Tanks & Armoured Vehicles
The modernised tank is a battle, armoured, tracked vehicle with high cross-country manoeuverability. It is designed to destroy tanks and other armoured targets or enemy troops. It is equipped with a 125 mm cannon with a smooth barrel stabilised in two levels with a range of fire up to 8 rounds a minute with automated loading system.
The medium T-72 tank is a battle tracked vehicle with high cross-country manoeuverability. It is designed to destroy tanks and other armoured targets or enemy troops. It is equipped with a 125 mm cannon with a smooth barrel having the range of fire of 4,500 meters. With the use of a 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine gun, it is possible to attack low-flying targets. A 7.62 mm machine gun is coaxial with the cannon. Systems capable of protecting the crew against the effects of mass destruction weapons are incorporated within the tank.
The medium tank T-55/54 is a combat track vehicle, originally of the Russian make. The system was developed and produced in series in former USSR since 1955. From 1964, this tank was produced in Poland under the licence, a year later the production was launched also in Czechoslovakia.
This is an improved version of the BVP type vehicle (international acronym: BMP). Another type of track is used together with a new design of running gear shock absorbers. It is designed to attack armoured targets including tanks, combat helicopters and manpower.
This system is designed for the transport of a squad of anti-aircraft gunners and is equipped with a portable anti-aircraft set. In some cases, it is replaced by a cross-country Land Rover vehicle.