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Hetzer World

Hetzer World

Mak's group for tanks, armor, war, and history in general. Focusing predominantly on mechanized warfare in the 20th century.

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  • Maklarr4000
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    An American M60A1 with the RISE armor upgrade kit installed, 1989.
    Jan 16
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    A T-44 fitted with two jet engines pulled from MiG fighter jets makes one incredible tool for fighting fires.
    Jan 6
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    A Goliath tracked mine, a Fortress favorite for the new year!
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    Santa is coming to town, whether you like it or not.
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    M50 Ontos assault vehicles stand ready in the mud of Vietnam.
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    Shermans on the open road, 1944.
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    A Soviet T10 tank equipped with a missile launcher in place of it's main gun, sometime in the early 1960's.
    Dec 8 '19
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    A Bedford truck outfitted to lay down sheets of roadway, which would allow heavy vehicles (like the Churchill tank) to move up and across sandy beaches much easier. The trucks were almost always used behind combat lines.
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    A German Leopard 2 doing it's thing.
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    The American T95 medium tank prototype, which featured experimental hydro-pneumatic suspension to allow it to do all sorts of wild things. It was fitted with the turret intended for the M60A2 Starship tank, as they expected it would need to fire both conventional shells and missiles with it's specialized gun. The American army instead opted to go with the larger, more powerful (and surprisingly cheaper) M1 Abrams design instead.The American T95 medium tank prototype, which featured experimental hydro-pneumatic suspension to allow it to do all sorts of wild things. It was fitted with the turret intended for the M60A2 Starship tank, as they expected it would need to fire both conventional shells and missiles with it's specia...See more
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