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What is a tank?
December 30, 2010 7:51PM
An armored military vehicle capable of fighting.
A tank is a large armored, tracked military vehicle, armed with a large main gun and several machine guns. It is used to attack enemy troops, vehicles, and other tanks.
After WW1, a Tank usually had one main gun that was mounted in a turret that could swivel and elevate.
Whereas, a self-propelled artillery is a tracked vehicle that had a semi-fixed gun that had limited elevation and swivel.
A tank is a large and armored military vehicle that move on treads with a large cannon and a machine gun is was slow but had many advances to make better is swivel and elevate possible
A tracked armored fighting vehicle. Tank was originally the code name for the development of a tracked, gun mounted vehicle first used in 1916 on the Somme by the British in WW1.
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