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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Finally! Some non-fictional tanks (not that I'm complaining about seeing the cool Mammoth/Apocalypse tank) that also come with a decent resolution :) What were the Aussies doing in Vietnam?

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P3ACE753
P3ACE753

"The 84 mm-gunned Australian Centurions of 'C' Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment landed in the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) on 24 February 1968, and were headquartered at Nui Dat in III Corps (MR3)." -wikipedia

Most likely they where using bullets to kill people, not sure tho.

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Panzert Author
Panzert

In the words of our American overlords, "to kill them cawmie basterds."

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darmoff
darmoff

we were taking out the trash

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Ominous-Spud
Ominous-Spud

Awesome! Cool to see our fellow cousins used these beasts.

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GriffinZ
GriffinZ

looks puny with that gun though

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Panzert

Looks a little bigger in the other photo, but yeah, these are only mk Vs.

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Ominous-Spud
Ominous-Spud

True...Still, It's an awesome tank.

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Cirmisekiz
Cirmisekiz

Anyone seen inside a T34/57?

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