Read review, 'NATO and Warsaw Pact armoured fighting vehicles of the cold war'. | Armorama™

While tanks were the most recognized armored vehicles during the Cold War, NATO and Warsaw Pact (WP) armies fielded a wide array of armored fighting vehicles (AFVs). These included armored cars, armored personnel carriers (APCs), anti-aircraft vehicles and self propelled artillery. Over the Cold War years nations both progressively developed series of AFVs and introduced entirely new ranges.

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Great image in there of a Bradley firing a TOW from a reverse slope