War Thunder Seafire Mk XVII The Seafire F Mk XVII (WT rank iv) was a modified Mk XV; the most important change was the reinforced main undercarriage which used longer oleos and a lower rebound ratio. This went some way towards taming the deck behaviour of the Mk XV, reduced the propensity of the propeller […]

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War Thunder M36 Slugger With the advent of heavy German armor such as the Panther and Tiger, the standard U.S. tank destroyer, the 3in Gun Motor Carriage M10, was rapidly becoming obsolete, because its main armament, the 3in M7 gun, had difficulty engaging these new tanks past 500 metres. This was foreseen, however, and in […]

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War Thunder M10 Wolverine GMC The M10 tank destroyer was a United States tank destroyer of World War II based on the chassis of the M4 Sherman tank fitted with the 3-inch (76.2 mm) Gun M7 on a pentagonal turret. Formally 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage, M10, it was numerically the most important U.S. tank destroyer […]

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War Thunder Attacker FB 1 The Attacker (tier V fighter in War Thunder) developed from a Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jet project, under Air Ministry Specification E.10 of 1944 (the E for experimental). The design of the Attacker used the laminar flow straight-wings of the Supermarine Spiteful, a piston-engined fighter intended to replace the […]

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War Thunder Sea Fury FB 11 The Hawker Sea Fury (in WT tier 4) was a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and also one of the fastest production single piston-engined aircraft ever built. Developed during the Second World War, the […]

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  War Thunder Seafire FR.47 The final version of the Seafire was the Seafire F Mk 47 and FR Mk 47 (in WT tier IV). There was no true prototype, instead the first production aircraft PS944 and PS945 served as trials aircraft. As the “definitive” carrier based Seafire the Mk 47 incorporated several refinements over […]

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Source –  http://warthunder.com/en/devblog/current/768 The new version of IL-2, located on the third rank, which had no rocket load and with bomb load was reduced to 200 kg, due to changed armament. In fixed wing batteries there are two 7.62-mm ShKAS machine guns with ammunition of 750 rounds per barrel, and two 37-mm NS-37 cannons with […]

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War Thunder  IL-2 1942 Source – This aircraft will replace the current IL-2 at the second rank. The armament consists of fixed wing panels, which have two 23-mm VYa cannons with ammunition of 150 rounds each, and two 7.62-mm ShKAS machine guns with ammunition of 750 rounds per barrel. On the inner pylons it is […]

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War Thunder Ar 234 C-3 preview Source – http://warthunder.com/en/devblog/current/766 Kirill “Lassar” Vostretsov, Game Designer: This modification is a solution to the lack of defense capabilities with Ar.234 bombers – two Mauser MG.151/20 cannons, with an ammunition capacity of 250 rounds per barrel on production variant. A bomber with 4 jet engines which has retained the bomb […]

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War Thunder T28 and T95 Source – http://warthunder.com/en/devblog/current/767 “We would like to bring to your attention the heavy assault tanks, which will be included in the US tech tree – The T95 and the premium T28. Armed with a 105-mm T5E1 cannon with 63 shells available – these vehicles will undoubtedly be a formidable weapon […]

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