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        BTR-60   Bronetransporter

BTR-60  je sovětské, resp. ruské osmikolové obojživelné obrněné vozidlo z konce 50. let 20. století. Sériově bylo vyráběno od roku 1959. Stroj byl ve výzbroji sovětské armády i několika armád Varšavské smlouvy. U vojáků si vysloužilo přezdívku „rakev“ protože jeho pancéřování bylo velmi slabé a vojáci proto raději jezdili na střeše tohoto vozidla než uvnitř.

The BTR-60 is the first vehicle in a series of Soviet eight-wheeled armoured personnel carriers (APCs). It was developed in the late 1950s as a replacement for the BTR-152 and was seen in public for the first time in 1961. BTR stands for Bronetransporter (БТР, Бронетранспортер, literally “armoured transporter”).

TypeWheeled amphibious armored personnel carrier
Place of originSoviet Union
Service history
In service1959–present
Used bySee Operators
WarsSee List of conflicts
Production history
DesignerV. A. Dedkov
Designed1955
ManufacturerGorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod(Soviet Union)
Ratmil Regie Autonoma(Romania, TAB-71)
Produced1960–1976 (Soviet Union)
No. built~25,000 (Soviet Union)
+1,872 (Romania, TAB-71)
VariantsSee Variants
Specifications (BTR-60PB)
Mass10.3 tonnes (11.4 short tons)
Length7.56 m
Width2.83 m (9.28 ft)
Height2.31 m (7.58 ft)
Crew3 + 14 passengers (original roofless BTR-60P had 2+14 capacity, reduced to 2+12 in BTR-60PA and 2+8 in BTR-60PB)

ArmorWelded steel
7 mm at 86° hull upper front
9 mm at 47° hull lower front
7 mm hull sides
5 mm hull upper rear
7 mm hull lower rear
5 mm hull floor
7 mm hull roof
10 mm turret front
7 mm turret sides
7 mm turret sear
7 mm turret roof
Main
armament
14.5mm KPVT heavy machine gun (500 rounds)
Secondary
armament
7.62 mm PKT tank coaxial machine gun (3,000 rounds)
Engine2×GAZ-40P 6-cylinder gasoline
90 hp (67 kW) each
180 hp (134 kW) (combined)
Power/weight18.4 hp/tonne (13.7 kW/tonne)
Suspensionwheeled 8×8
Ground clearance475 mm (18.7 in)
Fuel capacity290 l (76.6 g)
Operational
range
500 km (310.7 mi)
Speed80 km/h (49.7 mi/h) on road
10 km/h (6.2 mi/h) in water
Soviet Army
Советская Армия
Sovetskaya Armiya

Emblem of the Soviet Army
Founded25 February 1946
Disbanded25 December 1991
Country Soviet Union
AllegianceCommunist Party of the Soviet Union
TypeArmy
RoleLand warfare
Size3,668,075 active (1991)
4,129,506 reserve (1991)
Nickname(s)“Red Army”
ColorsRed and yellow
Equipment55,000 tanks
70,000 armored personnel carriers
24,000 infantry fighting vehicles
33,000 towed artillery pieces
9,000 self-propelled howitzers
12,000 anti-aircraft guns
4,300 helicopters
Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Ground ForcesSee list
Notable
commanders
Georgi Zhukov

Rudá armáda, celým názvem Dělnicko-rolnická rudá armáda (rusky Рабоче-крестьянская Красная армия, Raboče-kresťjanskaja Krasnaja armija (РККА nebo RKKA), zkráceně jen Красная армия) byla armáda bolševického Ruska (1918–1922) a posléze Sovětského svazu (1922–1946).

The Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Armyfrequently shortened to Red Armywas the army and the air force of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and, after 1922, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Beginning in February 1946, the Red Army, along with the Soviet Navy, embodied the main component of the Soviet Armed Forces; taking the official name of “Soviet Army“, until its dissolution in December 1991. The former official name Red Army continued to be used as a nickname by both sides throughout the Cold War.

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