• Jim Webster created the group PTS
    The PTS (Lit; Plavayushchij Transportyer - Sryednyje) series are large tracked amphibious transports with a substantial payload of 10 tons, two to four times the capacity of its predecessor the K-61 and a much better cross-country...
  • Administrator created the group Nomad
    The GAF-built Nomad is a twin-engine turboprop, high-wing, STOL utility transport floatplane avaialble in a number of variants. Variants: N.2 Nomad ~ Prototype, two built. N.22 ~ Initial production version for the Australian Army. N.22B ~ 13...
  • Silvio Iacuone joined the site
  • Administrator created the group T110
    The T110 series history began in June 1954, when Detroit Arsenal had a conference concerning the further development of heavy tanks. The conference presented several options for development, including projects named TS-2, TS-5, TS-6 and TS-31. The...
  • Petar Pavlica joined the site
  • Frank Fröbel joined the group BTR-50
  • Administrator created the group K-55
    The K-55 trailer was a house-type trailer used by the US Army during and after World War II to house one of the following: SCR-572 AN/TTQ-1 operations center SCM-1-T3 Mobile Weather Station Shoe Repair Workshop The K-55 trailer was built by...
  • Administrator created the group Aqua- Cheetah
    The Aqua-Cheetah was one of the early attempts to build a wheeled amphibious scout car for military uses. It was first constructed in 1941 by Roger W. Hofheins and the American Amphibian Car Company and arrived for testing at Fort Belvoir in May...
  • Jim Webster posted to the wire
    If you want any specific vehicle group adding let me know.

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