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2014 Victory Parade rehearsals in Alabino, All Photos Vitaly V. Kuzmin

Buk-M2 air defence system

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Tor-M2U missile system

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5P85T2 TEL for S-400 missile system

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Yars missile system TEL

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Light wheeled evacuation carrier KT-L

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Armoured recovery vehicle BREM-1

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T-90A main battle tank

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(9P78-1 TEL for Iskander-M system

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BTR-80 APC

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GAZ-233014 Tigr

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Thank You Vitaly

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Interesting side-skirts on that MSTA-S.

This is the Latest MSTA, New updated Fire control and other Internal improvements. Note the extra ammo rack.

The latest version in service

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T-90 Russian Victory Parade rehearsals.

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Victory Parade in 2014 in Nizhny Novgorod. All Photos Vitaly V. Kuzmin

UAZ-3151 and T-72B3

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T-72B3

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BMP-2

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BTR-80

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R-166-0,5 signal vehicle on K1Sh1 base

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AMN 233114 Tigr-M armored vehicle

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АМН 233114 Tiger M new version of command and signal vehicle

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BM-27 Uragan MLRS

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BM-21 Grad MLRS

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KAMAZ-6350 with 100mm gun MT-12R

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Ural-43206 with 120mm 2B11 mortar

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T-72B3

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Thank You Vitaly

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Excellent pictures Vitaly - thank you! I have a question to ask about modern Russian armour on parade please.

I want to model a 1/35 T-90A (Meng kit) in parade colours with the new resin 1/35 'Valkyrie' '' Victory Day in Moscow" figures and was wondering if the T-90 is ever seen in these parades with the 'steel' tracks fitted? I ask as given they are running on public roads and to prevent damage, the crews may be ordered to refit them with rubber block tracks? Any help or advice on this matter is appreciated so I can get it right.

Thank you.

Gary

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The rubber blocks are just fitted to the tank for the parade, and removed later.

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Some great pics in this thread MagMan: thanks. I do like that Terminator. Would go well with a Tunguska on my shelf. The 3 tone desert camo Tigers are also very nice....

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A Special version of the T-72B3 for the Tank biathlon. love the colorful paint for this event.

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Hi,

marvellous set of photos, I love these vehicles. Thank you for having posted them.

I often tried to understand what colors can be considered 'standard' on Russian and Soviet vehicles. I think to have identified at least three common shades of green: the darkest one that looks to be a new standard (as on T-90s), the olive green that seems standard some years ago, and a lighter and more yellowish foliage green (something as 4BO).

Anyway I don't understand when the different shades are utilized, and what the factory color should be.

Could anyone help to make some order in my too fragmentary knowledge, please?

Regards

Massimo

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Hi Massimo,

I would suggest you find a photo you like and go with the colours in the Photo. Due to sunlight, fading, dirt and dust the colours look a tad different from time to time.

All Russian vehicles are now officially Green, but still camouflage can be seen. Parade vehicles always spotlessly clean.

As for exact shades I do not have that Information. :bye:

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