You've got a plain thing for boxes. DONT JUDGE ME It all makes sense. Exactly. They look so industrial and truly military. USA tanks look so weird, here my sketch that is quick of ...
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- Well you've got a thing for boxes.
- DONT JUDGE ME
- It all makes sense.
- Exactly. They look so industrial and truly military. USA tanks look so weird, here my quick sketch of a M3 that shows what I dont like about them: https://i.imgur.com/sEPjSV9.jpg Also: http://i.imgur.com/BQbO0sb.jpg
- As much as I love the M3, that sketch is a little too close to home for me to avoid giggling.
- omg yes that disgusting turret syndrome the grants suffered from YUK! Not to mention the bulky fatty mc fat fattersons that were the shermans. Unlike the noble Crusaders and Comets which somehow managed to capture the aesthetics of armored knights.
- Brilliant 😀 Or how about the M10 with no roof? Or the M2 with like 0,0000001mm armor, who had to face of against King Tigers? 😀 EDIT: Switch M2 to M3/5. You know what I mean butthurt americans, there were enough paper-thin armored tanks fighting against King Tigers.
- At least they worked
- The M2 never saw overseas service
- M2 light surely did against the Japanese.
- The M2 light did, however the M2 medium never did, perhaps I misinterpreted this whole thread, but being as it was originally about the Lee I assumed he meant the M2 Medium. But you are correct, the M2 light did see service against the Japanese Read more comments