ZIS-5 (“three-ton”) – a Soviet truck with lifting capacity of 3 tons, the second mass (after the GAZ-AA) truck 1930-40s, one of the major transport vehicles of the Red Army during Word War II. It was produced from 1933 to 1948 at the automobile plant named after Stalin. 571,199 pieces of truck ZIS-5 with modifications were issued only at Moscow ZIS plant In the 1934-1948 years.