Google informs me 5'7", not amazingly high. Medvedev is evidently just 5'4". I'd say 170 is pretty average. Normal man that is russian regarding the nation. Maybe in spain ...
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- Google tells me 5'7", not amazingly tall. Medvedev is apparently only 5'4".
- I would say 170 is pretty average.
- Average Russian man
- depends on the country. Maybe in spain or italy.
- People here brought up a ton of criticism, but I don't think it's hitting real issues. They've no manual backup systems Electronics and digital systems aren't what it used to be. Modern electronics can be very reliable. On the software end for example, you may have noticed that a modern computer hardly (if at all) ever gets a blue screen/OS deadlock anymore, while it was absolutely commonplace about 10 years ago. Sure, individual programs do, which often are new and have to work together with many different drivers, but operating systems have become incredibly stable. The same goes for the physical components as well if they are built for durability. their silhouette is massive And it has most likely the best available protection against the threats for which this matters, namely ground targets. and they're entirely dependent on reactive armor and APS. Is there actual data on this, or is it speculation? Besides, reactive armour seems to do a damn good job. Issues seem to be mostly about tanks in terrible supply situations, like the Syrian tanks that often go to battle without having replaced lost side skirts. Not to mention they've yet to get the cost down to a reasonable place yet. That is the most normal thing there could possibly be for a pioneering layoutlike this. I wonder what the ground pressure is, the tracks seem rather narrow for such a tall and heavy vehicle. I don't see a way that engineers just forgot about ground pressure. It's more likely that it just looks odd but actually checks out just fine.
- I'm still skeptical as to how these tanks will do in combat. They've no manual backup systems, their silhouette is massive, and they're entirely dependent on reactive armor and APS. Not to mention they've yet to get the cost down to a reasonable place yet. But we shall see.
- I wonder what the ground pressure is, the tracks seem rather narrow for such a tall and heavy vehicle.
- It is not heavy, just 48t.
- That answers it then. thanks for the info!
- Wouldn't them (seemingly) being rather long somewhat equal out if they're narrow? Read more comments