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It was used as a command vehicle in the Regimental and Divisional Reconaissence units. Equipped with SA-9 Gaskin surface to air missiles, this vehicle was found in the Regimental Air Defence Batteries.
The model comprises 3 parts - some assembly is required.
There was a tradition of building light amphibious tanks dating back with the local adaptation of the Vickers amphibious 1929 vehicle and the prewar T-37A, T-38 and wartime T-40, all mass-produced.
But these vehicles were quite slow in water and improvements were needed. Kotin from the Kirov Plant and the first tests proved successful.
This was followed by a final prototype built at Kirov Plant in 1950, and after a second campaign, the vehicle was adopted on August 6, 1951, as the PT-76.This range covers the Soviet Army in Central Europe during the mid-1980's, which saw the introduction of state of the art weapons, vehicles and technology which would soon dominate the modern battlefield, while the bulk of the equipment comprised older tried and tested designs dating back to the 1960's and 70's.The BMP-1 is armed with a 73mm gun and an anti-tank missile system, and carries a squad of infantrymen.The model contains parts allowing either the BMP-1 (AT-3) or BMP-1P (AT-4) to be modelled.Some assembly is required Also known as the BRM-1or BMP-R, the BMP M-1976/2 is a specialised reconaissence vehicle, fitted with a surveillance radar and extra radio equipment.