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The newest tank T-14 "Armata" found a key difference from all other tanks in the world

Found a distinctive feature of the Russian T-14 Armata tank.

With the beginning of the arrival of the T-14 "Armata" tanks into service with the Russian army, it became known that this combat vehicle has an important difference from all existing tanks. As it turned out, the designers provided the crew of the combat vehicle with maximum protection, allowing the military to survive even in the event of a direct hit from another tank or when attacking the enemy using a modern ATGM.

According to the experts of the publication "The National Interest", the newest Russian tank T-14 "Armata" has a very high degree of protection. This provides an almost guaranteed survival rate for the crew of a combat vehicle. A heavy Russian tank is very resistant even to direct hits from enemy tanks or attempts to disable a combat vehicle using anti-tank systems. Moreover, modern tank protection systems allow it to repel a blow even with small cruise missiles, which gives the tank an undeniable advantage in the fight against any enemy.

In fact, today almost any tank existing in the world is very vulnerable to attacks using anti-tank missile systems, however, in the case of the Russian T-14 Armata tank, ATGMs may be completely useless.

Do you seriously think that corps T 14 was not tested for vulnerability before being put into service?

Why look for the key difference? It was reported at the first mention, before being shown in public a few years ago.

Everything, of course, is beautiful, but only absolute protection against anti-tank weapons does not exist. In addition, this tank never took part in real battles with other modern tanks and was never attacked by modern anti-tank units. Syria is not counted - there he had no worthy opponents.

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