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#21 zakk

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 2003 PM

My video of the interior of the Merkava 1 in the Beit Haosef museum in Tel Aviv. It is only 35 seconds and not very high quality, but you get the impression, I think.

http://video.google....721555004246736

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 2253 PM

Most impressive. Would for sure mean the end of Norway as a souverign state if the IDF all of a sudden decided to deploy in Scandinavia... :D

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 0413 AM

Anyone have a working link for this?

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Heres a working link Hellsbells

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 0902 AM

This one shows the turret traverse of the T-72:

http://video.google....98568954&q=tank

Any videos showing the turret traverse speed of WWII tanks?

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Just remember, before you compare turret traverse speed of this vid to an other: This REALLY isn't T-72's max traverse speed...

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 1005 AM

Argie Army TAM video. About 8 minutes, captured from the TV screen, so poor quality, just donīt maximize to fit screen, watch it on the small preview mode for better rendering. Spanish spoken. Not very fast server, halts every 20 seconds to buffer....but all taken into account, worth watching.

TAMīs and lotīsa mud

Enjoy, King Jester

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thanks, the TAM reminds me of a wannabe Merk, it seems the design has lost the rear door of the Marder, is that true? It would seem that a small hatch back there would be advantagous, but perhaps they had to strenghten the hull to hold the weight.

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 1057 AM

Guys; can anyone provide direct/downloadable links to the Google vids of Russian armor and the series on the Chinese PLA? Thanks in advance...

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 1510 PM

Guys; can anyone provide direct/downloadable links to the Google vids of Russian armor and the series on the Chinese PLA? Thanks in advance...

Jim

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Just put the URL in to this for the video then hit the download button.
http://javimoya.com/.../youtube_en.php
It works well enough for me (but I use it for youtube videos)

Oh to continue the theme



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Posted 09 July 2006 - 1700 PM

That really nice merkava 4 video that made the rounds a while back.

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 2132 PM

Here's a tool for downloading videos from Youtube, etc.

http://javimoya.com/.../youtube_en.php

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 1501 PM

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Wow, that BMP jumping into the water was insane. B)

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 1643 PM

Just remember, before you compare turret traverse speed of this vid to an other: This REALLY isn't  T-72's max traverse speed...

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It sure is faster than the Tiger's.

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Posted 15 July 2006 - 0703 AM

thanks, the TAM reminds me of a wannabe Merk, it seems the design has lost the rear door of the Marder, is that true? It would seem that a small hatch back there would be advantagous, but perhaps they had to strenghten the hull to hold the weight.

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Very good guess! And you allmost hit the nail completely. The TAM is design by the same (German) team that developed the Marder, but on behalf of the Argentinian Army this time. TAM also chare the chassie with the Marder (but with necissary modifications).

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Posted 17 July 2006 - 0832 AM

thanks, the TAM reminds me of a wannabe Merk, it seems the design has lost the rear door of the Marder, is that true? It would seem that a small hatch back there would be advantagous, but perhaps they had to strenghten the hull to hold the weight.

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Colin,
As LeoTanker pointed out, the TAM does share the basic hull of the Marder. The full size door has been replaced by a small one piece hatch (my guess about 2 feet wide by 3 feet tall), ressembling the hatch on the back of a Merk (altough IRCC the Merk has a two blade hatch). Of course the IFV, the mortar carrier and all other variants keep the big door.

Altought most of the infantry compartment of the Marder is filled with the turret basket on the TAM, there is still room for the crews rucksacks, rations, and some of the spare 105 ammo which is stored on the hull. I had a look inside a TAM during an army expo, and I ám sure you could put at least 2 jumpseats close to that hatch (altought expo vehicles may not always be equipped as line vehicles).

And you are right, with the engine at front, six roadwheels, and the somewhat pointy mantlet, the TAM does resemble vaguely a Merkava at 2/3 scale.

TAMīs do improve their "looks" with the addition of fenders (only one prototype and the Thyssen Henshel demonstrators TH-301 carry fenders).

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 1034 AM

Would love it if someone posted a video on the interiors of any leopard esp 2A5 OR 2A6 - DISCOVERY CHANNEL had postem a short one in their Top 10 series

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Posted 21 July 2006 - 0537 AM

Pimpin' M1, yo! <_<


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Posted 21 July 2006 - 0848 AM

Would love it if someone posted a video on the interiors of any leopard  esp 2A5 OR 2A6  - DISCOVERY CHANNEL had postem a short one in their Top 10 series

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There was a short video clip of the loader's compartment during gun firing among the clips I posted. I should have some more interior shot clips around somewhere, I'll rummage around and see what I can find.

Meanwhile, here's a pretty nice video of the Tunguska I stumbled upon at youtube:



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Posted 18 August 2006 - 1452 PM

Here's a short but kinda entertaining propaganda, err, advertisement video clip of Leopard 2A4 by the Finnish Defence Forces Armored Brigade:

http://www.panssarip...4_final_dsl.wmv

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Posted 18 August 2006 - 1729 PM

Anyone got any vids of the Challenger 2?

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Never mind, just did a search on YouTube! :)

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 1739 PM

Some impressive reenactment!!!

http://www.ct24.cz/...._200806_reg.wmv

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 1806 PM

Flying canadian Leo: http://video.google....909210994&hl=en




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