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Also Known As: OT-810 and Skot
Origin: Czech Republic
Parent System: OT-64
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1964
Total Production: ?
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Description: OT-64 was the counterpart to Soviet BTR-60 armored vehicle produced in partnership by the former Czechoslovakia and Poland. OT-64 is an amphibious eight-wheel-drive troops transport with NBC protection. It was powered by a single diesel engine rated at 180-hp allowing for a top speed of 95 kph on road. With a maximum weight of 14.5 tons OT-64 is heavier than BTR-60. Up to 15 troops may be carried in a dedicated compartment. The turret was equipped with 7.62mm machine gun or alternatively a 9M14 anti-armor missile launcher. Several variants were developed for roles such as anti-aircraft, anti-armor, recovery and command and control vehicle.
Wheel Drive: 8x8
Height: 2.06 meter (81 inch)
Length: 7.44 meter (293 inch)
Main Gun Caliber: 7.62 millimeter
Width: 2.55 meter (100 inch)
Max Range: 710 kilometer (441 mile)
Power: 180 shp (134 kW)
Top Speed: 26.2 mps (94 kph)
Combat Weight: 14,500 kilogram (31,966 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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