History of the US Carrier-borne Aviation. Part 1
CV rework arrives in Update 0.8.0. For that occasion we’ve prepared a special two-part episode about the history of U.S. Naval Aviation. The first part will tell you about the birth of Naval Aviation and its development up to WWII. Enjoy.
The World of Tanks servers will be unavailable on 10.01.2019 from 05:00 – 05:45 CET due to this update.
Please also keep in mind, that due to the actualisation:
- Clan Portal (eu.wargaming.net/clans) will be unavailable from 05:00 CET 10.01.2019 till 05:45 CET 10.01.2019
Good day everyone,
Some changes made to the Panhard EBR F-10 after the recent semi-public test phase:
- Engine power increased by 5%.
- Braking effectiveness improved.
- Switch time between driving modes reduced from 0.2 to 0.1 s.
- Debuff from wheel damage reduced.
- Maneuverability in the Cruise mode at slow speed improved.
- Magazine reload time reduced from 10.3 s to 9.5 s.
Ed Francis has donated his entire pricy collection of tank games to The Tank Museum which prompted the museum’s desire to create an exposition surrounding objects that have helped to impact generations:
If you have any Tank games or any other important tank related objects that could possibly enrich this collection, please do consider donating them to the museum which will take good care of it.
You can contact The Tank Museum archive peeps at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Have a nice day!
It seems a much needed update on how big a nerf some concealment mechanics have taken over the last few years plus the addition of welcome by some and unwelcome by the average potato/tomato/beetroot (depends on nation) extra buffs from new “special” equipment and directives. Just as an aside why does a Panther get a better camo value than a Matilda that’s only 2/3 rds it’s size. Enjoy.
A little of the normal WoT shenanigans to greet the new year, Enjoy.
Welcome back everyone! Today we are going to take a look back at the Swedish assault guns. But before we do that id like to announce that I will be doing a couple of articles on WG’s recently announced Swedish medium branch, and the new Swedish premium tanks. I will also be holding a general Q&A over at my Blog: From the Swedish Archives:
The Sav m/43 was a WW 2 era assault gun that served with the Swedish armed forces between 1945 and 1973. In total of 36 were built during 1944-47 by Scania-Vabis. These vehicles were initially equipped with short 75 mm guns but all vehicles were retrofitted with 105 mm guns in 1946. They would serve with both the infantry and artillery where they were organized in independent assault gun divisions or platoons. The Sav m/43 would be superseded by the Ikv 102 & 103 infantry support guns which featured a similar main gun on a much lighter and more mobile chassis.
I nice touch from the WoWs team.
The SU-76M is a self -propelled gun, produced by the Soviet Union during the Second World War. Let David Fletcher talk you through this WW2 tank destroyer from The Tank Museum. Enjoy.