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General Historical Information
Place of origin USA
Category Super Heavy Tank
Debut in FHSW v0.55
Speed 13 km/h
Armour Hull front: 133 mm
Hull Side:63 mm
Hull Rear: 63 mm
Hull top: 63 mm
Gun Mantlet: 305 mm
Main armament 105mm T5E1 Gun
(62 rounds)
Coaxial weapon .303 machinegun
General Ingame Information
Used by USA
Great Britain
Crew in‑game 3
Ammunition ↑ HE
↓ AP
Seat 2 .50 M2HB Browning
(100 rounds)
Seat 3 Commander seat
Historical Picture

Also know as the 105 mm Gun Motor Carriage T95, the T28 was an American Super Heavy Juggernaut Tank which saw its debut in Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of World War Two. FHSW of course redesigned the tank. It was designed during the late period of the war as a breakthrough tank against heavy fortifications and was designed as a self propelled AT-gun.  Meanwhile the Germans also designed heavy tanks like the Maus. However, it was specifically designed for the fight at the Siegfried line, in the spring of 1945 it went into production (too late for the war in Europe). Notable is the long, wide and low buld of the tank, with its big 10.5 cm T5E1 gun, which already saw its debut in version 0.5 as the maingun on the T29. As protection, its upper front armour was 305 mm thick, meanwhile the lower front armour was 133 mm thick, side 152 mm thick and back and roof 51 mm thick and it had a massive 298.1mm thick gunmask. Because its weight of 86 tonnes and the poor 500 Hp heavy Ford engine, the T28 had a maxumum speed of 13 km/h, which makes it a big, slow target. Notable are its two tracks on each side, and one track on each side can be removed during transport of the vehicle. You can drive the vehicle ingame with or without the removable tracks. As AA-protection, a 1.27 cm Browning M2 machine gun was placed on the roof. After the war, U.S. equipment was reorganized and the vehicle was then known as the 105 mm Gun Motor Carriage T95. However, in 1946 it was redesignated T28.

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