I have been a proponent of the Russian tanks, given how their performance during the 1970s and 1980s was good in the middle east and how it slowly went downhill after that. The designs never kept up with the inherent … Continue reading Why are turrets blown off Russian tanks so commonly?
Around 2011, the production of T-90A for the Russian army was coming to an end and a larger number of T-90s had been exported to several countries, some opting for domestic production. Uralvagon design bureau, which after the fall of … Continue reading Revealed: T-90MS
The Soviet Union had 1000s of tanks of various types and variants in its armies, designed to suite different set of requirements. Their tank formations were spearheaded by the T-80 which lead much larger numbers of slightly inferior T-72s and a … Continue reading T-90: The Genesis