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Fokker T.V. (T-5)
The Fokker T.V was a twin-engine bomber, described as an "aerial cruiser",[1] built by Fokker for the Netherlands Air Force. It was modern for its time, but by the German invasion of 1940, it was outclassed by the airplanes of the Luftwaffe.
TYPE-1 MBT
Brief introduction of carrier Name: Type-1 MBT Type: Tank Weapon: one 120mm main gun and one 25mm rocket gun Number of members: two (conductor, observer) Life: 8000 Development background: after several years of war, the situation between Eagle and
[WW2 Collection] M3A1 Scout Car
The M3A1 Scout Car was the final development of the series of American armoured "White Scout Cars". Primary external differences from the M3 were a widening of the body over the fenders, the removal of the rear door of the M3 and the addition of the
[The WW2 Collection] Flak 38
The German Flak 38 Autocannon derived from the Solothurn ST-5 as a project for the Kriegsmarine, which produced the 20 mm C/30. The gun fired the "Long Solothurn", a 20 × 138 mm belted cartridge that had been developed for the ST-5 and was one of
T3M RAPTOR Light tank
The T3M RAPTOR is an amphibious light tank, equipped with an autoloading gun, wire-guided ATGMs and a medium machine gun. Features include a twin-drum autoloader, with each drum having different ammunition, as well as ATGMs for longer range
MiG-15
One of the oldest sovietic jet planes ! Had participated to the Korean War too ! Specs - Maximum speed : 1 075 km/h - Weight (without weapons) : 3 680 kg Weapons - 6x rockets - 1x 37mm canons w/ 800 rounds
[WW2 Collection] Opel Blitz
Opel Blitz, the German truck produced by Opel and given the name that translates to "Lightning". Entering production ever since 1930 and cementing itself as one of Germany's most used truck during WWII. The truck was mainly used to transport
F9F Panther
One of the oldest jet planes ! Flown for the first time the 24th November 1947, it participated in the Korean War in 1951. Specs: Maximum speed : 925 km/h Weight (without weapons) : 4 220 kg Weapons: 6x 127mm rockets 4x 20mm canons w/ 800 rounds
Nakajima B5N "Kate"
The Nakajima B5N (Japanese: 中島 B5N, Allied reporting name "Kate") was the standard carrier-based torpedo bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) for much of World War II. Although the B5N was substantially faster and more capable than its Allied
Horten Ho 229
The Horten H.IX, RLM designation Ho 229 (or Gotha Go 229 for extensive re-design work done by Gotha to prepare the aircraft for mass production) was a German prototype fighter/bomber initially designed by Reimar and Walter Horten to be built by
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WOW, gun sniper Remington MSR come back rate 9-10
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roblox! great map, maybe a bit optimazation?
Somebody
PLEASE MAKE MORE FLINTLOCK WEAPONS PLZZZZZZ
Goondi
Alright. everyone here is a f*cking ar*e.
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