Everything blends together because it's all coated in a thin layer of Middle East yeah, I would have thought "ahh regular T-72 with ERA" if I hadn't read the caption. Warhammer 40K ...
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- Everything blends together because it's all coated in a thin layer of Middle East
- yeah, if I hadn't read the caption I would have thought "ahh regular T-72 with ERA".
- Warhammer 40K is slowly becoming reality
- in the 21st century, there was only war unfortunately, this is true
- There are dank memes still
- If they really wanted to improve that T72 they would paint it red.
- can confirm just by looking at the political landscape... I wonder how long it will take til the all start screaming heresy and all that stuff.
- Have we not been doing that since forever?
- I don't know how much protection that might actually afford you, but the illusion of ERA might make an RPG team hold off targeting the tank at all. Possibly going for a disabling track hit instead of into the main body of the tank.
- the illusion of ERA might make an RPG team hold off targeting the tank at all. assuming that they are trained & disciplined enough to do so. Would be interesting if there is any data on this out there and/or if certain armies have codified regulations on how to (edit: or not to) engage ERA equipped tanks.
- It's just crazy enough to actually work. I mean, modern armor uses ceramics to defeat HEAT rounds, right? Bricks are kind of ceramic. Hell, give it a try. Read more comments