The combat vehicles are reported to belong to a unit of the Central Military District. The equipment was released quite recently, it came to the combat contact line almost from the assembly line.
One of the fighters fighting on such an “eightieth” fighter noted that a big plus is the installation of a thermal imager on it, which provides good visibility at night.
The plot also showed the firing of a 125-mm gun, the results of which were recorded on a special monitor of the gunner-operator.
In addition, the front parts of the fenders have been reinforced with new dynamic protection elements, and the side windows have also been considerably strengthened.
The T-80BVM is often referred to as a “jet” due to the fact that it is equipped with 1,250 horsepower gas turbine engines that provide excellent speed and maneuverability, even over uneven terrain. For example, on a highway, a tank can accelerate to 70 km/h.
Earlier it was reported about the further improvement of the T-72B3M and T-90M, which, first of all, additionally increased resistance to all types of NATO anti-tank ammunition.
On other material from the Uralvagonzavod assembly shops, a tank with a device resembling a course machine gun was seen.