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T-92
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No: 5255   Contributor: Chris Streckfus   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Other   Country: United States of America
T-92

Side view of a U.S. T92 Light Tank.

The T92 was was a light tank developed during the Cold War by the US firm Aircraft Armaments for the US Army, but it never entered into service. With a weight of 18.5 tonnes, the T92 was conceived to be dropped by parachute. Fitted with a low-profile turret, the T92 Light Tank was armed with a 76mm rifled gun with 60 rounds and two machine guns. The engine was mounted in the front. There was an escape hatch door in the rear for the four-man crew.

For more info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T92_Light_Tank
Picture added on 11 April 2011 at 13:41
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