New pictures of next generation of Russian-made T-14 Armata main battle tank at Alabino range

Military defense industry Technology - T-14 Armata MBT
 
New pictures of next generation of Russian-made T-14 Armata main battle tank at Alabino range.
More pictures were unveiled on Internet showing the new generation of Russian-made MBT (Main Battle Tank) T-14 Armata in Alabino test range near Moscow during the rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade which will take place May 9, 2015 on the Red Square. The new MBT T-14 Armata will be one of the star of this military parade.
     
More pictures were unveiled on Internet showing the new generation of Russian-made MBT (Main Battle Tank) in Alabino test range near Moscow during the rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade which will take place May 9, 2015 on the Red Square. The new MBT T-14 Armata will be one of the star of this military parade. New generation of T-14 Armata MBT (Main Battle Tank) at Alabino range for rehearsal of Victory Day 2015 military parade.
     
The turret was covered with a blanket, but the new T-14 Armata uses a new suspensipn with seven road wheels, when compared the suspension of all modern Russian-made MBT which has only six roads as the T-90.

According to some Russian military websites, the main armament of the new T-14 Aramat could include a new generation 125mm extended-length smoothbore gun. It will have an unmanned, remotely controlled turret. It will be digitally controlled by a crewmember located in a separate compartment.

The T-14 weighs around 50 tons and has a 1,500-horsepower gas turbine engine. The tank’s three-man crew operates the vehicle and its weapons from a capsule in the front.

The Armata combat platform has been under design and development since 2009 by Uralvagonzavod headquartered in Nizhny Tagil. The Company is expected to roll out around 500 T-14 Armata tanks per year.

The T-14 Armata will use a new type of lightweight armor designated 44S-SV-SH, developed by Steel Scientific Research Institute enterprise.

Russia will use the same chassis as the T-14 to design and manufacture 13 different combat vehicles. This includes an infantry fighting vehicle, a combat engineering vehicle, a tank support combat vehicle and a self-propelled artillery platform.

Prototypes of heavy armored vehicles based on the Armata combat platform were presented at the defense exhibition Russian Arms Expo in Nizhny Tagil in September 2013
     
More pictures were unveiled on Internet showing the new generation of Russian-made MBT (Main Battle Tank) in Alabino test range near Moscow during the rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade which will take place May 9, 2015 on the Red Square. The new MBT T-14 Armata will be one of the star of this military parade.
 

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