Saddam tanks in the mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan


There is a place in the mountains of northern Iraq where there are still 3 wounded tank. These tanks fought on the side of Saddam. They were shot down by the Kurds during the first Iraq war. At that time, the main forces of Saddam were thrown to repel the attack of the Americans, and his influence in the north was weakened. Maybe that’s why these tanks are still here.

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    1. -1
      23 June 2012 15: 08
      Americans definitely cut them to metal
    2. -2
      5 September 2012 22: 48
      It is strange that these tanks are so watched, painted them ...
      We have much worse, thrown ...
    3. smershspy
      April 24 2013 12: 20
      Quote: Uruska
      It is strange that these tanks are so watched, painted them ...
      We have much worse, thrown ...

      They are being watched, because trunks may soon be needed, and they will pod themaman and into battle! I know what their hands are! They can all!
    4. albanech
      6 June 2013 14: 56
      They probably want to scare them like stuffed animals!
    5. MLC 56
      April 3 2014 00: 42
      Interestingly, what does the aunt do on top of the tank?
    6. 0
      19 June 2014 16: 04
      yvayiv yv1yv4a 5453ya
    7. 0
      29 July 2014 19: 42
    8. +1
      25 October 2014 11: 53
      Scrap metal ...

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