Blueprint A 20 (light tank)

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The A-20 was a Soviet light tank that was developed in the early stages of World War II. It was designed to be a faster and more maneuverable tank than its predecessor, the T-26 light tank. The A-20 was armed with a 45mm main gun and a 7.62mm machine gun, and had a crew of three. It had a sloped armor design, which provided improved protection against enemy fire. The tank was also equipped with a gasoline engine, which provided good mobility and speed. The A-20 had a top speed of around 70 km/h and was intended to be a reconnaissance tank that could operate behind enemy lines. However, the tanks lightweight design made it vulnerable to enemy fire, and it was eventually replaced by more heavily armored and armed tanks. Despite its limited service, the A-20 influenced the design of other Soviet light tanks that were developed during and after World War II. Its sloped armor and high-speed mobility design were incorporated into tanks such as the T-50 and T-60, which became important Soviet light tanks in the later stages of the war. On our website you can download a drawing of A 20 (light tank) 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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