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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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    A group of M551 Sheridan light tanks, likely during the original Operation: Desert Storm.
    Sep 21
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    Russian T-80U/D tanks as seen during the 1991 Soviet coup in Moscow.
    Sep 21
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    The underside of the immense Char 2C Super Heavy Battle Tank.
    Sep 21
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    The PM-1, a flamethrower tank based on the Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer tank destroyer, which incorporated a modified turret from a standard Panzer 38(t) turret to mount the flamethrower.
    Sep 21
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    The Royal Australian army and Air Forces in Vietnam, featuring an American-made UH-1 Huey helicopter, and a set of British-made Centurion tanks.
    Sep 21
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    T-80B tanks on large-scale training maneuvers.
    Sep 21
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    The Soviet-made PKM machine gun, their equivalent to the American M60 and Squad Assault Weapon (SAW) heavier machine guns from the Vietnam era on forward. Much like the AK-47 and it's derivatives, the PKM's many operators today have a stance of "if it's not broken, don't fix it" and continue to use them today.
    Sep 21
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    An M46 Patton in Korea, 1951.
    Sep 19
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    An AM-40P, the French designation for the Panhard model 201 armored car as it was in 1937. The center wheels allowed it to cross more muddy terrain with greater ease than most wheeled vehicles, but lacked the true cross-country mobility of a tank.
    Sep 19
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    An artist's rendition of the FCM F4 heavy tank, an FCM proposal to compete with the Char B1. None were produced.
    Sep 19
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