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    I thought it was very funny MoS.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

    Here endth the lesson.




    Have you seen any combat?

    Seen a little on TV.

    You talk the talk, but do you walk the walk?



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    just different points of view.

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    3D art about the TAM tank, all images made by Iñaki Karras from Valencia, Spain.





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    In the patagonian desert.




    The southwest forest.




    Gracias Iñaki :wink:

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    Panzerknacker- what is the current project production status on the TAM?

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    The state Factory TAMSE delivered the last of 256 TAMs in 1996, currently is inactive, the modernization and maintenance of the TAMs are made in other 2 private enterprises. There is about 80 chassis left in factory still waiting for his turrets.


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    The last thing I know about it is, maybe with a little modification
    some of that material will be a VCTM (vehículo de combate transporte de mortero) (Mortar transport fight vehicle)
    A few years ago, the turret was produced in Germany, and the shot computer too.

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    What is the armour available on the TAM? What is it proof against? 7.62, 30mm, Milan?
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    Have you seen any combat?

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    You talk the talk, but do you walk the walk?



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    Hull:

    30 mm "Russian" APDS in the front , 25 mm "western" APDS in the sides.

    Turret:

    40mm front, 25 mm sides.

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    Some books that I recomended to learn about and understand about the Argentine Military.

    -'Las Alas de Peron' (Peron's Wings) by Ricardo Burzaco published in Argentina (1995) The history of the ambitious aerospace program of 1945-1960 including the Horten, tank, and Dewoitine designs




    "Acorazados y Cruceros de la Armada argentina 1881-1982" ( battleships and cruisers of the Argentine Navy) by the same autor.
    Image intensive book about the most powerful ships of our Navy.




    Military Pistols of Argentina (Self Published, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1994), by Alex Gherovici.
    An intensive history of the Manlichers, Colts and Ballester Molinas, made and used by all the brands of the argentine military & police with focus on the .45 weapons.

    This volume can be purchased by writing to the author at:
    Alex Gherovici
    P.O. Box 58506
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

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    The latest FAL for sniping.


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    uhum....I just finished an article about the AT-63, :wink: if There is some interest.....

    http://tecnica-militar.fateback.com/aereo/IA-63.htm

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    Yesterday an Argentine Air Force Learjet 35 crashed after the take off in an airport of Bolivia , this aircraft was in a navigational support of a C-130h carring 10 tons of medicals supplies to this andinian country.



    The crew of 6 were killed, glory to them , now they live with god.


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    My thoughts & prayers are for their families.

    A sad day for all involved.
    Things are going to get a whole lot worse from now on.......

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    Thank you very much Topor.

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