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wokelly

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#31 13 years ago

I did everything it said, including the new shortcut, but it starts up, goes throught the intro stuff, gets to the loading screen then crashes.

What am I doing wrong?




wokelly

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#32 13 years ago
Neighbor Kid;3305283Wat about the M4A3 Sherman Or M4A1 OR have a T23 Turret for teh 76mm upgraded sherman. Or the M4A3E2 Jumbo? I thought it would be cool.

The sherman in game is already the late M4A3 verson. Thing is the tank game completely blows in this game. Way to dominating, should really end up being one shot, one kill for tanks, from other shells and from rocket inf. Maybe two shots to end a tank, but if the gun can penetrate, it should knock out the tanks.




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#33 13 years ago

Which is not correct, the straight Stug should be more insensitive to bazookas, because of their flattened construction.

(Bad English-German to English with Google :)




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#34 13 years ago
tharulerme;3140591The StuG was normally in real war a not so strong tank, which were most of the time no challenge to a Sherman.

Probably the most successful engagement involving Sturmgeschutz III Ausf F took place in Stalingrad in early September of 1942. Stug III Ausf F from Stug.Abt.244, commanded by Oberwachtmeister Kurt Pfreundtner destroyed 9 Soviet tanks in 20 minutes. On September 18th of 1942, Oberwachtmeister Kurt Pfreundtner received the Knights Cross for this achievement.

Another Sturmgeschutz ace was the Knights Cross holder Wachtmeister Kurt Kirchner from Stug.Abt.667, who destroyed 30 Soviet tanks during few days in February of 1942 during fighting in Northern Russia.

Hauptmann Peter Franz also the Knights Cross holder and the commander of Stug.Abt. "Grossdeutschland" destroyed some 43 Soviet T-34/76 tanks during the Battle for Borissovka on March 14th of 1943. In the middle of July of 1941, Oberfeldwebel Rudolf Jaenicke (Stug number 25), commander of Stug platoon destroyed 12 Soviet BT-2 tanks along with tractors and other equipment loaded on rail platforms.

Between 1st and 4th of January of 1943, Unteroffizier Horst Naumann from Stug.Abt.184 destroyed 12 Soviet tanks during heavy fighting in the Demyansk area. On January 4th, Naumann was awarded with Knight's Cross for destruction of total of 27 enemy tanks.

The most notable of all Stug aces were von Malachowski, Franz and especially Knight's Cross holder Oberwachtmeister Hugo Primozic of Stug.Abt.667.

The most notable Waffen SS Stug ace was SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Walter Kniep, who commanded the 2nd Sturmgeschuetz Abteilung of 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich". From July 5th of 1943 to January 17th of 1944, his unit claimed destruction of some 129 Soviet tanks, while losing two Stugs. Kniep was then awarded the Knight's Cross.

most of them are about sovjet tanks who were somewhat superior to german tanks and way more superior to american tanks !




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#35 13 years ago

stuka was : SdKfz 251/1, and /2 was with mortar on it - 80mm as some1 said, u dont need to make by yourself names, just check sites on internet