Russian War Vehicles stuck in the mud during the invasion of Ukraine – Who does not know Russia. This cool country is famous all over the world. Not only because of its military strength but also many great scientists were born from there. If anyone agrees that America and China are superpowers, perhaps Russia is another superpower. This time Russia again seized the world’s attention. Russia – entering its third day – invaded Ukraine for several reasons. It’s interesting to see how their war vehicles make their way down the road to Ukraine – of course, we’re a little bit off the suffering in the war between the two countries.
Russian War Vehicles stuck in the mud during the invasion of Ukraine
The exercise was meant to simulate the defense of a city from an invasion. The Russian army has stated it will investigate how such an incident happened and make sure it doesn’t happen again in future drills. This is not the first time that tanks have gotten stuck in the mud, so this isn’t necessarily a newsworthy event on its own behalf; however, if anything like this were to arise during real military maneuvers that could put Russia’s main battle tank at risk, perhaps something more serious would be brought up as concern by Moscow.
The report comes from a video posted on February 10, 2022, by Liveuamap which was allegedly taken at the time the tank was being targeted for a rescue operation. The video shows about 12 tanks being rescued from the deep mud by a man in plainclothes using an excavator to recover them.
— Liveuamap (@Liveuamap) February 10, 2022
The T-72B3 is likely to have a 125mm smoothbore cannon and an improved fire control system that can also engage targets at distances up to 4km. The tank will be equipped with new thermal imaging sights, laser range finders, and digital ballistic calculators which offer greater accuracy when firing.
This tank variant includes increased armor plating on the front and sides of the hull, as well as wire cage armor at the rear of the tank for increased protection against rocket-propelled grenade attacks. This is a necessary addition due to an increasing trend in urban warfare for tanks to be used in close quarters with infantry and other ground forces.
After combat experience in Ukraine, Georgia, and Syria, Russia has upgraded its T-90 tanks. The tank’s new engine provides 1,130 horsepower while the chassis itself is tougher with an improved armament system. Other improvements include a digital display screen as well as a rearview camera.