1/35 TAKOM ROK. CM-11 (M-48H) BRAVE TIGER TAK2090

1/35 TAKOM ROK. CM-11 (M-48H) BRAVE TIGER TAK2090

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At the beginning of the Myanmar battlefield in the late Second World War , the armoured units of the Republic of China Army used more American armored vehicles . Until the late 1980s , the M-48 , the main U.S. military aid vehicle , was equipped with upgraded equipment , but could not cope with the needs of future combat forces .

In 1984, the Army's Chariot Development Center collaborated with General Dynamics to develop a second-generation main chariot called the CM-11 Warrior.



The CM-11 , the first type of combat vehicle developed by the Republic of China Army , also known as the M-48H H for Hybrid , is a special edition vehicle with an American-made M-60A3 chariot chassis with the existing M-48 turret , and an upgrade to the main gun and gun control system . A total of 450 vehicles were produced , which have been in service since the 1990s and are the main combat vehicles in Taiwan ' first line .



With . The main differences in the M-48/M-60 Patton Barton chariot series, in addition to the combination of exterior turrets and chassis, upgraded the main gun to the U.S.-made M-68A1 105mm, in conjunction with the U.S. M1A1 gun shooting control system, thermal video camera, laser rangefinder, etc. greatly improved viewing capability, performance beyond M-60A3 .



The turret on the car tower is developed using Israel. URDAN car long tower, and equipped with five zero-to-air machine guns, fill hand side configuration semi-ring-type self-defense with general purpose machine guns, the turret in front of the addition of two smoke screen projectile launchers, the rear of the addition of atmospheric data sensing rod .





In order to improve the protection of anti-war vehicle weapons , in the 2000s by the Zhongshan Institute of Science reference French design, developed a reaction armor block .

This equipment is not heavily produced and only a few vehicles are equipped with .

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