12 Russian And Soviet Military Engines

Russian And Soviet Military Engines

Posted on June 15, 2011 by team


The self-propelled artillery mounting 2S7 “Pion”. The technology museum of Vadim Zadorozhnogo (village Ilinskoe, Moscow). The postwar period (1946-1974)

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12 Responses to “Russian And Soviet Military Engines”

  1. testicules says:

    This museum actually looks like it is good shape.

  2. karadakid says:

    One more pic of the anti-submarine missile please!

  3. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Too many pictures of too few things.

  4. Jeff Pigden says:

    An antisubmarine missile with no propulsion system, not likely!

  5. xoxo says:

    super duper boring.

  6. Cheburator says:

    Usually I enjoy military pics on this website, but some posts (like this one) show too much detail of the same weapon. There are websites for hobby modellers who cannot get enough of such fine details, but this is not such a site.

  7. Zonda says:

    Good post for those guys who build scale replica of this things.

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