Military Treasury of Moscow

Military Treasury of Moscow

Bomb-throwing guns

Military Treasury of Moscow

406mm self-propelled gun of special power SM-54 “Kondensator-2P”. While shooting the recoil force was that much that the gun moved several meters backwards. Combat weight – 64 t, weapon mass – 20 t, shooting range – 25600 m, shell RDC-41 weight – 41570 kg.

Military Treasury of Moscow

Soviet short-range air defence system S-125 “Neva”.

Military Treasury of Moscow

Military Treasury of Moscow

Medium-range missile launcher RSD-10 “Pioneer”

Military Treasury of Moscow

MiGs

Military Treasury of Moscow

Small amphibian tank T-38, 1936

Military Treasury of Moscow

Ka-27 – a Soviet multi-purpose ship helicopter. Its main task – search and destruction of submarines.

Military Treasury of Moscow

German 158mm 6-barrel rocket projector

Military Treasury of Moscow

Armoured locomotive, 1896

Military Treasury of Moscow

Light armoured vehicle BA-64, 1942. Armour thickness – 12 mm, equipped with a 7,62 mm gun, crew – 2 persons.

Military Treasury of Moscow

MiG 21-SM, 1968

Military Treasury of Moscow

MiG 21F-13

Military Treasury of Moscow

Mi-24A. Soviet combat-transport helicopter.

Military Treasury of Moscow

MiG 15 in the foreground

Location: Moscow

via dmitrydreamer

10 thoughts on “Military Treasury of Moscow”

  1. “shell RDC-41 weight – 41570 kg.”

    OMG, that’s the weight of an average ICBM (the actual projectile weight was about half a ton. And it was not loaded with a usual TNT, of course)

  2. Your photo – centrarmforces001-31.jpg, your description – Grenade Machine Gun SPG-9, 1963; correct description 105mm recoilless rifle.

  3. “Remains of an American air scout Lockheed U-2 knocked in May, 1st, 2961 under Sverdlovsk.”
    Wow, they seem got it over 900 years from now…

  4. Russians will not hold such big territory for centuries if they not know how to fight.

    BTW, this: http://media.englishrussia.com/112012/armedforsmus/centrarmforces001-38.jpg

    are dashboard form “Vostok” spaceship.

  5. Remains of an American air scout Lockheed U-2 knocked in May, 1st, 2961 under Sverdlovsk.
    It is wrong change date 🙂

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