Friday, June 21, 2024

Russia deploys newest Typhoon-K armored vehicles to Syria

Russia’s military has deployed its newest Typhoon-K armored vehicles to Syria. The new Russian Typhoon-K K63968 armored vehicle was spotted during of the military operation in Aleppo.

Early press-service of Russian Defence Forces reported that more than 15 Typhoon-K newest armored vehicles will be introduced in the Western MD reconnaissance formation located in the Nizhny Novgorod Region.

The armored vehicles are designed to secure columns, actions in urban conditions, transporting of special cargos and personnel.

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The vehicle can move across country with the speed of up to 100 km/h. Its endurance distance is up to 1,500 km.

Armored capsule of the vehicle is capable to absorb a 30mm shell hits may contain 16 servicemen and several tons of cargos.

Typhoon-K K63968 armored vehicle in Aleppo

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