Art.Nr.: 500783675 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 Russian main battle tank A further development of T-90s. The MS version is equipped with new explosive reactive armor.Even looking similar to the existing T-90, this item is made of new molds. No.of pa
Art.Nr.: 500784821 Art.bezeichnung: 1:48 Yak-130 Russian trainer / fighter The Yakovlev Yak-130 (Codename "Mitten") is in service with the Russian Air Force since 2009 as trainer and light attack aircraft. Other users are Belarus, Algeria, Bangladesh
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Art.Nr.: 50078297 Art.bezeichnung: 1:72 Sukkoi Su-33 Russian Naval Fighter New tooling Similar in shape as the related Su-27, the Su-33 is a different aircraft with larger wingspan and added canards, it is the main attack/ fighter plane of the R
Art.Nr.: 500783695 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:35 Bmpt-72 "Terminator 2" Russian fire The latest Russian fire Support vehicle is armed with 4-laser guided Ataka anti-tank Missiles, 2 automatic 30mm cannons and one 7,62 mm coaxial MG. Our kit Features a com
Art.Nr.: 500785056 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 T-14 Armata Russian Battle Tank The T-14 Armata, manufactured by Uralvagonzavod, is the future main battle tank of the Russian Army. Main armament consists of a 125mm smoothbore gun. Kit consists of 15
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vladimir Yevgenyevich Beschastnykh (Russian: ) (born 1 April 1974, in Moscow, the former Soviet Union) is a retired Russian football forward. He is the all-time goal leader for the Russian national team and the Commonwealth of Independent States Cup. His club career that started in 1991, with Beschastnykh playing for Zvezda Moscow, Spartak Moscow, Werder Bremen, Racing Santander, Fenerbahçe, and Kuban Krasnodar. In the 2004-05 season he played for FC Orel in Russia''s First Liga (second-level division after Premier Liga). On 15 December 2005, Beschastnykh signed up with another First Liga club - FC Khimki, a well-funded football team from a Moscow suburb, competing for a place in the upper echelon of the Russian championship.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yastreb (Russian: , hawk) is a Russian space suit that was specially developed for early Soyuz space vehicle missions and for EVA. This model of space suit allowed the cosmonaut to spacewalk from the orbital module of Soyuz. Design and development of the suit took place in 1966 by the Zvezda Company with input from Alexei Leonov. The Berkut suit that Leonov had used on the Voskhod 2 space walk had ballooned at the joints making movement very difficult. The Yastreb design was much more rigid using a system of pulleys and lines to regulate movement. The backpack containing life support was mounted in a metal box that could be attached to the chest or to the leg to ease access through the small Soyuz hatch. The suit was to be worn only in the Orbital module of the Soyuz spacecraft and needed two people to put it on. The suit''s capacity was limited, so the planned Soviet Moon landing the movements of the cosmonauts would be restricted.