Earlier: Soviet rocket tanks article Source: http://world-of-kwg.livejournal.com/228435.html Author: Leisheng (RU) Hello everyone, today, we’ll have a look at some interesting overview of the missile-carrying tanks Great Britain 1945 – Sherman Tulip (two RP-3 76mm rockets) 1944 – Cromwell LILO (4 launchers for 152mm LILO rockets, installed on the right side of the turret, it is assumed that their warhead was a HESH type) 1946 – Cromwell Tulip (4 RP-3 76mm rockets) 1958 – FV4010 (based on the Centurion, equipped with Malkara missiles, only a paper project) 1960′s – Centurion Mk.V with Swingfire missiles 1960′s – Centurion with SS-11 missiles USA 1945 – T105 Sherman (with 183mm rocket launcher instead of the gun – there is a T76 version too, with the same rocket launcher, only the launcher barrel is round and it resembles a gun barrel) 1945 – T31 Demolition Tank (105mm howitzer in a special turret with two 1833 launchers on each side, this tank was considered for World of Tanks) 1945 – M26 Model 2011 (4 sets of 11 T99 rockets) 1955 – Hunter (armed with twin 105mm unguided rocket launchers, the launchers are equipped with automatic loading magazines with 7 rockets each, the tank could this fire 14 rockets without reloading, stayed on paper) 1955 – R-29 and R8 projects 1960′s – Sheridan Bulldog (a Bulldog hull with Sheridan turret, armed with MGM-51 Shillelagh ATGM) 1960′s – M551 Sheridan (armed with MGM-51 Shillelagh ATGM) 1967 – Patton with Swingfire ATGM 1960′s – T149 (M113 APC with SS-11 ATGM) 1960′s – M48 Patton with SS-11 ATGM

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