• Jim Webster created the group T-54
    Variants: BTS-1 ~ Turretless version of the T-54A. BTS-1M ~ improved or remanufactured BTS-1. BTS-2 ~ Improved design. BTS-2 DDR ~ Early production BTS-2 in service with the DDR. BTS-2 [Early Production] ~ FIrst production version with small...
  • Jim Webster created the group T-72
    Variants: Ajeya ~ Indian army T-72M1. Ajeya Mk 2 ~ Upgraded Indian Army T-72M1. Asad Babyl ~ T-72 variant built under licence by Iraq. BLP-72 ~ Polish designed triple-section folding bridgelayer tested by DDR. BMO-T ~ Specialist transport...
  • Jim Webster created the group Ra'ad
    Variants: Boragh - Base vehicle chassis of the series. Ra'ad-1 ~ Fitted with turret from Gvozdika series. Ra'ad-2 ~ Fitted with turret derived from the M109 series. Thunder 1 ~ See Ra'ad 1. Thunder 2 ~ See Ra'ad 2. Unidentified Variants
  • Jim Webster created the group Boragh
    Variants: Boragh [Ambulance] ~ Ambulance version. Boragh [ASV] ~ Ammunition Supply Vehicle. Boragh [IFV] ~ Infantry fighting vehicle armed with open mount HMG. Boragh [IFV Variant 1] ~ Improved IFV version with shielded HMG mount. Boragh...
  • Jim Webster created the group Bobcat
    Variants: Bobcat [Mobile test Rig] ~ Automotive test rig used to test the concept. XA20 [Cargo] ~ Unarmoured cargo carrying version. XA20 [Concept] ~ Original design concept. XA20 [Mortar] ~ Paper concept for 81mm mortar portee version. XA20...
  • Jim Webster created the group Black Knight
    The Black Knight prototype unmanned ground combat vehicle being developed by BAE resembles a tank and makes extensive use of components from the Bradley Combat Systems program to reduce costs and simplify maintenance. It is also designed to be...
  • Jim Webster created the group Bionix
      Variants: Bionix [40mm] ~ Fitted with swedish 40mm turret. Bionix [AVLB] ~ Bridgelayer version. Bionix [Prototype] ~ Prototype for the MICv version. Bionix [Recovery] ~ Recovery version. Bionix 25 ~ MICV variant armed with 25mm...
  • Jim Webster created the group Bardales
    Variants: Chat'apf ~ Generic name for the israeli repair & recovery variants. G-5 ~ Virtually unmodified M113A1 in Israeli service. G-5 [Command] ~ G-5 based command vehicle. G-5 [Fitter] ~ Repair variant of the G-5. G-5 [Variant 1] ~ G-5...
  • Jim Webster created the group BTR-R
    Variants: BMM-3D ~ See Travmatizm. Rakushka ~ Cargo/Personnel version. Travmatizm ~ Ambulance version. Unidentified Variants: General Recognition Points: Five small roadwheels with five top rollers. Hydropneumatic suspension with...
  • Jim Webster created the group BTR-D
    Variants: 1V116 ~ Artillery battery COP. 1V117 ~ Artillery battery CP. 1V118 ~ Artillery battalion COP. 1V119 ~ Artillery battalion FDC. 2S9 ~ Self-propelled 120mm gun/mortar. 2S9M ~ Self-propelled 120mm gun/mortar. BMD-K ~ 2 Clothes Rail...

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