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Emerson Tung May 25
Bomberhead Liberator, from my dieselpunk project Tankhead.
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Emerson Tung Apr 21
King Tiger Tankhead. The Kaiserian Empire will never financially recover from this! For my dieselpunk project, Tankhead.
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Emerson Tung May 11
New week, new mech! Featuring the Crossley, a lightning fast Scout Tankhead that was equipped with a modular backpack system, allowing it to switch out different configurations to suit the mission at hand. For my project,
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Emerson Tung May 4
This one was requested for some time now. T-34 Tankhead hot off the press!
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Tank Archives May 24
Soviet AFVs are known for their ruggedness and ability to fight in diverse conditions. Here we see an ISU-152 in the northern tundra demonstrating this versatility.
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Petri Mäkelä May 17
My latest on Russian unmanned ground vehicles and combat engineering joining hands.
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BitofCraic May 8
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Tank Archives 11h
Just how useful was the Panzerfaust on the Western Front, and how did Allied tanks protect itself from it? I take a look at both improvised and factory-built protection in my latest article on :
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Sukhoi Su-57 Felon 🇷🇺🇮🇳 Apr 13
receives first batch of new T-90M Proryv Main Battle
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Army Recognition May 7
to receive over 120 -72B3M in 2020
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Col Paul Clayton MBE May 4
I may be an infantryman but I still love seeing firing live. Here is C Sqn firing in 🇪🇪 💪💪💪
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Tank Archives 4h
It wasn't just the Germans who valued tanks built by CKD, its designs were very popular abroad. in 1937 an order for 21 Praga LTL tanks was made by Lithuania. Unlike the LT vz 38 that it resembles this tank had a 20 mm autocannon.
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MARS 2000 - oldschool brutal RTS Mar 28
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NTD News May 1
🔴Exclusive: Two videos show and other equipment being transported to the border area. may be preparing to guard its border in case becomes unstable.
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Tank Archives May 25
Journalist V.S. Grossman poses in front of a disabled German Pz.Kpfw.IV tank. The presence of Schurzen armour is quite rare. Since it snagged on terrain, tankers often removed it, or it fell off on its own. Infantry also liked to take it to make stoves.
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Tank Archives May 24
This Hotchkiss tank had a complicated past. It was built by the French, captured and modified by the Germans, and then recaptured again by the Free French during the liberation of Europe. Here it is seen in German territory with French and Allied markings.
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Tank Archives May 25
After a defect in M4A2(76)W HVSS tracks was discovered, an inventory was taken of tanks that arrived in the USSR in 1945. Of the 177 tanks, all had defective tracks. Due to these defects the HVSS tanks only saw use in August.
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Tank Archives 8h
Matilda in whitewash camouflage, winter of 1941-1942. Despite claims of Soviet media censoring the participation of foreign vehicles in the Red Army, this photo was originally captioned "English tanks arrive in Lieutenant Suvorov's unit".
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Tank Archives 9h
Beware the bog monster! A T-34 (I think) is camouflaged with grass in a field. This kind of camouflage would be pretty effective at hiding it from above, provided you could do something about the tank's shadow.
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Tank Archives 2h
A batch of defective T-34 hulls and turrets was produced in 1940. The Red Army took an advantage of this to perform wide scale trials to figure out the quality of the armour that wouldn't be allowed into battle anyway.
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