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supjay Feb 8 2013 says:

damn..i thought this was something new. Congrats guys...

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Ilves Mar 4 2013 replied:

the truck is new :D And the Grad is a bit remade

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Reborn:X Mar 7 2013 says:

From the top left:
1. Tunguska SPAAG.
2. MSTA artillery.
3. BM-21 "Grad" MLRS.
4. T-62 MBT.
5. BMP "Ramka" IFV.
6. T-90MS MBT.
7. Ural 4322D truck.
8. BTR-90 APC.
10. Gaz "Tigr" armoured car.

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Ilves Mar 7 2013 replied:

all correct except that 5. is the newest IFV Kurganets (but that's not a big mistake, since this IFV is not even officially shown by the Russians and exists only as a prototype) and 8. is BTR-82A :D

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randyarmy2000 Mar 10 2013 says:

Great Detail..

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Hi, guys. It's already a year in development: it all started at 08.02.2012
here are our land units achievements so far. Note that some (or many) units here are show just for "historical notes" and will be heavily (if not totally) re-worked by us later.

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