By Eric Micheletti
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Other GM models included the GM-5955 built for the 9K330 Tor missile system and the GM5975 for the improved Tunguska M1. Unlike most GM-based vehicles, however, the Tunguska featured six road wheels instead of seven. com A 9K22 Tunguska during the 2008 Moscow Victory Day Parade. Since its introduction in the 1980s, the Tunguska has only seen action during the 2008 South Ossetia War and the 2014 Crimean Crisis. (Theman Naziro) terrain. Also integrated into the chassis was a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) protection system.
Y. Pyatakov, the ZSU 23-4s gave direct fire support to the dismounted Spetsnaz troops that air assaulted into the canyon. With the ZSUs behind them, the Spetsnaz swept the canyon for any mujahideen fighters or equipment that remained following the airstrike and D-30 artillery preparations. The operation was successful in that the aerial bombardment had suppressed and/or destroyed most of the enemy’s equipment before the main assault force arrived. By the end of the assault, the Soviets had killed 20 mujahideen fighters and, according to Pyatakov’s report, had captured “a large amount of ammunition, documents and combat equipment of the guerrilla groups.
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