I used to drive tanks (19K for those still in) and fück man. That takes some serious skill. I could barely load her onto a train car.
@KoolHandLuke, so I was a massage therapist for years and saw many many different clients. Also an army brat. Had a veteran come in one day and tell me he had a herniated disc in his back from his time in the Army. We get to chatting and he lived in Ft Irwin and trained at NTC. He trained in tank tactics and had one brilliant story. Another thank was going into an active zone but for some reason their radios weren't working/someone wasn't listening. He was told to "head them off" to prevent injuries to themselves and others. So he just straight GUNS it towards this other tank. He manages to cut him off but not before he can cut down speed in which he propels himself up in the air after hitting a ditch. The tank actually goes airborne and completely obliterated on landing. It destroyed a few million dollar vehicle. Oh, and he got a herniated disc. Biggest kicker? He only had a few weeks left as active duty. Hope I described what happened well enough- he thought it was hilarious.
@SchroedingerPussPuss, is it worth it to read that?
@WaitWTF, apparently 4 people think so
@WaitWTF, i liked it
@WaitWTF, Totally worth it
GF: Come see me.
Guy: I can't, I'm at war.
GF: My parents aren't home.
Oh look. Someone built a steel tank to match that driver's balls
Oh don't mind me, just crossing the Styx River
That snow tank is making great progress
@Nudity Industries, death doggo.
Sekrit dokuments says all is korrect ))))) 2stronk4u
Bt-5 suspension = best suspension
@ieatu, isn't that at BT-7?
@Kliment Voroshilov, doesn't look like it. The upper glacis is that of the 5, not 7
@ieatu, gotta love that Christie Suspension, derpy as hell but clearly very effective