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

The Chieftain's Hatch: US Army Tanks in the Jungle, Part 2

Harry Yeide continues his article describing the evolution of the US Army's tank usage in the jungles of the Pacific campaign.

The Chieftain's Hatch: US Army Tanks in the Jungle Pt1

The US Army had to develop it tactics for operating in jungles on the fly. Harry Yeide looks at this in a two-part article.

Inside the Chieftain's Hatch: Conqueror, Part II

Our tour of Conqueror moves into the turret, looking at the jobs of the operator and the gunner.

The Chieftain's Hatch Museum Review: USMC

Returning to the series of museum reviews, The Chieftain went to Quantico.

Inside the Chieftain's Hatch: Conqueror Pt 1

Inside the Chieftain's Hatch now moves to the British Heavy Gun Tank Conqueror

The Chieftain's Hatch: British Assault Tanks

The British started a line of assault tanks in WWII. The Chieftain takes a look at some of them.

The Chieftain's Hatch: The Wonderful World of Yoh

Another report from the US National Archives, The Chieftain reveals some newly declassified designs from the 1950s.

The Chieftain's Hatch: What's in a Name? Part 2

Continuing from an article several weeks ago, contributors add to the confusion on just why some AFVs are called what they are.

The Chieftain's Hatch: Panzers at Puffendorf

At Operation Think Tank 2012, Harry Yeide mentioned the battle at Puffendorf as one of the few fights that included a large number of American and German tanks, and that you didn’t hear much about it because the Yanks got their butts kicked. Here’s what happened...