The main battle tank T-90 "Vladimir"

T-90 ("Vladimir") - the Russian main battle tank. Created in the late 1980s - early 1990s as a deep modernization tank T-72B under the name "Advanced T-72B", but in 1992 it was adopted by the T-90 index.

In 2010, the purchase price of T-90 under contracts for the supply of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation was 70 million rubles. As of 2011 year, the cost of the new T-90 has risen markedly and amounted to 118 million rubles. Since the end of 2011, the purchase of T-90 tanks for the Russian Armed Forces has been discontinued.

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      15 November 2016 10: 13
      When will the T-90MS troops begin to arrive in sufficient quantities? The tank is wonderful and it has good export potential. A demonstration of our 90s in Syria is better than any advertisement.
      It will be interesting to look at the robotic T-90 without a crew, the creation of which has been repeatedly announced.

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