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"I don't think we have over match." Later, when asked about peer or near-peer tanks by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton, Murray named several models. "I would say that the Israelis' the Merkava would be one," he said. "The [Russian] T-90 is probably pretty close. People talk about their Armata tank, and that's still, in my mind, not completely fielded. Probably the British tank [Challenger 2] is pretty close," Murray continued. "I would not say that we have the world-class tank that we had for many, many years. I'll be an optimist and say that we're at parity with a lot of different nations." View photos (A T-90A tank firing its main gun at Engineering Technologies 2012.Vitaly V. Kuzmin) Of the tanks Murray mentioned, Israel's Merkava IV is the newest , introduced in 2004. Russia's tanks the T-90 and the T-14 Armata are Moscow's latest models . The T-90A, the latest iteration of the 1970s' T-72, came online in 2004 and has a number of sophisticated armaments, including antitank and anti-missile systems althoughit appears to have reached a "dead end" for improvements, according to Popular Mechanics. The Armata is Russia's newesttank and is based on a completely new design, though development issues and budget cuts appear to have slowed its deployment. View photos Challenger 2 british tank More (A British Challenger 2 takes part in the Saber Junction exercise in Hohenfels Training Area, October 28.Staff Sgt. Brooks Fletcher, US Army Europe Public Affairs) The T-90A is the only tank used by US adversaries' Russia and Syria, Popular Mechanics notes. The UK has its Challenger 2, debuted in 1998 to replace the Challenger 1, which was in service during the Cold War. As the Challenger 2 and T-90A have been in service for most of the last 20 years, their parity or near parity with the Abrams has existed for some time .
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