Bernd 2022-01-30 01:19:48 ⋅ 8mn No. 133956
What is your favorite combat vehicle? Mine is BMP-2.
Bernd 2022-01-30 01:21:51 ⋅ 8mn No. 133957
I don’t really know any. But I think the ones with wheels look cool.
Bernd 2022-01-30 01:52:02 ⋅ 8mn No. 133958
Type 59 I got it in WoT and it is my baby. They stopped selling it in 2012 or so. I remember running to the gas station buying a paysafe card using my last 20€ of pocket money to get this tank. I even made a short webm of it in 2017 just to brag because it is pretty rare nowadays. Sadly I don't play this game anymore at all since it became shit.
Bernd 2022-01-30 06:39:42 ⋅ 8mn No. 133961
Bernd 2022-01-30 10:09:12 ⋅ 8mn No. 133968
Stridsvagn 103. For a long time I hated it, but later I started appreciating the boldness of its concept. It goes against all the traditions of having a higher turret tower in the middle, like you would imagine almost any armored vehicles. This forces your brain to think and to look at the whole idea of an armoured vehicle in a new way. It's a middlefinger to all traditions and says "fuck you". Fräck. And just take a look at its second picture. They threw a fucking fence from someones garden on top of it, not giving a fuck about what you think. It ridicules your incoming. Brave, modern. This is the absolute alpha of all current armoured vehicles.
Bernd 2022-01-30 10:12:13 ⋅ 8mn No. 133969
Bernd 2022-01-30 10:21:46 ⋅ 8mn No. 133970
>>133968 Stridsvagn is such an ebin name. In German Streitwagen means chariot.
Bernd 2022-01-30 10:47:46 ⋅ 8mn No. 133973
>>133970 This flamethrower has official name and it's literally "Pinocchio" Rate
Bernd 2022-01-30 11:49:42 ⋅ 8mn No. 133977
Stryker, because I'm a big MGS4 aficionado. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGX8DBCIu-s
Bernd 2022-01-30 12:10:42 ⋅ 8mn No. 133979
I like technicals
Bernd 2022-01-30 12:22:26 ⋅ 8mn No. 133982
This nifty thingy is neat.
Bernd 2022-01-30 12:26:10 ⋅ 8mn No. 133983
>>133973 I'm confused about the name, but the vehicle looks ridicolous. Like something out of Warhammer 40.000.
Bernd 2022-01-30 13:57:18 ⋅ 8mn No. 133992
Bernd 2022-01-30 15:11:50 ⋅ 8mn No. 133995
Ferdi is my boy :3
Bernd 2022-01-30 15:38:24 ⋅ 8mn No. 134001
Bernd 2022-01-30 16:06:27 ⋅ 8mn No. 134004
Look at this absolute unit.
Bernd 2022-01-30 16:14:18 ⋅ 8mn No. 134006
I drove this when I was in the army
Bernd 2022-01-31 14:00:32 ⋅ 8mn No. 134121
>>134012 That's a chad truck. You get to roam through a battlefield at your leisure, in a completely unarmed car, like a boss. You don't have to fight and risk your life, you're above that. And anyone who attacks you would get screwed by both sides. This is literally sigma-car.
Bernd 2022-01-31 14:13:13 ⋅ 8mn No. 134123
>>134121 Depends on the battlefield. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/08/world/asia/afghanistan-red-cross-icrc.html
Bernd 2022-01-31 14:13:54 ⋅ 8mn No. 134124
Bernd 2022-01-31 19:14:12 ⋅ 8mn No. 134184
>>134180 Well, Poland is the second Switzerland, so yeah, you could say that.
Bernd 2022-01-31 20:43:04 ⋅ 8mn No. 134213
Bernd 2022-01-31 21:57:14 ⋅ 8mn No. 134223
>>134184 Both Poland and Switzerland are German clay in different senses of the word.
Bernd 2022-02-01 11:19:10 ⋅ 8mn No. 134292
>>134213 That map should had added "Rome" in there as the city of Rome, and call Romania "Second Rome". To make up for the missing "Second Spain", maybe call Portugal a second Spain, due to the memes about "Why Spain hasn't annexed Portugal?"
Bernd 2022-02-01 11:35:10 ⋅ 8mn No. 134297
>>134292 I think yugoslavia works as second spain (slovenia is second catalonia, albania/kosovo is second vasconia, etc)
Bernd 2022-02-01 11:42:30 ⋅ 8mn No. 134300
>>134297 Yea, both of them were kinda balkanized for a good while.
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:03:47 ⋅ 8mn No. 134316
>>134302 >>134315 I can see a chance for them to make a comeback, but only if the mobility of ultra light vehicles get comparable to infantry. Like those Boston Dynamics robot dogs, but larger and faster and with heavy guns on them. I do believe that at some point this whole MBT meme will become obsolete, and quicker and smaller meme machines will take over. Wont be any time soon, but at some point during this century.
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:28:29 ⋅ 8mn No. 134318
>>134316 It sounds like you're inventing a miniaturized Stryker MGS. Which can be called a modern assault gun, because it lacks a tank's versatility. Then there's also a light tracked vehicle in the works for US army infantry brigades: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=manKGmYvQog
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:33:09 ⋅ 8mn No. 134319
>>133968 How the fuck are you suppose to aim that? Why elevation is locked?
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:39:12 ⋅ 8mn No. 134323
>>134318 Those things are the future ancestors of meme machines i am am talking about. But still, a crucial part of its evolution. Having legged lighter war machines that outperform heavier wheeled/threaded war machines is something i expect to happen before 2050. Threads/Wheels are the easy solution, but as AI advances, the robot dog model becomes the norm, just like how in nature there aren't wheeled animals. I know i seem like i speak from some kind of position of authority, so yeah. Who knows how it all turns out. I just think this is one of the more plausible and more interesting pathways for military hardware to evolve. Away from tracks and into legs. Tracks/wheels will probably still be used for logistical trucks etc for a long time, as they are just so energy and maintenance efficient. But if in 2060 we'll see some 4 legged monsters in the woods shooting shit at you and scurrying away, i wouldn't be surprised at all.
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:40:36 ⋅ 8mn No. 134324
>>134319 >How the fuck are you suppose to aim that? It can move its tracks It also has cute way of pooping out the shellcasing
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:44:13 ⋅ 8mn No. 134326
>>134324 >It can move its tracks Does it have some highly precise system, because to me this seems like a quite bad way to aim. I don't know much about tracks, but i do know that you can't really adjust anything like half of a degree with them, instead the whole body moves many CM at once. Do you have some video of it doing fine precision movements with the wheels? I am quite sceptical, but i am still giving the benefit of doubt that there is some meme system which allows to make millimeter adjustments with the threads, even if it seems very unlikely to me. Imo what seems to be going on is that the threads will bring the turret within few CM of the target, and then the turret will wiggle in the millimeters/few CM. It seems to have enough space for that.
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:52:51 ⋅ 8mn No. 134327
>>134323 Well things surely look like walking in this direction.
Bernd 2022-02-01 12:54:11 ⋅ 8mn No. 134329
>>134326 It doesnt seem all that accurate but this has some clips of the movement and aiming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fARGfVA7Mm8 Then again the tactic was probably more like ambush from prepared position, fire once or twice and run away. You maybe wouldnt even take aim that many times. It reverses as fast as it goes forward and has rear facing controls just so it can quickly change positions.
Bernd 2022-02-03 10:36:39 ⋅ 8mn No. 134715
>>134302 It didn't, assault gun feature was just incorporated into other vehicles designs instead of being a fighting vehicle class for itself
Bernd 2022-02-03 12:08:02 ⋅ 8mn No. 134719
POLAND... cute :3
Bernd 2022-02-03 17:52:44 ⋅ 8mn No. 134742
>>134740 Tú no has oído de la tortuga? La ingenería zambozolano es el mejor del mundo. Los gringordos no pueden derrocar el Chiabe.
Bernd 2022-02-03 20:13:16 ⋅ 8mn No. 134761
>>134740 Even absolute shit tier tanks are OP as fuck against no tanks or anti-tank weapons. Especially in 1934 just buying armored cars was the bees knees, if your expected opposition only had small arms and no anti-tank equipment due to it being the 30s.
Bernd 2022-02-03 22:25:03 ⋅ 8mn No. 134769
>>134761 >bees knees That feel when you know some obscure outdated foreign sayings thanks to weird Japanese fighting game you have never even played. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofj5flVbK2M
Bernd 2022-03-23 13:38:13 ⋅ 6mn No. 142829
Bernd 2022-06-11 18:46:31 ⋅ 3mn No. 168143
>>133956 BTR its a formidable vehicle, my country has a small lot, i highlight its high mobility and amphibious capacity.
Bernd 2022-06-11 23:17:42 ⋅ 3mn No. 168367
>>133956 Kaplan MT Harimau, most effective that a Abrams and above to a TAM.