BM-24M on a ZIL-157 chassis. Technical Museum of Togliatti.
BM-24T on a AT-S tractor chassis.
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The BM-24 is a multiple rocket launcher designed in the Soviet Union. It is capable of launching 240mm rockets from 12 launch tubes. Versions of the BM-24 have been mounted on the ZIL-151 6x6 Truck chassis and the AT-S tracked artillery tractor, forming the BM-24T from the latter. Production began out of Automotive Factory no. 2 in 1947 Moscow. Israel operated one battalion, consisting of vehicles captured from Egypt in the Six-Day War. The battalion took part in the Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Lebanon War.
- BM-24 (8U31) - Basic model, mounted on a ZiS-151 chassis.
- BM-24M (2B3) - Modified model, mounted on a ZIL-157 chassis.
- BM-24T - Tracked model, mounted on an AT-S chassis.
The Israeli 36 rocket MAR-240 on a Sherman tank chassis at Yad la-Shiryon Museum
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