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    You won't get much of a tank on 4 1/2 tonnes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    True. But how arrogant...
    Arrogance is good...


    But only if you can back it up, otherwise it's IRONMANCE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    You won't get much of a tank on 4 1/2 tonnes...
    True. But arrogant again. Panzer I was also only 5,4 tonns and armed by 2x7,92mm machine guns. But it had one dissadvantage to LT-1, i.e. it could not fly.

    Though inferior, Panzer I were used on both Polish and French campaigns extensively. Panzer I constituted 20% (523 out of 2574) of all German tank force in French campaign.

    Now, imagine they could also fly..... ...they would land in Britain before the ships even left Dunkirk...

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    Actually that would be kinda funny to watch, tanks flying
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    Now, imagine they could also fly..... ...they would land in Britain before the ships even left Dunkirk...
    And they would do well for about a day until their fuel ran out. At which point they become immobile tin boxes and the attackers lose pretty much their entire tank force.
    Given that I live about 20 miles from some of the planned invasion beaches, this suits me just fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    And they would do well for about a day until their fuel ran out. At which point they become immobile tin boxes and the attackers lose pretty much their entire tank force.
    Given that I live about 20 miles from some of the planned invasion beaches, this suits me just fine
    Nonsnese!
    After the fuel would run out the nanoquarkotrons would be automaticaly triggered initiating annihilation of the time-space continuum in the radius of 3,1415 miles each...

    Pretty scarry perspective! But since you live 20 miles avay it would not had been much trouble for your grand parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    Nonsnese!
    After the fuel would run out the nanoquarkotrons would be automaticaly triggered initiating annihilation of the time-space continuum in the radius of 3,1415 miles each...

    Pretty scarry perspective! But since you live 20 miles avay it would not had been much trouble for your grand parents.
    Yours, too, if it annihilates everything for 31,415 miles
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    And here is the British input into what been said to be "gone far beyond that height of absurdity"

    Vickers August 27 1941
    Saunders-Roe P.1033

    "The Saunders-Roe P.1033 project of 1940 is mentioned as a tank carrying aircraft, and that
    remains the Antonov Krilya Tanka (not perfectly a twin-boomer) or the Christie M-1932 (older).
    The P.1033’s caterpillars were not used as a landing gear – there were wheels below, that would
    be removed with the wings. On the An KT, the tracks were the only landing device and reaching
    100mph (160km/h) for take off with them would have been a problem, but a Packet twin-boomer
    used a caterpillar landing gear for rough fields, and it worked in 1947."


    and this one

    Thinking of flying Valentines...
    Last edited by Egorka; 12-26-2007 at 07:17 PM.

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