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T-62s (modernised versions) are in Ukraine now (Kherson region, probably will be used on Nikolaev-Krivoy Rog directions). Vehicle was out of production in mid 70s, but modernisation continued to mid 80s.
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1 hour ago, Cheburashka said:

Also is that some extra applique armor on the sides, to act as spaced armor?

Probably.

 

 

   LPR received T-62Ms (and one Object 169, modernised T-62, 2nd photo), near Severodonetsk

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6 hours ago, LoooSeR said:

Probably.

 

 

   LPR received T-62Ms (and one Object 169, modernised T-62, 2nd photo), near Severodonetsk

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This Object 169 is really interesting. 

It has T-72A Tucha smoke dischargers, T-72A styled side skirts, a thermal sleeve for the 115mm laser rangefinder and some of them used the 1K13 sight. 

 

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   A self-made masted surveillance camera installed by Russian soldiers on the BMP-3.

   Due to the insufficiency of full-time reconnaissance forces and means in one of the tank battalions of the Russian army, an emergency reconnaissance unit was formed on the basis of the BMP-3. AFV was equipped with a high folding mast with a camera, which allows to observe the situation through the folds of the terrain without unmasking of the vehicle. The troop compartment of the infantry fighting vehicle was converted into a command post, where a widescreen monitor for video output and a laptop are located. A "freelance" operator of a commercial reconnaissance UAV is also attached to this BMP-3.

 

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On 7/11/2022 at 4:34 PM, AndreyKryuchenko said:

Captured Ukrainian vehicles are being prepared for a public exhibition in Patriot Park, Moscow region.

 

 

 

 

 

I see BTR were striped of their cage armor . probably so folks don't ask to much why Ukrainians have cage armor on theirs but Russians don't.

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9 hours ago, mr.T said:

 

 

I see BTR were striped of their cage armor . probably so folks don't ask to much why Ukrainians have cage armor on theirs but Russians don't.

Those are BTR-3s, they don't have/use cage armor usually (to be honest i never saw a pic of a BTR-3 with cage armor, so i don't think they use it at all) BTR-4s on the other hand do use it extensively, you can see it in the background and it has screens on the turret attached

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