Transport, aviation and fighting vehicles by Andrew Pantele

Artillery of Russia: 2 A 61 PAT-B. The Russian field howitzer (152 mm). Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Artillery of Russia: 2 A 61 PAT-B. The Russian field howitzer (152 mm). Developed in Yekaterinburg at the artillery plant number 9. The reason for creating the howitzer was the transfer of NATO field artillery to a uniform caliber of 155 mm, as a result of which Russian motorized rifle troopes (which had 122 mm …

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Transport, aviation and fighting vehicles by Andrew Pantele

Armored fighting vehicles of the USSR: BTR 152. Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Armored fighting vehicles of the USSR: BTR 152. Serial production started after the Second World War. This model became the main armored vehicle of motor-rifle troops of the Soviet Army.

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Years of production: 1947-1962

Country of origin: USSR

Issued: 12421 items

Weight: 8.7 t

Power: 110 hp

Speed: 65 km / h

Crew: 2 persons

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