Troop Compartment

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Type 90 AFV - Description
... in an open mount at the front of a small hatch in the center of the hull which opens into the troop compartment ... The troop compartment is at the rear of the hull with the infantrymen entering via a large door hinged on the right ... Over the top of the troop compartment is a total of four hatches, two small ones located towards the front and two oblong ones to the rear the latter open outwards ...
BMP-1 Variants - Variants - Former Czechoslovakia
... vozidlo) – Armored ambulance without the turret and with a built-up troop compartment and room for 4 stretchers ... is a small IR searchlight on top of the troop compartment ... with a 5 tonne powered crane, a heavy winch, and a wider than normal troop compartment ...
BTR-60 - Variants - Russia
... modernization fitted with a new engine in a new, bigger engine compartment similar to the one in BTR-80 ... side of the hull has been altered a side door with a small hand rail for the troop compartment was added, four out of five handrails were removed (the exception being the lower front one), the firing ports were removed ... is powered by the YaMZ-236A 195 hp diesel engine in a much bigger engine compartment, with a service hatch on the rear side and only one exhaust pipe, on the ...
T-72 Operators And Variants - Variants - Ukraine
... the power capabilities of the vehicle, but also to introduce into the vehicle design a troop compartment ... The troop compartment is located between the fighting compartment and the power pack compartment ... In the troop compartment roof there is a set of three hatches in slightly raised portion of the hull roof behind turret that allow the troops to get in or dismount ...

Famous quotes containing the word troop:

    Old soldiers, Miss Dandridge. Someday you’ll learn how they hate to give up. Captain of a troop one day, every man’s face turned toward ya. Lieutenants jump when I growl. Now tomorrow, I’ll be glad if the blacksmith asks me to shoe a horse.
    Frank S. Nugent (1908–1965)