• Administrator created the group T-44
    Variants: BTS-4-44M ~ See BTS-4A. BTS-4A ~ Conversion of T-44 into an armoured recovery vehicle. T-44 [Bunker] ~ T-44 converted to fixed defensive position. T-44-2 ~ See T-44-85. T-44-85 [Prototype 1] ~ Initial 85mm armed prototype. T-44-85...
  • Administrator created the group T-62
    Variants: BTS-4U ~ See BTS-4V. BTS-4V ~ Full armoured recovery vehicle conversion of an IT-1T. BTS-4V1 ~ Conversion of approx 35 pre-production T-62 gun tanks. BTS-4V2 ~ Conversion of a small number [probably 20] of 'fire damaged'...
  • Jim Webster created the group BTS
    Variants: BTS-1 ~ Turretless version of the T-54A. BTS-1M ~ improved or remanufactured BTS-1. BTS-2 DDR ~ Early production BTS-2 in service with the DDR. BTS-2 [Early Production] ~ FIrst production version with small schnorkel on left. BTS-2...
  • Jim Webster created the group T-55
    Variants: Abu Fatima ~ Sudanese modification of the T-55. Achzarit ~ armoured personnel carrier. ALT-55 ~ Bulldozer version of the T-55. Al Zubair ~ See Zubeir-1, Zubeir 2. Bashir-1 ~ Sudanese modification of the T-55 armed with 120mm...
  • Weichao Chen joined the group T-54
  • Weichao Chen joined the group M60
  • Gabe Demetrios joined the group T-72
  • Jim Webster created the group M60
    Variants: 120S ~ M60/Abrams hybrid vehicle. AB1~ Jordanian armoured recovery vehicle. AB1P2 ~ Jordanian Army armoured recovery vehicle. AB9B1 ~ Jordanian upgrade with 120mm smoothbore gun. AB9 Phoenix ~ Jordanian upgrade with supplementary...
  • Gabe Demetrios joined the site
  • Jim Webster created the group C-3
    The C-3 series of circular, plastic bodied anti-tank mines are designed to damage or destroy a vehicle by blast effect. The mine body has a large diameter fuze cavity centered on top. The mine has no provision for anti-disturbance devices although...

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