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Vehicle Info
 Operators  Insurgents, Irregular Militia
 Maps Available  Eastern Europe:
Belaya, Fool's Road, Gorodok, Mestia, Narva, Operation First Light, Yehorivka
Southern Asia:
Chora, Kamdesh Highlands, Kohat Toi, Kokan, Logar Valley, Sumari Bala
Middle East:
Al Basrah

The Ural-375D is one of the Vehicles available in Squad. The Ural-375D is a general purpose off-road 6x6 Transport and Logistics truck that was adopted by the Soviet Army in 1964 to 1991, when the Soviet Army dissolved. The Soviet Army's successor, the Russian Ground Forces (RGF), continued using the truck to this day.

GENERAL INFORMATION[edit | edit source]

The Ural-375D is a general purpose off-road 6x6 truck designed and manufactured by the Ural Automotive Plant (UAP) since 1964. The Ural-375D is a variant of the Ural-375, which was designed and manufactured by the same company in 1961 to replace the ZIL-157 truck for the Soviet Army. The Ural 375 is a general purpose vehicle, meaning that it can have a large amount of uses, such as a tractor trailer, box truck, military transport, etc. The UAP later designed the Ural 375's variant, the Ural 375D, in 1964, and includes an all-metal cab and full-time all-wheel drive and is used to mount the BM-21 "Grad" Rocket Launcher. Production for the Ural-375 stopped while production for the Ural-375D began in 1964 and stopped in 1983, when the Ural-4320 became more favorable than the Ural-375D.. The Soviet Army later adopted the Ural-375D in the same year and was in service till 1991, when the Soviet Army dissolved. The Soviet Army's successor, the RGF, later used the Ural 375D for military transport, logistics, and a launching platform for the BM-21 "Grad" Rocket Launcher since 1991.

The Ural-375D weighs 8 tonnes (7.87 long tons, 8.82 short tons), and is 7.35 m long (24.11 ft), 2.69 m wide (8.83 ft), 2.68 m high (8.79 ft). This vehicle has the ZiL-375 diesel engine whose power is 180 hp. It can reach up to a speed of 75 km/h (46.60 mph).

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The Ural-375D is previously used by the RGF until it got replaced by the Ural-4320. As of now, the Ural-375D is used by the Irregular Militia as transport and logistics while the Insurgents used it for anti-aircraft.

  • The number of crew and passengers that a Ural-375D can hold depends on the variant. The crew has no protection and as such, is extremely exposed.
  • Due to the Ural-375D having no armament, the vehicle must be protected by infantry or fire support vehicles.
  • The Ural-375D has weak armor, and can be taken down by .50 cal ammunition and RPG-7 fire. The vehicle can also be effectively disabled if the crew is shot out by small arms fire.
  • For more information, see "Loading and Unloading Supplies" section of Logistic System.

Variants[edit | edit source]

Transport[edit | edit source]

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The Ural-375D Transport variant is best for fast movement of a squad to different places around the map. It is available to the Irregular Militia only.

Logistics[edit | edit source]

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The Ural-375D Logistics variant exchanges its passenger capacity for carrying supplies to squads to build forward operating bases. It is available to the Irregular Militia and the Insurgents (in civilian colors only).[1]

ZSU-23-2[edit | edit source]

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Armed with the ZSU-23-2 anti-air autocannon, this Ural-375D can inflict harsh damage on approaching enemy aircraft as well as nearby infantrymen. It is available to the Insurgents only.[1]

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