New Weapons: Russia to Deploy Wheeled Tank with Heavy Cannon

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New Weapons: Russia to Deploy Wheeled Tank with Heavy Cannon
ARKADY SAVITSKY | 10.03.2018

New Weapons: Russia to Deploy Wheeled Tank with Heavy Cannon

Each weapon system boasts particular features and aptitudes for carrying out the specific missions it was designed for. For instance, it’s much easier to steer wheeled vehicles. This advantage translates into better maneuverability in comparison with tracked systems. The wheeled versions are cheaper, faster, more agile, and lighter in weight. The smaller number of components that could potentially be damaged enhances its survivability. Wheels can be produced using various materials in orderto fitthe environmental conditions.Tracks are better suited for rugged terrain, plus they have other strong points. Robots use both – wheels and tracks – depending on their mission.But a wheeled tank with a heavy gun is a new type of military hardware. Russia’s Zvezda TVchannel claims that Russia will be the first country to add that to its army’s arsenal. The project will…

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