The T-77 Tsanka tanks were a series of main battle tanks designed in the Tongorian Union. The first prototype, the Object 742 appeared in 1966 after the one-week war with Sector 53 has ended. A new battle tank was needed as the older ones suffered heavy casulties during this war. After several years of development the T-77 was finalised and the production began. The tank had very good anti-tank capabilities due to its high-velocity 115mm main gun. This tank was really succesful thanks to its simplicity and low cost. Upgraded versions are still used in 2012 by countries with small budget.
About this creation
The Tsanka’s main armament is a 115mm smoothbore gun was capable of defeating any threats in the 70’s
For extended range it was equipped with an extra fuel tank. This gives the tank a range of 650km without stopping for re-fueling. The high- mobility is provided by a 880hp turbo-diesiel engine.
The turret features the main gun with an automatic loader, a coaxial 14.5mm MG, 4 grenade tubes, an 14.5mm AA MG and the infrared light used during night-operations.
This vehicle was built for Michael Rutherford's request. It's called SPAAG and it carries 2 30mm guns with 3000 rpm each and 8 anti-air missiles. The vehicle has its own radars so it doesn't need an other vehicle for that purpose.
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