7 Russian armored vehicle “Typhoon” serving in Russian army

Russian armored vehicle “Typhoon” serving in Russian army

Posted on March 12, 2017 by tim

This armored vehicle is made on a base of KAMAZ truck. It’s a pretty recent addition to Russian army – first units started arriving into regiments only in 2014. So not much photos of it still exist and here are some from different parts of Russia. Also a video inside.

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7 Responses to “Russian armored vehicle “Typhoon” serving in Russian army”

  1. Alain says:

    Let’s hide faces, to make sure nobody can trace Russians in Donbas…

    • Philip Jennings says:

      Don’t worry “Ed”. Your uncontrollable PANIC is safe from the bombs thrown by Kiev to common people in Donbass…

      Try to ask their opinion. It will be interesting.

  2. john dudley says:

    That truck is a monster, it looks tough as nails, you Russian’s have really interesting equipment. I really enjoy seeing these type of posting’s.Thanks much.

  3. Douglas says:

    This truck has been in the testing phase since at least 2013. Here’s a video that shows it in action. https://youtu.be/EXOPdhn17c8

  4. Lipto says:

    Okay. What’s it for?

    High profile, slab-sided, and… rivets? Seriously?

    It appears to be a shape-charge rocket magnet, and powered by a truck underpinnings?

    Whoo! That’s gotta be a hill-climbing Ferrari, right? Right?

    Not amphibious, big as a house…

    I repeat. What’s it for? Suppressing house parties and soccer games?

    • Douglas says:

      These are basically modern troop movers. If you’re infantry you’re going to be assigned to ride in one of these. The days of soldiers out in the open marching as to war….is over.

  5. RB says:

    Coming from a small town in the west that makes something with six wheels, this baby got my attention. The front on this thing is pure science,they would have blown up a few to come up with this design.

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