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The tanks, AFVs and trucks delivered to the Soviet Army during WW2.

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S-400 Air Defense System
These air defense systems have drawn the attention of some Western-allied powers including India - a move which has not gone unnoticed for the U.S.
Boeing-Saab-T-X Trainer
Boeing has has an amazing month, netting such lucrative contracts as the T-X Advanced Jet Trainer - the future of the USAF training program.
Lockheed F-35 Lightning II
The versatile Lockheed F-35 Lightning II strike fighter has finally found itself aboard the new generation of British carriers such as HMS Queen Elizabeth.
HMS Queen Elizabeth
The Queen Elizabeth is now the proud recipient of Lockheed F-35 Lightning II strike fighters as the service continues its path towards modernization.

Catch Up on Some New Reads...
In French Army service, the Cold War-era MILAN Anti-Tank Guided Missile weapon system has been officially succeeded by the all-modern MBDA MMP.
T-25 Light Tank
Another Soviet attempt at improving upon the successful T-26 Light Tank was seen through the ultimately-abandoned T-25 project.
T-46 Light Tank
This Soviet light tank experiment attempted to mate the American Christie suspension system with the existing hull and chassis of the T-26 series.
T-27 Tankette
The Soviet T-27 borrowed much from the British Carden-Loyd Tankette design on which it was originally based on - now modified to suit local requirements.
T-23 Tankette
This early-Soviet-era tankette development failed to distinguish itself for its part in history - resulting in abandonment of the project.
Type 726 LCAC
The Type 726 is just one version of air-cushioned landing craft available to the modern fighting forces making up the Chinese Navy.
Yasen-class (Severodvinsk)
Even USN leaders are concerned about the capabilities offered in the newer Yasen-class nuclear submarines coming online with the Russian Navy.
Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer
The Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer became a dedicated - and vital - maritime workhorse for the American Navy during World War 2.
USS Decatur (DDG-73)
The all-modern USS Decatur (DDG-73) guided-missile destroyer of the U.S. Navy is a powerful player in the consistently volatile Pacific Theater.
Stinson L-5 Sentinel
It was lightweight, utility-minded liaison aircraft like the Stinson L-5 Sentinel that helped to drive Allied battlefield successes in World War 2.
Tactical Robotics Cormorant
Tactical Robotics of Israeli is heading up development of the multi-faceted Cormorant which can fulfill various vital roles of military and civilian sectors.
Roe I
This experimental triplane helped to further British interests in the field of aviation when it took to the air for the first time in 1909.
Legend-class (USCG)
Up to eleven warships will eventually make up the entire Legend-class serving the United States Coast Guard service.
Sovremennyy-class Destroyer
Its Cold War-era origins do not make the Sovremennyy-class guided-missile-destroyer less of threat today - both Russia and China operate the type.