El RPG-7 es un traficante de la muerte
El RPG-7, el lanzador de granadas contracarro propulsadas por un cohete y estabilizadas con aletas, cambió el curso de la guerra cuando apareció en 1961, cautivó la imaginación de los estudios de videojuegos y se convirtió en atrezo habitual de Hollywood. El clásico de los años 1980 Red Dawn... Read more
The RPG-7 Is a One-Man Dealer of Death
The RPG-7–the fin-stabilized, rocket-propelled anti-tank launcher–changed the face of warfare when introduced in 1961, captured the imagination of game studios and became a go-to Hollywood prop. The classic 1980s film Red Dawn portrayed ordinary American high school students blowing up Soviet tanks with captured RPGs as they shouted “Eat... Read more

Paul Richard Huard

Contributing Writer

Military historian, free-lance journalist, and contributor to War Is Boring. Areas of expertise: American military history, the Cold War, Russia and the Soviet Union, military small arms.

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