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Quan Guan 100065 M26 Pershing WWII Tank | Speed Build

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About M26 Pershing

The M26 Pershing was a heavy American tank of World War II. It was first used by the United States Army on August 1944. The M26 had many advantages over the M4 Sherman, it had better frontal armor, more powerful armament and a lower profile.

The M26’s disadvantages were its high fuel consumption and its limited range of action due to its low petrol capacity.

The M26 was designed to be lighter than the previous medium tanks, the M4 Sherman and the T-34 which it replaced on the battlefield. It has a height of 68 inches (1.7 m) which is 12 inches (30 cm) less than the Sherman’s 88 inches (2.2 m).

Wiki M26 Pershing

The M26 Pershing was a heavy tank/medium tank[1] of the United States Army. The tank was named after General of the Armies John J. Pershing, who led the American Expeditionary Force in Europe in World War I. It was used in the last months of World War II during the Invasion of Germany and extensively during the Korean War. The M26 was intended as a replacement of the M4 Sherman,[citation needed] but a prolonged development period meant that only a small number saw combat in Europe. Based on the criteria of firepower, mobility, and protection, US historian R. P. Hunnicutt ranked the Pershing behind the German Tiger II heavy tank, but ahead of the Tiger I heavy and Panther medium tanks.[2] It was withdrawn in 1951 in favor of its improved derivative, the M46 Patton, which had a more powerful and reliable engine and advanced suspension.[3] The lineage of the M26 continued with the M47 Patton, and was reflected in the new designs of the later M48 Patton and M60 Patton. Read more

Interesting Video About M26 Pershing

Below are very informative and entertaining videos to discover more about this unit and it’s place in history. Please be aware that some of these videos may contain crude language and/or actual footage of warfare. This may be disturbing to sensitive viewers. We hope you enjoy!

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