|Obrnené opravárenské a rekuperné vozidlo
An obrnené regeneračné vozidlo (ARV) is an armoured vehicle used during combat for recovery or repair of battle-damaged and inoperable armoured fighting vehicles. The term “Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle” (ARRV) is also used. The Russian acronym BREM (cyr. БРЭМ) stands for “бронированная ремонтно-эвакуационная машина”, literally “armoured repair and recovery vehicle”. BTS-2 (T-54 Chassis) BTS-4A (T-54 Chassis) BREM-1 (T-72 Chassis) BREM-2 (BMP-1 Chassis) BREM-L (BMP-3 Chassis) BREM-K (BTR-80 Chassis) BREM-80U (T-80U Chassis)
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The BREM-1 is an armoured recovery vehicle (ARV) that was developed by the Soviet Union in the late 1970s. It is based on the T-72A main battle tank chassis, with the turret removed and replaced by a new superstructure that houses a hydraulic crane, a main winch, an auxiliary winch and various tools and spare parts. The BREM-1 also has a dozer blade at the front that can be used for clearing obstacles or stabilizing the vehicle during recovery operations. The BREM-1 can tow or lift damaged or stuck tanks and other armoured vehicles, as well as perform field repairs. The BREM-1 has a crew of three: a commander, a driver and a handler. The vehicle is protected by composite armour and smoke grenade launchers. The BREM-1 is still in service with several countries that operate the T-72 tank or its variants.
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