The T-72 is a Soviet second-generation main battle tank that entered production in 1970. It was developed directly from Obyekt-172, and shares parallel features with the T-64A. The T-72 was one of the most widely produced post-World War II tanks, second only to the T-54/55 family, and the basic design has also been further developed as the T-90.
T-80UE-1, modernized version of the T-80BV. The modification is simple but effective. When the T-80UDs end of their life (Russia doesn't produces parts for its engine). their hulls are sent for scrapping, but the turrets are utilized to replace the ones on the T-80BVs. Furthermore a thermal sight is installed, making it a very competitive vehicle.
Ukrainian army on use modernization, the designs incorporate the 'Knife' reactive armor that offers better performance dealing with tandem warheads than Russian Kontakt-5, new Ukrainian made 125 mm GUN KBA3, TO1-KO1ER night sight and capable to fire the Ukrainian made missile KOMBAT with tandem warhead.