By Steven J. Zaloga
The Russian T-72 Ural tank is the main widely-deployed major conflict tank of the present new release. utilized by the armies of the previous Warsaw pact and Soviet Union, it has additionally been exported in huge numbers to some of the states within the heart East. This booklet unearths the formerly mystery background at the back of the tank. Steven J Zaloga examines the stipulations below which the T-72 was once designed and produced. Technical features of the weapon also are mentioned, together with its EDZ reactive armour which, while it first seemed in December 1984, gave NATO a bad surprise.
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