BTW D have you ever actually been in a Tank of any kind or a BMP? Quick - What was the wooden stick used for that was issued to BMP-1 crews? Also what is that little oval Key Hole used for on the right rear of the T-72/90 just over the back of the tread? Do you know the difference between dead track and live track? Why do we call the T-72M "Dolly Pardon" ? Without gooling the name do you know who Dolly Pardon is? How about some easy ones. What is that little hole in the center front of the chassis of the T-54 and some T-55's? Why not all T-55's? Where does the driver set?
If the auto-loader on the BMP''s grenade launcher gun failed you used the stick.
Dead track is simple hinge connected and lies flat on ground when laid out, live track is connected with bushings and the ends of such a section the ends slightly curve up when laid out.
It seems that you refer to the armor bulges on the front turret face of the T-72M and later models. Dolly Parton is a country music singer noted for her chest attributes. Smart business woman, has an amusement park named Dollywood.
Some T-55s had a small bow machine gun for the driver. Some did not.The driver SITS on the left.
There is a recessed right rear station keeping light on the T-72. Can't say a thing about the T-90 . Haven't seen one yet.
D and some of the other posters appearently get all of their information from the internet and have no basis of actual hands on experience to write from. I'd love for them to go out and break track on a tank so they could at least say they had done that. BTW he has a bad habit of calling people names but doesnt once give any facts except the ones he makes up in his head as you pointed out.
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