• TACTICS ARMY WAR 1200 1400gg

  • leading role on the battlefield so impressively returned to the infantry (as a basic element of a balanced and coordinated actions pedestrians equestrian troops - a trend evident in the past century) at the Battle of Crecy just because a new and more powerful weapons, long onions, effectively supporting the disciplined, highly secure armor spearmen.


  • many years in the Argentine army used tanks, Sherman during the Second World War, formed the basis of its armored units. But by the early 70s they have become obsolete, and there was an acute shortage of spare parts.

  • Tank A-7V

  • Tank A-7V was a huge machine, hastily designed due to the appearance in 1916 of British tanks. Machine clearance (gap between the bottom and the surface of the earth) was only 40 mm, and the length of track was too small for a machine of this size.

  • Israeli Tanks

  • Israeli industry has a long history of various modifications tanks acquired in the Big Five, and supplies armored vehicles for their own needs. This was due to the fact that a small country, which has no significant financial and industrial resources, difficult to start production of tanks from scratch.


  • the mid 60s to replace the medium and heavy tanks, created on the basis of the experience of war, came the main tanks of the second post-war generation. Typical and most massive members of this generation are a family of tanks T-72. The development of these tanks began in 1967 in a tank KB Ural Railcar by Leonid Nikolaevich Kartseva after gaps were identified and summarized the experience of operation of the first national primary tankaT-64. KB was a collective creative fusion of experienced designers, started to work more with the legendary Mikhail Ivanovich Koshkin, and younger pupils Alexander Alexandrovich Morozov and L. N.Kartseva.

  • Tank M-3

  • Tank M-3 was the result of the analysis of American watering armored battles in France in 1940. It had more powerful weapons than aligning the tank M-2, which consists while in service.

  • Tank Mk V

  • Tnk Mk-V was the last of a diamond shaped tanks, participated in the First World War. It was designed to participate in the massive armor strikes, scheduled for 1919.

  • TANK MS-1 (T-18)

  • In the second half of the twenties, the Red Army began to actively break down the British and French tanks captured by the Red Army during the Civil War. Therefore, General Directorate of the military industry has decided to accelerate the work on the design and construction of a new tank, in which was based on acquired in 1925 by the Polish Communists in the gift of the Red Army tank Fiat 3000.

  • TANK T-60

  • tank was established in 1941 as a result of deep modernization of the T-40, KB conducted under the direction of NA Astrov in conditions of the Great Patriotic War. Compared with the T-40 he had heavier armor protection and more powerful weapons - 20-mm cannon instead of a heavy machine gun.

  • Tatga T813

  • Razrabotannoe in the 60 family of trucks Tatra T813 Includes trucks and artillery tractors. Basic cargo version has an unusual four-door cab, equipped System protection against weapons of mass destruction.

  • Terrapin Mk 1

  • Amphibian Terrapins became the British equivalent of the U.S. DUKW. However, he produced in much smaller numbers. This car participated in the military actions at the end of the war - in primarily in the storming of Antwerp in 1944, when the tanks broke into the city on the water.

  • Tiger-11

  • Made by Henschel Tiger design a new tank-11 (Royal Tiger) was completed by October 1943 First issued models were equipped with the tower, designed by Porsche, but after the first 50 samples of steel tanks made entirely Henschel.

  • Type 2 Ka-Mi

  • Designing tank type 2 began in 1930 with an attempt to Turn light tank Type 95 Ke-Go into a floating installation Swimming-bags.

  • Type 4

  • Japanese did not produce so many heavy armored Machines - in part because they did not find them too necessary, based on the experience of their actions in China and Manchuria, and partly due to the weakness of its industry.

  • Type 59

  • Type 59 was the Chinese version of the model T-54, which in large quantities shipped to China from the Soviet Union in the early 50s. Early models were very similar to the base, no gun stabilization and night vision devices.

  • Type 63

  • Aiming to create their own self-propelled anti-aircraft guns. Chinese designers took the body from the T-34 tank (huge Number which was delivered from the USSR to the deterioration Relations between the two countries) and found it open Tower with dual anti-aircraft gun.

  • Type 69

  • Type 69 replaced the Type 59. It was first shown in 1982, during a parade in Beijing. This tank is very similar to the previous one, but is equipped with a new 105/106-mm gun.

  • Type 70

  • Launcher Type 63 was developed in China in the end 50s. It consisted of three rows of four guides. In Time Machine filmed firing wheel and installation omits two supporting pillars in front and one behind To dampen recoil.

  • Type 73

  • Japan Self-Defense Force since its inception in 1950 Years entirely relied on American weapons. However, In the early 70s, Japan began to develop its own artillery tractor to replace the American M-4 and M-8. First instance, released by Hitachi, appeared in 1974.

  • Type 74

  • Main Battle Tank Type 74 was more successful than Previous machine type 61 and in small quantities Produced since late 1975. The release of these tanks never exceed 50 vehicles per year, due to their very high price.

  • Type 80

  • Chinese main battle tank Type 80 was a development of the T-69 series. It differs a housing arrangement, more powerful weapons and a modern computerized fire control system, consisting of a laser range finder mounted on the tower by hand or over the most 105-ml! Cannon, depending on the version.

  • Type 85

  • Partly party main battle tank Type 85 was released in late 80s. Tank is based on the chassis of the Type 80, but has a novelty for Chinese tanks - welded steel tower instead of the usual cast, more armor and better arranged.

  • Type 88

  • Also known as K-1, Type 88 tank was developed by General Dynamics in the early '80s by South Korea's request for main battle tank, which could be built on the country's own factories.

  • Type 90

  • Main Battle Tank Type 90 was slated for development in the mid 70s for the needs of Japanese ground forces Self. In a small scale it is produced since 1992.

  • Type 95

  • Tank 95 sample, called KE-GO 7, was developed in the early 30s and met the requirements of the Japanese army at the time.

  • Type 95 Black medal

  • Rzvedyvatelny 95 car models, also known as Black medal, was developed based on the experience of war in Manchuria when he discovered the need for such a machine.

  • Type 6640A

  • Since firm Fiat is the largest producer Car in Italy, no wonder that she Interior Ministry ordered an amphibious car for Police and fire purposes.

  • T - l0 Heavy Tank

  • Tank T-10 was developed in the Soviet Union after the end of World War II due to this need for a heavy tank. Until the end of the 1950s, was built in 2500 these tanks. They were used only in the Soviet Union and were designed to provide a large-scale fire support T-54/55 tanks and actions to break the fortified areas.

  • TMM bridgelayer

  • pavement design TMM consists of four sections, installed at the back of the truck KrAZ-214 or KrAZ-255B wheel circuit 6x6. Each of the sections lying Vertically minutes cables held until it reaches the final Regulations, which lays on special supports.

  • Ammunition conveyor Karl

  • ammunition conveyor Karl -> munitions carrier Carl was designed to supply a giant siege howitzers Charlemagne heavy shells (1.96 tons each) that required a special machine.

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