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  1. It's a rather peculiar layout, given the achieved protection level. The side armor only relies and on a thin composite plate (KSAP), a stowage box and small Kontakt-1-like NERA bricks. Does the threats hit the sides with a 60° obliquity (coming from the front) ?
  2. It's ironic knowing that the Challenger 1 was derived from a tank designed for operating in the desert.
  3. Just in case of Best Korea infantry zerg rush.
  4. https://twitter.com/8ermat/status/1356625823932035073?s=21
  5. The reactive armor that protects the bustle sides of the Leclerc SXXI is being upgraded with new reactive kits : As part of the Leclerc modernization, the 8th RMAT Materiel Regiment and the 12th Cuirassier armoured cavalry Regiment have been appointed for the fitting of reactive armor kits on 12 Leclerc tanks. Source : Twitter
  6. This could have been worse without the lessons learned from Saif Sareea 2 exercise.
  7. Was the Kronach Lorin coal-powered ramjet engine a viable concept ? I mean, just heating some pelletized coal in a pierced basket would have been sufficient to produce a coherent thrust ?
  8. Now that its protection level has been finally revealed, I'm curious about the Osório.
  9. What a strange idea to re-use the designation of an old APFSDS from the 1970s. Does the M325 HEAT-MP-T has pop-out fins ?
  10. The AMX-40 was the first French MBT to feature NERA (a.k.a PAC in French ; shock-accelerated plates) :
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