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Tank destroyer

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ArtStation - M1A2 Jagdbrams Tank Destroyer, Alec Beals Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Sci Fi Tank, Military Drawings, Future Weapons, Tank Destroyer, Model Tanks, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Military Pictures

Single day project that started (and ended) as as joke photobashing an American Abrams MBT into the ridiculous German WW2 case-mate vehicles such as the Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger. . . After some feedback additional alternative models developed, and despite the short nature of the project I'm trying to do a better job documenting personal work so there is a resource page. . . Minor notes since there is not a spec page: . Gun would likely be 140MM and would for internal space + the weight of…

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Scott Kowalski
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wattpad.com Tank Destroyer Request May 5, 2020 Neither economic restrictions nor the virus epidemic is able to ensure the reduction of tension in the Far East. The countries in the region, especially in China and Japan, which cannot have a strong army as per their laws, continue to be armed. While modernizing the army on the one hand, and working on improving its capabilities on the other, Japan adds new defence systems to its inventory. In this context, the Japan Ground Self Defense Force…

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Jichiban 7
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The Entwicklung series, more commonly known as the E-series, was a late-World War II attempt by Germany to produce a standardised series of tank designs. There were to be standard designs in six different weight classes, from which several specialised variants were to be developed. This was necessitated by the extremely complex tank designs that had resulted in poor production rates and mechanical unreliability. The E-series designs were simpler, cheaper to produce and more efficient than…

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Alexander Collins