Russian T-90 tank is suspected to have been accidentally hit by friendly anti tank missiles? Failed to penetrate

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 Russian T-90 tank is suspected to have been accidentally hit by friendly anti tank missiles? Failed to penetrate


The picture of Russian T-90 tank hit by missiles circulated on the Internet

Foreign media also reported that the T-90 tank was hit by a 9m133 short anti tank missile launched by a Russian BMP-2 infantry combat vehicle. From the scene pictures, the T-90 tank was hit at the back of the turret, but the missile failed to penetrate the armor. It may be that the additional reaction armor successfully defended the anti tank missile. However, the right skirt of the tank was burned in a large area, and the surface of the car body was also partially damaged.

In September 2020, during an exercise at a training ground in Astrakhan area, the Russian army mistakenly fired a 9k113 competition anti tank missile at a T-90A tank by a BMP-2. There is no casualty information at present. ???

In September 2020, during an exercise at a training ground in Astrakhan area, the Russian army mistakenly fired a 9k113 competition anti tank missile at a T-90A tank by a BMP-2. There is no casualty information at present. ???

In September 2020, during an exercise at a training ground in Astrakhan area, the Russian army mistakenly fired a 9k113 competition anti tank missile at a T-90A tank by a BMP-2. There is no casualty information at present. ???

In September 2020, during an exercise at a training ground in Astrakhan area, the Russian army mistakenly fired a 9k113 competition anti tank missile at a T-90A tank by a BMP-2. There is no casualty information at present. ???

The U.S. military has also had accidental attacks before. On July 20, friendly forces mistakenly attacked the M1A2 tank during training. An M1A2 mistook the wingman car 2600 meters away as a moving target and fired an M1002 tracer practice bomb. The firing distance was about 2600 meters. The training bomb hit the external storage box on the left side of the turret. It moved along the shell of the turret without penetrating the armor. Then it hit the Citv, which smashed the left periscope of the vehicle length, and then flew 20 meters away. At the same time, a large number of fragments produced during the impact process were sprayed on the loader, causing lung collapse (chest strength) of the loader Force impact) and cut off several fingers. Fortunately, all the crew members were wearing bulletproof vests, so they did not cause penetrating injury and were able to save their lives.

On July 20, friendly forces mistakenly attacked the M1A2 tank during training. An M1A2 mistook the wingman car 2600 meters away as a moving target and fired an M1002 tracer practice bomb. The firing distance was about 2600 meters. The training bomb hit the external storage box on the left side of the turret. It moved along the shell of the turret without penetrating the armor. Then it hit the Citv, which smashed the left periscope of the vehicle length, and then flew 20 meters away. At the same time, a large number of fragments produced during the impact process were sprayed on the loader, causing lung collapse (chest strength) of the loader Force impact) and cut off several fingers. Fortunately, all the crew members were wearing bulletproof vests, so they did not cause penetrating injury and were able to save their lives.

On July 20, friendly forces mistakenly attacked the M1A2 tank during training. An M1A2 mistook the wingman car 2600 meters away as a moving target and fired an M1002 tracer practice bomb. The firing distance was about 2600 meters. The training bomb hit the external storage box on the left side of the turret. It moved along the shell of the turret without penetrating the armor. Then it hit the Citv, which smashed the left periscope of the vehicle length, and then flew 20 meters away. At the same time, a large number of fragments produced during the impact process were sprayed on the loader, causing lung collapse (chest strength) of the loader Force impact) and cut off several fingers. Fortunately, all the crew members were wearing bulletproof vests, so they did not cause penetrating injury and were able to save their lives.

Fire M1002 tracer practice bomb.

Recently, some foreign military media produced a set of shooting comparison videos of the main tanks of the United States and Russia. In the video, a red line was specially drawn as the shooting stability reference line to compare the shaking amplitude of the main gun barrel of the U.S. M1A2 Abrams and the Russian t-14 Amata tanks. As a result, the U.S. M1A2 is slightly better than the U.S. Army in the recoil of its main gun stabilization device The suppression effect is more advanced, and it directly affects the hit accuracy of the tank. M1A2 of US Army and t-14 of Russian army respectively represent the technical level of main tanks of the two countries.

Compared with the dynamic diagram of firing stability of U.S. M1A2 and Russian t-14 tank main guns, it can be seen that M1A2 is slightly better than Russian t-14 tank main gun, and barrel swing amplitude is smaller. The swing amplitude of t-14 barrel exceeds the shooting stability reference line.

This figure lists the detailed operational technical parameters of M1A2 tank. This series of tanks named after general Clayton Abrams (small picture), a famous US general during World War II, has been the backbone of the US Army since its service in 1980.

The U.S. M1A2 tank is equipped with a 120mm L44 / m256a1 smoothbore gun (German Rhine metal rh-120 smoothbore gun exported from the United States), with a maximum effective range of 2000 meters. Thanks to the advanced fire control (observation and aiming) system, the first round hit rate is more than 80%.

Dynamic diagram of M1A2 tank shooting and calibration target.

M1A2 can launch m829a4 detachable tail stabilized armor piercing projectile (APFSDS), which is equipped with depleted uranium warhead, and its armor thickness is more than 900mm RHA (Rolled Homogeneous Armor). The US military claims that when using this kind of armor piercing projectile, M1A2 can penetrate Russian made T-72 or T-90 tanks equipped with contact-5 explosive reaction armor (ERA). The picture shows us tank soldiers holding m829 armor piercing projectile in front of M1A2 tank.

The Russian t-14 Amata tank is equipped with a 125mm 2a82-1m smoothbore gun (due to the first unmanned turret design, three crew members are located in the cabin of the vehicle body), with a maximum effective range of 2000 meters, and can launch a vacuum - 1 shelled tail fin stable armor piercing projectile, and the armor thickness can reach 900 mm RHA (Rolled Homogeneous Armor).

This figure lists the operational technical parameters related to the t-14 Amata tank. Amata is actually the code name of the new generation of heavy general crawler chassis of Russian army, and t-14 is one of the core models.