Topgunjn1 said:Just a thought, but in battle tanks don't operate by themselves especially American tanks. We operate in groups, though in the past 2 major conflicts with the Abrams we have been out numbered. Its been our communication systems on the A1, training at NTC, volunteer tankers, and most of all vast amount of combat experience thats constantly passed on! Its not always the tank (though that does make a good bit of difference its the operator.
Have you any pictures of destroyed Challengers 2 from Iraq or they have so strong armor that there were none of them destroyed or badly damaged?
btw abrams is good but i love European tanks
and sorry for my english
There was only one Challenger knocked out of action and that was done by another Challenger. The Challengers were in a middle of a dust storm and one strayed of course and in the gloom received a round from another Challenger at very close range. No one was killed but the tank was disabled.