The BT-2 was a Soviet light tank that entered service in the late 1930s. It was designed to be a fast and maneuverable tank that could quickly move behind enemy lines and disrupt their communications and supply lines. The BT-2 had a relatively thin armor but was designed to be fast and agile, with a top speed of around 72 km/h. It was armed with a 37mm gun, which was sufficient against most enemy tanks of the time. The tank also had a coaxial machine gun and a turret-mounted machine gun for close-range defense against enemy infantry. The tanks engine was located at the back of the vehicle, which gave it a unique design and allowed for a low profile. The suspension and tracks were also advanced for the time, which made it highly maneuverable and able to traverse rough terrain. The BT-2 saw combat during the early stages of World War II, including the invasion of Poland and the Winter War against Finland. It proved to be a successful tank, although its relatively thin armor made it vulnerable to enemy fire. The BT-2 was eventually replaced by newer and more advanced tanks, such as the BT-7 and T-34, but it played an important role in the development of Soviet tank designs. On our website you can download a drawing of BT 2 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.
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