9 The 6th Tank Brigade: Technique And Training

The 6th Tank Brigade: Technique And Training

Posted on February 1, 2012 by


“Hoisting crane; Year of issue: 2009”.

A short tour inside.

The commander’s seat.


The coupler-scaffolder’s seat.


Recently, the brigade received this reconnaissance chemical vehicle RKhM-4. Its machine gun is temporary removed.

In this box, there are flags to mark contaminated areas.

They just have to push a button to stick a flag into the ground.

Let’s check it out from the inside too.

Its landing section on the left.

At the front.


The commander’s seat.

The BMO-T.

A new KAMAZ.

A camouflaged fueller.

Their field kitchen.

They can also watch movies here!

Their field laudry tents.


One of their radio receivers.

Another radio receiver.

With this device, they can show movies to the soldiers.

However, commanders prefer to use all these devices as rarely as possible because they are the ones responsible in case they break down. It’s a deep-rooted delusion inherent in the Russian Army and it is time to change their attitude towards modern gadgets.

Construction of a dormitory for the brigade has been temporarily frozen.

Shooting simulators.


A mobile module for gunlayers and the T-80 commanders and the head of the simulator complex.

They simulate both shell and guided missile shooting.

The instructor’s workplace.

The gunlayer’s seat.

The tank’s commander’s seat.

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9 responses to “The 6th Tank Brigade: Technique And Training”

  1. Iggy says:

    Pretty impresive, I must say!

  2. ayaa says:

    The discrepancies between the four tank brigades are a shame.

  3. Danny says:

    Do only Tank Guards units get the T 90 and it’s varients ?

  4. Tovarich_Volk says:

    The exposed batteries in the crane look like an accident waiting to happen.

  5. DouglasU says:

    No money to complete the dorm building?? Why not?

  6. Curt says:

    I was an American tanker 25 yrs ago, and glad we never had to face off. May it continue that way.

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