Army cars of Russia

Military motor vehicles (BAT) is the basis for ensuring the tactical and operational mobility of subunits and units, land and other types and types of troops. Currently, more than 1,5 thousand armaments, military and special equipment (VVST) are mounted on automobile base chassis, which is about 95% of the total number of ground-based mobile VVST.

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    1. 0
      17 November 2016 09: 11
      Somewhere already saw it ....
      Not news.
      Amount of information: zero, zero-zero-zero-zero-a little bit of a picture.

      It is not clear why the topic is organized.
      And the author did not name himself ....
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      17 November 2016 10: 58
      Good cars ... power and strength are so rushing ... what information can there be at all, everything is clear, and the topic is right - Russia can still do good things.

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