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    Tanks were at the beginning was a tractor that carried men artillery and supplies. Tanks were designed as infantry support, because back in those days the men in charge sent in mass groups of men and hoped for the best, because the way men had to travel was on foot over mountains, through desserts, through muddy terrain, over rocks, through towns, and over debris. The first tank was designed by William Tritton and Major William Tritton and they named it “Little Willy” it ran on two caterpillar track on each side of it, though was never armed it had a ring for a machine gun. The first tank armed was the tank “Mother” it was armed with four 0.50in. machine guns and two six pounders. As the years pass the tank became better equipped for almost…

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    July 28, 1914 was the start of many things, the war started, alliances were formed, and technology bloomed. Tanks, Poison Gas, and Machine Guns were ground advancements technology created around 1914-1916. The machine guns could shoot 400-600 rounds a minute, the tanks could carry a large-calibre cannon, and the poison gas would cause vomiting, irritation to the eye, and severe coughing. These tools made a big impact on the war One of the three major technology created for the war were tanks. A…

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    dominated the war throughout the years were the tank. Tanks had more firepower in the form of machine guns, then the cannon, to provide supporting fire for attacking troops. Tanks were the strongest weapon in the war. Tanks first showed in the Battle of Flers-Courcelette in 1916. Armored vehicles such as tanks started to build before World War I. When the war started, all of the country’s started to improve their armored vehicles for the war. Introducing tanks in the war was the best idea to…

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    computer is hooked up to a satellite dish or an antenna which sends out what the joystick is doing to their drone so it can fly. The drone if it is needed can have night vision so it can see if it is too dark out to see regularly, it can also have heat vision for if it is tracking something through the woods or where there are a lot of trees. This machine might not seem like it is all that, but without this the Australian military would have to pay a lot more for a satellite to move into place…

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    Centurion Tank Analysis

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    adaptable and superior tank accelerated, which put pressure on all the participating nations: Germany, Russia, the United States, and Great Britain. To compete against German tanks, the British government ordered engineers to design an adaptable tank in 1943. The engineers’ goal would be to design a far superior tank compared to the German counterparts; however, this project did not reach completion until the end of the war in 1945 (Ware 36). This tank design became known as the Centurion tank.…

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    World War 1 Summary

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    The soldiers from different nations became test subjects to the nations developing weapons. For roughly four years the world would be at war. The war’s casualty count soared to almost twenty-six million, according to the book World War I by Hanson W. Allwin. Nations that updated and recreated military vehicles, new weapons, and updated military ideas had an advantage. During the course of the war soldiers barricaded themselves in trenches. The networks of trenches were protected by barbed…

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    Tanks During The Cold War

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    A tank is an armoured fighting vehicle designed for front-line combat, with heavy firepower, strong armour, and tracks providing good battlefield maneuverability. The first tanks were designed to overcome the deadlock of trench warfare; now they are a mainstay of modern ground forces and a key part of combined arms combat. Modern tanks are versatile mobile land weapon system platforms, mounting a large-calibre cannon in a rotating gun turret, supplemented by mounted machine guns or other…

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    Tanks During World War 1

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    The invention of the tank during world war one completely changed how countries knew how to fight. Tanks are able to move through rough terrain and destroy anything in its path. Tanks are mobile, strong, and extremely sturdy. The idea of the tanks came from a development of a farm tractor in the fourteen hundreds. Many armies wanted a mobile vehicle that could clear large gaps and could go through difficult terrain. They also didn't want to use traditional wheels.Tanks were and are still are…

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    The first tank had armor not a single bullet could penetrate, leaving the enemy in the dust. The only weapons on the first tank were two machine guns on each side, a total of four all together. During World War Two tanks battles were an everyday occurrence. When the Korean War started the United States Forces found out how dependent they were on armored vehicles. With Korea’s rough terrain, the tanks could not get the edge they needed on the enemy. Modern day armored warfare capabilities have…

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    war for the Allied Forces. In 1915 Britain produced over two thousand six hundred tanks named Landships;, they were nicknamed “Winston’s Folly.” These tanks were used to break through enemy trenches with unrelenting brute force. The tank was operated by a crew of five. These crews were often nervous in battle, not of the soldiers, but the tank. The tanks were often unreliable and broke down many times mid battle or traversing terrain. These problems were mainly overheating causing the engine to…

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