Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by ripptide, Jul 7, 2004.
Russian light amphibeous tank. Here you go unscratched
More fun with tanks, can't have enough of these, ripp
Damn and I just took the USB out of the USB port thinking there would not be anything to DL.
Cool- I have 2 of these in my model (1:87) collection looks just like em
Another beauty, Ripptide -- wasn't this an airdrop AFV as well?
Oz, not from what I have read. http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/russia/pt-76.htm
Oh, isn't that nice, another birthday present, from Ripptide no less
thanks all )
ozy, I think the one you may be thinking of was the BMD (as opposed to BMP). That one was air-droppable for use with the Russian Airborne forces.
You a birthday boy today Zeek? If so, happy birthday )
Blasted 10 character limit... I try to enter a short and to the point complement and they tell me I can't post it...
Ah -- thanks for the citation. I was close, but no cigar:
"The popular PT-76 chassis has also been modified for use in many subsequently developed vehicles, including the BTR-50P and OT-62 series of APCs, the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled antiaircraft gun, the ASU-85 airborne assault gun [...]"
Also @Ripptide -- And you, my friend, were also correct -- from the same site MarineCorps provided on the BMD-1: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/russia/bmd-1.htm
One of a dozen (literly) sites I have bookmarked dealing with modern military tech
Hey, thanks a lot ripptide. Just the hardware Charlie ordered.
I would've thought Charlie would be happier with a T34/85 ...
What I want is one of these:
Very nice looking unit ripp.What era is this from.It kinda looks WWII.
pretty well yep. I believe development started shortly after WW2 and started service in the mid-50's. Lot of them floating (get it...floating gawd I crack me up) around during the Cold War in almost every Russian client state.
i missed this one. straight into the mod it goes.
thank you ripptide
You're both a creative genius and a comedian. Don't stop making units please.
1952 to be exact.
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