Russian main battle tanks and heavy armoured of Russia
The T-80BVM is a modernized version of the T-80BV main battle tank developed by Russia. The tank is designed to be a highly mobile and versatile tank, capable of engaging in various combat scenarios, from urban to rural warfare. This tank is equipped with advanced armament, protection, and mobility systems, making it a formidable force on the battlefield.
The T-80U is an improved version of the Russian-made T-80 MBT (Main Battle Tank) that entered into service with the Russian army in 1985. The production of the T-80U was stopped in 1992 but Ukraine continued to produce the tank.
The T-64 is the second generation of Soviet-made main battle tank introduced in the early 1960s. It introduced a number of advanced features including composite armor, a compact engine and transmission, and a smoothbore 125mm gun equipped with an autoloader to allow the crew to be reduced to three so the tank could be smaller and lighter.
The T-72B1MS dubbed “White Eagle” is an upgraded version of the T-72B MBT Main Battle Tank that was unveiled in Moscow during the defense exhibition “Engineer Technologies” in June 2012. The tank was developed, designed, and manufactured by the Russian Company UralVagonZavod.
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 terms of protection, mobility and firepower. The T-90M was tested by the Russian army during the military exercise Zapad-2017 which was held from 14 to 20 September 2017.
The T-80BV is an upgrade version of the T-80B which entered into 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 aging T-80BV/U main battle tanks (MBT) to the level of modern Western MBTs
The T-72B MBT (Main Battle Tank) is developed from the Russian main battle tank T-72A. It was entered into service with the Russian army in 1984. Its turret has a new armor 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 armor.
The Russian-made T-72B3M (also called T-72B4) is an upgraded version of the T-72B3 which is the latest modernized version of the T-72 main battle tank. The T-72B3M project was unveiled to the public during the Final of the 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.
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The T-64BV is a modernized version of the T-64B main battle tank with an armor upgrade package. The T-64B version was adopted in service in 1976. The T-64BV featured enhanced anti-radiation protection and add-on explosive reactive armor. The production of the T-64BV has started 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 firepower, protection, mobility, and command controllability.
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 armor protection, a V-55U engine, and the R-173 communications system.
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 Nizhniy 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.
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 the 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-62 is a Russian-made main battle tank and further development of the main battle tank T-55. The T-62 was produced between 1961 and 1975. It became the standard main battle tank in the Russian armed forces and the Warsaw pact during the cold war.
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.
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The T-90 tank is a further development of the T-72B Main Battle Tank (MBT). 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.
T-72M1M main battle tank
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.