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mach1muscle351

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#1 11 years ago

SAS jeeps should be dropped Theres info on it here http://souvenirsas.ifrance.com/PgJEEPS.htm




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#2 11 years ago

That would be really fun, but the SAS jeep isn't in FH2 yet! :(




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#3 11 years ago

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Lt.M@rv

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#4 11 years ago

I think it is, Rad made them, but that's all I know.




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#5 11 years ago
Lt.M@rv;3653762I think it is, Rad made them, but that's all I know.

I think you confuse the Chevy with a Willys jeep. The latter will most likely be included as well but hasn't been shown in the news yet.




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#6 11 years ago

Actually I didn't confuse them, but those Jeeps were used so much in Africa anyway.It's like making DAK without Panzer III if Jeep wouldn't be added.




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#7 11 years ago

Wasn't this done by glider? (Though I'm learning French, I'm not very fluent with it.)




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#8 11 years ago

This reminds me, the Hamilcar glider could drop in a little tank called the Tetrarch, also used with the US as the Grasshopper. I believe it is pretty much a Daimler with tracks (slower of course lol). It could provide good fire support for a Market Garden map, I believe they were also used with the crossing of the Rhine, but not in the Normandy landings. Tetrarch_tank.jpg Cute little thing ain't it? EDIT: Not used in Market Garden, but used in Operation Ironclad (invasion of Madagascar, 1942) and at the Orne landings in Normandy. There was also a close support version with a 76mm howitzer. Here's a good pic of it being loaded: 03244.jpg




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#9 11 years ago

^^Reminds me of when years ago when I was a kid, I'd look forward to getting the latest Commando war magazine and there was one story where the Japanese had 2 man operated mini tanks for their jungle warfare. Don't know if it was based on fact perhaps someone could enlighten me.




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#10 11 years ago

Well there were quite a few tankettes with just 2 man crews, case in point the Polish TKS and the French S35 (I think). I'm too lazy to go look up Japanese tanks in my pocket tank encyclopedia but I'm sure that they had a few that had at least 3-2 man crews.