PT-76 (Family)

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T-72AV (TURMS-T) PACK
With 25% off

Description

The PT-76 (short for Plavayushchiy Tank, lit. "floating tank" in Russian) is a Soviet amphibious light tank developed put into service in 1951. Produced at around 12,000 units, the PT-76 still serves today. The main operators were the USSR, North Korea, Vietnam, Poland, Bulgaria and Egypt.

Vehicles

Rank III

Rank IV

Rank V


USSR light tanks
T-26  T-26 · T-26 (1st Gv.T.Br.) · T-26-4 · T-26E
BT  BT-5 · RBT-5 · BT-7 · BT-7 TD · BT-7M · BT-7A (F-32)
T-50  T-126 · T-50
T-70  T-70 · T-80
PT-76  PT-76B · PT-76-57 · Object 906
BMP  BMP-1 · BMP-2 · BMP-2M · BMP-3
BMD  BMD-4
2S25  2S25 · 2S25M
Wheeled  BA-11
Other  T-60 · Object 685
China  ▂Type 62

China light tanks
Type 63  Type 63-I
Type 62  Type 62
WZ551  PTL02 · WMA301
ZBL08  ZLT11
IFV  ZBD86
ROC  M41D
USA  ␗M8 LAC · ␗M3A3 Stuart · ␗M5A1 · ␗M24 · ␗M18
USSR  ␗T-26 · T-26 No.531 · ␗PT-76