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The 2S3 Akatsiya is a Russian-made 152 mm self-propelled howitzer based on a tracked armored vehicle. The first two prototypes of the 2S3 were completed by late 1968 and testing continued through to 1969 but problems were encountered with contamination in the turret so an additional four improved systems were built. The system was accepted for service with the Russian army in December 1971.

2S31 Vena self-propelled mortar carrier armoured vehicle
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2S31 Vena self-propelled mortar carrier data sheet specifications information intelligence pictures photos images description identification Russian army Russia tracked military armoured vehicle
The 2S31 "Vena" is one of the latest Russian developed self-propelled artillery unit developed in 1996. It is based on the chassis of BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle and is mostly intended for motorized battalions fitted with the BMP-3 vehicles fire support.
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2S35 Koalitsiya-SV 152mm self-propelled tracked howitzer
 
2S35 Koalitsiya-SV 152mm tracked self-propelled howitzer Russia Russian defense industry military technology 640 004
The 2S35 Koalitsiya-SV is a new generation of Russian-made self-propelled tracked howitzer based on the 2S19 chassis fitted with a new turret. Some few months ago Russia unveiled a twin-barreled self-propelled howitzer under the name of 2S35, but the project was cancelled.
 

The 2S6 Tungunska 2K22, NATO reporting name SA-19 grison, is a Russian-made self-propelled air defense system that combines gun and missile armament. The development of the 2S6 Tunguska began in 1970 after a request by the Russian army for a new self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon system to replace the old ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun.

The 2S7 Pion M-1975 (Soviet name SO-203) is a tracked 203mm self-propelled gun designed and manufactured by the Russian defense industry. The 2S7 chassis was developed by the Kirov Factory under the designation of the Obiekt 216, with the gun and mount being developed by the Barrikady plant. The 2S7M is a modernized version of the previous 2S7 using the same 203mm cannon but with many new improvements.

2S9 Nona-S 120mm self-propelled mortar carrier vehicle
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2S9 Nona-S SO-120 120mm self-propelled mortar carrier system technical data sheet specifications information description pictures photos images video intelligence identification Russia Russian Military army defence industry military technology equipment
The 2S9 also named Nona-S (Russian name SO-120) is a 120mm self-propelled mortar carrier designed and manufactured in Russia. The first was unveiled for the first time to the public during a military parade in May 1985. The vehicle was used mainly by the airborne troops to replace conventional artillery systems and to provide also a light anti-tank vehicle.
 
 

Phlox Floks 120mm wheeled self-propelled howitzer / mortar carrier
 
Phlox Flox 120mm 6x6 wheeled self-propelled howitzer mortar carrier Ural-4320 Russia Russian defense industry army 640 001
The Phlox (Floks) is 120mm wheeled self-propelled mortar carrier developed and designed by the Russian JSC Central Research Institute Burevestnik, a subdivision of UralVagonZavod. The Phlox was unveiled during Army 2016, the International Military Technical Forum which was held near Moscow (Russia) from the 6 to 11 September 2016.
 

The Tornado-S 9K515 is a modernized version of the soviet-made BM-30 Smerch 300mm MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) that entered into service with the Russian armed forces in 1987. It is designed and manufactured by the Russian company Motovilikhinskie Zavody. The Tornado-S was approved for service in July–August 2016 and the first rocket launchers were ordered by the Russian army in the summer of 2019.

ZSU-23-4 Shilka tracked self-propelled gun anti-aircraft armoured vehicle
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ZSU-23-4 Shilka tracked self-propelled anti-aircraft gun technical data sheet description information intelligence pictures photos images Russia Russian army armoured vehicle
The ZSU-23-4 "Shilka" is a Russian lightly armored, self-propelled, radar-guided anti-aircraft weapon system (SPAAG). The ZSU-23-4 Shilka was developed in the early 1960s and was first seen in public during a parade in Moscow in November 1965.
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