17 Another Forest Full of Abandoned Equipment

Another Forest Full of Abandoned Equipment

Posted on November 30, 2013 by team

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17 Responses to “Another Forest Full of Abandoned Equipment”

  1. Jerry says:

    I wanna one of those 8×8 monsters :D not one maibye two :D

  2. JON says:

    Come on men, STOP WITH THAT :)Gosh, I would love be there. Pimp my MAZ 537 god damn so many good stuff

  3. scud-werfer says:

    I really am sooo interestet in older tecnology. i would love to own those big MAZs….

  4. alessio215 says:

    europe needs iron

    sell it to be smelted in Ukraine Donetsk

  5. Denis says:

    what a waste!!!

  6. George says:

    I hope somebody looks at those electronics, with the right stuff, you could make some pretty good money selling them. NIXI tubes are in high demand. Tubes in general too, good ones.

  7. bfyltz says:

    Why is there so much abandoned equipment in Russia? Is it because there was no significant profit potential for the oligarchs that seized all the state assets?

  8. Jean says:

    You can recycle all parts of everything standing and build new from it and giving a lot of people a lot of work.Also you have a cleaner forest wich you can walk with your children.

  9. Marek says:

    I still can’t imagine how on earth can anybody leave such expensive equipment just to rust in grass :/. Russia is reaaallllyyyy rich country I suppose.

  10. Stef says:

    Former Maintenace center for old R-98 (AA-3 ‘Anab’)
    air to air missiles.

  11. trance says:

    You can cellect up the tubes and sell them to China~
    The equip and toubes looks are in very good condition~

  12. tadas says:

    Guys guys.. By definition 95% of military equipment will not serve its purpose (and that’s a good thing, war is hell). The only difference from western world countries is that Russia is probably not very good at recycling.

  13. Olivier says:

    Whaoooo, i like these old components. Why nobody protect them.
    Is it possible to come and see in real?

  14. Aaron says:

    Some of those 8X8’s look like mobile antennas. Stop truck, deploy antenna. Obsolete and if you buy a new one its probably better to buy a new one for your expensive antenna then put your multi million dollar radar on an old truck. Cant imagine why no one has taken more stuff. Arent those missiles made of aluminum?

  15. Chris says:

    So much effort and money wasted, can we live in peace on this planet?

  16. Knox says:

    Damn i would love to have spare parts from so much many of these vehicles to make my own creative monster truck

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