>leave the T-34 to me

>leave the T-34 to me

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >loses
    >cue training montage

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >alles gut, kamerad. I'll be taking on the KV2. Piece of cake

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Kv2 at 800 yards sitting along a bend in the road
      >sees approaching chads in their cute Pznr 2 and volkswagon chadmobile
      >Kv2 has no optics because it's 1941 and the unfinished slave labor built Russian tanks are outnumber 2:1 by American Lend-Lease tanks that actually work but still get raped by more competent and well trained German tanks
      >Kv2 fires but the shell misses by 40 yards high and to the left because the shells are filled with concrete instead of lead or explosives because Russia lost half their industrial output when Ukrainian factories and Belarussian factories were liberated
      >The Pznr 2 notices the Kv2, stops and takes aim
      >Quality German ammunition starts hitting the Kv2 but no penetration
      >German Tank Commander who actually has binoculars, unlike the Russian slave-conscipts who were literally locked inside their tank by the commissars before deploying(they ate the assistant loader because no food lmao), calls in fire correction and starts stacking explosives rounds down the chode size barrel of the Kv2
      >Round after round of accurate and potent German steel and explosives go down the Russian barrel, causing so much shrapnel and smoke that the Russian crew asphyxiates
      >German crew send VolksChadwagon back to advancing encirclement pocket headquarters and reports a downed Kv2 and it's condition
      >The Kv2 is later scrapped and melted down for use in the V2 rocket that made Churchill shit his pants on August 8th, 1944, while he was at his mansion north of London.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >literally locked inside their tank by the commissars
        A fellow warhammer enjoyer I see.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        fake story, no german would ever use commie-quality steel

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/u5feMyC.jpg

        >literally locked inside their tank by the commissars
        A fellow warhammer enjoyer I see.

        reportedly, Russians actually locked tank crews inside their tanks during battle of Moscow to prevent desertion

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I am pretty sure that particular panzer 1 rolled off the assembly lines long after KV-2 had all been taken out of action

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I too have an instant loss fetish

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >only 2 marks of excellence
    What a noob lol, git gud.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    considering they actually encountered t34s and managed to roll all the way to moscow and stalingrad, i dont think they were that bad unless you insist on looking only at numbers

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      only 10% of losses over barbarossa were attributed to the 37mm gun
      this was despite 37mm guns being the most numerous tank gun at the time, most kills were chalked up to the 5cm gun which was still brand new

      pz38 might have been one of the only things the T-34 was not routinely defeated by and probably why it is associated with good armor
      the extreme hardness of the armor reduced performance vs big guns due to spalling but it meant small guns simply shattered when they struck the hard plate

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        was that around the same time that the Brits in North Africa were learning about their 2-pounder also not being up to the task too?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine being forced to drive a P2 until 1943

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Heheh Sherman assembly line *BRRRRRRRRRRRTTTTTT

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Making tanks with shit side armor well into 1945 when the enemy's best tactic is flanking with superior numbers seems about as retarded as it is German.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        lol, I'd rather have a Sherman than whatever the Germans could desperately scrounge together. The thing is that the Sherman was a good consistent medium tank that was easy to maintain, transport, and upgrade, all while being mass produced at ungodly levels. Meanwhile the Germans are lucky if they get pic related for armor support.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The late war Shermans had the much improved 76mm gun. Apparently each one cost $30,000, meanwhile the King Tiger cost $350,000 equivalent. So at a minimum you are outnumbered 10-1, but realistically tons of time was wasted converting over tooling and such at factories. It really boggles the mind how bad of a decision Germany was making. OTOH no King Tiger was frontally penned during the war, as far as I know. Impressive tank but the economics and logistics are just stupid.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            All you have to do to see just how superior the Allies were on the Western Front is look at what the divisions on both sides were actually composed of. German Armored divisions were an absolute mess of captured French tanks from 1940, a few later model Panzer IVs, and an infinitesimally tiny amount of Tiger Is and Panthers. Meanwhile, The Allies had just platoon, upon platoon, upon company, upon battalions of Shermans. It's hilarious the level of disparity.

            In general though, the M4 was a very good tank in 99% of the battles The Allies fought and the few battles they weren't outright superior in they could just bring up a tank destroyer battalion and knock out whatever heavy armor the Germans happened to be using. It's simply obvious to me that the Sherman was the best tank of the war by far. It was the best engineered, most survivable, most easily produced, most easily transported, most easily upgraded, made in absolutely insane quantities, and with actually good quality control unlike the T-34 that had massive mechanical issues. It was the best possible tank for The Allies and it did fantastic work long after World War II was over.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >All you have to do to see just how superior the Allies were on the Western Front is look at what the divisions on both sides were actually composed of. German Armored divisions were an absolute mess of captured French tanks from 1940, a few later model Panzer IVs, and an infinitesimally tiny amount of Tiger Is and Panthers
              german armor in 1944 was actually split equally between panzer IVs, stugs, and panthers
              lin 1945, when German industry collapsed, then tanks of all kinds fell sharply but casemated guns like the stug III increased

              there werent actually that many old french or early-war tanks left by 1944, not evne panzer IIIs

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Their were in Normandy, which is the only Western Front campaign that mattered.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Their were in Normandy
                german OB west had 50/50 split between panzer IVs and panthers positioned against operation overlord
                looted french tanks were mostly stationed in southern france where they did not expect to face heavy resistance, and only saw action in operation dragoob

                western france was actually fairly well-equipped with a lot of panthers and half-tracks
                the first 30 panthers captured were from a failed attack against the american sector, where they were scattered by naval gunfire

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I believe also the first combat outing of the King Tiger was in Normandy, if I remember my The Tank Museum Tank Chats video correctly. The Germans made many assault guns because they were significantly cheaper than their turreted sisters, it was one of the few logistics-minded things they seemed to do with tank design during the war. It's astonishing if you think about a major auto manufacturer today, they switch models maybe every 7-10 years on average. Minor revisions from year to year and maybe a refresh/facelift version in the middle, but generally it's the better part of a decade before they completely retool the assembly plant to a new design. The Germans started the war with Pz.III and Pz.IV and went through Tiger 1, Panther, Tiger 2, and many others too. It's crazy really.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                panther was an attempt to streamline production, at least
                it required only slightly more man-hours than a panzer IV despite weighting 20 tons more due to implementing a less complex shape that could be more quickly welded
                and had the war gone on to 1946, they schmalturm would have sped up production even faster, though at the cost of internal volume and crew comfort

                they just over-estimated exactly how much labor it would have saved necessitating the panzer IV to be kept in production until the end of the war (though with 6000 produced, they managed to get about 3 panthers to every 4 panzers)
                and also under-estimated how much of a burder 40 tons was on the supply chain, so the panzer IV was necessary as a light option

                but at least there was an attempt

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                That's pretty cool I didn't know the Panther was efficient in manufacturing like that. They would have been better served by streamlining even more production, completely stopping Tiger and Tiger 2 design and production to maximize Panther production. Compare to the USSR and USA which both just maxed out production of their imperfect but good enough medium tanks. Even in 1945 the Panther was a great tank in terms of firepower and armor.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >at the cost of internal volume and crew comfort
                The design documents actually point out that neither are really affected.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >All you have to do to see just how superior the Allies were on the Western Front is look at what the divisions on both sides were actually composed of.
              This is true and dovetails with your next point. The Sherman was a decent tank vs the late ware German stuff through sheer numbers, however in reality it wasn't often fighting late war stuff like King Tigers, it was usually fighting Pz.IV, assault guns, and Panthers. Those fights were much closer, and especially late war when most Shermans were 76mm (not sure of the actual proportion).

              >In general though, the M4 was a very good tank in 99% of the battles The Allies fought and the few battles they weren't outright superior in they could just bring up a tank destroyer battalion and knock out whatever heavy armor the Germans happened to be using.
              IIRC anti-tank guns were responsible for far more tank losses than actual tank vs tank combat.

              >It's simply obvious to me that the Sherman was the best tank of the war by far. It was the best engineered, most survivable, most easily produced, most easily transported, most easily upgraded, made in absolutely insane quantities, and with actually good quality control unlike the T-34 that had massive mechanical issues. It was the best possible tank for The Allies and it did fantastic work long after World War II was over.
              I wouldn't say by far, but I'd say you could argue it was the best. It certainly had major weaknesses compared to other designs, but overall probably the best if you had to pick just one. Most enemy armor is destroyed by towed anti-tank guns, heavy artillery, attacker aircraft, and mechanical issues/logistics (no replacement parts or fuel, leaving armor stranded). So for the most part the question is about having tanks around or not, and that is a logistics question.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Those fights were much closer, and especially late war when most Shermans were 76mm (not sure of the actual proportion).
                10,000 long gun shermans were produced, of which 6000 were pressed into service with the americans

                so you had 25% of total production, but with about 10,000 peak tank strength in 1944/45, an armored division could expect 50% of their tanks to be armed with the 76mm
                divisions that saw heavier fighting would get more 76s due to most replacements after 1944 being long guns, while divisions that saw less fighting could sometimes keep 100% 75mm shermans
                so something like the 2nd AD which fought straight from normandy to germany could have 3-4 long gun shermans in a platoon, with just 1 75mm armed sherman retained for WP slinging
                newly raised divisions would also be uniformly armed with 76s, with the obligatory 75mm as a support party member
                while tankers in italy might only get a single long gun sherman in their platoon and the rest keeping the original 75

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Interesting, thanks. I am most puzzled by the M26 which seems like barely an upgrade at all over the best Sherman designs.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >barely an upgrade at all over the best Sherman designs.
                according to stats from korea, you only needed 1/4th the number of M26s as M4s to achieve the same number of kills

                side armor of 76mm and frontal armor of 100mm at 45degrees meant it was virtually invulnerable to the panthers gun in a frontal 45 degree arc, and could take hits that would have messed up a tiger
                and its 90mm gun could dispatch a panthers frontal armor at close range, long range with T33 shot or APCR

                where it failed, and why the M4 outlived it in korea, is that it had the same engine as the M4 in a panther sized body
                and the mechanical unreliability of the panther, these things just did not work right
                so they ended up making the right decision in only fielding limited numbers of them, though the design obviously showed promise when it did work

                where the M26s contribution comes in is in its power-pack, its rear wheel drive meant it could reduce height significantly
                unlike the tiger, it did not have large exposed sponsons
                but its improved power-pack was very small and light, so its turret was centered; compare to the T-34 which also had a rear power-pack but had its turret placed far forward to offset the weight and it would dig the gun into the ground when it hit a ditch

                >tldr
                it actually represented a huge leap over the sherman mechanically but was too unreliable
                however its problems were ironed out and it would be one of the most important leaps in tank design for the US

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I thought the 75mm gun on the Panther would penetrate 192mm at point blank, and still have 140mm of pen at 1500m. The 55' slope of the M26 front plate is an effective 130-140mm of armor. Note that I'm not a tank expert just someone who has fallen in love with Warthunder.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I thought the 75mm gun on the Panther would penetrate 192mm at point blank
                thats with the APCR round, which was nearly non-existent in german service due to chronic tungsten shortages
                the standard AP round can go through about 140mm of vertical armor
                warthunder values are hilariously too high, due to switching from real life penetration charts to a formula
                which leads to the american 76mm gun defeating 145mm of armor in WT when in real life its stated to defeat 125mm of armor

                and even discounting that, engagements did not occur directly front to front, theres always a natural variance in engagement angle
                so the M26 would have a compound angle of 200mm of armor on its front and 150mm of side armor when viewed at roughly 30 degrees off-axis
                a very tough target, you would need to aim for the flat section of its mantlet to defeat it

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Where are you getting your numbers from? They're completely wrong.
                According to WWII Ballistics - Armor and Gunnery, the 75L70 will penetrate 185mm of RHA at 100m with standard APCBC rounds, which is enough to penetrate the M26 Pershing through the turret in excess of 1km.
                Even the 75L48 on the Panzer IV with 135mm penetration is capable of defeating the M26 Pershing through the front of the turret at closer range, and will also be able to penetrate through the turret of an IS-2 while we're at it.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                L/70 is listed at 138mm at 30degrees at 100mm
                this translates to 160mm of penetration
                M26 pershing has virtual immunity to the L/70 if its so much as angled more than 10 degrees to either side, engagements do not occur head to head

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I literally gave you the authoritative source on WW2 ballistics.
                What the fuck are you doing retard?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Holy shit you're a cretin, 138mm is the statistics for the L/48. The L/70 was a far more powerful weapon.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >L/70 is listed at 138mm at 30degrees at 100mm
                No it is not.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >which was nearly non-existent in german service due to chronic tungsten shortages
                Nonsense. It wasn't that rare, it got rarer later on but look at how many hundreds of thousands of tungsten shots were used in the first 2 years of barbarossa alone.
                The rest of your numbers are bullshit too. Did you just make them up?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                at the start of barbarossa, only 5% of allocated ammo was tungsten due to shortages
                the panther was not normally issued APCR, with ammo load being 50% HE and 50% AP

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                At the start of barbarossa 3,7 was deemed sufficient because the Wehrmacht ignored Hitler when he demanded 5cm as the minimum standard gun on tanks before the french campaign and just nodded along.
                That changed quickly and so did the distribution of tungsten rounds.
                Would've changed even quicker if Hitler wouldn't have had to get pissed off after seeing the tiny guns in 2 different massive parades and asked where the fuck the bigger ones were he ordered.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Hitler was unironically a tank autist.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Nah, he's just like big tanks with big guns.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Where the hell do you get your information from?
              German Army in Normandy was rougly
              >900 Panzer IVs
              >650 Panthers
              >450 StuGs
              >126 Tiger I & II
              >112 Jagdpanzers
              Beutepanzers were concetrated in 3 units
              Panzer battalion 206, 100 which each had about 40-50 old French tanks and 21st Panzer Division which 40 French tanks and about 90 French hulls modified into SPGs with 7,5cm, 10,5cm and 15cm guns

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Where the hell do you get your information from?
              German Army in Normandy was rougly
              >900 Panzer IVs
              >650 Panthers
              >450 StuGs
              >126 Tiger I & II
              >112 Jagdpanzers
              Beutepanzers were concetrated in 3 units
              Panzer battalion 206, 100 which each had about 40-50 old French tanks and 21st Panzer Division which 40 French tanks and about 90 French hulls modified into SPGs with 7,5cm, 10,5cm and 15cm guns

              >German Armored divisions were an absolute mess of captured French tanks from 1940, a few later model Panzer IVs, and an infinitesimally tiny amount of Tiger Is and Panthers.
              And if we want to go into detail about this nonsense, from my notes
              >1 SS PD 'Liebstandart Adolf Hitler'
              103 Panzer IV, 72 Panther, StuG III
              >2 SS PD 'Das Reich'
              48 Panzer IV, 79 Panther, 40 StuG III
              >9 SS PD 'Hohenstaufen'
              48 Panzer IV, 79 Panther, 40 StuG III
              >10 SS PD, Frundsberg'
              39 Panzer IV, 38 StuG III
              >12 SS PD, 'Hilterjugend;
              115 Panzer IV, 79 Panther, 10 Jagdpanzer IV
              >17 SS PzG 'Gotz von Berlingen'
              3 Panzer IV, 38 StuG IV, 21 Jagdpanzer IV
              >2 PD
              96 Panzer IV, 79 Panther, 21, Jagdpanzer IV
              >9 PD
              82 Panzer IV, 79 Panther, 5 StuG III
              >116 PD
              86 Panzer IV, 76 Panther, 6 StuG III, 21 Jagdpanzer IV
              >Panzer Lehr Division
              110 Panzer IV, 97 Panther, 10 StuG III, 31 Jagdpanzer IV
              >21 PD
              98 Panzer IV 'lang' 6 Panzer IV 'kurz' 6 Panzer III, (last two types were requisitioned from tank training schools), 38 S35 and 2 H39 tanks
              The unit that was fitted with the obsolete French tanks and was withdrawn before seeing combat to be refit with Panthers

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Based note taker, but what is this:
                >98 Panzer IV 'lang' 6 Panzer IV 'kurz'

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Panzer IV with long 75 and Panzer IV short 75mm howitzer. Short barreled Panzer IV were not in use by the other Panzer and Panzergrenadier divisions in Normandy
                21st Panzer Division was a very hodgepodge unit that was reinforced with self-propelled guns mounted on obsolete French H39 chassis to form StuG Battalion 200 of 16 SPGs fitted. 7,5cm PaK 40 and 24 with the 10,5cm Ie.FH 18 howitzer. These types of vehicles would usually be in Infanterie divisions
                also forgot
                >1 SS PD 'Liebstandart Adolf Hitler'
                45 StuG III

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            All figures I have for the Sherman are around $45-55,000

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Don't forget that due to laborers in Germany being mostly slaves by that point, a lot of the Tanks were poorly made and had lots of broken parts and shoddy assemblage on arrival

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              No slaves worked on complex and sensitive machines like tanks, they were all skilled German laborers. Do you think Russian POWs know the first thing about welding 100mm thick armor plates?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >medium tank that was easy to maintain
          Eh, it wasn't much easier than the German tanks. The Army just had better logistics.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Making tanks with shit side armor well into 1945
        40mm of side armor was squarely in the middle between the panzer IVs 30mm and the T-34s 50mm of side armor
        with the ammo-rack bulges having 52mm of thickness
        M4 production actually sank in 1945, as they didnt want to keep making so many tanks that would be obsolete when the war ended, unlike the soviets who kept making T-34s right up until the very last day of the war and got their satellite states producing them until the early 50s

        but the sherman has other attributes that made it a very good idea anyways
        -10 degrees of depression, very fast turret traverse, and a unity-sight/commander override for the gun made it very good at acquiring targets and firing
        if the crew was trained its use, then the stabilizer helped tremendously on top of that

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The late war Shermans had the much improved 76mm gun. Apparently each one cost $30,000, meanwhile the King Tiger cost $350,000 equivalent. So at a minimum you are outnumbered 10-1, but realistically tons of time was wasted converting over tooling and such at factories. It really boggles the mind how bad of a decision Germany was making. OTOH no King Tiger was frontally penned during the war, as far as I know. Impressive tank but the economics and logistics are just stupid.

          https://i.imgur.com/CXW3MnB.jpg

          All you have to do to see just how superior the Allies were on the Western Front is look at what the divisions on both sides were actually composed of. German Armored divisions were an absolute mess of captured French tanks from 1940, a few later model Panzer IVs, and an infinitesimally tiny amount of Tiger Is and Panthers. Meanwhile, The Allies had just platoon, upon platoon, upon company, upon battalions of Shermans. It's hilarious the level of disparity.

          In general though, the M4 was a very good tank in 99% of the battles The Allies fought and the few battles they weren't outright superior in they could just bring up a tank destroyer battalion and knock out whatever heavy armor the Germans happened to be using. It's simply obvious to me that the Sherman was the best tank of the war by far. It was the best engineered, most survivable, most easily produced, most easily transported, most easily upgraded, made in absolutely insane quantities, and with actually good quality control unlike the T-34 that had massive mechanical issues. It was the best possible tank for The Allies and it did fantastic work long after World War II was over.

          Shermaboos in 202X are the cursed reincarnation of the Wehraboos of the 2000s.
          Painful cringe.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >cringe
            >no actual counterargument
            c'mon, man. we all know who the real cringe is, and it's not anons pointing out the things we know are true with 80 years of hindsight and 30 years of turbonerds discussing it online

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Read the thread if you're interested in refutations of the obvious bullshit, one anon actually made the effort of listing the equipment of each relevant division in the theater.
              Shermaboos are retarded. The good solid tank meme is unironically much closer to the truth than all the recent overcompensation by insecure newmorons with their copes.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >it's not anons pointing out the things we know are true with 80 years of hindsight and 30 years of turbonerds discussing it online
              Yeah but shermaboos don't belong to that group now, do they?
              At least the tripleposting retard (You?) In question doesn't. I've seen some good arguments for the Sherman as the best tank of the war on PrepHole but that guy just shat out 3 posts with very little connection to reality and a couple of pre-packaged facts lifted from youtube videos whose significance he doesn't even understand.
              Painfully cringe.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                He's mostly right though..

                Saving that the PzKfwIII was still the best tank of the war.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                He's not even close.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Except it was not authorized for combat after 1942. Recon, MP etc. only.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Except it was not authorized for combat after 1942
                it wasnt fully phased out until after 1943, germans had a lot of panzer IIIs at kursk
                and the panzer III would live on as the stug III, the most produced german AFV

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                a shame it was so small and light weight

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the counter to being flanked on the most miniscule tactical level is not to have better side armour, it's to be spread out and in numbers such that you can counterflank

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          good side armor isnt for protection against an ambush
          its so that the tanks frontal armor isnt compromised when it wiggles to either side

          even a "frontal" engagement will have a semi-random angle to it where you can see the enemy side armor from the front
          the thicker your side armor, the greater the zone of immunity you have against a hypothetical threat

          so the panther only retained full-strength at a 30degree frontal arc, at 45 degrees the M3 75mm has a small chance to defeat it and the M1 76mm has a good chance to defeat it
          at 60 degrees, the 75 has about 50/50 chance and the 76 has a very easy time
          the tiger, by comparison, is immune to the 75 at every angle except perpendicular and immune to the 76 between 30-45

          so tiger has a much wider range of possible angles where its protected from the M1 76mm gun than the panther is, which is important when the enemy has multiple guns arranged along a line and can hit from a wider arc

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >superior numbers
        >10 Shermans to every nazi tank

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I can't hear you over the sound of roasting T-62s.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I passed through Hawthorne, NV this morning and their little historical military depot caught my eye. What tank is this? It looks American but I just can't quite place it.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      looks kinda british to me

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also they have a M247 Sergeant York. The pictures don't do justice to how huge this thing is. I had no idea the M48 Patton hull was so massive.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Whoops

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          sergeant york m247

          https://i.imgur.com/e3YABxI.jpg

          I passed through Hawthorne, NV this morning and their little historical military depot caught my eye. What tank is this? It looks American but I just can't quite place it.

          chieftain

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Is it a Chieftain?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Is that a Patton with a Russian turret of some kind?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's a Chieftain. Simple as

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah! Woo! You go Panzer! I'll be cheering you on from the sidelines. Leave the infanterie to me.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      She cute!

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >no history knowledge
    The Sherman was the best!
    >some history knowledge
    Germans and Sockets were the best!
    >Knowledgeable
    The M4 Sherman and its variants were the best all round tanks of the war, though the Panther could be better in many circumstances

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >real knowings
      none of this matters, America could have sent in dudes armed with shanks and still won

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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    Alternatively, for the brave:

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    Repeat this mantra:
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    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This sounds exceedingly Semitic, my dear anon. Real life is not Starcraft, and we are not Protoss.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      remember to use the orgone reflecter in order to organize your vril in proper order!!

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Is cruelty squad good? I’ve been thinking about trying it out.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It actually has really, really good gameplay, a tactical shooter that you can do all sorts of fun movement tricks in, especially with the bio-upgrades. And if you are a 500 iq intellectual such as myself you will greatly appreciate the artstyle, music, and story. The writing is pretty shitposty so I think you're bound to like it.
          I'd highly recommend trying it before you buy it, but definitely buy it if you like it; the dev is working on a new game which is supposed to be Armoured Core + Survival Horror

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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