The real tanks, from Wargaming America's resident in-house tanker.

The Chieftain's Hatch: The 37mm T126b - Part II

A little over two months ago, I put up an article about an interesting discovery that I made about the 37mm Automatic Gun T16 -- I just re-discovered it a second time.

Chieftain's Hatch: Becoming an Old War Vet

Last weekend I attended a reunion, of the company with which I served in Iraq.

The Chieftain's Hatch: Chaffee auf Sd.Kfz.8

We're sure a number of you have seen a photo of an M24 sitting on a German suspension system; here’s the backstory.

The Chieftain's Hatch: Rangefinding

The Chieftain takes a look at the importance of, and some methods of, rangefinding.

The Chieftain's Hatch: T32 Test Report

T32's development program was cut short due to the end of the war, and the vehicle became a test subject. What became of the test? Chieftain fills us in.

The Chieftain's Hatch: Training a Modern WWII Tanker

The Museum of the American GI trains volunteers to be tankers for their re-enactments. This is how they do it.

The Chieftain's Hatch: Japanese Anti-tank Assaults

Another result of the digging in the National Archives is this summary of close assault anti-tank tactics.

The Chieftain's Hatch: 37mm Gun T16

The Chieftain shares some details of the fully-automatic 37mm gun developed for the US Army.

The Chieftain's Hatch: A Day Out in Texas

The Chieftain went to go watch a battle reenactment at the Museum of the American GI.