In the troops of T-14 nicknamed "Abramskaput"

Russian tankers nicknamed the newest tank T-14, calling it "Abramskaput", reports Look with reference to the military observer of Komsomolskaya Pravda, Viktor Barants.

“We already call this“ Armata ”differently -“ Abramskaput ””,
one of the crew members told the journalist.

The newspaper notes that earlier T-14 got the nickname "Masha". This is due to the fact that the voice information system of the tank speaks in a female voice.

Recall, recently, American observers set Armata as an example to the Abrams tank, pointing out more reliable protection of the Russian machine.

Last week, the head of the Defense Ministry’s Main Armored Directorate, Alexander Shevchenko, noted that “as soon as the Armat was created and displayed, the modernization of the German Leopards and the American Abrams began immediately.”

The newspaper reminds that the tests of the Russian T-14 tank will end in 2017, the Defense Ministry has already ordered the first batch of more than 100 machines from Uralvagonzavod.
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  1. +17
    14 September 2016 11: 01
    Somehow a bit long, but for sure - all the enemies who attacked us are kaput.
    1. +19
      14 September 2016 11: 03
      But it is read and understood quickly :)
      And for all-prowlers. Did you notice the main thing? T-14 is so called in the troops. Not at the test site.
      1. +3
        14 September 2016 12: 23
        Quote: Muvka
        And for all-prowlers. Did you notice the main thing? T-14 is so called in the troops. Not at the test site.

        For haters - they noticed that according to the same newspaper, T-14 tests will end in 1917. Well, how many tanks are in the troops now, if the official tests are not yet completed?
        Not called, but allegedly named one crew member by message "Vglyada" with a link to the so-called. expert Baranza, a regular on a talk show ...
        Before the war, in Germany, samples of the Wehrmacht weapons and military equipment that were in service with the Wehrmacht were purchased to study and conduct comparative tests with domestic equipment ...
        Nevertheless, we all know how the initial period of the war developed despite the presence of about 1500 KV and T-34 in the troops of the border districts ...
        Instead of a serious conversation, Urya and Abramskaput ... fellow
        Kindergarten some kind .....
        1. +2
          14 September 2016 13: 03
          Quote: ranger
          For haters, they noticed that according to the same newspaper, the T-14 tests will end in 1917.

          We look at the beginning and end and see the full phrase - Military tests What does this mean hopefully understandable? They drive already in the troops and in full. Perhaps in Syria will draw.
          1. +1
            14 September 2016 13: 37
            Quote: Tusv
            We look at the beginning and the end and see the full phrase - Troop tests What does this mean hopefully understandable?

            It’s also clear because unlike you, I well know not only what military tests are, because I once had the opportunity not only to serve, but also to smell gunpowder, by the way in the Middle East ...
            So leave your mentor tone - you are not a military instructor, and we are not in the lesson of the NWP, continue to take what is desired for reality ....
            And for those who have not finished playing "World of Tanks" - Armata can be drawn anywhere - not only in Syria, but even in the Amazon jungle, it all depends on the flight of imagination ...
            1. +1
              14 September 2016 15: 09
              Quote: ranger
              It’s also understandable, because unlike you, I well know not only what military tests are,

              I am an amateur - an amateur in tanks, unlike you. But you must read the article from and to and not be offended when they correct you. No offense hi
              1. +3
                14 September 2016 16: 37
                I read the article from and to and never saw when the tests at the test sites of an experimental batch of 20 cars will be completed ...
                The results of these tests are unknown, as well as it is not known what shortcomings were identified and what refinement would be required before starting the machine in series ... There is simply no other way in life ...
                And some "experts", having no idea about this information, are already convinced that Armata will break everyone ...
                Tired of these judgments at the level of conversations at school break ...
                But it is necessary to correct in the case and not out of a desire to assert oneself .... What is a military test - you yourself have long understood what it is to ask me?
                So I'm not a muscular young lady to be offended, just be modest and assume that others may know at least as much as yours .... hi
                1. +1
                  14 September 2016 17: 39
                  Quote: ranger
                  I read the article from and to and never saw when the tests at the test sites of an experimental batch of 20 cars will be completed ...

                  Look at the beginning of the article, or rather the title - "In the army". The conclusion suggests itself to military trials. In addition, a month ago there was infa about the transfer of an experimental batch to the troops.
                  And about the change. For it, you can not only write off and delve into the decommissioned, but also solve the lab and all sorts of calculations, and even cut the deneck cabinet
                  Once again, no offense hi
        2. +1
          14 September 2016 21: 45
          Maybe in 2017?
      2. +1
        14 September 2016 12: 33
        Quote: Muvka
        . Did you notice the main thing? T-14 is so called in the troops. AND

        this is how it should be, we need a new "concept" - (otherwise I cannot relate to it) to drive and kill. identify sores, eliminate, and work further. to MBT-far.
    2. +4
      14 September 2016 12: 00
      + not only too long, but also somehow petty, more advertising for ambrams than kaput like a leopard, what is not kaput? IMHA "Mashenka" even somehow ours with love for technology.
      1. 0
        15 September 2016 06: 42
        I am joining. Katyusha- Masha is the original name.
  2. +5
    14 September 2016 11: 02
    The troops clearly used a different word than "kaput".
  3. 0
    14 September 2016 11: 05
    abramspinzet wassat
    1. +2
      14 September 2016 11: 53
      Quote: soroKING
      abramspinzet wassat

      abramsabzats! ... and on the topic, I agree with the men - everything looks stupid ... not worthy.
  4. +11
    14 September 2016 11: 10
    Maybe I don’t understand something, but the T-90, for example, cannot compete on equal terms with Abrams, or the T 14 was already deliberately called that without seeing even its combat use, I’m not against Armata, but somehow it sounds very loud for a tank that I have not fought a single battle, you do not need to behave so arrogantly, here "Mashenka" is in Russian and even though this gentle and sweet name hides strength and power, this is my personal opinion.
    1. 0
      15 September 2016 14: 29
      Yes, this is a journalistic-populist slogan, it does not apply to a real army ...
  5. 0
    14 September 2016 11: 15
    Has the thesis "tanks not fight" already been forgotten?
    1. VP
      14 September 2016 11: 33
      Yeah, from the 43rd year is still forgotten
  6. 0
    14 September 2016 11: 19
    What stick of pepper we NATO put in one place.
    1. AUL
      14 September 2016 12: 57
      And, actually, which one? There is no serial tank yet (undergoing military tests), what will come of it in the end - it is still unclear (I hope that everything will be the way through), and we, it turns out, have something put in somewhere somewhere? URA!
  7. +1
    14 September 2016 11: 27
    The name is definitely needed at the official level. Abramskaput, of course, is very patriotic, but it seems to me personally that the names of our weapons should primarily include Russian, although they would be the same names of epic heroes. Imagine if, from the filing of a couple of articles of some magazine magazines with flat convolutions, the world will think that the tank was made in the USA ... or Germany. belay
  8. +6
    14 September 2016 11: 27
    If a tanker "froze" such a thing (someone is kaput there), then I conclude that he should also study military science. These are not the words of a tanker, but of a taxi driver.
  9. +7
    14 September 2016 11: 40
    Tank, it’s certainly new. I’m wondering where all this data comes from, that he’s the most, that everything’s good and everyone is kaput. somehow the pre-war forties reminds ... Somewhere were published (at least in silence) the results of comparative tests? There is a lot of noise, on what is it based? Just don’t record me in an enemy camp, I myself am a regular military man and also love my homeland. Just what are all these statements based on?
    1. 0
      5 March 2017 09: 55
      Have you ever met information from open sources on the basis of which you can make comparisons?
  10. +1
    14 September 2016 11: 43
    The newspaper notes that earlier T-14 got the nickname "Masha". This is due to the fact that the voice information system of the tank speaks in a female voice.

    wow, polite ... At one time we had a speech informant RI-65, they called it simply Ritka or more often "Turn off the woman, I'm tired of it." Her messages are painfully pleasant - "Accidental fuel residue" "Chips in the main gearbox compartment" "Low oil pressure ..." There is nothing to love such an aunt ...
    1. +1
      14 September 2016 18: 49
      All the time I say that equipment for the military would swear at the voice of the sergeant who had entered the rage in response to the creation of emergency or emergency situations. laughing But the developers think I'm pinning it that way. what
  11. +2
    14 September 2016 11: 45
    I would call it - "St. John's wort". A reliable, tried and tested name. Mistakenly attributed to ISU-152, although this was the SU-100 that was called. In the film "In War as in War" she is the main character.
  12. +7
    14 September 2016 11: 50
    But I do not like Armata at all. I will explain my position: huge, it really is much larger than the T-90, higher, although I thought once an uninhabited tower, it will be below the T-90. Booking a tower doesn’t seem like anything: there is no DZ on it at all, since who DZ will hang under the cover, because the gun will be quickly disabled, all hope for KAZ remains. Something is wrong with the x-shaped engine, because the development of a conventional v-diesel is being carried out, which obviously will not be interchangeable due to completely different dimensions. Well, and most importantly - the same caliber guns as the Soviet tanks. Here he loses not only the T-95, but even the Soviet project Boxer \ Hammer. And do not tell me that it is easy to put a 152mm gun on it. It is impossible. This is a new tower, a new epaulet, a new machine, a new alignment of the tank, suspension enhancement and so on, so on, so on. Based on this, it is not clear why it was necessary to close the T-95 project?
    1. +3
      14 September 2016 11: 58
      But I do not like Armata at all.

      Who would doubt that. If you look at your comments, you don’t like anything Russian. Recall yesterday your comment on the Trident. You are an obvious Russophobe.
      1. 0
        14 September 2016 12: 15
        By the way, a reasonable question was raised. But there is an answer to it right away for object 477 (hammer / boxer) is Kharkov, but where is Kharkov now?
        The black eagle object 640 did not go into the series because there was no money in the country at that moment.
        And now UVZ is our everything, so "okr Improvement -88" and object 195 from UKBTM have become leaders.
    2. +2
      14 September 2016 12: 01
      The question of the amateur (because he didn’t create Armata): why on the DZ tower, if it is uninhabited (besides there is a new multi-layer armor)? We want to be equal in weight to Merkava?
      They want to supply diesel, I think, to reduce the cost of production: the military budget has been cut for the second year already.
    3. +1
      14 September 2016 12: 29
      Quote: Engineer
      But I do not like Armata at all.
      Alexander agrees that something unfinished in appearance even always said this, and always sneakers flew at me from the "patriots". the concept is pleasant, there are no words, but the embodiment ... in a hurry, apparently ordered to work and work ... 100 pieces, for the military, in my opinion it's too early ... somehow it's not so ...
    4. +2
      14 September 2016 17: 13
      It seems to me that Armata is such a tank fake. Well, at least they would have conducted a test battle between the T-90 and Armata.
    5. 0
      5 March 2017 09: 58
      and what's wrong with the gun? the muzzle energy is already different and it is known which way.
  13. +2
    14 September 2016 11: 57
    So this is what our Uraglvagonzavod does in its free time from Uralvagon cars ...
  14. 0
    14 September 2016 12: 03
    Katyusha, Machine, how do we like to give female names, death machines laughing
  15. +1
    14 September 2016 12: 11
    Quote: cniza
    Somehow a bit long, but for sure - all the enemies who attacked us are kaput.

    Yes, NATOCAPUT would be shorter and more precise! wassat
  16. +2
    14 September 2016 12: 14
    Too pathetic! We'll wait and see, but for now our hats are good and we can throw them high!
  17. 0
    14 September 2016 12: 19
    Abrashkin and T14-cars of a completely different generation, it’s incorrect to compare them. Here will create a west brand new tank, then we will compare them with each other
  18. 0
    14 September 2016 12: 47
    But what about "tanks don't fight with tanks"?
    1. 0
      14 September 2016 18: 41
      Everything happens in life. Man assumes, but God disposes.
  19. +1
    14 September 2016 13: 19
    Acronym AK ...
    1. 0
      14 September 2016 17: 37
      Wow, how insightful.)
      I applaud while standing!)
  20. 0
    14 September 2016 13: 37
    With a 152 mm gun, this nickname would have looked better)
  21. +1
    14 September 2016 14: 02
    Our "Masha" will put any "Abrasha" in the pose of a company machine gun ....
  22. 0
    14 September 2016 14: 34
    Yes, "Abram" garbage has already become, there are tanks much more serious and t 14 should be the best.
  23. +4
    14 September 2016 15: 11
    I can only say one thing about such articles. What do they remind me of? ... And - I remembered !!! - "We will defeat the enemy on its territory ... with little blood - a mighty blow ... and so on" And then (having lost almost all new tanks in border battles and from aviation) retreat to Moscow !!! And the enemy, with his "outdated" tanks (of which almost half are light and Czech "masterpieces"), travels "tuyu huchu" kilometers a day like in a parade !!! Conclusion - new tanks in the series are good! But such an attitude as in the article is not gut! (you can't relax - otherwise they will fuck))) _ Yes hi
  24. +1
    14 September 2016 16: 02
    At the moment, "Mashenka" is just right. And "abramskaput" still needs to be earned. hi
  25. +2
    14 September 2016 16: 36
    Quote: silver_roman
    T-14 is just MBT. He is not able to tear down the country at a time, yes, he has unique qualities. The CONCEPT is great, but let's look at the implementation.
    And I agree with the Thirteenth: there was no such galimic and pseudo-patriotic hype around "Voevoda".

    Do you want to experience it yourself, unleashing a new massacre in the Donbas? If the characteristics had not been confirmed during tests at the proving ground, the MO would not have ordered a batch of 100 pieces. And what about "childhood diseases"
    Armata, a lot was eliminated during military trials. And practice has shown that your Abrashki are good against tribes armed with "lances"! stop
    1. 0
      14 September 2016 23: 56
      Recently, tankin battles are generally not visible at all, but partisanism is basically just abrash just for battles, as for me it now doesn’t make much sense, in a big world conflict (if there is one) armadas of tanks are unlikely to fight against infantry with RPGs and ATGMs in local conflicts he’s not very much, everyone saw how they were burned in Iraq)
  26. +3
    14 September 2016 16: 36
    For me, "Mashenka" sounds better. A kind of Russian military humor - "Peony", "Buratino" and so on.
  27. 0
    14 September 2016 17: 26
    Abramszdets - of course it is possible. You’ll break off your tongue while pronouncing it.
    In the last war "Katyusha" was terrifying. So now let "Marusya" continue the glorious tradition of Russian weapons. Continuity is important.
    And the worst weapon we have always affectionately and gently called.
    I'm for Marusya!
  28. 0
    14 September 2016 17: 28
    neither can I "get used to and accept" the incomprehensible construction of this machine. I understand that it is better, more reliable (I hope), etc. etc. but after the "grandfather" T-34 and "uncle" T-72, this kind of our tank does not take a shower.
    1. +2
      14 September 2016 18: 35
      Once the planes also had a different look. This is your purely subjective perception.
  29. +2
    14 September 2016 18: 20
    As can be seen from the scribbling, there are a lot of dissatisfied "specialists" in Armata, so it is interesting that these people also experienced this abramskaput directly at the test site. And if not, then I think it is not necessary to equate such a technique with manure with nothing supported by facts. Something a bit too much has become a man with white ribbons, cons are required as air.
  30. +1
    14 September 2016 18: 42
    Against Abrams and T-64 / T-72 / T-80 / T-90 calmly opposed because Our CREW, and they have static arrows.
  31. +1
    15 September 2016 07: 06
    Quote: Engineer
    a tower, a new epaulet, a new machine, a new alignment of the tank, suspension enhancement, etc., etc., etc. Based on this, it is not clear why it was necessary to close the T-95 project?

    I also thought about this topic. There are probably only two solutions. 152 probably does not fit. Too many improvements required. Very serious barrel caliber. Probably not all problems have been resolved. So probably. And the problem is not only in the trunk but in the uninhabited module. As long as the problems exist and the solution is delayed. Remember the first uninhabited module created from 30 mm guns. And now the tank module with a standard barrel is already testing. next in turn is the very module you are writing about. It doesn’t work all at once.
  32. 0
    15 September 2016 12: 52
    Quote: Muvka
    You can find out when and how the Voivode deserved, "in a real battle", the nickname Satan.

    And nothing so that "Satan" called her just "probable enemy"? laughing
    So ask them. for what wink
  33. 0
    15 September 2016 14: 15
    Well, yes, before Katyusha is now MASHENKA. Women in the war are remembered ...
  34. +1
    15 September 2016 16: 09
    I would like to remind a separate group of comrades about what they will actually have to fight on if this happens. To begin with, I'll draw an analogy, maybe not entirely successful, with a fashion show on the catwalk. Oh, what kind of outfits they just don't hang on skinny beauties, and all sorts of pendants and trinkets, and even styles, but the materials are simply stunned. And now everyone quickly went out into the street and looked around !!! Well? Where is it all. So it is with the T-14. An expensive prototype, which, unlike the T72, 80, 90, cannot be quickly riveted. How about repairing in the field? Aaaa heard - service by the manufacturer. To the trailer and from the battlefield to the factory. Mlyn - and the plant is no longer there - the tomahawk got there, even two whole tomahawks. And what will we do? Let's climb in and listen to the "masha" !!! There will be no lightning wars, well, except with the use of nuclear weapons. Therefore, even ancient T55s are still in storage somewhere, and, accordingly, other T with a higher index. An example of this is Ukraine - they collected not just tanks from storage, but hulls with towers, piled on top of each other during the Soviet era and are slowly being restored in Kharkov. Tanks need thousands, tens of thousands of units in which case. And you only have 100 T-14s. Study the experience of the Second World War and you will understand everything. By the way, an interesting fact - in the DPR or LPR, I don't remember anymore, they rolled the IS-3 off the pedestal, put a machine gun, refueled them with fuel and drove to crush the Banderaites. This should be the approach to technology. Simple, affordable and reliable. By the way, who will fight in these tanks then? We won't hire officers with a higher technical education !!!
    1. 0
      15 September 2016 17: 49
      With your logic, then the entire aircraft on the An-2 transplant-cheaply and reliably
      1. 0
        19 September 2016 16: 27
        Any tank is designed for one battle (TSP), then repair or loss, therefore, not a long barrel, not other wisdom roles do not play in modern combat, plus ATGM, etc.
        Nevertheless, drug training plays a more important role than replacing the best T-90CM with a fresh, straight-rolled tank.
        Abrams are also being seriously modernized, not a false one, apparently.
        The survivability of a tank can be significantly increased only by the "ekimage of a combat vehicle", as evidenced by the hostilities in a neighboring country on the outskirts. Probably not miners at the helm.
  35. 0
    15 September 2016 17: 47
    Yeah, with the creative it’s a bit bad for the tank crew). But, most importantly, that the equipment does not fail and beat the enemy !!!!
  36. 0
    15 September 2016 20: 53
    If you began to incline to the naming of T-14 by a female name, then the name Tanya or Tank is best suited, where the first three letters are the first three letters of the word tank.

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