Photos T-54/55/62,T-59/69 and Variants

Ti-67's Uruguayan army,this book told had 15 but not call Ti-67's this book call T-55s!?
data from world defence almanac 2002-03,military technology

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PS,Israel had bid sale Tiran to Thai in 1985-86,but bid failed!
data from battlefield weekly(Thai language military news weekly)
I think because Thai sale T-69II from Norinco by friendly price and newer than Tiran,mainly make better relations with Chinese
And Thai had Muslim 5% of popular,and good relation with Arab and Muslim,Thai didn't this bought sale destroy relation with Arab and Muslim!
Uruguayan had very less Muslim popular,and normal relation with Arab and Muslim,they sale Tiran from Israel by comfortable!
 
T-55M1 MBT variant with 4 AT-3 ATGMs.
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sorry.if repeat
 
Hohne Camp, Germany, september 1999. Preserved as monument at the British army barracks. Years later it was gone and moved to the Munster -Sud training area as hard target.
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Drwasko-Pomorskie training area, Poland in June 2002.

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T-54 at the BiH army camp in Glamoc. It was known as Kamp Schmutziger Harry (German for Camp Dirty Harry) because of the dirt and filth
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Former Iraqi T-55 in front of range control at 't Harde artillery training area, Netherlands. It was used as OPFOR vehicle and when it was of no use anymore intended as range target. Finally it was moved to the storage area of the Artillery museum also located at 't Harde. If it is still there Idon't know. Pic is from February 2019
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SADF captured 3 T-54 tanks in Angola and removed to South Africa?
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