Tank / Armor

Collection by Mark Emerson

Where to hit a Tiger tank - panzer. I wonder if this will work in WoT Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Tank Armor, War Thunder, Military Armor, Tiger Tank, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks, Battle Tank

Vulnerability of German Tiger Tanks (WWII Tactical and Technical Trends, Dec. 1943, WW2, PzKpfw VI, Panzer VI)

Vulnerability of German Tiger Tanks: article from Tactical and Technical Trends, Dec. 1943

A look at the German heaviest tanks of World War II, the Tiger I, Tiger II King Tiger, and the Maus Panzer VIII. Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Mg34, Tank Armor, Military Armor, Tiger Tank, Tank Destroyer

Sturmtiger (German: "Assault Tiger") is the common name of a World War II German assault gun built on the Tiger I chassis and armed with a large rocket launcher. The official German designation was Sturmmörserwagen 606/4 mit 38 cm RW 61. Its primary task was to provide heavy fire support for infantry units fighting in urban areas

Pershing heavy American tank and crew. Tank used late in WWII Replaced Sherman as Allies' main battle tank. M26 Pershing, World Of Tanks, Ww2 Panzer, Tank Armor, Military Armor, Military Aircraft, Tank Destroyer, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks

[Photo] M26 Pershing heavy tank of US 9th Armored Division, near Vettweiss, Germany, Mar 1945

[Photo] M26 Pershing heavy tank of US 9th Armored Division, near Vettweiss, Germany, Mar 1945 | World War II Database

More German Armour in Italy (Tiger heavy tanks Nashorn-Hornisse tank destroyer) Italian Campaign, Military Drawings, Tank Armor, Canadian Army, Military Armor, Tiger Tank, Tank Destroyer, Military Pictures, Ww2 Tanks

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General George S. Patton U. Army General, commanding officer of First Armored corps observing Tanks on Training maneuvers in May American War, American History, Der Richter, George Patton, American Cemetery, Ww2 Tanks, United States Army, Military History, Us Army

General George S. Patton: "The object of war is not to die for your country, but to make the other bastard die for his"