Self-Made Outside-Mounted Defenses For Philippine Army Armoured Veheicles In Marawi – Photos

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Photos have appeared online showing self-made outside-mounted defenses used by the Philippine Army at armoured veheicles involved in clashes against ISIS in the city of Marawi.

Self-Made Outside-Mounted Defenses For Philippine Army Armoured Veheicles In Marawi - Photos

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Self-Made Outside-Mounted Defenses For Philippine Army Armoured Veheicles In Marawi - Photos

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Self-Made Outside-Mounted Defenses For Philippine Army Armoured Veheicles In Marawi - Photos

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  • Miguel Redondo

    At the third picture you see “reactive Armor” the phillipine way.

    • You made my day!

      • King_GeorgXIII

        dont laugh it will work!

        • Real Anti-Racist Action

          I just hope they did not pack enough explosives inside of those crates to flip an Abrams tank upside down. Cause they will totally ruin their camo paint job on that infantry fighting vehicle haha. It will suck their helmets off of their heads and leave them hairless for life lol. Too much of a good thing can be a very bad thing lol
          I guess in the end though they could say “hey, at least it stopped the ISIS rocket from being the thing that killed us”

          • mark123456

            i thought the wood is the actual armor, silly me. And the label explosives is for what was once inside. But why fill it with explosives?

    • mark123456

      Lmao

    • Bob

      Haha, assuming the vehicles own front tyre that seems in quite close proximity doesn’t tear it off!

    • χρηστος

      you know nothing of ‘reactive armour’. if they wanted that they would have covered the vehicle with boxes of matches. that would work.especially if they are the high end models that are waterproof and windproof. a more effective solution is cigarette lighters but its much more

      expensive. what we see here is a stealth vehicle. very low radar profile, state of the art camouflage. its a 9++ generation combat vehicle.

    • adzsiam

      Reminds me of those bed springs the Russians put on their tanks in 45, as a way of defeating the panzerfaust. Whatever works I suppose.

  • PZIVJ

    The wood should also help it float.
    Fully amphibious, it can drive into the ocean and show up on the other side of the island.
    Taking ISUS trash by complete surprise! :)

  • BlakeRye

    Wouldn’t that make things even worst, say if the enemy throws a molotov ?