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Category TANKS  

The development of British tanks
Despite the fact that "land Dreadnought" was described in detail by Leonardo da Vinci, only with the beginning of mass production of internal combustion engines and the use of tractor chassis in the interests of the army were prototypes of tanks.

Infantry fighting vehicle Darden
Darden BMP can be armed with two launchers monotube anti-tank missiles TOW, mounted on the sides of the tower, which gives it the opportunity to destroy tanks at a distance of up to 3430 m. In 1985, the company IVECO Otobreda and received a contract from the Land Forces Italy to build three prototypes infantry fighting vehicle, capable of effectively operate in conditions of modern warfare.

Light Tanks "Vickers"
Light tank "Vickers", armed with machine guns caliber 7.7 mm and 12.7 mm later-15 mm, was only suitable for reconnaissance tasks.

Heavy Tank T-10
Heavy tank T-10 with anti-aircraft guns on the tower of the ANC. Development of this vehicle started in 1948, the prototype was introduced in 1955, initially as a IP-10. although the production of these tanks was discontinued in 1966, the last machine were withdrawn from service in 1996.

Main Battle Tank type 59
Chinese tank type 59 was actually a copy of the Soviet T-54. Machinery later issues were equipped with night vision devices, as well as external and therefore vulnerable to bullets and shrapnel laser rangefinder.

Armored Car "Minerva"
Belgian armored division "Minerva" in September 1917. All of them are armed with machine guns "Hotchkiss" drew the attention of a large spotlight-seeker. Today, even in Belgium itself, few people know about the armored car "Minerva". Yet it is precisely in the Belgian army for the first time were able to find the most effective ways to combat the use of armored vehicles that had no counterparts until the Second World War.






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