Goliath tracked mine

soviet classification — German ground tracked  torpedo B1a «Goliath» (SdK 302),  1943, (torpedo with electric drive), small-serie (offcial catalogue)

The Goliath tracked mine — complete German name: Leichter Ladungsträger Goliath , service name Sd.Kfz. 302/ 303a/ 303b — was a remote controlled German-engineered demolition vehicle, also known as the beetle tank (UK/US).

Remote control wedge-torpedo Goliath, carrying an explosive charge to destroy gun emplacements, enemy tanks, breaching minefields. Late version — RC

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German tracked mine Goliath

Crawler ground torpedo B1a «Goliath» (302 SDK) and B1B «Goliath» (303 SDK). They are designed in 1943, operated by the army of Nazi Germany, were used in the fighting during the Second World War.

  • Weight — 0.2 tons
  • Overall dimensions (length x width x height) – 1500 mm, x 830 mm, x 520 mm;
  • armed — subversive bomb weighing 75 kg;
  • power of the electric motor 8 kW;
  • speed of 20 km / h; the range of 400-500 m.