Legkij Tank Provornova

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Legkij Tank Provornova (LTP)
Type Light infantry tank
Place of origin Soviet Union
Service history
Used by Soviet Union
Wars World War II
Production history
Designer K.J. Provornov (Lieutenant Provornov)
Designed 1942
Specifications
Weight 11 tons
Length 4,000 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Width 2,000 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Height 1,900 mm (Bad rounding hereScript error in)
Crew 4

Main
armament
45mm tank gun (150 rds., estimate)
Secondary
armament
1x coaxial DT machine gun, 1x bow machinegun (75 MG magazines, estimate)
Suspension torsion bar
Fuel capacity 500 liters
Operational
range
220 km
Speed 45.1 km/h (Bad rounding hereScript error mph)

A Soviet light tank design circa 1942. The Legkij Tank Provornova, or LTP, was a design proposal by K.J. Provornov (Lieutenant Provornov) of Ulyanovsk ("LTP – historical sources"). There is little information on this proposal; what documents do exist came from the inventions department of the Red Army GABTU ("LTP – historical sources").

Works Cited:

1. "LTP – historical sources." For The Record. N.p., 2 Aug 2013. Web. 2 Aug 2013. <http://ftr.wot-news.com/2013/08/02/ltp-historical-sources/>.