The T28 AKA T95? -1 reply

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MarcoRamius

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#1 14 years ago

I think the T28 would make a nice edition to FH. It'll help match firepower against the tiger at least. It's also my favorite tank. ^_^ It has it's limitatiosn thou, and was introduced rather late with only 2 models, but it'd be usefull still.




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#2 14 years ago

http://www.msu.edu/user/storto/t28.jpg this will match firepower with a tiger? and it was apparently withdrawn early in the war due to it being very underarmored?

oooh you mean an american experimental model. no.




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#3 14 years ago

some of those smaller russian scout tanks, not unlike the M5 Stewie would be nice, im talking T50/60 and 70's here




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#4 14 years ago

T28.f.jpg

what, this thing? only 2 were made and they were never used in combat, thats even less than the SturmTiger. If you really want it that bad, go and play Secret Weapons of WWII.




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#5 14 years ago

no, the t28 was a landbattleship. it was crewed by 10 people, and they talked with eachother via telephones. it was armed with 2 mgs, 2 37mm cannon, and a 75mm howitzer. it was VERY slow, broke down more than a KT, and was very underarmored. the LAST action it saw was a moscow, where all were destroyed or abondoned. it did serve two purposes: 1. Cannon fodder 2. Convincing the germans of the backwards design of tanks since ww1.




MarcoRamius

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#6 14 years ago

Yes, the one from Secret Weapons of WWII. I love that tank, and even thou it is differant from the King Tiger, I think it makes a good equal.




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#7 14 years ago
USMA2010no, the t28 was a landbattleship. it was crewed by 10 people, and they talked with eachother via telephones. it was armed with 2 mgs, 2 37mm cannon, and a 75mm howitzer. it was VERY slow, broke down more than a KT, and was very underarmored. the LAST action it saw was a moscow, where all were destroyed or abondoned. it did serve two purposes: 1. Cannon fodder 2. Convincing the germans of the backwards design of tanks since ww1.

he is talking about the American tank not the Soviet one ..




Elessar Telcontar

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#8 14 years ago
USMA2010no, the t28 was a landbattleship. it was crewed by 10 people, and they talked with eachother via telephones. it was armed with 2 mgs, 2 37mm cannon, and a 75mm howitzer. it was VERY slow, broke down more than a KT, and was very underarmored. the LAST action it saw was a moscow, where all were destroyed or abondoned. it did serve two purposes: 1. Cannon fodder 2. Convincing the germans of the backwards design of tanks since ww1.

I think that would be a T-32 or T-35. The russian T-28 was a medium tank with a 76 mm howitzer and 4 mgs.




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#9 14 years ago

Marco, if you really want to use it, go play Secret Weapons of WWII, in FH we only have vehicals that were actually used, though with things like the rocket planes, they didnt do much, but they were used.




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#10 14 years ago

yeah, my mistake. the t35 did have two 37mm guns lifted off of the t60 or t70 (not sure, think t60) tanks. there was a joke that the rear guns were to prevent dissention in the soldier behind them.