Military Equipment Exhibition

Military Equipment Exhibition

A set of photos from the military equipment exhibition in Moscow (May, 2012).

Military Equipment Exhibition

Light tank T-26 with a cylindrical turret (1933-38)

Military Equipment Exhibition

Heavy tank IS-2

Military Equipment Exhibition

Self-propelled artillery weapon ISU-152.

Military Equipment Exhibition

Light tank Prague 38-T (Czech Republic)

Military Equipment Exhibition

Self-propelled artillery weapon  Marder III (Germany)

Military Equipment Exhibition

75-mm self-propelled artillery weapon ArtStorm (Germany)

Military Equipment Exhibition

Medium tank T-III (Germany)

Military Equipment Exhibition

105-mm mountain howitzer of 1940 (Germany)

Military Equipment Exhibition

40-mm automatic anti-aircraft gun Bofors (Poland)

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76-mm canon 1927

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122-mm field howitzer 1910/30

Military Equipment Exhibition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Artillery machine gun armoured sites of an armoured train “Krasnovostochnik”

Military Equipment Exhibition

“The enemy will be defeated!”

Military Equipment Exhibition

Eu №680-96 locomotive

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Eu №680-96.

Military Equipment Exhibition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Medical car

Military Equipment Exhibition

Fighter Ki-43-II (Japan)

Military Equipment Exhibition

Trophy equipment of the Soviet-Japanese war 1945

Military Equipment Exhibition

75-mm mountain gun Tip 94, 1934 (Japan)

Military Equipment Exhibition

Light Japanese tank

Military Equipment Exhibition

Medium Japanese tank

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Medium Japanese tank

Military Equipment Exhibition

Light assaul tank of Japan

Military Equipment Exhibition

Trophy equipment of the Soviet-Japanese war 1945

Military Equipment Exhibition

Military road exposition

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GAZ-AA and a field kitchen

Military Equipment Exhibition

Amphibian Ford GPA (USA)

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Light car GAZ-67B

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Flight trainer Po-2

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Fighter I-15bis

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Fighter Di-6

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Fighter Hurricane (Great Britain)

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Fighter P-63 KingCobra (USA)

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Fighter Hurricane (Great Britain)

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Fighter LaGG-3

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Fighter Bf-109F-2 (Germany).

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Flight trainer Li-2 (based on a flight Douglas DC-3 (USA))

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Flight trainer Li-2

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Air Forces Exposition

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Trainer fighter MiG-15 UTI

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Frontline multi-mission fighter MiG-17 and an interceptor SU-15TM

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Bomber-fighter Su-17UM3

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Bomber-fighter Su-17UM3.

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Interceptor SU-15TM

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Attack plane Su-25

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Antisubmarine helicopter KA-25 PLO

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Light multi-purpose helicopter KA-26LL

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Logistic support helicopter Mi-8

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Combat helicopter Mi-24D

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Torpedo boat of “Kosmomolets” type

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Navy fleet exposition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Navy fleet exposition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Navy fleet exposition

Military Equipment Exhibition

Artillery patrol river armoured motorboat “Shmel”

Military Equipment Exhibition

Location: Moscow

via al-grishin

 

24 thoughts on “Military Equipment Exhibition”

  1. Hello!

    Very easy, during the last weeks of the WW2 the USSR started the invasion of Japanese territories (USSR agreed with the Allies to attack Japan when Germany was completely defeated).

    This hardware was captured during these days among with the Kuril Islands 😉

    Regards

  2. That light tank LT-38 manufacturer is “Praga”, not “Prague” (Praga means Prague in russian, but this tan tank or the company does nothing common with capital city of Czechoslovakia). Marder III is build on the same undercarriage as LT-38, build in occupied part of former Czechoslovakia. And that medium german tank is not T-III, but Panzer III.

    • Actually wiseguy, for the sake of simplicity in Russian literature the names of the German tanks are shortened this way (e.g. Panzer II becomes T-II, etc), but I will have to agree with you about the 38(t) – it is very clear that the one who translated the signs from the museum is not familiar with their subjects.

  3. Because Japan waged two wars against Russia. the first was the Nomohan incident in 1940 and the second the Russo-Japanese War of 1945. It lost both.

  4. PTC -I would say Praga company has quite a lot in common with Prague in Czechoslovakia, since it was a Prague based company 🙂

  5. That Fighter Ki-43-II (Japan) (aka “Oscar”) is a very rare bird…

    I’m surprised that some major museum has not offered a couple of million for it!

  6. Japan has never been under chinese control. The mongols tried twice in the 13th century but failed miserably.

  7. Picture 7 with description 75-mm self-propelled artillery weapon ArtStorm (Germany) is SturmGeschutz (StuG), isnt it?

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