• Laser System VOC

  • In the United States invented the silent, not visible and at the same time over a powerful weapon. It is capable of destroying any air targets at any distance, where the U.S. military is powerless artillery will now use lasers.

  • Leclerc

  • Leclerc tank was designed to replace the French Army AMX-30. Development began in 1983, and first issued Leclerc appeared in 1991.

  • Light amphibious tank PT-76

  • In the 30s basis armored forces almost all armies of the world were light tanks. However, in the middle of the Second World War they gradually began to lay off, and the troops to replace the average.

  • Light Tank AMX-13

  • Until now armed land forces of France are still light tanks AMX-13 (about 230 units), manufactured by Creusot-Loire since 1953. Total production of more than 3,000 tanks, most of which was set a number of countries in Latin America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

  • Light Tank M551 SHERIDAN

  • Originally machine called armored reconnaissance / airborne assault. In the period between 1966 and 1970 in the U.S. Army units were delivered in 1700.

  • Leopard 1

  • Initially the project Leopard 1 tanks intended for Joint Franco-German development, but in the end This machine Germans completed regardless of the French. vypushennyh firm Krauss-Maffei, the first machines appeared in 1965.

  • Leopard 2

  • Tank Leopard 2 was the result of joint development of the United States and West Germany in the late 60s, MW-70 project. West Germany completed the project alone, and the first production machine was started only in 1977.

  • LVT 2

  • T> ansporter amphibious LVT 2 - an improved version LVT 1, Civil machine designed for Movement in the Florida swamps. The new machine is equipped with a engine and transmission light tank M-3. Original The engine was located behind that limits the size of the cargo compartment, but in the subsequent modification of the engine moved Next.

  • LVT (A)

  • LVT (A) is a conventional machine LVT, at which established tower light tank M-3 with a 37-mm gun. Intent Designers was to provide support to the firing troops initially amphibious operations and allow them Faster foothold.

  • LVTR 7

  • V1971, the company prototype LVTR 7, created specifically for the Corps U.S. Marine Corps. The car has an aluminum body, can move water using two water jets, or by using caterpillars.

  • M1 Abrams

  • Abramc M-1 was the next stage of development of the U.S. Tanks after the M-60. Chrysler company gathered prototype In 1978, the first production car appeared in 1980, For subsequent years were produced by 30 tanks per month.

  • M2 Bradley

  • M-2 Bradley became the first infantry fighting vehicle in the army USA. Her first pieces appeared in 1981 and soon Time production rates have reached a level of 600 cars per year.

  • M4 speed tractor

  • M-4 was developed in the course of 1941 for the American army in the Average artillery tractor, stationed at the nodes, and Component tank M-2A1.

  • M5 speed tractor

  • M-5 started to be developed in 1941 - as just two Machines, T-20 and T-21, which were used in the project Track and suspension of the same tank M-3. In October 1942 Model T-21 tractor was standardized as the M-5, Designed for towing 105-mm and 155-mm howitzers with calculations and equipment.

  • M7 Priest

  • Dubbed English crews Priest (Priest) for cupola-shaped chair, M-7 has emerged as Result American experiments with howitzers mounted on half-track. But for a full combat use fully tracked vehicles were required for this role was selected Tank M-3 (middle). The British got a lot of these machines Lend - Lisa and first put to use in the Second Battle of El Alamein autumn 1942.

  • M8 Light Armored

  • Armored Car M-8 was the result of the experience gained by the Americans 1 when observing the operations of 1940-1941 in Europe.

  • M8 speed tractor

  • M-8 was designed by the award after the Second World War Failures with a cargo transporter T-33 on the chassis of a light Tank M-24 Chaffee.

  • M10

  • Shortly before entry into World War II the U.S. Army concepts against Greyhound Broneformirovaniyami enemy by applying much Armed tank destroyers en masse.

  • M18

  • T) always most tank destroyer of the Second World War is a converted tanks, installation of M-18 Hellcat was designed originally for the role. Development began in 1942, and first appeared in the machine issued 1943.

  • M35

  • developed after World War II model of the M-35, Also known as Eagle Beaver - standard U.S. Truck wheel scheme 6x6, - became very popular in the West: Only one U.S. Army listed 65,000 of these machines.

  • M36

  • M-36 M represents a vehicle with a larger-wheel 35 Base. Internal cargo version of the base Standard - with the engine in front, two-door cab, canvas top and reclining on the hood of the wind Glass.

  • M36 Slagger

  • M36 Slagger 1943 -> self-propelled -> Serial production started installing in 1943 It was created as a result of the modernization of self-propelled chassis M10A1 M4A3 tank.

  • M37

  • propelled installation created at the end of the Second World War on the basis of the M24 light tank and was intended to replace the installation M7, unlike that she had a better base providing increasing its mobility, increased ammunition and weight loss.

  • M40

  • K development of self-propelled guns of high power M-40 Americans started R December 1943. He used Chassis tank M-4 and 155-mm cannon Long Tom. At the rear of Setup was baseplate, which could bury in Earth when shooting to the machine did not budge.

  • M40 Long Tom

  • M40 Long Tom 1945 -> self-propelled -> 155-mm self-propelled unit created at the end of World War II for use in artillery units of the Reserve Command. The installation is set based on the tank M4A3E8, layout scheme which was in connection with this change.

  • M42

  • Antiaircraft System M-42 Duster, based on the chassis of the M-41 Bulldog, is a member of the family armored vehicles, developed after World War II. Between 1951 and 1956 produced 3,700 copies This machine mainly by Cadillac.

  • M43 self-propelled 1945

  • Just as self-propelled gun M40, this setup is designed for medium tank chassis M4AZE8. The layout of the tank changed: in front of the building there is the separation of management, force him taken office, and aft mounted armored conning tower installed in her 203.2-mm howitzer M1 or M2. Horizontal angle pointing guns is 36 degrees, 55 degrees elevation angle, descent angle -5 degrees.

  • M48 AZ

  • When the Korean War, U.S. forces were not usable in the production of medium tank. M-47 appeared as a temporary measure, and immediately began work on the M-48. First tanks, called Patton, were collected in July 1952 The speed with which the design was carried out, led to a variety of serious problems with the machines of the early issues - they were undependable and had a small amount of internal workspace.

  • M53/59

  • V1950's in Czechoslovakia was developed and launched in Production propelled anti-aircraft gun M-53/59. Based on the chassis of a truck wheel circuits Prague V3S 6x6, It is an analogue of the Soviet ZSU-57-2. Setting Designed for use in good weather, the car did not Equipped no night vision, no security system from weapons of mass destruction.

  • M56

  • After World War II the U.S. Army needed highly mobile anti-tank gun, which can be was disposed of in the first wave of airborne units, and on Firepower she had to be compared with the tank.

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