Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Numerous interesting exhibits can be found in the internal yard of the Armed Forces Museum. Often visitors come directly to the museum itself and miss this exposition nearby. Let us see what exhibits are shown there.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

A universal single mount deck gun (1941) and AA-mount AK-230.

Weapons of The Recent Past

An air-launched torpedo of 1936

Weapons of The Recent Past

Quintuple torpedo tubes.

Weapons of The Recent Past

The armored board participated in the military actions of 1943.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Rocket launcher.

Weapons of The Recent Past

The trench mortar was used in 1942.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

ML-20 cannon.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Howitzer weapon,1931.

Weapons of The Recent Past

This is not what you actually thought but an air mine.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Sea mine.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Anti-ship missile, 1959.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Surface-to-air missile launcher.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Ballistic rocket.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Defending guided missile installation, 1971.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Antiaircraft complex.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Short-range missile.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Mobile mortart,1972.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Antiaircraft guided missile C-125.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Antiaircraft guided missile C-200.

Weapons of The Recent Past

CC-20.

Weapons of The Recent Past

SU-27, 1986.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Il-28, 1948.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

MiG-17, 1951.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Mi-24A.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Japanese cannon,1930.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Radiolocation sets.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Cannon,1939.

Weapons of The Recent Past

Weapons of The Recent Past

Such museums are really important as they remind us of the past that must not be forgotten. Because it is said that those who don’t remember their past will have no future.

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8 thoughts on “Weapons of The Recent Past”

  1. well said!!!! Nice collection of russian Heavy-Metal! AND the last KV-2 wordwide except for Kubinka,…dont know if they have one???!!!!!

    • A lot of countries have museums dedicated to military equipment. However, they won’t count as “arms states” (whatever that means), unless the almighty MAC/Mercal says so.

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