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Variants

Soviet Union and Russian Federation

T-72 obr. 1973g

Object 172M. Original T-72 variant. Armed with the 125mm D-81TM smoothbore gun.

T-72K

Object 172M-E

Export variant with 125mm D-81T smoothbore (44 rounds). It was sold in Iraq and Syria. Built in Poland by Bumar-Łabędy.

Object 172M-E1

Export variant.

T-72 F1

Object 172M-E or E1 fitted with a French 155mm F1 turret for trials in India.

T-72 T6

Object 172M-E or E1 fitted with a British 155mm Vickers T6 turret for trials in India.

Robot-2

Remote controlled T-72 Ural.

Object 172-2M Buffalo

Modernization of the T-72 in early 1970s.

T-72 obr. 1976g

Object 172M1. New 125mm 2A46 smoothbore main gun and new armour on the turret.

T-72V

Unofficial designation for tanks fitted with Kontakt-1 ERA.

T-72 obr. 198?g

T-72 modernization in the 1980s.

T-72A

Object 176, 1979. Improved version of the above tank.

T-72A obr. 1979g

Additional glacis armour.

T-72A obr. 1984g

Late production model with anti-radiation lining.

T-72AK

Object 176K. COmmand variant of the T-72A. This vehicle had sub variants which NATO reported as T-72AK1, T-72AK2 and T-72AK3.

T-72AV

T-72A with Kontakt-1 ERA.

Object 172M-E2

T-72M, Soviet export variant.

Object 172M-E3

T-72M, Soviet export variant.

Object 172M-E4

T-72M, Soviet export variant.

T-72MK

Export version of the T-72AK.

Object 172M-E5

T-72M1, Soviet export variant with thicker armour.

Object 172M-E6

T-72M1, Soviet export variant with thicker armour.

T-72M1K

Command variant with additional radios.

T-72M1V

T-72M1 with Kontakt-1 ERA.

T-72M1M

Object 172M-E8. Soviet export variant.

T-72B

Improved T-72A.

T-72BA

T-72B with Kontakt-1 ERA.

T-72BK

Object 184K. Command variant of the T-72B.

T-72M1M1

Export T-72B with less ERA bricks, simplified NBC system and no anti-radiation lining.

Object 172M-E8

Export T-72B with less ERA bricks, simplified NBC system and no anti-radiation lining.

Object 184-1

T-72B without ATGM capability.

T-72B1

Object 184-1 fitted with Kontakt-1 ERA.

T-72B1K

Object 184K-1. Command variant of T-72B1.

T-72B obr. 1989g

T-72B equipped with Kontakt-5 ERA.

T-72B obr. 1990g (early)

New fire control system, cross-wind sensor and some were fitted with the V-92S2 engine.

T-72B obr. 1990g (late)

Improved commander's cupola with larger sight.

T-72BU

Object 188. Further development of the T-72. Renamed to T-90.

T-72BA

Object 184A. Several models were designated this between 1998 and 2005.

T-72B2 Rogatka obr. 2006g

Object 184M. New 125mm 2A46M-5 main gun, V-92S2 engine and Relikt ERA.

T-72B3

Object 184-M3. 2010 upgrade of the T-72B.

T-72B3M

Latest variant.

BMO-T

(Boyevaya Mashina Ognemyochikov) Transport vehicle.

Object 199

Armoured fighting vehicle variant, also known as BMPT "Terminator".

TOS-1

Multiple launch rocket system.

TSM-T

Reloading vehicle for TOS-1.

BREM-1

(Bronirovannaya Remonto-Evakuatsionna Mashina) Armoured recovery vehicle.

BREM-1M

Improved BREM-1.

IMR-2

Engineering vehicle.

IMR-2M1

Simplified version of IMR-2 which entered service in 1987.

IMR-2M2

Improved version of IMR-2, IMR-2M1 for operation in dangerous situations.

IMR-2MA

Improved version with larger cabin and armed with 12.7x108mm NSV.

Klin-1

Remote controlled IMR-2.

MTU-72

Object 632. (Tankovyj Mostoukladchik) Bridge layer.

RKhM-7 Berloga-1

(Razverdivatel'naya Khimicheskaya Mashina) NBC recon.

Object 327

Prototype self-propelled 152mm gun.

Bulgaria

T-72M2

Indigenous tank design based on the T-72M1.

Croatia

M-84D

Modern upgrade of the M-84A4.

M-95 Degman

3rd generation tank based on the Yugoslav M-91 Vihor prototype.

Cuba

T-72

Cuban designation for all unmodified T-72 tanks in Cuban service.

T-72M1

Cuban designation with Chinese radio set instead of the Soviet one.

T-72M2

Cuban designation for T-72 with steel protection shield in front of the AA heavy machine gun.

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