Will be posting more of these in the future:
French destroyer Siroco, tier V:
Detectability range by air is lowered from 3.36 km to 2.7 km;
Main Battery Reload Booster and Engine Boost consumables are changed place. Now, Siroco’s consumables are arranged in the same order as the researchable French destroyers.
French destroyer Vauquelin, tier VII:
French destroyer Kleber, tier X:
Detectability ranges by sea, and after firing main caliber guns in smoke, for French destroyers is corrected considering the basic detection range from sea.
French cruiser Colbert, tier X:
Soviet cruiser Smolensk, tier X:
When using skills and upgrades for lowering detection range, the AA gun range of Colbert and Smolensk was larger than the detection range by air. This allowed these cruisers to turn the AA off and activate it when enemy planes are already inside the AA zone. The changes will remedy this situation.
Statistics prone to change.
here’re the stats and pics of the upcoming LHMTV, a Tier VIII British Light Tank:
As scheduled for post Tankfest, Our Shrivenham Defense Academy videos are now starting to come out!
This is one of my favourite armoured vehicle places in the whole UK!
My best mate Ed Francis and I visited the Shrivenham Defense Academy and in this video, we discuss how the AS-90 Self-propelled Artillery came to be as a result of the SP70 failed project.
A special thanks to SDA for having us!
Hope you enjoy!
Apologies for the few day hiatus of content in the blog, both Jerry and I spend the last 4 days attending Tankfest! We got some amazing footage incoming for you including a very special birthday gift opportunity inside an even more very special tank!
And talking about birthdays, Yes! Today I am 21, again!
I do not ask much for my birthday other than this, I have created a Fundraiser over on Facebook to support my UK charity Association of choice, SSAFA, The Armed forces Charity! I am very glad that in just a few hours we met the small goal we set ourselves to! You can still donate to raise the stakes!
SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity has come highly recommended by the Veterans and families from our community that have received help from them when they needed. The Armed Forces charity is also one of the most senior and well respected Association in the UK! Definitely a good one to support!
Thank you, everyone, for everything!
Here’s my newest tank video before attending Tankfest, for those going as well I do hope to see you there!
Had such a blast! Still can’t believe they gave me such an opportunity! First Saumur’s Panther and now the Weald Foundation’s Jagdpanther in less than 2 months, this is a dream come true for a cat lady!
Special thank you to Weald Foundation and Harkonen aka Duarte Teixeira for the invite!
To support history: https://www.wealdfoundation.org/
A few weeks ago just before the 6 of June I attended The Overlord Show with The Friends of The Tank Museum and had a blast!
In this video, you can see a “StuG”, 10 points for whoever guesses what’s wrong with it! Got some Armoured Car porn and also footage of the only operational Valentine Duplex Drive tank in the world!
I had the pleasure to drive the Valentine DD last summer and it’s on my top list of favourite armour I ever drove!
Hope you enjoy!
I can’t express how happy I am that my English is at a level I feel comfortable enough to record this sort of content! I’m upping the game for you and I can only sincerely hope you enjoy these more informative videos!
As for vehicle options, I am not chaining myself to only tank videos and I will be making content in whatever my mind sets itself to so expect to see a bit of everything!
Here’s to more! If you would like more videos like this please consider becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/statusreport
Thank you! <3
I won’t add any commentary here, just pay close attention to Skill4ltu‘s video:
Here’s my promo-esque video from the Militracks event at the Overloon War Museum, Netherlands that I had the pleasure to attend!
I am quite impressed with how much Overloon has grown in a few years and it brings me tremendous happiness that these days tank museums are communicating much better than they use to and lending armour to each other’s shows!
On a personal level, it was lovely to finally meet some of you in person but also so many vehicle owners, historians and fellow content creators!
For those who didn’t come this year but are tempted to, I am letting you know in more advance that I am most definitely attending next year and I sincerely hope to see you there!
Have a great day!
Related article of importance:
Before I leave for another weekend of tanks I would like to bring your awareness to this tank project that is in dire need of help:
To support such an important piece of history please consider donating on the official “Nashorn SD KFZ 164 restoration” Gofundme page:
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