The infantry fighting vehicle BTR-K Kamysh and its anti-aircraft cousin ZSU-39 Tigris share the same vehicle platform. Developed by Russia with a pinch of undeniable inspiration from Israeli IFVs, they serve in the CSAT army as a prime example of a leveling of the technology field with the West. The Kamysh is equipped with a CTWS turret fitted with a 30mm cannon, coaxial machine gun and 2 guided AT missiles, making the vehicle significant in the infantry support role.
The Kamysh's chassis is loosely based on the Belarusian-made "BM-2T Stalker" but is combined with a Samson RCWS-30 turret (which is also used by the real-world Pandur II that is represented in-game as the Gorgon).
The overall design and armament loadout of the Kamysh is also similar to that of the "BMPT Terminator".
The BTR acronym (Russian: Bronetransporter) is a designation used for wheeled Russian armoured personnel carriers.
This is a misnomer however, as the Kamysh is clearly a tracked IFV. Tracked vehicles of this category are typically designated as BMP (Russian: Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty) instead, therefore a more appropriate designation for the Kamysh would actually be BMP-K Kamysh.