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Russian AA
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No: 2947   Contributor: Bruce   Year: 2010   Manufacturers: KMZ, ZTS   Country: South Africa
Russian AA

Found in a dark corner.
July 2010 Shool of Armour, Tempe Base, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Picture added on 16 October 2010 at 08:47
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Hi Bruce,
Do you have some more data on this vehicle?
It looks very interesting and very modern.
Regards,
Alf

Added by Alf van Beem on 16 October 2010.
the bottom bit looks like a BMP1.The turret looks extremely interesting, with a cannon and ATGW.

Added by Roger Greenaway on 16 October 2010.
This was a concept infantry combat vehicle in 2005, with an ATE automatic turret on a BMP1 chassis. Never went into production.

Added by Roger Greenaway on 19 October 2010.
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