Military

The armed forces of a country. Military equipment, tanks, bmp, btr, navy, aviation, tractors.

Ural-5920

Tracked snowmobile transporter for cargo transportation on unpaved roads and terrain, including snowy off-road, overwatered and swampy terrain. Development of the all-terrain vehicle was started in 1970 on the basis of the NAMI-0157M heavy-duty snowmobile. In 1976, a pilot batch…

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MAZ-7906

Development of the lightweight 150-ton eight-axle super chassis MAZ-7906 (16×16) began in 1983. The first model 7906 was assembled at the end of June 1984 and entered the acceptance tests, by the end of the year it was followed by…

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MAZ-7907

No resources were spared to create a nuclear shield in the USSR. So in the 80’s appeared a huge 24-wheel MAZ designed to transport and launch intercontinental missiles capable of hitting the United States. Characteristics MAZ-7907 Length: 28 187 Width:…

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Oshkosh PLS

Oshkosh PLS (Palletized Load System) and LVSR (Marine Corps Logistic Vehicle System Replacement) are U.S. Army and USMC standardized cargo transportation systems (all standardized NATO classes) based on 5-axle modification of the 10×10 HEMTT truck with a multilift loading and…

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KrAZ-260

The KrAZ-260 is a three-axle large-tonnage cross-country truck designed for transportation of cargoes, personnel and towing trailers on off-road roads and highways of all categories. The development of the KrAZ-260 off-road truck began in the KB of the Kremenchug automobile…

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Oshkosh M911

Oshkosh M911 8×6 is a quarry dump truck with payload capacity of 40 tons. It is designed for transportation of minerals in quarry conditions, transportation of bulk cargoes, as well as various bulk construction, industrial cargoes in places with undeveloped…

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M977 HEMTT

The HEMTT (Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck) is an eight-wheeled diesel-powered tactical truck with a weight rating of 9,100 kg. The M977 HEMTT entered service with the U.S. Army in 1982 as a replacement for the M520 Goer, and has…

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MAZ-7911

MAZ-7911 “Oplot-A” – the first basic 20-ton long wheelbase 650-horsepower chassis with two cabins and a power unit placed behind them, designed for installation of military bodies and special superstructures. In terms of design it was a reinforced version of…

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MAZ-543 (MAZ-7310)

The MAZ-543 or MAZ-7310 is a successful project of the USSR military-automotive industrial complex, which appeared in the 1960s and is still being produced today. In the 1960s, the Soviet Union recovered from the aftermath of World War II and…

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NAMI-ET8 (NAMI-094)

In the early 60s, the experimental transporter ET-8 was considered the personification of high development and a role model for the USSR. This eight-wheeled giant had foreign roots, written off from the 1956 model of the American company Four Wheel…

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MAZ-7904

In the Soviet Union, Belarus was responsible for the development of heavy multi-axle military equipment. The unusual projects of Minsk designers include the gigantic 140-ton 12-wheel chassis MAZ-7904. Created as part of the work on the Tselina project. The carrier…

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MAZ-537

Truck tractor manufactured in 1958 – 1964 with a permissible load on the coupling device of 25 tons. It served as part of road trains with a gross weight of up to 90 tons. It towed low-frame 65-ton semi-trailers for…

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Bushmaster

Access to the car was through a door in the aft armor plate of the hull, in the roof of the cabin 5 hatches. In front of the front hatch there is a nest for a 5.56 or 7.62 mm…

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Volvo C304

The C304 does have 5 door closed body or a chassis cab with a special body, alternative type designations are Tgb 13 and C03 6×6-1-V. The chassis cab version of the C304 is in use with different bodies, these include…

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ЗИЛ-132

3-axle all-terrain vehicle ZIL-132 on arched tires, 1960-1962 release. The appearance of the car was taken from the ZIL-131 truck that was then in service with the Soviet army, with only one difference, the wheels were large arched tires with…

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