Lastly, we have SU-100. Joining the T-34 in a walk through history, these machines were based on the T-34 and deployed in 1944 to combat the enemy’s well-armored vehicles. After WWII, these tank destroyers were actively used in the armies of more than 20 countries. The combat use of the SU-100 lasted for over 50 years, when successful self-propelled guns participated in the events of the civil war in Yemen.
In the background next to the SU-100 are a pair of 2C35 Coalition-SVs, the SU's successors. Self-propelled with 152-mm howitzers, they are some of the best guns of their class and capable of firing 10 rounds per minute at a range up to 50 miles.