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Many Russian AFVs begin life with an 'Object' designation; this is sometimes written as Obiekt or Объект as it is written in Russian. As an example, [[Object 268]] which was a proposed assault gun that only made it to the prototype stage. The numbering for the Object designations were based on the design bureaus to which the project was awarded:
 
Many Russian AFVs begin life with an 'Object' designation; this is sometimes written as Obiekt or Объект as it is written in Russian. As an example, [[Object 268]] which was a proposed assault gun that only made it to the prototype stage. The numbering for the Object designations were based on the design bureaus to which the project was awarded:
  
100 Series: Altai Tractor Plant
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* 100 Series: [[Altai Tractor Plant]]
200 Series: Leningrad Kirov Plant
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* 200 Series: [[Leningrad Kirov Plant]]
300 Series: Uraltransmash
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* 300 Series: [[Uraltransmash]]
400 Series: Kharkov Heavy Machine Building Plant
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* 400 Series: [[Kharkov Heavy Machine Building Plant]]
500 Series: Omsk
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* 500 Series: [[Omsk]]
600 Series: Kurganmashzavod
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* 600 Series: [[Kurganmashzavod]]
700 Series: Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant
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* 700 Series: [[Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant]]
800 Series: Assigned to various OKBs
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* 800 Series: [[Assigned to various OKBs]]
900 Series: Volograd Tractor Plant
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* 900 Series: [[Volograd Tractor Plant]]
  
 
== People ==  
 
== People ==  

Latest revision as of 23:22, 11 October 2013

Many Russian AFVs begin life with an 'Object' designation; this is sometimes written as Obiekt or Объект as it is written in Russian. As an example, Object 268 which was a proposed assault gun that only made it to the prototype stage. The numbering for the Object designations were based on the design bureaus to which the project was awarded:

People

Vehicles

Works Cited:

1. "Soviet/Russian AFVs (Post WWII)." The Big Book of Warfare. N.p.. Web. 11 Oct 2013. <http://www.alternatewars.com/BBOW/Tanks/Russian_AFVs.htm>.