How to Fix a Wreck on a World War II Tank

We have come to understand that a tank is a machine made for war.

The crew on this tank, the Sherman Tank, was one of the most famous in World War 2.

When the Germans captured Paris in May 1940, the US military was on the brink of defeat.

The US Army needed tanks, and it needed tanks quickly.

In order to help it achieve that goal, the United States developed its own version of the Sherman tank.

This particular version of this tank was nicknamed the Stukas.

This was a German-designed tank that was powered by a diesel engine, with the main gun firing high-explosive shells.

The Sherman tank had the best turret traverse in the world.

The tank had four crew members: a driver, a gunner, two gunners, and a loader.

The driver could drive the tank, and the gunner could fire the gun.

The loader could load and unload the gun from the tank.

The gunners could fire any of the ammunition, and they could move the gun and move the crew around the battlefield.

When you put it all together, it’s a tank that could drive on roads and cross roads.

The Stukos were originally a prototype for the tank in the United Kingdom.

The UK had a large fleet of the Stuks, which were used in many different types of battles.

When a British tank rolled into Germany, it had to fight a series of battles before it was officially given the name of Stuks.

The German tanks of the time were known as Waffenträger, which means “war-machine.”

But it was the Stugas that made them so deadly.

They were so powerful that they could penetrate the armour of an American tank.

In some cases, the Stugs could even penetrate a German tank’s turret.

This proved to be the Stusses greatest weakness.

The first tank the US Army built, the Shermans, were powered by diesel engines.

The diesel engine was so powerful and the Stüsses armor was so thick that it made the Shermels highly mobile and could be used to cross roads and trenches.

The Shermans were also so heavy that they were nicknamed the “tank elephants.”

This was the Sherman who could penetrate an American tanks turret.

The Americans eventually moved the Sherman into production.

The American tank manufacturers also developed other tank models, like the T-34.

These were tanks that had armor plating made of hard rubber, which could be easily penetrated by a bullet.

The T-35 tanks were used extensively in World Wars II, and were also extremely deadly.

Their main weakness was that they had weak turrets, which meant that the gun could be fired too quickly and the turret would be destroyed.

The main purpose of the T35 tank was to drive troops through enemy lines, and to support infantry fighting against the enemy.

But the T34 tanks were also very good at supporting infantry fighting.

The Germans used them to attack the US forces on the Western Front.

The Russians used the Tors and the TKV tanks to destroy American units in World V. When World War I ended, the Americans started to build their own tanks.

They built their own prototypes of the famous Sherman tank and the “stukas,” the Stuga, the “tiger tanks,” and the Marder.

The Marders were powered and armored like the Shermers.

The “tigers” were the tanks that were the most powerful tanks.

In World War 1, these tanks had a crew of eight men and were armed with a 30mm cannon.

These tanks were designed to defend against the Panzerkampfwagen, a German infantry fighting vehicle.

But their armor was very weak.

This meant that it was easy for a tank to penetrate the armor of an enemy tank.

They could penetrate it even without being shot.

The next tank the Americans built was the M1 Sherman.

The initial M1 was a tank designed to protect American troops on the Eastern Front.

It was armed with the German Panzerkampfw.

IV gun.

These German tanks were very powerful.

They had the largest guns in the war.

And the Germans were very pleased to see American troops in their ranks.

The tanks were not exactly known for their armor.

The armor on the M1913 Sherman tank was so strong that it had been nicknamed “Tiger’s Claw.”

The first M1 tanks were powered mainly by a steam engine.

The steam engine was powered mainly through the combustion of compressed air.

In its earliest form, the engine was called the M5.

The engine was used to power the engine on the tanks’ main gun.

When it was powered, the M4 was placed at the rear of the tank and connected to the engine with an auxiliary shaft.

It provided additional power to the gun, but only after the engine had been completely fired.

This engine was an engine of a different type.

The engines on the tank were called the “motor.”