May 8, 2012 by brennon
The A11 Matilda I was a stout little tank that was used to support infantry and kill the enemies during World War II. It was fitted with a heavy machine gun and while devastating if deployed correctly was incredibly hard to operate. While having a heavily protected central hull the tracks were totally exposed and could easily be disrupted.
I can’t help but feel that poor bloke poking his head out of the top may catch a stray bullet if he isn’t careful.
If you’re looking for something heavier then check out the Work-in-Progress shots of the new M5 Stuart Tank…
A rather smart looking tank so far. Let’s hope it isn’t long till this hits the battlefield as I can imagine a fair few Bolt Action generals can’t wait to unleash its payload on the enemy.
Will you be picking up the Matilda or awaiting the Stuart?