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Tank M-3

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    Tank M-3 was the result of the analysis of American watering armored battles in France in 1940. It had more powerful weapons than aligning the tank M-2, which consists while in service. M-3 was delivered to British troops with minimal changes and was named General Grant. Grant proved highly effective against tanks of the German Afrika Korps in North Africa in their first battles in May 1942, and was very popular with experiencing great difficulties of the British soldiers. Was slightly different version of the U.S. Army and was known as the General Lee. Reliable and well-equipped, these machines had one drawback: limited traverse (24 degrees) set straight in case the main gun. M-3 acted on all fronts and are widely exported to different countries after the war.

    Production:

    U.S.

    Crew:

    6

    weight:

    27,24 tons

    Dimensions:

    length 5.64 m, width 2.72 m, height 3.12 m

    Range:

    230 km

    Armor:

    Forehead body 51 mm, 76 mm forehead Bain

    Armament:

    75-mm gun in the case, 37-mm gun in the turret, three 7.62 mm

    Machine Gun

    Engine

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    Radial gasoline Continental R-975-EC2

    capacity of 340 liters. with.

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