A contemporary Russian main combat tank, the T-90M, was obliterated near Kharkov, according to pictures shared on social media.
A Russian military convoy was damaged in the Kharkov region of northeastern Ukraine, according to pictures shared on social media. Among the obliterated vehicles, witnesses recognised the T-90M “Proryv” and T-72B3 major combat tanks of the Russian army.
Photos of a wrecked Russian T-90M tank have now appeared twice. The video up top reveals that the Russian army has also suffered losses of BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicles, IMR-2 engineer vehicles, and KamAZ Mustang military trucks in addition to the T-90M and T-72B3 tanks.
The T-90M “Proryv,” a strong upgraded variant of the basic T-90 tank used by the Russian army, was created by the Urals Transport Engineering Design Bureau. This tank can move at a top speed of 72 km/h thanks to its potent diesel engine.
A 125mm calibre cannon that can fire powerful ammo and missiles capable of destroying enemy tanks at a distance of up to 5 km is included in the T-90M tank’s arsenal. The tank may use its weapons whenever it wants thanks to the new multi-channel surveillance system. One of the key benefits of the T-90M Proryv tank is its capacity to exchange data with other combat vehicles in real time.
Additionally, the Nakidka coating’s capacity to absorb radar radiation makes it possible for this tank to blend in with its surroundings on the battlefield. The T-90M is effectively protected against enemy guided anti-tank missiles by the use of advanced explosive reactive armour layers known as Relikt and Shtora-M defence system.