One in a million case: a bird rescues a tank from ATGM

One in a million case: a bird rescues a tank from ATGM

High precision weapon - what all the armies of the world want in their arsenal. One of the most effective in combat today is anti-tank guided missiles. By and large, to accurately hit the target, the ATGM operator does not have to have any special skills. These "skills" developers "trained" a rocket that moves toward the target, whether it be an armored car (tank) or strengthening the enemy. The homing head does its job.


But is there anything that can prevent an ATGM from hitting a target? There are many options. But the most, perhaps, the most unexpected of them can be considered the sudden appearance of a certain object between a missile launched from an anti-tank complex and an enemy combat vehicle.

In this case, the bird became such an object. The probability is one in a million. But providence, apparently, is very loyal to the tankman - so that the bird fell victim to the unlucky shooter, accidentally saving the tank. For the crew of the armored car - a happy accident.

The warhead of a guided missile, colliding with a living object in the air, works - an explosion occurs. And the complex operator, for some time, could not understand what happened and why the explosion was, but the target was not hit.



The probability of even such a character cannot be completely nullified, but the developers of precision weapons in any case are making efforts to minimize extraneous factors when using "smart" ammunition.
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  1. Thecubel21 April 29 2020 11: 09 New
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    In! They would have shot it in a movie, the people would have said, well, nonsense. It doesn’t happen!
    1. pmkemcity April 29 2020 11: 12 New
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      Quote: Thecubel21
      It does not happen!

      Yes, it never was! Watch a movie carefully - a bird the size of a tank. That's why the "film" is interrupted, that the bird flew further.
      1. Mountain shooter April 29 2020 11: 51 New
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        Quote: pmkemcity

        Yes, it never was! Watch a movie carefully - a bird the size of a tank.

        There is such a term - perspective. The bird is just much closer than the tank. There and in time it is clear. TOU - subsonic. Sight with high magnification. Blasting at 5 seconds - 1200 meters approximately. A tank can be 3 kilometers away.
        1. pmkemcity April 29 2020 11: 55 New
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          A shot for 5 seconds video, hit somewhere for 12 seconds. Bird at a distance of 100 m from the ATGM calculation, no more.
          1. TatarinSSSR April 29 2020 20: 22 New
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            focusing the camera on the target. From here and a bird of this size in the video.
            1. Shurik70 2 May 2020 01: 38 New
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              This is a case at a training ground in Poland.
              So no "lucky tankers." The tank was empty.
              No luck to the shooter - the test did not pass.
              T-55 Target Tank
              The distance to the target is 1575 meters
              https://www.mk.ru/politics/2020/04/29/poyavilos-video-kak-ptica-sbila-letyashhuyu-v-tank-amerikanskuyu-raketu.html
        2. smile April 30 2020 00: 29 New
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          Mountain shooter
          You are saying everything correctly ... but ...... if you carefully look at the explosion - you will quite freely understand - in the video - the explosion when the ammunition hits the ground object - the explosion bush grows up ...
          in the case of detonation of ammunition in the air - it would be spherical, like an explosion of shrapnel, an anti-aircraft projectile, or an anti-aircraft missile - all-angle, if I may say so.
          I swear by all the tomatoes in Turkey :))))) - on the video - the ammunition did not explode in the air, but stuck in something ground .... or is it all ... damn it, a cartoon based on real events. :))))
          But the fact that the crow was not struck is for sure. :)))
          And here is an obvious joke .... either intentional ... or unintentional - again, a joke))))
          Either the degenerates who made the start did not understand that the bird's light did not affect the hit in any way ... but I least believe in it .. did those who made the start see the results ... I think so, yes? :)))))
          1. pmkemcity April 30 2020 05: 14 New
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            You are trying to convey to me what I wrote in the first post, for which the "bird haters" threw me -23. Take a closer look.
          2. otstoy April 30 2020 10: 19 New
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            TOW is a cumulative directional power supply. Therefore, everything depended on the angle between the rocket and the bird.
      2. pmkemcity April 29 2020 11: 51 New
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        In 7 seconds, the rocket will fly 2 km. The size of the bird at a distance of 2 km what? They regretted the bird ...
        1. Mountain shooter April 29 2020 12: 39 New
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          Quote: pmkemcity
          In 7 seconds, a rocket will fly 2 km

          There are not 7 seconds of flight, but not more than 5. The speed of the TOU-2 is 185 m / s. I don’t know the shot itself, it works profitably there, and then the engine accelerates. Maybe less than 900 m.
          1. pmkemcity April 29 2020 13: 12 New
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            If you think this is TOU-2, then the fuse should be with two sensors - optical and magnetic. Which one worked? And the speed is 300 m \ s.
            1. Mountain shooter April 29 2020 15: 35 New
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              Quote: pmkemcity
              And the speed is 300 m \ s.

              Speed? 20 seconds at maximum range. And it is 3750 m. As for fuses, optical-magnetic - this is another modification that barmales do not supply ...
      3. TatarinSSSR April 29 2020 20: 20 New
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        Camera focus (sight) ATGM what? To the tank (or self-propelled guns). Accordingly, the moment of flight of the bird with such an increase in exactly the place where the target is. About 300 to the target.
      4. Alexander Mosin April 29 2020 22: 08 New
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        Quote: pmkemcity
        Watch a movie carefully - a bird the size of a tank.

        If it was an eagle, then in the first place it flies in front of the tank, which seems more to it, and in the second with spread wings it’s quite possible for the tower’s area even directly in front of the tank.
    2. x.andvlad April 29 2020 11: 16 New
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      Very similar to the plot from some computer game.
      1. carstorm 11 April 29 2020 12: 46 New
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        have you ever seen scrap? so ordinary? so I remember the call was and the boy came. healthy so eared. and I personally saw how he worked as a crowbar at the landfill and broke it like a tree into three parts)))) we argued for a long time about the tiredness of this metal or something. ) Yes, and actually it does not matter. what are the chances that everything coincides so that I see it? one in a billion?) and here. just an amazing combination of circumstances)
        1. Avior April 29 2020 14: 05 New
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          ordinary scrap is difficult to break so, it is not fragile
          you can bend rather
          1. Doliva63 April 29 2020 19: 51 New
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            Quote: Avior
            ordinary scrap is difficult to break so, it is not fragile
            you can bend rather

            I remember that at the school, one boxer, in order to catch horror at an opponent, already in gloves, removed the crowbar from the fire shield and slowly bent it around the neck - the crowbar was hexagonal. So - it is possible! laughing
            1. Avior April 29 2020 20: 03 New
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              You can bend
              Break no
              1. Doliva63 April 29 2020 20: 12 New
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                Quote: Avior
                You can bend
                Break no

                I don’t argue, on the contrary, I gave an example in support of yours. "It is not fragile.
                it’s more likely to bend. " drinks
              2. carstorm 11 April 30 2020 04: 28 New
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                but it broke)))) really into three parts) I myself would not have believed if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes) in my opinion there was an end to December. it was very cold outside. I went and showed it because no one could believe it) after that guy was called Rambo))))))) all the officers in the unit were laughing like children)
              3. Glory1974 April 30 2020 08: 55 New
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                Break no

                Breaks down. You can even write off with the motivation "multilayer layering".
                I did it myself.
            2. Cossack 471 April 29 2020 22: 29 New
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              In our S-200 division, on a fire shield near the K-2 cabin, wooden scrap hung for a year because iron was usually taken for some business and not returned. It looked very realistic
              1. smile April 30 2020 01: 39 New
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                Cossack 471
                :)))))
                Damn, tell me - is this true, or are you kidding?
                I know what the Army is ... but, damn it. I have not heard about interchangeable wooden scrap ... :))))
                Damn, I'm used to the fact that if there is a crowbar, an ax, a shovel. hammer, MPL, pickaxe, pick, belt, spring, any other supplies, equipment or uniforms went into temporary use somewhere .... then .... even if they were temporarily :)))) replaced with wooden :) ))) they never came back! :))))))
                Well, damn it, I won’t believe that it’s different now - human nature cannot be changed - even the Communists could not change :)))))))))))))))))
                1. Free wind April 30 2020 10: 39 New
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                  Well, not scrap, but a hook in a fire box. You take a handle from a rake, attach a hook and preferably a ring, such as a handle. You paint in red. Everyone has been doing this for a long time.
        2. APASUS April 29 2020 19: 07 New
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          Quote: carstorm 11
          have you ever seen scrap? so ordinary? so I remember the call was and the boy came. healthy so eared. and I personally saw how he worked as a crowbar at the landfill and broke it like a tree into three parts)))) we argued for a long time about the tiredness of this metal or something. ) Yes, and actually it does not matter. what are the chances that everything coincides so that I see it? one in a billion?) and here. just an amazing combination of circumstances)

          We had such a Vasya. I’m talking about the person I know personally. The guy is not bad, but that he picks it up, it breaks everything. A screwdriver lay, just threw it and broke the handle, the screwdriver was about 20 years old and didn’t do it! He picked up the pump, pressed it twice and tore off the nut and a piece of thread! He was always put on a stump separately and looked so that there would be nothing around.
          Here you don’t know how it turns out, a missile hit a bird with an option: one in a million. And then what it will pick up and the result is immediately known
    3. Azazelo April 29 2020 12: 16 New
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      In the movie, there is enough other nonsense ...
    4. svp67 April 29 2020 12: 21 New
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      Quote: Thecubel21
      They would have shot in a movie, people would have said well, and nonsense.

      Why, the fuse for a cumulative projectile is very sensitive, it can work from branches of a bush ...
      1. Babermetis April 29 2020 14: 16 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Quote: Thecubel21
        They would have shot in a movie, people would have said well, and nonsense.

        Why, the fuse for a cumulative projectile is very sensitive, it can work from branches of a bush ...


        The principle of action of the cumulative charge obligates detonation before contact with the scolding. A stream of metal heated to a liquid state must be directed inside the armor at a very high speed.
        1. svp67 April 29 2020 14: 29 New
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          Quote: Babermetis
          The principle of action of the cumulative charge obligates detonation before contact with the swear

          The operating principle of the cumulative charge requires the formation of a shock pestle at certain distances from the armor, no more and no less.
          Quote: Babermetis
          A stream of metal heated to a liquid state must be directed inside the armor at a very high speed.

          The shock pest of the explosion-compressed metal is directed to the armor, where it presses it through
        2. Brylevsky April 29 2020 14: 37 New
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          A stream of metal heated to a liquid state must be directed inside the armor at a very high speed.

          The explosive cladding metal does not translate into a liquid state. There is a completely different physics of the process. Any metal alloy is characterized by a "yield strength". This is the pressure on the metal at which its crystalline structure is broken, as a solid substance. At this pressure, the metal grows into a liquid and begins to flow; its temperature will be lower than its melting temperature. At the time of the explosion, the metal lining of the warhead of the projectile or ATGM undergoes a pressure many times higher than its yield strength, and at this pressure the metal turns into a quasi-liquid and starts to flow. Due to the shape of the warhead (funnel), the gradient of the expansion velocity of the explosive explosion products forces the liquid metal to stretch into the rod, in the common people called "pestle". This "rod" has a diameter of several millimeters and a speed of the order of 5000-7000 m / s, depending on the type of explosive. The ultrahigh speed and small contact patch of this "rod" has an effect similar to that described above on the armor material: the pressure in the contact patch of the armor with the "rod" is many times higher than its yield strength, the armor metal begins to flow ... Further interaction between the cumulative liquid jet metal and metal armor occurs, as between two liquids, when one is “standing” and the other is high-speed ...
          1. Babermetis April 29 2020 16: 06 New
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            Quote: Brylevsky
            A stream of metal heated to a liquid state must be directed inside the armor at a very high speed.

            The explosive cladding metal does not translate into a liquid state. There is a completely different physics of the process. Any metal alloy is characterized by a "yield strength". This is the pressure on the metal at which its crystalline structure is broken, as a solid substance. At this pressure, the metal grows into a liquid and begins to flow; its temperature will be lower than its melting temperature. At the time of the explosion, the metal lining of the warhead of the projectile or ATGM undergoes a pressure many times higher than its yield strength, and at this pressure the metal turns into a quasi-liquid and starts to flow. Due to the shape of the warhead (funnel), the gradient of the expansion velocity of the explosive explosion products forces the liquid metal to stretch into the rod, in the common people called "pestle". This "rod" has a diameter of several millimeters and a speed of the order of 5000-7000 m / s, depending on the type of explosive. The ultrahigh speed and small contact patch of this "rod" has an effect similar to that described above on the armor material: the pressure in the contact patch of the armor with the "rod" is many times higher than its yield strength, the armor metal begins to flow ... Further interaction between the cumulative liquid jet metal and metal armor occurs, as between two liquids, when one is “standing” and the other is high-speed ...

            Well, at least not briefly, but outlined as befitting! Sincerely.
            1. Brylevsky April 30 2020 09: 10 New
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              Sincerely.

              Mutually, a colleague.
          2. Alex Justice April 29 2020 18: 46 New
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            And what explodes the tank, a metal stream of 2 mm?
            1. Saxahorse April 30 2020 00: 02 New
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              Quote: Alex Justice
              And what explodes the tank, a metal stream of 2 mm?

              Ammunition of the tank, fuel in general, where it gets. But it won’t get anywhere so silently will pierce through everything. BTR saw such, just a through hole through both sides.
            2. Brylevsky April 30 2020 09: 31 New
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              And what explodes the tank, a metal stream of 2 mm?

              Our tanks explode:
              a) Gunpowder charges in cardboard sleeves impregnated with toluene in a tank loading machine;
              b) Explosive concentration of fuel vapors in tanks located between the upper and lower flammability limits. Read more about the upper and lower flammability limits in ISGOTT, fifth edition,

              this chart is from there.
    5. Albert1988 April 29 2020 16: 34 New
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      Quote: Thecubel21
      In! They would have shot it in a movie, the people would have said, well, nonsense. It doesn’t happen!

      It’s just what happens in the movies of all kinds of Mikhalkovs — then spider bugs climb into the sight, then partisan mosquitoes sit on the nose of the Nazis ... but in reality - yes, one chance per million ...
    6. blackice April 30 2020 11: 56 New
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      I even know what this bird is.
      This is a dove that Putin saluted, if you remember such a video on the Internet went. laughing
  2. Pavel73 April 29 2020 11: 11 New
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    The bird seems to have taken the rocket itself for prey :)
    1. Kalmar April 29 2020 13: 53 New
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      Here it is, this KAZ Drozd.
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        Quote: Kalmar
        Here it is, this KAZ Drozd.

        laughing good
  3. lucul April 29 2020 11: 11 New
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    Accident, even of this nature, is impossible to nullify, but the developers of precision weapons in any case are making efforts to minimize extraneous factors when using "smart" ammunition.

    In this case, the tank has only one drawback - the ATGM calculation noticed it earlier than the tank calculation. This drawback must be eliminated on the tank for its survival. A tank, in 99% of cases, should (ideally) detect the calculation earlier, and it doesn’t matter which devices (price) will be used for this. Only this will increase the survival of the tank in battle.
    1. Kalmar April 29 2020 15: 57 New
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      Quote: lucul
      A tank, in 99% of cases, should (ideally) detect a calculation earlier

      It seems unrealistic to me. If the ATGM uses exclusively passive guidance systems (i.e., it does not irradiate the target with a laser or anything else), detecting a calculation with proper camouflage will be very difficult.
      1. lucul April 29 2020 16: 00 New
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        detecting a calculation with proper disguise will be very difficult.

        Well, if the tank will have a 360-degree 10-degree thermal imager, and with a range of XNUMX km, then it will be problematic to hide the calculation ....
        1. Kalmar April 29 2020 18: 54 New
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          Quote: lucul
          Well, if the tank will have a 360gr all-round thermal imager, and with a range of 10km, then it will be problematic to hide the calculation

          Firstly, you need to constantly look at this thermal imager. Or attach some kind of highly intelligent pattern recognition system that will automatically detect suspicious movements in the frame.

          Secondly, teplak is not omnipotent: it is also quite possible to hide from it.
    2. Alexey RA April 29 2020 16: 24 New
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      Quote: lucul
      The tank, in 99% of cases, should (ideally) detect the calculation earlier, and it does not matter which devices (price) will be used for this. Only this will increase the survival of the tank in battle.

      These appliances are called "tank infantry". smile
      Without infantry, a tank commander in one person simply physically cannot simultaneously view 360 degrees in search of an ATGM calculation, without stopping performing his other duties.
      In addition, the higher the TTX of the device, the larger its dimensions. So - the higher the chance of his defeat. Simply put, those taken out of the reserved volume of the device of the ATGM detection device will simply be fired off.
      1. Alexander Mosin April 29 2020 22: 42 New
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        The infantry will not help with the calculation of ATGM, which 2km + hid and is waiting for the target. Here it is comprehensive protection that is needed from laser radiation sensors, with the calculation of the direction and distance of the source, with an automatic turn of the gun in the direction of calculation. The tank will have time to start calculating, activate the smoke screen and dump much faster than the calculation will heal and be able to knock out. In addition, 2 sights on a tank with thermal imagers will easily find a person within a few km. The tower and the PP rotate independently of each other and can probe the situation.
        1. Kalmar April 30 2020 11: 01 New
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          Quote: Alexander Mosin
          Here it is precisely comprehensive protection that is needed from laser irradiation sensors, with the calculation of the direction and distance of the source, with an automatic turn of the gun towards calculation

          Something similar is put on modern tanks, except that without an automatic turn of the gun (an extremely dubious idea), but putting a veil with an automatic machine is quite enough. The problem is that third-generation ATGMs do without lasers, which makes their detection extremely difficult. Particularly gifted ones - like the Israeli Spike - can even shoot from closed positions, aiming already in flight.

          Apparently, the time of lone heroes in modern combat has passed; complex decisions rule the ball: infantry, tanks, helicopters, closely interacting with each other.
          1. Alexander Mosin April 30 2020 12: 38 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Something similar is put on modern tanks, except that without an automatic turn of the gun (an extremely dubious idea), but putting a veil with an automatic machine is quite enough.

            On MK4, Leo2 it is just that, the only thing may not finish the tower (I do not remember exactly), but it indicates instantly the voltage and distance. AMAP ADS, MUSS, for example, is a German protection complex, which involves connecting all systems together, KAZ, DZ, smoke curtains, etc., everything works together.

            Quote: Kalmar
            The problem is that the third generation ATGM

            Spoken, but so far the potential adversaries of the western tanks do not have 3rd generation ATGMs, and as they appear, in large numbers, this will of course nullify much.

            Quote: Kalmar
            Apparently, the time of lone heroes in modern combat has passed; complex decisions rule the ball: infantry, tanks, helicopters, closely interacting with each other.

            This is implemented by NATO / USA at the beginning of the millennium with the introduction of network-centric systems, real-time interaction. In Iraq, one could see how Saddam's forces were cut off from whole command divisions, and the Americans could advance up to 200km / day in separate directions. Now these systems are already at a new level, and armies that do not have network-centricity are doomed to razgrom.
    3. Doliva63 1 May 2020 20: 45 New
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      Quote: lucul
      Accident, even of this nature, is impossible to nullify, but the developers of precision weapons in any case are making efforts to minimize extraneous factors when using "smart" ammunition.

      In this case, the tank has only one drawback - the ATGM calculation noticed it earlier than the tank calculation. This drawback must be eliminated on the tank for its survival. A tank, in 99% of cases, should (ideally) detect the calculation earlier, and it doesn’t matter which devices (price) will be used for this. Only this will increase the survival of the tank in battle.

      Naive. Do you think the tank has one enemy - ATGM? And the barrel artillery? A BMP with ATGM? And the calculation of the RPG? A random infantryman with a "Fly" (conditionally, of course)? What about mine / mine? And you suggest the crew to notice all this at the same time before they have it? laughing
  4. vargo April 29 2020 11: 12 New
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    From the ATGM they haven’t hunted for game yet)) (put a tick)
    1. bang April 29 2020 13: 23 New
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      Tankers swearing, ATGM officers took their frag.
    2. Peter is not the first April 29 2020 21: 55 New
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      Like there in the famous movie: "It's a pity for the bird!"
      Already in 1966 it was predicted that birds fly into the light and heat, and here, the bird attacked a rocket. laughing
  5. Vasyan1971 April 29 2020 11: 13 New
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    And the lucky ones in the tank noticed the work of their guardian angel, I wonder?
    If not, then it is likely to sit further, scratching oneself, until the second plop arrives. Another crow will be gone ...
  6. Serg koma April 29 2020 11: 14 New
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    This is not a bird, this is an anti-tank missile, remote destroyer - ATGM laughing
    If not the shooter’s training at the training ground, the birdhouse’s crew must do the rest of their lives
    1. novel66 April 29 2020 11: 22 New
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      and three thousand times "Allahu Akbar"!
  7. Pvi1206 April 29 2020 11: 24 New
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    sometimes even a poker can shoot ...
  8. Zusull April 29 2020 11: 30 New
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    This is more like a video from HERE of some
    1. vargo April 29 2020 11: 47 New
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      rather, on the contrary, games began to be made very similar to real shots
  9. Pavel57 April 29 2020 11: 33 New
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    I'm sorry for the bird.
    1. Podvodnik April 29 2020 13: 00 New
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      I'm sorry for the bird.


      In tennis tournaments, there have been cases of a ball falling into a bird. Only feathers scatter in all directions. And such moments are not single. There a lot of cameras are taken from different angles.
      And the bird is really sorry. Well, what to do, such is life.
      1. AUL
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        More than once during fishing I shot down the seagulls with a spinning bait - both lure and jig. It seems that the seagulls themselves foolishly rushed at them. Feathers in all directions, and yell.
  10. Ratmir_Ryazan April 29 2020 11: 39 New
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    These were the tests of the new super KAZ)))
    1. yustas April 29 2020 12: 26 New
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      Moreover, self-healing and requiring virtually no development, installation, etc. costs) you put the "dovecote" on the tank and learn that the pigeons would not be afraid of the sound of gunfire and the engine. And voila, Kaz is ready)
    2. knn54 April 29 2020 13: 04 New
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      The operator, by chance, is not a hunter?
  11. Incompetent April 29 2020 11: 45 New
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    So this is not an ATGM this is any special. rocket against birds, the operator did not advance the shot))))
  12. Mountain shooter April 29 2020 11: 46 New
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    However, a pturs fuse is cocked about 50 meters from the launch pad ... It should work according to the crow, the fuse sensitivity is high. On branches it works, checked laughing
    Therefore, maybe this is a bird. Tankers should put more than one candle (or whatever they have instead) in the mosque, for the peace of the bird ...
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  13. Bare April 29 2020 11: 59 New
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    God sent the bird saved the crew.
    Everything is set up in the world and works like a watch. so it should have happened. yes
  14. faterdom April 29 2020 12: 04 New
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    I will hunt, with a breeze I’ll ride through the notes ... and the cop froze sensitively.
    Alexander Rosenbaum with Ambulance Worker Day!
  15. alone April 29 2020 12: 06 New
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    this is not a bird, but some kind of kamikaze
  16. ApJlekuHo April 29 2020 12: 08 New
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    What a cute nonsense, ATGM does not work from a bird, do not mislead people. Is this definitely a VO site or am I mistaken for the address? The sound of the gap and drunken exclamations behind the scenes were especially pleased ..
  17. In the Tundra, this is every battle
  18. jekasimf April 29 2020 12: 30 New
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    A new word in active tank protection systems? Trained birds!
  19. Maks1995 April 29 2020 12: 53 New
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    It happens. In the posted videos, quite often from the first hit / shot there is no defeat. By a variety of techniques. And somewhere the Tangkists simply leave the tank and it is unclear whether he is kapets or simply reinsured ...
  20. Yun Klob April 29 2020 14: 24 New
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    I hope the bird did not suffer.
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    And from which anti-tank missile was fired? The photograph of the TOW complex in the title has nothing to do with the material!
    1. region58 April 29 2020 19: 25 New
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      Quote: senima56
      And from which anti-tank missile was fired?

      An unusual incident occurred at the Dravsko-Pomeranian military training ground in Poland. Here, the crews of infantry fighting vehicles BMP M2A2 Bradley of the American Second Armored Brigade fulfilled the tasks of destroying enemy armored vehicles.
      Videography of the process was carried out through the thermal imaging channel of the sight. Apparently, the decommissioned old T-55 medium tank, located at a distance of 1 meters, served as a target.
      On command, the BGM71 TOW was launched. Ammunition quickly flew to the object that was to hit. After a few seconds, the cumulative warhead was supposed to break through the armor, and the crew would report on the successfully completed task. But then a large bird began to approach the flying ATGM. There was a collision with an anti-tank guided missile. Then followed a powerful explosion, which completely destroyed the TOW before approaching the target.

      https://rg.ru/2020/04/29/video-ptica-sbila-letiashchuiu-k-tanku-amerikanskuiu-raketu-tow.html
  22. tlauicol April 29 2020 15: 31 New
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    It's like a torpedo in whale please good
  23. nobody111body April 29 2020 15: 44 New
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    reinforced advertising "miracle TOW" continues, remember the Afghan and the "Stinger"
  24. NF68 April 29 2020 16: 23 New
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    I'm sorry for the bird.
  25. MA3UTA April 29 2020 20: 18 New
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    Quote: Babermetis
    The principle of action of the cumulative charge obligates detonation before contact with the scolding. A stream of metal heated to a liquid state must be directed inside the armor at a very high speed ..

    How interesting .... Tell us more about this.
  26. Metallurg_2 April 29 2020 20: 30 New
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    What is left of the bird?
  27. otstoy April 30 2020 10: 11 New
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    Only idiots are now destroying the T-55. You can easily sell it - the most popular tank for modern regional warfare. Aborigines are buying them in dozens.
  28. Charik April 30 2020 11: 21 New
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    -that is this chtoli
  29. Petrik66 April 30 2020 11: 29 New
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    Today they showed this story on RTR and said - At the shooting in Poland. Signed here ....
  30. zenion April 30 2020 14: 25 New
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    Here I like it when everything is factual. A million birds flew, only one managed to knock out. Doodles! It was necessary to shoot from a three-barrel with a burst shot, then they would have shot down, maybe the second pitcher, it's a pity.
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    Apparently the future tactics of the tank forces, noticed the irradiation of ATGMs, let out the pigeons! wassat
  32. Arthur 85 April 30 2020 17: 12 New
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    I'm sorry for the bird. sad
  33. Shuttle April 30 2020 20: 29 New
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    This is a video from the Dravsko-Pomeranian military training ground in Poland, where the Americans practiced striking tanks. In a published video, the M2A2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicle strikes a tank that was used as a target.
    Through the scope it is clear that the projectile is flying exactly at the target. But here something unusual happens.

    A flying living creature appears in the frame, presumably a bird. You could even say that it looks like a duck. And the shell hits it. An explosion occurs. The shell did not reach the tank. Stunned voice-over voices are heard.
    It is known that birds can cause a plane crash. But for the birds to shoot down flying warheads - this has not happened yet.
    https://www.mk.ru/politics/2020/04/29/poyavilos-video-kak-ptica-sbila-letyashhuyu-v-tank-amerikanskuyu-raketu.html
  34. realist 1 May 2020 07: 06 New
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    sorry for the bird. but thanks to her, at the cost of her life she saved the tankers! how much does such a shot cost? probably the most expensive game on the planet?
  35. lazy 2 May 2020 07: 14 New
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    sorry for the bird
  36. Rocj 3 May 2020 18: 24 New
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