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The T-90M model 2017 also nicknamed Proryv-3 is an upgraded variant of the export version of the T-90MS Main Battle Tank (MBT) developed and designed by the Russian Company Uralvagonzavod. The T-90M Model 2017 is improved in term of protection, mobility and fire power. The T-90M was tested by the Russian army during the military exercise Zapad-2017 which was held from the 14 to 20 September 2017.

T-80BV main battle tank
 
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The T-80BV is an upgrade version of the T-80B which entered in service with the Russian armed forces in 1985. At present, Russia`s Ministry of Defense has several thousands of T-80BV tanks, mostly in store. In July 2016, Russia`s Uralvagonzavod scientific-research corporation has announced the development of an upgrade kit to bring the ageing T-80BV/U main battle tanks (MBT) to the level of modern Western MBTs
 

T-72B MBT Main Battle Tank
 
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The T-72B MBT (Main Battle Tank) is developed from the Russian main battle tank T-72A. It was entered in service with the Russian army in 1984. Its turret has a new armour package that provides a much higher degree of protection than any previous model of the T-72 MBT. In addition the glacis plate is provided with 20 mm of appliqué armour.
 

The T-72B3M also called T-72B4 is an upgraded version of the T-72B3 which is the latest modernized version of the Russian-made main battle tank T-72. The T-72B3M project was unveiled for the first time to the public during the Final of International Russian army Tank Biathlon competition in October 2014.

The T-90A is a Russian-made main battle tank and the successor of the standard T-90. T-90As entered service in 2005, replacing the aging T-72s and T-80s and forming the backbone of Russian ground forces.

 T-72AV main battle tank
 
T-72AV main battle tank Russia Russian army defense industry military equipment 640 003 The T-72AV is a modernized version of the Soviet-made main battle tank T-72B. This tank is fitted with new armour, new engine, and new sighting system The T-72AV has entered in service with the Russian armed forces in 1985.
 

The T-72B3 is a development of the standard Russian-made T-72B series currently in service in the Russian army. The T-72B3 has significantly improved its combat characteristics with more fire power, protection, mobility and command controllability.

T-62M main battle tank
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T-62M main battle tank technical data sheet specifications information description pictures photos images video intelligence identification Russia Russian army defence industry military technology equipment
The T-62M is an upgraded version of the standard Russian-made main battle tank T-62. The T-62M main battle tank was adopted in service by the Russian armed forces in 1983. The T-62M is fitted with the Sheksna (US designation AT-12 Swinger) laser beam-riding missile system, passive armour protection, a V-55U engine and the R-173 communications system.
Technical Data Sheet, specifications, description, information, pictures.
 

T-55 main battle tank
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T-55 main battle tank technical data sheet specifications information description pictures photos images video intelligence identification Russia Russian army defence industry military technology equipment
The T-55 is a Soviet-made main battle tank, a derivative of the T-54B, which was adopted for service in 1956 by the Russian armed forces. Developed by Nizhnyi Tagil under the designation Obiekt 155, this is a T-54 with a new turret without the rooftop mushroom ventilator dome. The hull is completely pressurized.
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Technical Data Sheet, specifications, description, information, pictures.
 

The T-14 Armata is a Main Battle Tank (MBT) designed by the Russian Defense Company Uralvagonzavod. The development of the T-14 Armata was launched in 2013, followed by the delivery of a first prototype in 2015. The first reports indicate that the new Armata could be based on the Russian main battle tank T-95 Object 195 and the project tank "Black Eagle" which was presented to the public at the Omsk defence exhibition in 1999.

The T-90MS is the next step in the development of the Russian-made main battle tank T-90. The new T-90MS was presented for the first time to the public during the defence exhibition REA in September 2011. This new tank is a complete modernization of the T-90 by touching all the characteristics of the basic variant to increase its operational capabilities in combat and against modern threats of the battlefield.

The T-90S is an enhanced version of the Russian-made T-90 Main Battle Tank (MBT) to meet the operational requirements of countries in Asia. The T-90S is used by India. The T-90S is the latest development in the T-series of Russian tanks and represents an increase in firepower, mobility and protection.

IMR-2 series Combat engineer obstacle clearing armoured vehicle
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The Russian IMR-2 series of combat engineer vehicles is based on the chassis of the T-72 MBT. The vehicle is designed to be used as obstacle and mine clearing vehicle. There are four main variants, IMR-2, IMR-2M1, IMR-2M2, and IMR-2MA.
The Russian IMR-2 series of combat engineer vehicles is based on the chassis of the T-72 MBT. The vehicle is designed to be used as obstacle and mine clearing vehicle. There are four main variants, IMR-2, IMR-2M1, IMR-2M2, and IMR-2MA.
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IMR-2 variants technical data sheet, description, specification, pictures.
 

The T-90 is a further development of the T-72B main battle tank. The T-90 is equipped with precise weapons laying systems enabling the crew to engage ground and air targets. The T-90 MBT was developed at the Kartsev/Venediktov Bureau, `Vagonka' at Nizhnyi Tagil.

The T-72A is the second generation of Soviet-made main battle tank MBT in the T-72 family. The first version of the T-72 entered production in 1970.

The T-80 is a main battle tank designed and manufactured at the Leningrad Kirov Plant (LKZ) under the direction of Nikolai S Popov, with the prototype being designated the Obiekt 219 . The T-80 is a development of the Russian main battle tank T-64, the T-80 was the first Russian-made main battle tank motorised with gas turbine engine.

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