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​russians Use Rare BMR-3MA Vepr Vehicle in Ukraine

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russian BMR-3MA Vepr armored mine-clearing vehicle / Photo credit: TyskNIP
russian BMR-3MA Vepr armored mine-clearing vehicle / Photo credit: TyskNIP

This russian vehicle is designed for demining

According to the TyskNIP Telegram channel, the BMR-3MA Vepr armored mine-clearing vehicle was spotted in Luhansk Oblast. It has the TMT-S roller mine trawl for demining. It was equipped with grill to protect it from Ukrainian FPV-drones.

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russians Use Rare BMR-3MA Vepr Vehicle in Ukraine, Defense Express
russian BMR-3MA Vepr armored mine-clearing vehicle / Photo credit: Army Recognition

T-72, T-90 and T-90V tanks can be used as a chassis for BMR-3MA. The armored vehicle can be used for reconnaissance and overcoming minefields. It is capable of making a track up to 87 cm wide in minefields, which corresponds to the cross-wheeled or intertrack distance on infantry fighting vehicles, armored personnel carriers and tanks. The Vepr vehicle is very rare for russian troops. There are only few of them and they are almost never used. Since the beginning of russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, not a single BMR-3MA vehicle was seen damaged or destroyed.

Earlier Defense Express reported that russian troops had constructed new fortifications along Mariupol-Donetsk highway.

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