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  1. You are correct to a degree, But in A4/5 version the fire control is still good enough in the defence, and the thermal is probably superior to the B3 As for firepower there are some very effective 105 rounds available. The Israelis in particular have developed rounds capable out taking out a T-72B3
  2. Some marders would be beneficial as well. But i think they scraped them. The The Czech Republic, have donated some old T-72s the m variant from what i could make out and BMP1 IFVs. Poland would probably be the Ukrainians best best for Quick delivery of armour they have a decent amount of former Soviet equipment In War stocks, whether or not. they would be prepared to weaken there own reserves is debatable.
  3. Your opinion, Would the Leo-1a4/5 still be a viable weapons platform. in the current conflict. I believe it would, it still has a viable gun and fire control in the A5/a4 variant But one has to take crew training and maintenance in to consideration. All this takes Time For this reason i believe purchasing used T72s would be a better option for the Ukrainians What do you guys think. (Guys, just discussing the merits of using an old platform)
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    Again its only my opinion, But some type of custom design with APS. And the ability to lay down intense suppressive fire Even better if the design was remotely controlled May be a better alternative then sending tanks in to urban combat
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    A question for real world tankers. If you were in a( hypothetical,) intense urban combat situation would you stay buttoned up. Or mount the MG for better visibility.
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    Its only my opinion, but tanks are open country beasts There not suitable for urban combat.
  7. I did own a demo of the game back in the day. found it very immitted, The only thing i did like was the way the crews bailed out after the tank brewed up. drop and roll. LoL
  8. Well said sir. Most missions i participate in lead to mutual destruction if the opfor has equipment of similar quality.
  9. Not the T72-m But the T-72M1R, PT-91, PT-91MA, PT-91MA1. are more then a match Also the leo fleet even with out the upgrades are superior. also no dispute with any nations right to defend its self. that's beyond question. But it does amuse me when the media and annalists make out Russia has the capability invade Western Europe Yes it has the power to intimidate its nearest neighbours and has large numbers of reserve tanks IFV etc. But how much is even serviceable. look at the recent conflicts the performance was poor to say the least. My original post was not to question the polish decision to purchase more tanks. The M1a2s SEP is one if the best tank of this generation of Tanks. There are some new designs out there. My original post was to question if such a large purchase that will probably still be in service for the next twenty/ thirty years. Is the best choice to be honest i was thinking of the new French German design. But its long way away from manufacture and deployment.
  10. why the sense of urgency.? Poland already has a very considerable armoured force. The T-72 fleet are equal if not superior to any potential threat from the east.
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