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BTR-50PK (AAR221)

BTR-50PK (AAR221)
includes one BTR-50 transporter with .50cal AAMG (for Vietnam) and AA MG (for Arab Israeli)

The BTR 50PK is a Soviet amphibious armoured personnel carrier based off of the PT-76. Unlike other BTR models the BTR-50PK is tracked instead of wheeled. The transport itself can carry up to twenty fully equipped men.

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BTR-50PK (AAR221) The Soviet doctrine called for the BTR-50PK to be used with PT-76 in rapid, uninterrupted advances, so the reconnaissance elements were expected to move forward at speed until engaged.  This doctrine was also adopted by the United Arab Republic. If worse came to worst, the destruction of the scout company would at least alert the following troops to the presence of a strong defensive position.

These companies combine tanks for firepower and infantry in light BTR-50PK transporters to lead the advance. If the company ran into anti-tank guns, the infantry platoon could dismount and assault to clear the way forward, covered by their transporters and the tanks.

Designed by Allen Evan
Painted by Casey Davies

BTR-50PK (AAR221)
The BTR-50PK in Fate Of A Nation












Equipment and Notes 








Standard Tank



AA MG, Amphibious, Carries four passengers,
Wide tracks.

BTR-50PK (AAR221) BTR-50PK (AAR221)

This tank was designed to traverse even the most wet of terrain.

Amphibious vehicles treat all Impassable water terrain as Difficult Going instead of Impassable. If Passengers are forced to Dismount for any reason while in Impassable water, they drown and count as destroyed.

BTR-50PK (AAR221) BTR-50PK (AAR221)

Wide Tracks
Some excellent tank designs have successfully utilised wider tracks, allowing them to cross almost any terrain.

If a vehicle with Wide Tracks becomes Bogged Down while attempting to cross Rough Terrain, roll again. On a roll of 4+ the vehicle immediately frees itself and continues moving.

Last Updated On Wednesday, August 21, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront