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Momonari #21 Posted Mar 13 2019 - 22:23

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I just shot one with an HE shell on my Defender. Did 162 damage.

 

Then he shot me FROM THE FRONT for 179.

 

They are ridiculous.



Imspotting #22 Posted Mar 14 2019 - 02:33

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View PostMomonari, on Mar 13 2019 - 22:23, said:

I just shot one with an HE shell on my Defender. Did 162 damage.

 

Then he shot me FROM THE FRONT for 179.

 

They are ridiculous.

 

We all know Defenders are ridiculous and are ruining the game. we are talking about the wheelies. ;(

I am really really sorry your Defender got penned form the front with an equal tier HEAT round i know those kind of things should never happen, my  sincere condolences.



tanopasman62 #23 Posted Mar 14 2019 - 04:14

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They should make tanks on whatever material they use for wheels/tracks, the amount of paperthin tanks (Wheelies on this case) getting bounces because of magic tracks/wheels is bs

Danadae #24 Posted Mar 14 2019 - 05:11

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View PostBaron_Von_Krieg, on Mar 13 2019 - 14:41, said:

Once , when I was stationed in Germany , my section and I spent all night trying to repair the track on our M110A2 while in the field . In the morning our battery left us behind and we had to catch up when we were done . Miserable experience . +1 for you .

 

I too have spent an entire day or night trying to repair tracks. But once my Abrams broke track while under fire in 2003 in Iraq due to an RPG-7 or mine hit (we couldn't be sure, kind of chaotic at the time and both we prevalent). We dismounted and replaced two track blocks and pinned the track back together in less than 10 minutes. Enough adrenaline really can make you a ten-minute-muscleman. It was an insane day.

 


Edited by Danadae, Mar 14 2019 - 05:12.


Benjammn79 #25 Posted Mar 14 2019 - 06:28

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View PostBaron_Von_Krieg, on Mar 13 2019 - 12:41, said:

 

Once , when I was stationed in Germany , my section and I spent all night trying to repair the track on our M110A2 while in the field . In the morning our battery left us behind and we had to catch up when we were done . Miserable experience . +1 for you .

 

View PostDanadae, on Mar 13 2019 - 21:11, said:

 

I too have spent an entire day or night trying to repair tracks. But once my Abrams broke track while under fire in 2003 in Iraq due to an RPG-7 or mine hit (we couldn't be sure, kind of chaotic at the time and both we prevalent). We dismounted and replaced two track blocks and pinned the track back together in less than 10 minutes. Enough adrenaline really can make you a ten-minute-muscleman. It was an insane day.

 

 

My dad had a piece of drilling equipment that was placed on an old M113 chassis (we were told anyway - it seemed tank like enough to be true).  I would occasionally go to job sites to help him.  He got very good at fixing the tracks but it was still hours of work.  As a kid I wasn't much help and I always felt bad for him because it was so frustrating for him.  I picture what my dad was doing and then try to imagine what it was like to try that in combat conditions, but my mind just can't compute that.:ohmy:

 

Also, thank you to you both for your service. :honoring:


Edited by Benjammn79, Mar 14 2019 - 07:19.


TheManFromKekistan #26 Posted Mar 14 2019 - 07:26

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View PostKRZYBooP, on Mar 13 2019 - 12:17, said:

 

It happens in real life too. 

 

 

So much for overmatch.. :bajan:




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