Light Tank: Valentine

Valentine

Developed in 1938 by Vickers-Armstrong, the tank was one of the best in its class. A total of 8275 vehicles in various modifications were manufactured from 1940 through 1944.

Characteristics for a vehicle with basic configuration and a crew with 100% qualification.

Main Characteristics

Tier IV
Hit Points 310 HP
Weight/Load Limit 16.26 / 16.5 t
Price 120,000
Crew
  1. Commander (Gunner, Radio Operator)
  2. Driver
  3. Loader
Mobility
Engine Power 135 h.p.
Speed Limit 24 km/h
Traverse Speed 40 deg/sec
Turret Traverse Speed 44 deg/sec
Armor
Hull Armor (mm)
  • front 60
  • sides 60
  • rear 60
Turret Armor (mm)
  • front 65
  • sides 60
  • rear 65
Armament
Gun QF 2-pdr Mk. X
Ammunition 60 pcs
Damage 38-63 HP
Armor Penetration 59-98 mm
Rate of Fire 28.57 rounds/min
View Range 330 m
Signal Range 350 m

Configuration

Turrets

Turrets

Tier Turret Armor
(mm)
Traverse Speed
(deg/sec)
View Range
(m)
Price
(credits)
III Valentine Mk. I
  • front 65
  • sides 60
  • rear 65
44 330 1,880
IV Valentine Mk. XI
  • front 65
  • sides 60
  • rear 65
40 340 4,500
Guns

Guns

Tier Gun Damage
(НР)
Penetration
(mm)
Rate of Fire
(rounds/min)
Price
(credits)
IV QF 2-pdr Mk. X 50/50/60 78/121/23 28.57 6,000
IV QF 6-pdr Mk. III 75/75/100 105/170/30 13.33 27,000
V QF 6-pdr Gun Mk. V 75/75/100 110/180/30 13.33 35,000
V 75 mm Gun Mk. V 110/110/175 91/144/38 9.09 45,000
Engines

Engines

Tier Engine Power
(h.p.)
Chance of Fire
(%)
Price
(credits)
II AEC A189 135 20 2,150
III AEC A190 131 15 2,500
IV GMC 6004 6-71S 138 15 9,000
V GMC 6004 6-71A 165 15 11,000
Suspensions

Suspensions

Tier Suspension Load Limit
(t)
Traverse Speed
(deg/sec)
Price
(credits)
III Valentine Mk. I 16.5 40 1,420
IV Valentine Mk. VI 20.0 42 4,700
Radios

Radios

Tier Radio Signal Range
(m)
Price
(credits)
III WS No. 11 350 600
V WS No. 9 375 3,600
VI WS No. 19 Mk. I 400 15,000
VII WS No. 19 Mk. II 450 21,000