Anti-Tank is probably not too powerful. I find the game as a whole pretty balanced.
HairySheepfor a person with the bone scruture of a soldier (asuming they stay fit) the average body can hold close to 600lb before it breaks (doesnt mean you can lift 600lb) but heavy competition wieght lifters have hit over 800lb in dead lifting, i way 180lb and am 5'10" (14 yo) and can squat 150 so its likely that they can carry 130lb into battle
ok on the history channel a BAR soldier carrier (i cant remember exactly) i think like 90-100 pounds. but due to evelution of the human body (back in 1942 a very tall person was like 6' now a tall person is like 6'7") a heavy soldier can reasonably if not easily, due to more rigorous training, carry about 175-215 pounds (an educated guess) into battle. a light soldier might carry 90-125 pounds. oh and BTW im 5'7" and weigh 125 lb and i can squat 190-200lb and im 14 also (w00t football is teh pwn!!!!!!) and NO the AT isnt too strong.
dude im 5'8" and im the same weight and im 13
:eek: dude, im 4 foot 11 inches, less than half the weight of the guy who posted before me and im 15. now you know why they call me littlebond. lol
Heh. I'm 6'3", and somewhere between 170-180.
Crazy WolfHeh. I'm 6'3", and somewhere between 170-180.
Definition of an uber computer nerd if you ask me... :p
Yeah, all my mass is in my bones and muscles lower than my ribcage.
6'1" varies, from 180 to 200lbs
20lb range? Do you not drink water often, or what?
When im stateside i dont do army support and my job is office based...for 12 hours a day. When i do get army support i in the field either doing FTX's or various Phase exercises.