MrMartin

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  1. Yeah, there is even GPV written on the front.
  2. They can't even name Ukraine tanks right. LoL
  3. Syrian Army 4th Armoured Division T-72 #Damascus #Qaboun
  4. Abandoned / destroyed tanks(2 T-55, 2 T-55AMV) + 1 BMP-1 in liberated city Zabadani in Damascus countryside.
  5. It is T-90K. Only two such tanks were produced. They were a part of the first batch of tanks, supplied to the Russian Army in 2004-2005. Visually, the T-90K can be recognized by two antennas, as it has additional means of communication (the R-163-50K radioset) and navigation equipment (the TNA-4-3). It also differs from early models of the T-90 (T-90 mod.1992) with its new tracks from T-90A and more powerful V-92S2 engine. The commander’s T-90K tank was for the first time presented at the Moscow exhibition of arms of land forces in 2008. And since then it disappeared from view. Apparently, it found the perfect use in Syria.