Military t-shirt STRIKER Tank T-72Code: 7309/BIL 7309/BIL2 7309/BIL3 7309/BIL4 7309/BIL5 7309/BIL6 7309/MOD 7309/MOD2 7309/MOD3 7309/MOD4 7309/MOD5 7309/MOD6 7309/OLI 7309/M 7309/L 7309/XL 7309/XXL 7309/OLI2 7309/PIS 7309/M2 7309/L2 7309/XL2 7309/XXL2 7309/PIS2 7309/S 7309/M3 7309/L3 7309/XL3 7309/XXL3 7309/XXX Choose variant
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The development of the T-72 was a direct result of the introduction of the T-64 tank. The T-64 (Object 432) was a very ambitious project to build a competitive well-armoured tank with a weight of not more than 36 tons. Under the direction of Alexander Morozov in Kharkiv a new design emerged with the hull reduced to the minimum size possible. To do this, the crew was reduced to three soldiers, removing the loader by introducing an automated loading system.
The much smaller design presented a problem when selecting a suitable engine. This led to the introduction of the 700 hp 5TDF engine, which was unreliable, difficult to repair, and had a guaranteed lifespan similar to World War 2 designs.
Production of the T-64 with a 115-mm gun began in 1964. Plans for an up-gunned T-64A with a more powerful 125-mm gun had already been made in 1963. Problems with the early production run were evident from the start, but a strong lobby formed around Morozov who advocated for the T-64 in Moscow, preventing rival developments and ideas from being discussed.
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