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IS 2 greatest tank of ww2


FNG / Fresh Meat
May 4, 2006
UnrealEd: Viewport #1
Well, the Abrams does it's job well. Plowing the fields and so forth... just what a inferior tractor does.
Most modern tractors are equipped with air conditioning and are sealed to protect the crew from nuclear and poison gas, very handy when farmers use their tractor to spray pesticides in their fields.
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FNG / Fresh Meat
Sep 16, 2010
IS2, the greatest tank of WW2.

IS3, the greatest tank for you and me.

IS4, the tank that won the war.

IS5, the tank that will keep you alive.

IS6, to stop all the German tricks.

IS7, go to Hell, or go to Heaven?

IS8, simply great.

IS9, the greatest tank of our time.


FNG / Fresh Meat
Aug 19, 2006
here to kill your monster
German tanks were still used long after the war, russians build new ones like the T Series.....

the su100 and t-34 were used extensively long after the war, and indeed produced over 10 years after it ceased.
used more so than the p4s were lets say, of which for example a mere handfull featured in the 6 day war.

-and talking about a 'T' series of russian tanks is like talking about an 'M' series of american ones.
You mean the T54/55 and T62? Decendants of the t34.
The T-10? final model of the IS series, re-named as a result of de-stalinization.

Sort out your arguments, plz don't force me to make serious replies in this thread and the next time you post here bring your dinner.