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Encyclopedia > FAI armoured car
FAI armoured car
General characteristics
Length  m
Width  m
Height  m
Weight  t
Speed 80 km/h road
 km/h off-road
Range 200 km
Primary armament 1x7.62mm DT
Secondary armament
Armour 4-6 mm
Power plant GAZ-A 4-cyllinder
42 hp ( kW)
Crew 2

The metre (Commonwealth English) or meter (American English) (symbol: m) is the SI base unit of length. ... The word ton or tonne is derived from the Old English tunne, and ultimately from the Old French tonne, and referred originally to a large cask with a capacity of 252 wine gallons, which holds approximately 2100 pounds of water. ... Military vehicles are commonly armoured to withstand the impact of shrapnel, bullets or shells, protecting the soldiers inside from enemy fire. ... The horsepower (hp) is the name of several non-metric units of power. ...

Soviet Armored fighting vehicles of World War II
Infantry tanks Fast tanks Scout tanks Light tanks
T-26 | T-50 BT-5 | BT-7 | BT-8 T-37 | T-38 | T-40 | T-60 T-70 | T-80
Tankettes Medium tanks Heavy tanks
T-27 T-28 | T-34 | T-44 T-35 | KV-1 | IS-2 | IS-3
Tank destroyers and self-propelled guns
ZiS-30 | T-90 | SU-14 | KV-2 | SU-76 | SU-85 | SU-100 | SU-122 | SU-152 | ISU-122 | ISU-152
Armored tractors Improvised AFVs Experimental
T-26-T | Komsomolets KhTZ-16 | IZ | NI A-40 flying tank | SU-100Y | PPG
Armored cars
D-8 | FAI | BA-10 | BA-11 | BA-20 | BA-21 | BA-3 | BA-6 | BA-64 | BA-I | LB-62 | LB-23
Amphibious AC Half-tracked AC Aerosans
PB-4 | PB-7 | BAD-2 BA-30 ANT-IV | NKL-16 | NKL-26 | RF-8 | ASD-400
Soviet armored fighting vehicle production during World War II
List of armoured fighting vehicles of World War II



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