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Name This Photo!!! - The AFV Recognition Thread

Colin Parkinson

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Oldgateboatdriver said:
Then, does the word "HIT" on the front right means that it is where to shoot it to destroy it?

Like WOT if you hit a fender it takes 25% of the hit points off of the enemy!! :)
 

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Oldgateboatdriver said:
Then, does the word "HIT" on the front right means that it is where to shoot it to destroy it?

Probably referes to Heavy Industries Taxila, the manufacturer.
 

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omghax said:
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More specifically, a Bionix 25. It's followed by 2 Bionix Warthogs.
 

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AirDet said:
More specifically, a Bionix 25. It's followed by 2 Bionix Warthogs.
Not quite: the one on the left is a Bionix 25, named for the 25mm cannon it totes.  The one on the right is a Bionix 40.
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Correct. Only 1 prototype was ever constructed.

Type: Tank
Place of origin: United Kingdom

Production history
Manufacturer Vickers
Number built 1

Specifications
Weight 33 long tons (34 t)
Length 24 ft 11 in (7.59 m)
Width 8 ft 9 in (2.67 m)
Height 8 ft 11 in (2.72 m)
Crew 8
Armour 13-28 mm
Main armament QF 3 pounder gun (47 mm)
Secondary armament 4 × 0.303 Vickers machine gun
Engine Armstrong Siddeley V12 petrol 370 hp (280 kW)
Transmission 4 forward, 1 reverse
Suspension coil spring bogies
Operational range 95 miles
Speed 20 mph (32 km/h)

The A1E1 design can be seen as a possible influence on the Soviet T-100 and T-28 tanks, the German Neubaufahrzeug tanks, and the British Medium Mk III and Cruiser Mk I (triple turret) tank designs. The Soviet T-35 tank was based extremely closely on its plans and layout.
 

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I love all the interwar prototype tanks each nation designed. That and how much countries "borrowed" from one another.

Here's the next one for you gents.

 
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