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Note that the rim of the propellant charge is not laid flush to the surface of the conformal fuel tank slot unlike the conformal fuel tank at the back of the fighting compartment. The right hull fuel tank is shown in the photo on the left (rotated to represent the actual orientation of the fuel tank in the hull) and a cross-section of the propellant charge slot in the fuel tank is shown on the right side. A positive change in the T-72B ammunition layout is that the number of cartridges stowed in the turret was reduced, moving more ammunition into the hull instead. Borgata also offers the Workforce Housing Program on a select number of apartment homes for eligible residents. In 1976, DARPA (followed by TACOM) initiated the High Mobility/Agility (HIMAG) program. The depression at the left hand corner of the fuel tank is made to help accommodate the shells clipped to the side of the hull. Note the small red TD-1 flame detection sensor at the lower left corner of the photo, next to the fuel tank. It is shown that two pairs of shells and propellant charges are stowed to the left of the carousel trapdoor, behind the backrest of the commander’s seat.


The commander can access the propellant charges stowed in the fuel tank by either swinging the backrest of his seat forward (in the T-72 Ural and T-72A) or by pivoting the backrest of his seat to the side (in the T-72B) as shown in the photo below. The location of these racks makes it convenient for the commander when loading the cannon manually, assuming that the turret is oriented forward or to the left. To use these racks, the commander should turn his TKN-3M/MK periscope to the right, lean forward to pull out a shell, ram it in into the gun, and repeat the motion to load the propellant charge. The drawing on the right below shows the propellant charge inside one of the slots. This stowage method minimizes the risk of immediate deflagration from open flames inside the tank because only the non-flammable steel casing stub is exposed. Almost all of the propellant charges – the most vulnerable half of the two-part ammunition – are stowed in cylindrical slots inside the conformal fuel tanks. The right hull fuel tank on the right hand side of the driver has slots for three propellant charges and either four shells (Ural) or three shells (T-72A, B) plus a single exposed propellant charge stowed in a circular cup at the back of the fuel tank.


Cross-sections of the slots for the shells in the front right hull conformal fuel tank are shown in the diagram below. A variation to this idea is the ability for printers to read memory cards directly from a digital camera or other image-storing device by simply inserting the cards into designated printer slots. It looks the part with most modern MacBooks, and is an easy way to connect memory sticks, a printer or other older devices that don’t come with USB-C. Then, the spring-loaded latch is held open, and the projectile is inserted up til the fins, and the latch is released so that as the projectile is inserted all the way forward, it stops against the latch. Due to the excellent location, the charges are almost completely safe – the carousel would always be in the way instead unless the tank was hit from behind, and it is extremely difficult to hit this fuel tank from above due to the location of the autoloader elevator mechanism and the crew seats. As 에볼루션게이밍 can see in the two photos below, the height of the propellant and shell compartments is just above the autoloader carousel.



Some of the propellant charges and shells are clipped to the cover, and others are placed vertically and clipped to the turret ring. This shell may obstruct the driver from moving to the gunner’s position, or the gunner from pulling the driver out of the tank through the turret. 2 shells are stowed in racks on the turret wall, on the gunner’s side. Here is one “ashtray” between the autoloader cassette elevator mechanism and the gunner’s cannon breech guard. There are 17 propellant charges in the hull, and 5 in the turret, on top of the autoloader carousel. More shells and propellant charges are stowed on top of the carousel cover. This scatter symbol pays in any places, with up to 4,400 coins to collect when five or more land at once. The “ashtrays” can be seen in the photo below, but the diagrams from the manuals are much more useful. The location of the fuel tank at the rear of the fighting compartment of a tank without the autoloader carousel is shown in the photo below. This is the same one as seen in the photo above, to the right of the carousel cover trapdoor. The projectiles are securely fixed in place and do not slide out forward, as a latch holds it by the fin retention band from the front, while a cresent-shaped rotating cover stops the projectiles from sliding rearward.


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