Transport de Troupes Blindé BTR-152.K

Véhicule de transport de troupes BTR-152.K soviétique avec toit blindé

This BTR-152.K at the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim has had the armoured covers over the windows et the armoured shutters in front of the engine compartment removed to comply avec the Kriegswaffen-Kontrollgesetz which regulates the ownership of véhicules blindés et weapons of war. Accordingly, chars, transportes de troupes blindés et canons automoteur on display at museums are stripped of their armoured protection over the engine compartment et the internal crew positions. Square sections of armour are cut out of hulls et turrets, et the holes are covered by thin sheet metal ou plywood. Done properly, the conversion is hardly noticeable on the outside.

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Spécifications Techniques

  • Designation: BTR-152.K
  • Type: tranporteur de troupes blindé à 6 roues
  • Motor et Chassis: Camion ZIS-157
  • Vitesse: 75 km/h sur route
  • Pneumatiques: 12.00-18"
  • Longueur: 6550 mm
  • Largeur: 2320 mm
  • Hauteur: 2410 m
  • Poids: 8600 kg
  • Blindage 3-10 mm
  • Armement: 7.62 mm Machine Gun
  • 2 Crew + 13 Infantry
  • Production: 1959-1960s

Déploiement Historique

  • The BTR-152 series has seen service avec Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China (as the véhicule de transport de troupes type 56), Congo, Cuba, Tchécoslovaquie, Allemagne Est, Égypte, Finland, Hongrie, India, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Pologne, Roumanie, URSS, Syrie, and other countries. Production ended in early 1960s, et en Russie the véhicule was replaced by the BTR-60.P series.
  • The Palestinian Authority (PA) currently has 50 BTR-152 in inventory which were supplied by Égypte en 1996 et 1997.
  • L’Armée Israélienne used BTR-152 series véhicules, but it is unlikely that these were actually purchased de l’URSS. Like other Warsaw Pact equipment in the Israeli arsenal, the BTR-152s were most likely captured during the conflicts avec l’Égypte, et la Syrie.

The BTR-152.K is an important armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-152.V3, using the motor und chassis of the ZIS-157 truck. In the early 1970s, the BTR-152 was superceded by the eight-wheeled amphibious BTR-60 in the armoured personnel carrier role, although it continued to serve in the Soviet and Russian army in a variety of other roles until 1993. The BTR-152 series of vehicles was widely exported, and many of these vehicles remain in service around the world, even if they have been relegated to reserve or national guard formations.

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