Army 2018: UralVagonZavod displayed modern combat vehicles


Russia’s UralVagonZavod machine-building company within the Russian State Corporation Rostec presented over 20 life-size pieces of military hardware at the Army-2018. These new developments have already proven themselves as good combat vehicles and equipment, Rostec said.


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BMPT Tank Support Combat Vehicle, dubbed "Terminator", displayed by UralVagonZavod at Army-2018 (Picture source: Army Recognition)


Military products of the Rostec enterprises went on view at Rostec’s Demonstration Center in an outdoor exhibition area and the Russian Defense Ministry exposition. The Russian military demonstrated UralVagonZavod’s equipment of a new generation, including the T-14 Armata main battle tank; a tank support combat vehicle (BMPT) “Terminator”, and a 152-mm 2S35 Koalitsiya-SV self-propelled howitzer. The B10M2C armored bulldozer was included in the exposition of the Russian Defense Ministry engineering troops.

UralVagonZavod’s (UVZ) outdoor exposition featured 10 life-size models. These are novelties produced by the UVZ enterprises in Chelyabinsk: the PK55S armored loader ‘CHTZ-Uraltrak’; 5ETS16U remote controlled stabilized two-plane platforms and a mobile workshop for specialized equipment produced by the Elektromash Company.

The MK-Vityaz enterprise presented a two-section DT-10PM conveyor; the Burevestnik central research institute showed an 82-mm 2B24 mortar launcher; 2B25 mortar launcher; a 12.7-mm combat module; and the modernized 120-mm 2S12A mortar system mounted on the chassis of Ural-43206 trucks.


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