The IT-1 Dragon was a Soviet tank developed in the 1960s as a response to the increasing threat of armored vehicles during the Cold War. The tank was a unique design, as it was equipped with a guided missile system instead of a traditional cannon. The IT-1 Dragon was based on the chassis of the T-62 tank, but it featured a larger turret to accommodate the missile system. The tanks missile system was capable of engaging targets at ranges of up to 3.5 km, and the missiles had a high degree of accuracy and lethality. The tank was also equipped with a 7.62mm machine gun for close-range defense against enemy infantry. It featured advanced targeting and fire control systems, including a laser rangefinder and an infrared searchlight for night operations. The IT-1 Dragon was operated by a crew of four, including a driver, gunner, missile operator, and commander. The tanks missile system required a highly trained operator, and the crew would need to work closely together to effectively engage enemy targets. The IT-1 Dragon saw limited production and service, as its unique design and high cost made it difficult to produce in large numbers. However, it did see some action in the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, where its long-range missile system proved effective against enemy tanks and fortifications. The IT-1 Dragon was eventually replaced by more advanced Soviet tank designs, such as the T-72 and T-80. On our website you can download a drawing of IT 1 Dragon 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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