I'm assuming Desert-Storm post-Desert Storm/Iraqi Freedom here. In which case we're looking at vehicles most likely killed by Hellfire AT missiles (HEAT system) or M1A1, M1A2 MBTs (DU KE system of killing the vehicle.)Every knocked out tank i have seen was remarkably intact except for the turret lying next to it.
Well, now that you're there, I suggest you get really drunk. Have a morning to match the night, that's what I always (Just now) say. Yes, I've had too many. Yes, I'm making it sound like "Wino-Central" again. No, I don't hold Mele responsible. No, you can't legally either. Why? Because we all clicked 'yes' for that little checkbox that absolves him of all legal responsibility! Whoooooyah!"No honey, I really wasn't looking for that! It's got a really neat bomb video on it! I mean it, you know you're the only bombshell I need though..." or "well princess, some women just aren't as classy as you and your mother... who doesn't need to know daddy was even at that site... no, no, no... there's nothing wrong with, well maybe... Hey, who wants a pony?" Really though, a little warning next time please! Some of us don't need help earning a night on the couch.
Yes. If I had the funds, I would be driving around in a T-80UM1 right now.Although it is true that in the Cold War, the USSR would sell sub-standard equipment to its allies, today they sell their most sophisticated equipment - even the stuff which they dont have themselves, due to them being completely bankrupt.
Ammunition fired by all tanks in WW2 was even less stable than it is today. Sometimes, HMG rounds would penetrate the magazine and brew it up, doesn't even have to be a shell. Glancing hits may also cause casing seperation in the magazine as well.but I have seen plenty of WW2 tanks with the nifty removable turret too. Like when an 88 rips through something.