The Polevka series of armored vehicles is a light tank featured in Just Cause: Volosia.
The body of each Polevka variant takes on the visual form of a real Soviet BRDM-2 armored car. Depending on the variant, it may take on the form of a stock BRDM-2, an ATGW BRDM-2, or a BRDM-2 with a PT-76 light tank's turret, respectively.
The BT-14 is a small scout APC variant of the Polevka armored vehicle, without any explosive weapons. It is designed for light but armored scouting across enemy territory and reconnaissance duties, as well as limited anti-infantry capability. It will do just fine against destructables as well as light vehicles and aircraft, but tanks will tear a BT-14 apart. It is equipped with one heavy machine gun in the turret and no other armament, making the vehicle effective against infantry, with limited use against enemy light vehicles and no effectiveness against tanks. Still though, when you need a light, fast scouting vehicle, the BT-14 is for you.
The T-607 is a light tank variant of the Polevka design, trading out speed and its machine gun turret for a larger and more powerful light tank turret equipped with a small 76mm tank cannon and a coaxial machine gun. It is designed as a light and fast scouting tank with limited combat capability against both light infantry targets and enemy vehicles. In addition, its tank cannon enables it to engage enemy light tanks and light vehicles efficiently and effectively. It may not be as fast as its BT-14 cousin, but it has the best firepower against enemy vehicles.
The F-2 variant of the Polevka armored vehicle trades out all armament for a missile apparatus designed to strike enemy positions from afar and generally to provide light harassment to enemy positions. While the vehicle is defenseless on its own unless the missiles are used at point-blank range, the missiles are designed for use against, and very effective against, enemy tanks, helicopters, and fortified positions. It is designed as a light missile artillery vehicle but has found some use in anti-aircraft purposes. However, the Bullfrog T2-AA is a much better option for anti-aircraft duties.
All three of these vehicles were in service with the Volosian Republic's military before the war, and like other post-Soviet vehicles like the BMI Husky or the Bullfrog Series Armored Vehicles, they went to the main factions of Volosia after the war broke out, becoming integral parts of each faction's armies. The United Volosian Republic has stronger alternatives available to them thanks to NATO, but the Volosian People's Republic as well as the Republican Army of Volosia use this vehicle extensively for light assault operations.