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|Infantry fighting vehicle M-80
On the picture, taken before the collapse of Yugoslavia, BMP M-80 in the parade. The tower shows two ATGM Baby. Use the same engine as in French AMX-10P. The first Yugoslav armored vehicle of its own design and production became M60R.
MANUAL REPEATER RIFLES 1900-1945
Due to the combat limitations of late 19th century rifles, early 20th century gun designers began to shorten the barrels of rifles to produce "carbine" models.
Will World War III?
currently deployed world analysts dispute as likely to develop a new world war. Another reason for such discussions began plans to place on the Turkish-Syrian border missile system Patriot.
Small-caliber, manportable gunpowder weapons began to emerge as early as the 1340s and 50s. The early hand-gonne consisted of a bronze or iron barrel supported beneath the armpit by either an integral metal extension or, more commonly, by a wooden stave that was attached to the barrel.
Talented students iPad replace machine
list of "non-standard" military structures, such as sports and music divisions teams may soon enlarged by new staff units - research a company . There want to bring together the most talented students who, without leaving college and university walls, will work together with their teachers to perform research and development work commissioned and financed by the Ministry of Defense.
Money for rearmament and Navy need twice
remission of 20 trillion to rearm the army and navy is clearly not enough. Currently strategic target setting for the future is the requirement of the Presidential Decree of the Russian Federation from May 7, 2012 number 603 to provide equipment of the Armed Forces, other troops, military formations and bodies of modern armaments, military and special equipment, increasing by 2020 their share to 70 percent.
Match kiloton class
By the end of the 90s every member of the "nuclear club" faced with the problem of aging in their arsenals. During an official visit to Moscow in 2001, former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in an interview assesses the current state of affairs: " There may be problems with the reliability and security of weapons.