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The real tanks, from Wargaming America's resident in-house tanker.
This week's look into the archives answers the question of why the gyrostabiliser fitted to American tanks was generally poorly regarded.
Why didn't the US Army select the T26E4 for future production?
This is the first of a series of articles which looks at how the US Army set about developing and acquiring its new equipment.
General Douglas MacArthur intended to invade Luzon, the Philippine Islands, right where the Japanese had conducted their main landings in 1941.
Another fun discovery from the archives, a novel tank destroyer developed by an enthusiastic amateur.
The US Army learns a couple of lessons about this new "fire-on-the-move" concept.
The US Army's evaluation of the Centurion tank continues, with this report covering the stabilisation system.
We continue the look at the US Army's evaluation of the Centurion Tank.
The US evaluation of British equipment continued post-war. In this series, Chieftain brings us the US's report on the British Centurion tank.
Chieftain discovered a proposed light tank destroyer battalion when digging in the Archives. Here are the details.
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