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The BTR-MD Rakushka is a new Russian amphibious and airportable armored personnel carrier, designed specially for airborne troops. First batch of 10 vehicles is expected to be delivered in 2013.
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By: Military Today
The M35 army truck was developed in the late 1940s by General Motors Corporation. It was intended to replace wartime vehicles. The design was commonly known as the Eager Beaver. Initial production contract was for 5 000 trucks. First vehicles were delivered to the US Army in 1950. The M35 was planned as an interim vehicle, however as soon as Korean War began, US Army needed these trucks in large n...
The Taifun (typhoon) mine resistant ambush protected vehicle was designed by KamAZ. It's development commenced in 2009. The Taifun is an experimental armored vehicle. It's primary role is to carry troops and cargo under armor. Externally it resembles German Rheinmetall Wisent, however it carries more armor. The Taifun is being proposed for the Russian Army, as well as for possible export customers...
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