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Object 279 early U.S.S.R.

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An early variant of a blueprint project for a high crossing capacity heavy tank with a new configuration scheme. Developed in 1947–1948 by L. S. Troyanov. This vehicle was to feature a low four-track engine, mounted on longitudinal beams that also served as fuel tanks, considerably reducing the chance of fire. These solutions provided high crossing capacity and survivability: the tank could continue moving even with damaged tracks. The placement of the hull above the suspension allowed for a large fighting compartment, and as a result, increased ammunition and an improved autoloader mechanism for a high rate of fire. A functional prototype was manufactured in 1948.

Nation U.S.S.R. U.S.S.R.
Tier Tier X
Type Heavy Tank Heavy Tank

Crew

Crew Member Commander

Commander

Radio Operator

Crew Member Gunner
Crew Member Driver
Crew Member Loader

Characteristics

This is a reward vehicle. Reward vehicles have Elite status, earn more experience per battle, provide a range of other bonuses, and do not require research.

Characteristics

Firepower

/ / / / HP Damage
/ / / / mm Armor Penetration
(HP/min) Damage per Minute
s Aiming Time
m Dispersion at 100 m
pcs Ammo Capacity

Mobility

/ / t Weight/Load Limit
hp Engine Power
hp/t Specific Power
km/h Top Speed
deg/s Traverse Speed
deg/s Turret Traverse Speed

Survivability

HP Hit Points
/ / mm Hull Armor
/ / / / mm Turret Armor

Spotting

m View Range
m Signal Range

Characteristics are specified for a vehicle with crew members trained to 100%.

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