Posts Tagged ‘libya’
Published on September 2, 2011 by Tycho de Feyter
We already knew Libyan rebels were using China-made BAW 212′s and Zhongxing pick up trucks. Today comes a new one: a Greatwall Wingle 3 pick up truck cruising trough the desert (it is the vehicle in the back ground, up front a mighty multiple rocket launcher).
Published on August 26, 2011 by Tycho de Feyter
Yesterday I posted a story on a lone BJ212 in the hands of the Libyan rebels liberating Tripoli. Today a nice set of Chinese Zhongxing pick up trucks used by the rebels to transport men and firepower over Libyan roads. The vehicles are non-army and were delivered by Zhongxing to Libya just before the fighting started.
Published on August 25, 2011 by Tycho de Feyter
Pic published today of Libyan rebels liberation Tripoli, capital of Libya. The vehicle is a military version of the Beijing Auto Works (BAW) BJ212. It is likely an ex-Libyan army vehicle taken by the rebels. In good hands… This military version is called T75 -105. T75 is an army number, 105 stands for the size of the gun, 105mm indeed.