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20 hours ago, LoooSeR said:

   Joint exercises with India ("Indra"), Indian crews and soldiers in Russia, driving T-90A and BMP-3.

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I would expect India to send well equipped soldiers for an excercise abroad but these are equipped like in 1980'. 

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4 hours ago, Beer said:

  

I would expect India to send well equipped soldiers for an excercise abroad but these are equipped like in 1980'. 


 

More like US troops in Vietnam. Could probably put a grainy filter over it and most people couldn’t tell the difference. 

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LOL I'M SORRY BUT WHAT?!?!?!

 

Did they seriously fire a shot into the distance to make the target seem far away, then cut to a close up shot of it shooting a target 20m away to show off the "accuracy"? Either that or they wanted to display that 3BM59 can penetrate plywood from close combat ranges.

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The number of horizontal posts match as well as the left white target being taller than the right, the black mark on the lower left corner of the left white target, the trees being in the background. Guess that slipped past the editor.

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5 hours ago, Atokara said:

LOL I'M SORRY BUT WHAT?!?!?!

 

Did they seriously fire a shot into the distance to make the target seem far away, then cut to a close up shot of it shooting a target 20m away to show off the "accuracy"? Either that or they wanted to display that 3BM59 can penetrate plywood from close combat ranges.

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The number of horizontal posts match as well as the left white target being taller than the right, the black mark on the lower left corner of the left white target, the trees being in the background. Guess that slipped past the editor.

   Normal set up. You could clearly see that on early Armata videos. 

  And  AAAHHHHH sikrit propaganda!

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I knew the basics about Object 140, but the details are fascinating:

 

http://www.tankarchives.ca/2021/08/object-140-promising-loser.html?m=1

 

It's a mechanical design tour de force, the sort of thing that usually gets made by the obsessives when all the low-hanging fruits have been plucked and engineers are trying to squeeze the last few percent gains in performance out. Which is wild considering how quickly things were moving at the time - if it had been put into production it would have become instantly obsolete.

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5 hours ago, Toxn said:

I knew the basics about Object 140, but the details are fascinating:

 

http://www.tankarchives.ca/2021/08/object-140-promising-loser.html?m=1

 

It's a mechanical design tour de force, the sort of thing that usually gets made by the obsessives when all the low-hanging fruits have been plucked and engineers are trying to squeeze the last few percent gains in performance out. Which is wild considering how quickly things were moving at the time - if it had been put into production it would have become instantly obsolete.


That engine sounds like hell. 

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Something new . 

 

Premiere of "Army-2021": a novelty in the field of wheeled armored vehicles will be shown at the forum
At "Army-2021" a new multipurpose armored amphibious vehicle will be shown for the first time

A promising combat reconnaissance amphibious vehicle (BRM) will be presented for the first time at the Army-2021 forum, sources in the military-industrial complex told Gazeta.Ru. In the future, it can become a platform for a whole family of military equipment. Military observer "Gazeta.Ru" Mikhail Khodarenok learned the tactical and technical characteristics of a promising machine.
The newest Russian combat reconnaissance amphibious vehicle, which has not even received its own name, is intended for conducting close and deep tactical reconnaissance, carrying combat, marching and patrolling of troops, as well as for combating enemy reconnaissance and reconnaissance and sabotage groups.

In the design of the BRM chassis (wheel arrangement 4x4), units and assemblies of the Atlet family cars are used. The layout is made with the location of the power compartment in the middle of the armored body of the vehicle.

On the sides and in the stern, one single-wing door is made for embarking and disembarking a combat crew. BRM is equipped with optical-electronic reconnaissance complexes with thermal imagers, radar reconnaissance means and small drones, radio direction-finding and acoustic reconnaissance means. Together, all this equipment is connected by an onboard information and control system (CIUS).

The armament on the BRM is the Arbalet-DM remote-controlled combat module (armament - 12.7-mm 6P49 Kord machine gun or 7.62-mm PKTM machine gun).

A number of experts suggest that the newest BRM may eventually replace the armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle BRDM-2, which was mass-produced from 1963 to 1982 by the Gorky Automobile Plant and from 1982 to 1989 by the Arzamas Machine-Building Plant.

BRM is an initiative development of the manufacturer and so far, even, strictly speaking, is not a military product. The car does not yet have an advertising passport and an export passport. Therefore, BRM with difficulties broke through to the "Army-2021"

 

 

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On 8/20/2021 at 4:17 PM, mr.T said:

Something new . 

 

Premiere of "Army-2021": a novelty in the field of wheeled armored vehicles will be shown at the forum
At "Army-2021" a new multipurpose armored amphibious vehicle will be shown for the first time

A promising combat reconnaissance amphibious vehicle (BRM) will be presented for the first time at the Army-2021 forum, sources in the military-industrial complex told Gazeta.Ru. In the future, it can become a platform for a whole family of military equipment. Military observer "Gazeta.Ru" Mikhail Khodarenok learned the tactical and technical characteristics of a promising machine.
The newest Russian combat reconnaissance amphibious vehicle, which has not even received its own name, is intended for conducting close and deep tactical reconnaissance, carrying combat, marching and patrolling of troops, as well as for combating enemy reconnaissance and reconnaissance and sabotage groups.

In the design of the BRM chassis (wheel arrangement 4x4), units and assemblies of the Atlet family cars are used. The layout is made with the location of the power compartment in the middle of the armored body of the vehicle.

On the sides and in the stern, one single-wing door is made for embarking and disembarking a combat crew. BRM is equipped with optical-electronic reconnaissance complexes with thermal imagers, radar reconnaissance means and small drones, radio direction-finding and acoustic reconnaissance means. Together, all this equipment is connected by an onboard information and control system (CIUS).

The armament on the BRM is the Arbalet-DM remote-controlled combat module (armament - 12.7-mm 6P49 Kord machine gun or 7.62-mm PKTM machine gun).

A number of experts suggest that the newest BRM may eventually replace the armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle BRDM-2, which was mass-produced from 1963 to 1982 by the Gorky Automobile Plant and from 1982 to 1989 by the Arzamas Machine-Building Plant.

BRM is an initiative development of the manufacturer and so far, even, strictly speaking, is not a military product. The car does not yet have an advertising passport and an export passport. Therefore, BRM with difficulties broke through to the "Army-2021"

 

 

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Wheeled version of Sosna SAM based on BTR-82A APC.

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On 8/24/2021 at 1:20 AM, LoooSeR said:

   Few more photographs of MBPM or ""BRDM-4""

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Crazy world! They specify their protection according to a NATO standard. Don't they have own standards? 

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