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  • Warrior

  • Design Warrior fighting vehicle began in 1972, the British Army, it was adopted in 1987. This machine is part of a program to enhance BTR values on the battlefield - from simple infantry transporters They should be the main combat vehicles on the battlefield.


  • Wiesel

  • Tank Wiesel was developed specification for light airborne tracked armored vehicle for use Germanic airborne units. The prototype was created Firm Porsche, production began in the late 80s - all Ordered 345 units for the German army (210 of them to be armed with light anti-tank guns). There are two Basic version of the machine - one armed with a standard tool (with 20 charges in stores ready to use), and the other is Armed with a rocket launcher.


  • Wurfkorper MF1 50

  • first missiles mounted on a movable base, were 28 cm and 32 cm Vyurfkerper missiles. Machine (generally it was SdKfz-251), an upgraded thus gained fame Each How-Dhu foso> (Each Land) or Hoylende Kuh (moo cow). This setting has participated in many Battles of World War II. System proved capricious, Rockets - very inaccurate, and guidance is simple - transporter reversal in the direction of the goal.


  • Harrier GR. Mk-3

  • GR. Mk-3 is different from the basic model Harrier GR. Mk-1 upgraded engine Rolls-Royce Pegasus 103 with 9753 kg of thrust.


  • Harrier GR. Mk-7

  • most common model Harrier armed with the Royal Air Force, is GR. Mk 7. By the cooperation of British firm BAE and American McDonnell Douglas resulted in the need to improve the limited flight range and capacity of aircraft GR. Mk-W, while the U.S. Marine Corps needed an aircraft capable to replace the aging A-4 Skyhawk.


  • T. Hawk Mk-1

  • Camolet Hawk became one of the biggest successes of the British aviation industry over the past three decades. The key to success was above all the exceptional reliability of the aircraft and very modest requirements for its maintenance (it has the lowest volume of jet works on flight operations per one flight hour). Plane is relatively cheap to it there is a great range of optional attachments.


  • T. Hawk Mk-1A

  • With extensive park training aircraft Hawk T. Mk-1 for flight training, RAF also used for the same purpose a modification of this machine, Hawk T. Mk 1A. These aircraft are used units tactical weapons number 1 and number 2, previously based in Brody and Chivenor, and now united in summer training school in the Valley.


  • Hummel

  • Installing Hummel is a hybrid created by buildings Tanks and PzKpfw-III - IV. He had a light armored open-topped superstructure and was given German tank and motorized divisions for support.


  • JAPAN 1000-1200 gg

  • In the first half of the XI century the most powerful clan in Japan remained Fujiwara. Although the country as a whole it was a period of relative peace and prosperity, the feud between the clans Tai Mr. Minamoto and led to con- continuously minor skirmishes between the feudal lords.


  • SOUTH AFRICA 1000-1200 gg

  • In the XI century built near Zimbabwe (which means the language of the Bantu stone dwellings) became ceremonial and religious center of the great empire Karan-ha, occupying the inland area of irregular shape, reaches about three hundred kilometers across.


  • SOUTH INDIA 1000-1200 gg

  • In the first half of XI century Chola dynasty distributed (based on both land and sea combat operations) its already significant impact on all of the Deccan Plateau.


  • WEST AFRICA 1000-1200 gg

  • 1054-1076 gg. CONQUEST Almoravids in West Africa. This militant Berber Muslim sect conquered much of West Africa.


  • WESTERN EUROPE 1000-1200 gg

  • ENGLAND dynastic struggle of the Saxons, Danes and Normans, 1000-1066 gg. In the early century capable ruler of Denmark King Sven-Wee loborody advantage impotence Saxon King Ethelred indecision and began the conquest of England, completed by his son Knut, a brilliant ruler and military leader, who ascended the throne after the death of the eldest son of Ethelred, Edmund II Ironsides.


  • Antiaircraft self-propelled ZSU-23-4 SHILKA

  • Analyzing the results of the 1973 war in the Middle East, foreign military observers noted that the first three days of fighting, the Syrian missile troops killed about 100 Israeli aircraft. According to them, it was because the heavy fire automatic ZSU-23-4 Soviet-made Israeli pilots forced to withdraw from the low altitudes where exactly was the area of action anti-aircraft missiles.


  • Antiaircraft missile complex Tunguska

  • Tunguska M1 air defense missile system military pride Russian scientific thought. As if from a science fiction cyborg fabulous Block Buster on the move, he knocks down all that can fly or shoot at all to move on land.


  • Antiaircraft missile systems Strela-10M3 9K35M3

  • Between 1977 and 1989 anti-missile system Strela-10SV repeatedly subjected to modernization, primarily by improving the homing missiles, rocket launching equipment, development of automated equipment for receiving and processing targeting.


  • Antiaircraft missile systems TAN-SAM (ROUND 81)

  • Japanese SAM Tan-SAM is designed for defense of critical countries, as well as military airfields, naval bases, etc. tactical and technical requirements for the development and creation of a complex air defense command was formulated ground forces (Japan Ground Self-Defence Force-JGSDF) 1966 Research and prototyping of individual systems of the complex was completed in 1969 in the first half 70s were tested all complex systems separately, and successfully tested the whole complex was completed in 1978-1979.


  • Liquid armor infantryman

  • The basic idea of the vest not changed much over the last few thousand years. First, the armor stops bullets or projectiles, and does not bring damage to the human body.


  • ZIL-131

  • ZIL-131 was launched in the 1966 ZIL-157 instead. Able carry 4 tons of cargo over rough terrain and Tow about the same load, the ZIL is equipped with a standard tire inflation system automatically.


  • SPAR C-1 carapace

  • Instrument Design Bureau (KBP) has begun to develop a universal anti-aircraft missile and artillery complex intended to cover short distances on important strategic military and industrial installations.


  • ZRPK 2S16 TUNGUSKA

  • ZRPK Tunguska , is designed for the air defense of motorized rifle and tank units on the march and in all forms of combat, provides low-flying air targets defeat, including hovering helicopters.


  • ZSU-23-4

  • 3CU-23-4 was developed in the mid 60s to replace 3CU-57-2. Although this setting and has a smaller range of fire, Availability radar and increased rate makes it very efficiency.


  • ZSU-57-2

  • ZSU-57-2 is the first high-volume Soviet antiaircraft self-propelled guns after World War II. Casework - Lightweight chassis of the T-54 with a reduced booking, distinctive feature of the machine was a large, open at the top Tower.


  • Skayuorrior A-3

  • Model A-3 "Skayuorrior" was developed by a team led by Ed Heinemann, the legendary designer of the company "Douglas". It was the first carrier-based bomber, he had to act with the aircraft carriers of "Forrestal" (launched in 1948). The wings and tail of the car folded hydraulically, allowing to minimize the space occupied by the aircraft on the deck.


  • A-6 Intruder

  • created based on one of 11 competitive projects (December 1957), Forward "Intruder" was intended to "blind" attacks on ground targets in bad weather or at night. The plane was designed to fly with a transonic speed and is equipped with two powerful turbojet engines.


  • A-10A Thunderbolt-II

  • Model A-10A - USAF result of the program, began in 1967 and involves the development of a heavily armed aircraft close air support to replace the A-1 machine "Skayrayder.


  • B-66 Destroyer

  • Korean War has demonstrated that the U.S. Air Force need, tactical bomber with high performance characteristics. Firm "Douglas" has received an order for which was designed and B-66 "Destroyer", and originally planned to Air Force command only upgrade model A-ZD, the armament of the fleet.


  • EA-6 Prauler

  • U.S. Navy rarely performs percussion tasks without support aircraft jamming EA-6. This aircraft is based on the Model A-6 "Intruder", although in many respects differs from the prototype.


  • EF-111A Raven

  • During the Vietnam War, the greatest threat to U.S. Navy aircraft were land-based missiles with radar guidance system, which the Soviet Union supplied North Vietnamese troops.


  • EF-2000 Eurofighter Typhoon

  • agreement to develop a joint fighter "Eurofighter" was signed by Great Britain, West Germany and Italy in May 1988 Spain joined the agreement in November of the same year.




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