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  1. https://cloud.mail.ru/public/Fcvh/d4Q66xNLH/ATR-EDS/ Also, JIDR 1996-02 apparently has 3-page article on the subject, but RSL does not have it. Upd: Andrei_bt has this article, translated into Russian http://btvt.info/5library/electr_usa.htm Earlier issues of JIDR and of other magazines from 1994-1996 should have something too.
  2. Finally, in this video this Chinese HIFV model was filmed from close distance, and in 1080p
  3. From IDEX-2021 - what looks like updated model of that HIFV first demonstrated on IDEX-2019 (VN-50?) - now with somewhat different turret No luck for me in finding better pictures, even using Chinese and Arabic. And unfortunately with nothing but rather slow phone at my reach, I can't use Topaz Gigapixel or other means to increase resolution and quality.
  4. that M1 Abrams for GB ad was published in Defence magazine 1990-12 https://cloud.mail.ru/public/9dEX/djuwzbp4V/Defence/1990-12/
  5. https://cloud.mail.ru/public/9dEX/djuwzbp4V/_tmp/Soldat und Technik/ Issues of Soldat und Technik from 1988-98 were photographed from cover to cover, and uploaded (duplicates were deleted in all folders), and sometimes files were renamed properly, sometimes not (yet) https://cloud.mail.ru/public/9dEX/djuwzbp4V/Royal Tank Corps Journal/ two issues of Royal Corps Tank Journal from 1937 https://cloud.mail.ru/public/9dEX/djuwzbp4V/The Tank/vol.29/1946-10 (330)/ one issues of The Tank magazine from 1946 also, couple of Russian books were uploaded into books folder - 5 volumes on GABTU 1929(1918 or 19 actually)-1953, book on T-64's designer A. Morozov, textbook on tank design, and German book on 1943-1957 AFVs from across the world translated to Russian and published in USSR in 1961, two textbooks on how to design wheeled APC (from 1958 and 1964), and two books on tanks - from 1925 (translated from German) and 1933
  6. Timoney was also involved unfortunately, it was covered in early 00s Jane's International Defense Review, like 2000-2002, and Russian State Library does not have those. more pics https://cloud.mail.ru/public/2uHW/4ANwUXJGo/FCS/FCS 8x8 Pegasus/
  7. >>Slightly more oblique pic. 2048x1536, no idea how to get higher res
  8. from physical version of Mittler Report issue on KF41 Lynx (low-res scans are posted on htka.hu forum) So, I've made couple of comparisons, to the best of my ability
  9. more photos or same but in highrez of Lynx from Brave Warrior 2020 https://www.origo.hu/itthon/galeria/20200924-brave-warrior-hadgyakorlat-2020.html and about a dozen photos - there https://facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2634106493468122&id=1441732669372183 such as also this https://facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3557867297598775 and from the same FB account - 15 more photos, such as: https://facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3558157180903120&id=100001266201214 Another video also more photos there https://combatant.blog.hu/2020/09/25/lynx_466 along with this claim of unknown accuracy:
  10. ...Lynx appears next to Bradley, and they couldn't film from some better angles or closer so, here's KF41 close to one of them M113 versions instead ... another photo https://kuruc.info/r/2/218395/
  11. Are there any photos or drawings/diagrams of turret's interior? Or at least numbers - I'm interested in where exactly in the vehicle was ammunition storage, and its capacity immediately available for gun or available without manual reloading, especially since Marder-2's ammo storage was quoted as 110+177 35mm rounds, which for example substantially exceeds CV-9035's 35+35rds (IIRC), in fact it exceeds pretty much every other IFV with similarly large caliber autocannon I can think off the top of my head, except may be K21 (if automatic feeding mechanism to replenish initial 24 rounds not excluded)
  12. couple of dozens of photos from NATO Days 2020 https://glos.live/Wiadomosci/detail/20ka_inaczej/0 including this one There too https://www.aeroweb.cz/clanky/7281-fotoreport-dny-nato-v-ostrave-2020 including this from this article https://www.securitymagazin.cz/defence/kdo-se-prisel-predvest-babisovi-vyrobci-bvp-a-stihacek-ukazali-sve-stroje-na-letosnich-dnech-nato-1404065805.html two more:
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