Brit's "Achilles"

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Brit's "Achilles"

Postby South » 12 Apr 2018 20:17

http://www.businessinsider.com/weird-wo ... nks-2018-4


Good afternoon all,

Above about the British Achilles, a US M10 Wolverine "mod".

Had though that the "today's concept" also involved a helicopter as part of the land-air battle doctrine.

Armor ?! There goes the fuel consumption !


~ Bob
eastern Virginia, USA

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Re: Brit's "Achilles"

Postby Sheldrake » 12 Apr 2018 23:22

Bob,

There are quite a few threads already covering the M10 and the British up gunned variant. search.php?keywords=M10+17+pdr

You will probably get more them these than from the Business Insider link which looks a bit click-baity

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Re: Brit's "Achilles"

Postby South » 12 Apr 2018 23:36

Good afternoon Sheldrake,

Appreciate info.

~ Bob


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