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http://thebrigade.com/2016/02/12/friday-firepowermore-tank-bells-a-ringin-99-hq-photos/
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  1. Viktor_24reg
    Viktor_24reg 24 February 2016 06: 26
    -1
    F-33 ​​sts around the corner ?! smile
  2. Volga Cossack
    Volga Cossack 24 February 2016 06: 47
    11
    read one import - I would like to 23to - at least our ......
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    2. aba
      aba 24 February 2016 07: 20
      +8
      That's what I'm talking about. I can dilute, but not shoot
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      2. bubalik
        bubalik 24 February 2016 12: 38
        0
        The essence of the article is neither a plus nor a minus, if there were explanations.
        So who? Whom? Where? When? So I'm not a tanker (not special in modeling), how to figure it out ???
        1. VENOM
          VENOM 24 February 2016 18: 53
          0
          Kaptsov had an article - that’s what he should do laughing There with explanations Shots of ships
    3. Litsvin
      Litsvin 24 February 2016 21: 29
      +1
      Yes, yes, the "grandfathers" were completely forgotten! Where is T-34, where is Tiger-1, where is Mickey Mouse, where is everyone ???
  3. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 24 February 2016 06: 53
    13
    Three stripes on the trunk-extras laughing
    1. atalef
      atalef 24 February 2016 08: 05
      +1
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Three stripes on the trunk-extras laughing

      Pregnant statistician
  4. Rurikovich
    Rurikovich 24 February 2016 06: 57
    10
    I already thought O. Kaptsov had cooked up - completely one "Abrams" with a slight dilution with "Leopards" and "Merkavas" and other Western iron ... what
    Somehow not objectively ... winked
    1. DmitryK
      DmitryK 26 February 2016 15: 39
      0
      There are a lot of chieftains
  5. O_s_c_a_R
    O_s_c_a_R 24 February 2016 07: 16
    +4
    99% of the photos are imported tractors. And where are ours?
  6. Mera joota
    Mera joota 24 February 2016 07: 30
    17
    Taking pictures next to the tank at the time of the shot is certainly cool, but taking pictures next to the burning tank is crazy ...
    1. aba
      aba 24 February 2016 08: 02
      +1
      Maybe they shot a telephoto? wink
      1. Mera joota
        Mera joota 24 February 2016 08: 29
        +4
        Quote: aba
        Maybe they shot a telephoto? wink

        It is doubtful that maniacs with a telephoto roaming around Deraa (fresh picture) catching interesting moments of the civil war. But it’s not a phone shot unambiguously.
        1. cosmos111
          cosmos111 24 February 2016 10: 33
          +7
          Quote: Mera Joota
          (fresh shot)

          fresh screenshots / photo ....
          T-72, The tank sent the militant operator to the guria ....


          1. Mera joota
            Mera joota 24 February 2016 11: 09
            0
            Quote: cosmos111
            T-72, The tank sent the militant operator to the guria ....

            And where does inf come from, that this is an operator, and not just a fighter? So I understand the operator, on the contrary, removes how someone is being destroyed ...
    2. cosmos111
      cosmos111 24 February 2016 13: 53
      +1
      Quote: Mera Joota
      Take pictures next to the tank at the time of the shot

      well, at the time of the defeat of TOW 2 .... but there is NO detonation of BC ...
      but the detonation of BC, NO ....


    3. cosmos111
      cosmos111 24 February 2016 15: 00
      +3
      Quote: Mera Joota
      Taking pictures next to the tank at the time of the shot is certainly cool,


      and if on the tank, at the time of the shot, NOT cool ???
  7. inkass_98
    inkass_98 24 February 2016 07: 39
    13
    Well, I’ll add, for a change laughing
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 24 February 2016 07: 42
      18
      Or like this (after all, the holiday was yesterday, maybe someone is relevant laughing ):
      1. soldat74
        soldat74 24 February 2016 08: 55
        +4
        It’s they who ride in their own way. But what happens when they come to us!
        Quote: igordok
        Since there was talk of tanks, I’ll ask a question. What made the hole in the board?
        The broken tower turned out to be beautiful.
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  8. igordok
    igordok 24 February 2016 07: 46
    +1
    Since there was talk of tanks, I’ll ask a question. What made the hole in the board?
    The broken tower turned out to be beautiful.
    1. Mera joota
      Mera joota 24 February 2016 07: 52
      +6
      Quote: igordok
      What made the hole in the board?

      Perhaps a large caliber, for example 152mm hypericum ...
      The Germans had fragile armor at the end of the war, so it broke off pieces ...
      1. aba
        aba 24 February 2016 08: 10
        +1
        The Germans had fragile armor at the end of the war, so it broke off pieces ...

        As a schoolboy, maybe even in the "Technology of Youth", I read an article about ISU-152. So there was described one battle, where St. John's wort from an ambush with direct fire jumped on a column of Tigers. From the impact of a shell, the Tiger tower split and hit the second tank with a hail of fragments. The tank crew left the tank in a hurry. The rest of the tanks, who had time, hastily left the battlefield.
        1. Predator
          Predator 24 February 2016 09: 09
          +1
          This was not recorded! When 152 mm hit the Tiger turret, it was usually blown off the run, but in order to split it, and even into fragments ...
        2. Belgorod
          Belgorod 26 February 2016 23: 04
          0
          This story (as I read) occurred on the Leningrad Front
          One of the first Tigers was tested at the front. They went straight to the battery of 152 mm guns. A direct shot tore off the tower of the first, and hit the second with fragments. The crew ran without turning off the engine. The tank was delivered to Moscow and studied.
          It was before the Battle of Kursk
      2. WUA 518
        WUA 518 24 February 2016 08: 20
        +8
        [/ Center]
        Most likely the result of a high-explosive fragmentation shell.
        1. soldat74
          soldat74 24 February 2016 08: 57
          +5
          Not at all. Ours knocked with a sledgehammer, like "Open the owl, the Bear has come!" lol
        2. Predator
          Predator 24 February 2016 09: 02
          0
          It doesn’t look like a landmine. We observe three armor-piercing hits. The caliber is no more than 85 mm, weaving would have pierced the armor, and 122-152 had broken, the hole was like in the previously presented photo.
          1. WUA 518
            WUA 518 24 February 2016 09: 15
            +2
            It doesn't look like a land mine. [/ Quote] Aberdeen Proving Ground in the USA. 1945. "With each hit of an armor-piercing shell, the armor showed brittle damage. The plate that we are sending you was torn from the side of the tank by a 75 mm HE shell."
          2. igordok
            igordok 24 February 2016 11: 42
            0
            Quote: Predator
            It doesn’t look like a landmine. We observe three armor-piercing hits. The caliber is no more than 85 mm, weaving would have pierced the armor, and 122-152 had broken, the hole was like in the previously presented photo.

            One of the assumptions is that from the air the British 25-pound armor-piercing missiles. At VO there was an article about these missiles. http://topwar.ru/index.php?newsid=48602
            Photo probably from the west.
        3. tank64rus
          tank64rus 24 February 2016 20: 11
          +1
          This is a 122mm projectile from the IS-2. By that time, mid-1944, the Germans had to change the composition of the armor. It became more fragile and now when it hit even a high-explosive fragmentation shell it cracked, which was previously impossible.
        4. tank64rus
          tank64rus 24 February 2016 20: 11
          0
          This is a 122mm projectile from the IS-2. By that time, mid-1944, the Germans had to change the composition of the armor. It became more fragile and now when it hit even a high-explosive fragmentation shell it cracked, which was previously impossible.
  9. Max40
    Max40 24 February 2016 08: 29
    +3
    Good morning guys. I would like to ask the author the following. If you post photos from another site, then not "freebie". Where are the girls ???
  10. ksendzov.andrej2015
    ksendzov.andrej2015 24 February 2016 08: 43
    +3
    Where are the Russian tanks? Abrams go ... but
    1. cosmos111
      cosmos111 24 February 2016 13: 17
      +1
      Quote: ksendzov.andrej2015
      Where are the Russian tanks?

      Russian in Syria ...
      T-55 in Latakia.

    2. cosmos111
      cosmos111 24 February 2016 13: 18
      0
      T-72M, in the same place ...

  11. cosmos111
    cosmos111 24 February 2016 10: 15
    0
    a little off topic ... BUT related to tanks ....

    posted a screen / photo, the defeat of the jihad mobid ammunition attacking the upper hemisphere ...

    infa appeared that the Kurds had "Javelins" ..
    1. Mera joota
      Mera joota 24 February 2016 11: 11
      0
      Quote: cosmos111
      infa appeared that the Kurds had "Javelins" ..

      Each Jewel family, a good initial capital for emigrating to Europe ...
    2. Professor
      Professor 24 February 2016 11: 32
      +1
      Quote: cosmos111
      infa appeared that the Kurds had "Javelins" ..

      That may be a Chinese copy. IMHO Kurds against pickups and TOU above the roof.
      1. cosmos111
        cosmos111 24 February 2016 15: 04
        +1
        Quote: Professor
        That may be a Chinese copy. IMHO Kurds against pickups and TOU above the roof.

        they (rebels) TOW, worth 65 thousand $, bullet and single soldiers .....
        NOT yours, the sponsors will throw ...
        1. Professor
          Professor 24 February 2016 15: 27
          -3
          Quote: cosmos111
          they (rebels) TOW, worth 65 thousand $, bullet and single soldiers .....
          NOT yours, the sponsors will throw ...

          Price / Cost: In FY 2015, the unit cost of a TOW 2 missile is $ 58,908. And those from warehouses are generally free.
          So they have an open loan in Voentorg, and judging by how many Assad tanks they burned, the investment clearly paid off.

          Quote: CERHJ
          So I think that they’ve already set it in parallel .. this is just the first shot. That confirmed the availability and supply of such weapons. Kurd from Shddadi. I do not know honestly. Where to be ..

          So far, no information has been received about this.
          http://isis.liveuamap.com/en/2016/23-february-javelin-with-ypgj-fighters-at-shad
          dadi-


          Quote: cosmos111
          There was a lot of evidence. There was also a video. Only now it is not clear. That this is an action of "birdhouses" or "hands .. there are" slippers., And on the other hand, the video with the affected equipment TOU-2 equipment with "birdhouses" is not the same. And usually Islamists immediately throw such things into U-tube ..

          That is not evidence, but the conversations of the members of the forum and the idiot.

          Quote: CERHJ
          .And then, you correctly noted "Kurds against pick-ups and TOUs above the roof"

          Duc like Kurds do not fight against Assad. Against igilovtsev and TOU above the roof. And against the NATO (Turks) can the Javelins apply. Not logical.

          Quote: CERHJ
          If the "birdhouses" did not work, why supply Javelins?

          Pretty indirect reason. So could the Cornets deliver. Half the price of new TOUs and birdhouses are not a hindrance to them.

          Quote: CERHJ
          I don’t see any connection at all, the appearance there will immediately lead to an explosion of the situation. It’s not profitable for anyone. They will not play the main role. Artillery and MLRS. What can we supply in excess?

          And the connection is like that. The Americans were not very willing to supply javelins even for money, but here it looks like a case of free delivery. Now nothing prevents them from being delivered to Ukraine and pretending to be a hose that they were "bought in the military department". And the fact that there will be an explosion in Ukraine without the Javelins is understandable anyway.

          PS
          Asad urgently needs to deliver KAZ, and soon YouTube will be full of rollers with T-90 as it is now full of rollers with T-72.
          1. cosmos111
            cosmos111 24 February 2016 16: 02
            0
            Quote: Professor
            So far, no information has been received about this.
            http://isis.liveuamap.com/en/2016/23-february-javelin-with-ypgj-fighters-at-shad



            dadi-

            why, it hasn’t been reported, I still posted a picture of the destruction of a jihad mobile by a rocket attacking the upper hemisphere 20.02.16 ...

            profff, but still, about the "birdhouses" I brought all the launches of anti-tank systems, for 3 months ...

            after application, these devices, video with wrecked tanks, was NOT ....
            especially in bloody battles in the Aleppo region, and there the highest activity is the use of TOW 2 ....
            what say this ????
          2. PKK
            PKK 24 February 2016 18: 17
            0
            The Americans have their own Kurds. It is clear that they will refuse to fight without the Javelins, hence the supply to the Kurds.
        2. cosmos111
          cosmos111 24 February 2016 15: 31
          +1
          November 2015, the most "bloody", in terms of tank losses.
          85 ATGM launches in November 2015 year.
          Number of launches by types of anti-tank systems.

          73 - TOW
          4 - Metis
          3 - Fagot
          3 - Red Arrow (ISIS)
          1 - Kornet
          1 - Konkurs

          14 - Jaysh al-Nasr (Ghab Hawks Union)
          12 - 1st Coastal Division
          10 - Thuwar ash-Sham Battalions
          7 - Fursan al-Haqq Brigade
          7 - Mountain Hawks Brigade
          7 - Central Division (Saifullah Brigade)
          5 - Pride Army (Pride Union)
          4 - 13th Division
          4 - Sultan Murad Brigade
          4 - 101th Infantry Division
          3 - Nouredin Zanki Movement
          3 - ISIS
          1 - Nusra Front
          1 - 46th Division
          1 - 16th Division
          1 - Aswad as-Sana Division
          1 - Sham Front

          52 - Aleppo (including 45 in South Aleppo)
          15 - N. Hama
          12 - Latakia
          3 - E. Homs (ISIS)
          2 - Ghab Plain
          1 - Daraa

          and (screen) "birdhouse" kudazh without it ...

          info from: http: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = JdHkdFJ1_y0
          1. Professor
            Professor 24 February 2016 20: 06
            -2
            Quote: cosmos111
            85 ATGM launches in November 2015 year.
            Number of launches by types of anti-tank systems.

            Quote: cosmos111
            profff, but still, about the "birdhouses" I brought all the launches of anti-tank systems, for 3 months ...


            Taking off my hat. hi Such accurate statistics. That would be IDF Tak, otherwise they lost 5 tanks in the war for reasons that they themselves are still not 100% sure. They write: "presumably ATGM". All sorts of commissions were created, the remains were collected. And you have the types of ATGMs up to a single shot. As if they were standing nearby and taking notes. wink



            Quote: cosmos111
            why, it hasn’t been reported, I still posted a picture of the destruction of a jihad mobile by a rocket attacking the upper hemisphere 20.02.16 ...

            It cannot be said with complete certainty that it was Javelin. it could be Helfire, Milan and so on. It is also impossible to say with complete certainty that it was used by the SSA. These could be American "advisers" or their own cold little people.

            Quote: cosmos111
            after application, these devices, video with wrecked tanks, was NOT ....
            especially in bloody battles in the Aleppo region, and there the highest activity is the use of TOW 2 ....
            what say this ????

            I will say that we do not have accurate information about the use and losses. About the birdhouses, the IDF tried this, but ...


  12. otto meer
    otto meer 24 February 2016 12: 36
    0
    And why ours without "armored beams"? Unsignificant like that. laughing
  13. Gnom1990
    Gnom1990 24 February 2016 12: 55
    +1
    Does he have a hole full of holes?
    1. WUA 518
      WUA 518 24 February 2016 13: 38
      +4
      Quote: Gnom1990
      Does he have a hole full of holes?

      The barrel of the gun is closed by a thermal jacket.
      1. Gnom1990
        Gnom1990 24 February 2016 14: 14
        0
        This is understandable, but where are the fountains from?
        1. WUA 518
          WUA 518 24 February 2016 14: 37
          +1
          Quote: Gnom1990
          This is understandable, but where are the fountains from?

          Barrel ejector nozzles.
          1. adma
            adma 24 February 2016 18: 03
            +2
            What nozzles? Water pours out from under a thermoshell. And the nozzles are directed from the receiver into the barrel.
    2. adma
      adma 24 February 2016 17: 59
      +1
      Water flows out from under the housing.
  14. here and there
    here and there 24 February 2016 13: 04
    0
    Oh, how many congratulations on February 23 could be done with these photos)))
    1. Max40
      Max40 24 February 2016 14: 09
      +1
      One (with the first photo where T-80U) !!!
  15. Dangasa
    Dangasa 24 February 2016 14: 43
    +2
    The garbage is complete! what kind of advertising abrams:
  16. PKK
    PKK 24 February 2016 18: 01
    0
    Quote: Kars
    BM Oplot must be added))))))))))

    Why take a photo of him here, I’m afraid of him anyway. Three times you need to flog it seven, until it becomes.
    1. Kars
      Kars 24 February 2016 19: 18
      +1
      Quote: PKK
      In it, three times you need to flog the seven, until it becomes.

      Maybe more)) after all, the only tank with anti-tandem DZ
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 24 February 2016 20: 11
        0
        Already not the only one.
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 24 February 2016 20: 15
        0
        It is interesting what will happen to this and other anti-tandem dynamic defenses when they begin to produce ATGMs with a hardened warhead and a fuse with a moderator, as well as kinetic missiles.
  17. rubidiy
    rubidiy 24 February 2016 18: 02
    +4
    ridiculous selection for fans of "tanks". Zero labor is invested. The meaning of this collection, besides cheap NATO advertising, is slipping away. This flood was eliminated, if not "spam". :)
  18. mayhem
    mayhem 24 February 2016 20: 46
    0
    handsome, you can feel the mosh, there is still not enough armata here, for the sake of complete resounding!)
  19. PSih2097
    PSih2097 25 February 2016 01: 06
    0
    as for me, it was necessary to scatter the tanks according to the names, then the abrash and there are pictures, here is leo, then leclerc and challenger, etc.
  20. Landwarrior
    Landwarrior 27 February 2016 15: 41
    0
    Dismissal ... I will stir up the quiz in "Armatura" wink