Did the Greeks have tanks?
No, at least not the ancient Greeks.
The collective nouns for a group of tanks are: a clank of tanks a clatter of tanks a unit of tanks
Collective nouns for military tanks are: a unit of tanks a clank of tanks a clatter of tanks
Name of : Number of Tanks Tank Built Panzer I: 1,490 Tanks Panzer II: 1,856 Tanks Panzer III: 5,774 Tanks Panzer IV: 9,200 Tanks Panzer V/Panther: 6,055 Tanks Panzer VIE: 1,347 Tanks Panzer VIB: 492 Tanks Panzer VII:5 Tanks Panzer VII:1 Tanks Total tanks Built between 1936-1945 was 26,220 Panzer tanks
In World War I, tanks were first used. The were top secret but very large. To get the tanks to the battle field unnoticed, they were put into crates labeled "water tanks". They were nicknamed "Water Tanks" but the name was shortened over time to "Tanks".
the USSR Built 29,770 Light tanks, 62,424 Medium tanks, 12,831 Heavy tanks and 5 Super heavy tanks ( 2 were prototypes) An total of 105,050. The most common tanks were T-34s and KV tanks.
janapneese tanks were weak compared to the russains and Americans
The infantrymen benefited most from tanks. Tanks and Artillery support the infantrymen.
The Germans has 2,928 tanks. Whereas the Soviets had 5,128 tanks.
Here's a few: 1. WWI-British Mark I, II, III, IV, V series tanks; Renault FT model 1917 light tank. 2. WWII-US M2A4/M3/M5 Stuart light tanks, M3 Lee medium tanks, M4 Sherman medium tanks, M26 Pershing heavy/medium tanks; British Cromwell, Churchill, Cruiser, Matilda tanks; German Pzkw I thru 6 tanks; Japanese Type 95 light tank & Type 97 medium tanks; Russian T-34 medium tanks. 3. Korean War-same as above. 4. Vietnam War-M41 Walker Bulldog light tank… Read More
The allies fielded about 2,000 tanks in Vietnam: M48 Patton medium tanks, M551 Sheridan tanks, M41 Walker Bulldog light tanks, and about 54 Australian Centurion medium gun tanks. The NVA had about 3 regiments of armor (prior to 1972): T54 medium tanks (includes Chicom Type 59s) and PT76 amphibious light tanks (includes Type 63s).
I have a 83 ford motor home dual tanks it switches tanks but gauge on both tanks shows empty when you on both tanks and has gas in both tanks?
your guage must be broke unless you didnt put any gasoline in it
Austria and Turkey did not use tanks. Germany built only twenty tanks, and they used captured British tanks which were in no short supply.
There are three tanks in a squadron. A squadron is divided into tanks, fighting headquarters, and administrative headquarters. There are five tank troops with three tanks each.
they can refill co2 tanks. Not really sure about HPA tanks
yes they are possibly the most powerful tanks of all time
tanks work by machines
USSR Built 29,770 Light tanks 62,424 Medium tanks 12,831 Heavy tanks4 5 Super heavy tanks ( 2 were prototypes) total of 105,050 tanks
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No, they will not. Unless they themselves have a compressor and tanks they cannot.
Why did the British build separate cruiser tanks to fight tanks and slow moving tanks to support the infantry?
Britain was slow to change from WWI tank tactics. In WWI they had slow moving infantry support tanks. Once tanks began to fight each other on the battlefield, it was necessary for Britain to develop faster, cruiser tanks specifically to battle enemy tanks. It was similar to how America used their tanks in WWII, however they weren't the same ideal on how the tank is constructed. Later they developed tank destroyers specifically to fight other… Read More
Australians drove Centurion tanks. Americans drove Patton and Sheridan tanks. The ARVN drove M41 Walker Bulldog light tanks; and the enemy, the NVA, drove PT76 Amphibious light tanks and T55 medium tanks.
Approximately 200 tanks.
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Tiger tanks: 1,200+ King tiger tanks: 497
because the trench was thin and the tracks on the tanks were long the tanks simply rolled over them
Hide behind those water tanks. The scuba tanks are filled and ready to go.
Well over 100,000. The US had 88,000 Sherman tanks. But if you add all the other tanks from allies (esp. Russia's tanks) you are talking about over 100,000 tanks were used by the allies in the war.
In total, around 285,000 tanks were produced during WW2. Around 185,000 were allied tanks and rest were Axis (mainly German) tanks.
Helium tanks are very useful and are used in many ways. Helium tanks are used to fill diving tanks with some helium so as to dilute the oxygen in the diving tank.
The Americans used 183,396 tanks, nearly half of this was Sherman tanks.
We use water tanks to save water. Water tanks collect rain water for later use.
Allied troops used sherman tanks germans used tiger & panther tanks
The Soviets built 35,119 T-34 tanks, and 29,430 T-34-85 tanks.
Snails can live in fish tanks and tanks
the UK has 13 tanks
as a point: what are all tanks used for?
Fish tanks were not 'discovered' they were invented.
Philippines have 41 scorpion tanks.
Louisville Tanks ended in 1940.
Louisville Tanks was created in 1935.
Battle Tanks happened in 2009.
Tanks were used to let the infantry troops take cover behind them as there was no cover in no mans land. Tanks were really only used by the French and British. The Americans did have tanks to and Germans used tanks somtimes but stuck with making chemical warfare.
Greeks are called "Noble Greeks" in translations of the Homeric epics, because they are epics about the Greeks and intended for Greek audiences.
The first tanks were constructed of riveted steel. During the Vietnam War, the M48 Patton tanks were built of cast one piece steel. After the war, today's tanks are made of classified synthetics.
Yes, the NVA used PT76 light tanks and T54/55 medium tanks. The Australians used their Centurion tanks. The Americans used their M48 Patton medium tanks and M551 Sheridan light tanks (officially designated Airborne Reconnaissance Assault Vehicles). The ARVNs used the US supplied M41 Walker Bulldog light tank.
Well that could either mean the CO2 tanks or the HPA tanks. Both are used as a propellant for the marker.
Not quite sure what you mean by 'special'. WWII tanks were certainly better than WWI tanks.
They were the first tanks, and tanks eventually became a dominant force in warfare as we know it.
The Romans named the Greeks in Greece.
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