Hello everyone, Slovak player Elnorka was kind enough to share some pictures from his trip to Piešťany military museum in Slovakia, which focuses on vehicles, used by the Czechoslovak army. I think some are pretty interesting. Also, thank you all for sending me many, many photos – from Munster, Overloon, Latrun, Saumur and others. I will post them all eventually. T-72 model – a military school item for teaching the soldiers about tank construction 2S4 Tulpan – Soviet self-propelled 240mm mortar T-72M1 – a Slovak upgraded T-72, license-produced in Martin (Slovakia) between 1986 and 1991 (cca 1000 were built). Compared to the original “monkey model”, it had improved hull and turret armor with ceramic rods and improved suspension. VT-55A – Armored recovery vehicle T-55AM2 – one of the last Czechoslovak T-55 upgrades with improved armor, fire control system and other modern features, produced from 1985 to 1990 BRDM-2 with AT missiles BVP-2 – license-produced BMP-2, made in Slovakia between 1987 and early 90′s (1996?), number of produced vehicles is unknown, allegedly around 300. SU-25 Frogfoot Czechoslovak MiG-21 OT-64A SKOT – a Polish/Czechoslovak armored transporter (SKOT – in Czech “Bovine” – in this case means a shortcut for “Medium Wheeled Transport”) Czechoslovak T-34/85 JT-34 – Czechoslovak crane tank, built on T-34 chassis, produced between 1962 and 1966, 150 were made Vz.77 DANA – Czechoslovak-developed 152mm wheeled artillery (actually, I am not sure here, but I think this is it) SD-100 – license-produced SU-100

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