Meanwhile in Yemen…

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32 thoughts on “Meanwhile in Yemen…

    1. moogleslam says:

      I’m no tank expert, but yeah, looks like a T-34……remember the hyphen, otherwise you’re talking about an American Heavy 😛

    1. Anonymous says:

      first time i saw this picture long time ago, i though this is just PTS picture or somekind of fiction game lololololol . How silly

  1. And this is more important than reporting about the nerf and backlash of patch 0.15 in Armored warfare? How much are they paying you to keep that swept under the rug? That press account really is all they pay you?

    1. Ben Dover says:

      NOVAPRIME64 SAYS: And this is more important than reporting about the nerf and backlash of patch 0.15 in Armored warfare? How much are they paying you to keep that swept under the rug? That press account really is all they pay you

      Yes, most things are more important than AW.

    2. Ultrasonic2 says:

      No one cares about AW… it’s already been forgotten about.. Had a mate come back from AW this week to WOT saying he couldn’t get matchs. Please not that he is in NZ so time wise it’s when most people are not online…

      Also i think that PVE has made the problem much worse…. by splitting the numbers in 1/2

  2. Carlo Escudero says:

    I wonder, is it worth running such an old tank like the T-34? I mean I’m assuming this is the Yemen Army running them.

    1. Anonymous says:

      They have even used SU-100 in the war in Yemen, all sides involved will use whatever they can get their hands on and will work. Although majority of the tanks used are still your typical T-54/T-55 variants.

    2. Hope-K says:

      They have even used SU-100 in the war in Yemen, all sides involved will use whatever they can get their hands on and will work.

      Although majority of the tanks used by are still your typical T-54/T-55 variants, with the exception of the Saudi led coalition which uses M-60 variants, Abrams and Leclerc MBTs.

    3. stormcrow99 says:

      Why would it not be? I mean it can’t keep up with modern MBTs, butit’s still a tank, a very, VERY powerful argument under most military-vise undeveloped places and situations. Also capable of eliminating modern APCs for example, some have less armor than WW2 light tanks and THAT was considered little.

    1. legoguy3632 says:

      I would assume they made millions of shells for that gun considering how many vehicles they made that used it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    working as heavy fire support, be a stationary bunker/turret, still able stand against small arm fire, workable if enemy dont have RPG or any AT weapon. etc etc etc

    IIRC, east Ukraine even bring veteran T-34-85 out of museum, fix gun and engine, up armored it with “chain armor”

    1. stormcrow99 says:

      “old & weak”, they say. “obsolete”, they say. What will they say when I come through their bedroom wall with it?

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