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Soviet Combat Materiel
  • Department of the Army
    • U.S. Army Foreign Science and Technology Center, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1974
      • 30 pages
      • 21 photos
"This handout is a compendium of the best available unclassified data."
     Compilation of brief histories, photos and data on then-current Soviet fighting vehicles and artillery.
 
Contents
  • Medium Tanks T-62/T-62A
  • Airborne Assault Guns ASU-57/ASU-58
  • Quad 23mm Self-Propelled Automatic Anti-Aircraft Gun ZSU-23-4
  • Twin 57mm Self-Propelled Automatic Anti-Aircraft Gun ZSU-57-2
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM (BTR-40P)
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM-rkh (BTR-40P-rkh)
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM-U (BTR-40PU)
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM-2 (BTR-40P-2)
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM-2-rkh (BTR-40P-2-rkh)
  • Amphibious Scout Car BRDM-2U (BTR-40P-2U)
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-60P
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-60PA
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-60PB
  • Armored Command Vehicle BTR-60PU
  • Armored Forward Air Control Vehicle
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-50P
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-50PA
  • Armored Personnel Carrier BTR-50PK
  • Armored Command Vehicle BTR-50PU
  • Armored Personnel Carrier OT-62A (TOPAS)
  • Armored Personnel Carrier OT-62B (TOPAS)
  • Armored Personnel Carrier OT-62C (TOPAS-ZAP)
  • Armored Recovery Vehicle WPT-TOPAS
  • Infantry Combat Vehicle BMP
  • Infantry Combat Vehicle BMP-2
  • 122mm Corps Gun M1931/37 (A-19)
  • 122mm Field Gun D-74
  • 100mm Anti-Aircraft Gun KS-19
  • 130mm Anti-Aircraft Gun KS-30

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A good primer on 1970's Soviet weaponry
Scott Shuford (Monrovia, MD) 11/10/2008 7:07 PM
A nice compendium of information on some of the more common Soviet armored vehicles and towed guns of the 1970s. A nice addition to the library of anyone with an interest in Soviet ground combat systems of the cold war era.