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Peter W. Singer
The risk now is that some Pentagon task force will be actually be tasked to try to turn Trump's mistaken claims into real policy (as happened when he mangled the SpaceForce command idea into a new service) Congrats on your new Sherman tanks.
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Rob Jul 1
Simple mistake by Trump he meant that T-72's will be on display.
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Jonathan Ginsburg Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger @USArmy
We can borrow some from israel, they are the only ones still using it.
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robogreen Jul 1
that freedom is so intense.
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Peter W. Singer Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger
Personally, I am looking forward to the report from the Heritage Foundation on why the US Army needs new Sherman tanks, now more than ever.
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Mike Cane Jul 1
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Peter W. Singer Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger
And Lindsay Graham's congratulatory tweet to Trump, praising him for the wisdom of restarting the Sherman assembly line
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Byron Callan Jul 1
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Geoffrey DeWeese Jul 1
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We could build so many Sherman's! Every Soldier could get one of their own!!
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Zachary Steinborn Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger
Is this the Army's version of the ?
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Peter W. Singer Jul 1
Replying to @zsteinborn
only the part where the US loses...
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McLeclerc Jul 1
Questionable article, US tank crews had very low casualties compared to other countries. Was one of the most survivable tanks of the war. T-34 was atrocious in terms of losses & crew deaths & as an overall tank.
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Zachary Steinborn Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger
Follow up question, are we sure that there is not a TRUMP™ tank factory?
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DegusLocke Jul 1
Replying to @peterwsinger @USArmy
Do not need again. :/
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DegusLocke Jul 1
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Raymond R Price Jul 1
Paraguay has some, but apparently they were retired for good last April.
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Hamlet Jr. Jul 1
That would be the later Shermans. The 1st ones used would blow from a single hit from a panzerfaust or heavier German tank, and could only penetrate Nazi armor from the back, earning them nicknames like that and “Yankee firecrackers”
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