This page is not completed and is still being written!
This is a list of targets, events and/or nations! They are chosen for reasons of Cold War geo-political, military and infrastructural development, plus a bit of good ATL story telling. It is not intended to be biased or one sided!
South Africa’s HMS Wessex (R78). Was in use with the UK during World War 2 and with South Africa until 1972.
A Yugoslav MiG21-bis. Made in the Russian SSFR between 1954 and 1955. The USSR/Russia and the Ukraine used them until 1990. Libya, Serbia and N. Korea still used them as of 2012.
Sweedish paratroopers and a Helicopter of 1958-60.
A Comet tank. The UK used them between 1944 and 1958, but Myanmar still uses them.
The American Ontos, officially the Rifle, Multiple 106 mm, Self-propelled, M50, light armoured tracked anti-tank vehicle mounted six M40 106 mm recoilless rifles as its main armament. They could be fired individually or in rapid succession against single targets to guarantee a kill. They used it between 1956 and 1969.
The Japanese Type 60 Self-propelled 106 mm Recoilless Gun was a light anti-tank vehicle developed by Japan in the late 1950s. It mounts two M40 106 mm recoilless rifles as its main armament. Japan used them from 1960 to 2008.
The Douglas C-47 Skytrain or Dakota is a military transport aircraft that the USA made and used from 1946 to 1967. Canada, Australia, West Germany, India, Pakistan and the UK had them for many years to. Some civil variants lasted to 2012 in the UK and USA.
A damaged Libyan Mig-21 leftover from the war of 1962 .
The USA's M113I APC. They used it from 1960 onwards. It was also used by S. Vietnam.
A W. German Schutzenpanzer_Lang_HS.30 APC. They used them from 1958 to 1971.
A Soviet T-10 tank. Used by the USSR 1958-late 1970's.
The Soviet built destroyer was used by them from 1951 to 1958, then given to Poland, who used it to 1974.
To disrupt North Korean communications, the USS Missouri fires a salvo from its 16-inch guns at shore targets near Chongjin, North Korea, 21 October 1950. It was in service from 1940 to 1995.