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M4 with French FL-10 Turret
Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank (MBT) British Army Bordeaux, Fighter Jets, Armed Forces, British Armed Forces, Battalion
Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank (MBT) British Army
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IRGC EE-9 cascavel during the war with Iraq.
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The Soviet Tank Thread: Transversely Mounted 1000hp Engines
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Challenger 2 TES The TES(H) or Threat Entry Standard is a system similar to M1 Abrams TUSK system and is designed to better protect tanks in urban environments. It was developed from the original ERA system first used on Challenger 1s in the 1991 gulf war and latter added to challenger 2s for the invasion of Iraq in 2003. The TES(H) system was developed to better protect against tandem warheads and IED threats.
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Jagdtiger Sd.kg.186 compare to a scooter
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For the 100mm AAPMP-100, there are 2 known variation in the conversion while the 122mm AAP-T-122 have at least 5 different variation when they were converted. The variation is clearly seen in the 122mm Howitzer conversion; some of the tank had its turret cut and open-topped but retain a portion of the turret wall as extra protective cover, while some received an extensive overhaul to its turret by designing a new shield cover that protect the gun crew 360 degree. The remaining conversion were cr
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The Egyptian Army isn't the only one that can show how far they can push the limit of the T-34 tank. Shown here are the two well-known variant of the Cuban upgrade for the T-34. The first version is fitted with D-20 122mm Field artillery while the second version mount the 100mm KS-19 Air defense gun. Both are designated as 122mm AAP-T-122 and 100mm AAPMP-100 respectively.
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Tiger 1,abandoned somewhere in Russia
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Unique among NATO main battle tank armament, the L30A1 is rifled, because the British Army continues to place a premium on the use of High-explosive squash head (HESH) rounds in addition to armour-piercing fin-stabilised discarding-sabot rounds.
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The Challenger 2 is famous for its mechanical reliability. Suspension has been improved, particularly a hydraulic track pre-tensioner was added. Despite an increase in weight the Challenger 2 has similar cross-country performance to the previous vehicle.
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Seven version of Type-74 tank were made, with Type 74 Mod. G / Kai as the last version, while 3 variant of armored fighting vehicle were derived from its chassis; Type 87 Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun, Type 78 Armoured recovery vehicle, and the Type 91 Armoured vehicle-launched bridge.
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The Falcon turret is also compatible with the Centurion, Patton and Khalid MBT's as well. Here -The Falcon 2 Turret retrofitted to a al-Hussein (Challenger 1) Tank hull
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The Main Armament is a Ruag 120mm CTG L/50 Smoothbore. 17 Rounds are carried in the Autoloader bustle, with additional rounds stored inside the hull, with a fire rate of 8 Rounds per minute. The tank is crewed by 3 people, 2 either side of the turret and the driver in the tank, with the gun being compatible with all NATO rounds.
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The Al Hussein is the Jordanians MBT, an ex-British FV4030/34 Challenger 1. The Al Hussein is currently being upgraded to use the Falcon Turret, controlled by a remote weapons stations in similar configuration to the US M1128 Stryker.
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80U
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T-80U
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T-55AMV
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RATTE
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The T-55M8A2 is motorized with a 5TDFMA engine, two-stroke liquid-cooled multi-fuel diesel with boxing pistons, and with supercharging. This MBT can run at a maximum road speed of 75 km/h. To increase the protection of the old T-55, the new T-55M8A2 uses new additional passive protection and explosive reactive armour. Standard equipment of the T-55M8A2 includes optronic, new automatic fire control system, countermeasures system and new fire suppression system.
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The new T-55M8A2 Typhoon is is armed with 125mm calibre main. The tank is also fitted with an automatic loader for the main armament which is added at the rear of the standard turret. Second armament includes a remotely weapon station armed with 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine gun that can be can be aimed and fired from within the turret under complete armour protection.
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T-55M8A2 Typhoon The upgraded T-55 is designated T-55M8A2 Typhoon. This upgrade package makes it possible to enhance the main characteristics of the T-55 almost up to the level of up-to-date tanks.
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Sherman M4A3.
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Type 69 is a veteran of several regional wars in the Middle East and Africa.  In Bangladesh’s case, a Chinese 105mm main gun is installed in the turret, which is hardened by add-on armor plating. An imported 1,000 hp Ukrainian diesel engine boosts its speed by a small margin.
Type 69 is a veteran of several regional wars in the Middle East and Africa. In Bangladesh’s case, a Chinese 105mm main gun is installed in the turret, which is hardened by add-on armor plating. An imported 1,000 hp Ukrainian diesel engine boosts its speed by a small margin.
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Like all successful armored vehicles its chassis supported different roles including self-propelled artillery and engineer variants. Armed with a 105mm main gun and two machine guns the 38 ton Vijayanta with its 535 hp diesel engine suited the Indian Army’s needs before the arrival of nuclear weapons in the subcontinent. Its most endearing feature was its ruggedness, a winning trait during the 1971 war with Pakistan that resulted in the creation of Bangladesh.
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Vijayanta There was a time when India created the most successful Asian tank of its era. Although Japan had developed its own post-war tank by the 1950s, the “Victorious” lived up to its name once it entered production in 1965. Current figures put the Vijayanta’s production numbers at 2,200 units. A license-built copy of the short-lived British Vickers Mark 1 the Vijayanta served the Indian Army well into the 1990s.
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Ariete has been fitted with a new engine, and additional armour can be fitted to the turret cheeks, with two layers for the hull too (replacing the forward end of the side skirts). This is pretty much the standard option for the sort of semi-urban combat that Ariete have seen in Iraq and Afghanistan, along with an extra machine-gun for improved self-defence.
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Mechanically the Ariete shares a lot of components with the Centauro tank destroyer and Dardo IFV, and it comes in a bit lighter than its counterparts. This became a problem, though, as the lighter weight came from lighter armour and, even then, the engine was a bit underpowered for the tank’s size. So the Ariete has been fitted with a new engine
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T-90MS
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