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nope they both have a loader as part of the crew. And the majority of tanks with a manual loader tend to be more effective.
originally posted by: RalagaNarHallas
a reply to: cavtrooper7
eh i think flame throwers are a grey area ,they were allegedly used by Russians in Chechnya but i think the crux of their use being legal is that they arent employed near civilian population centers. IE tanks vs tanks on open plane or dessert or russian tiaga ok and legal but using them in urban warfare is illegal per Geneva conventions
more on topic,isnt the abhrams and leopard tanks used by germany and usa allready feature an auto loader ? not sure on the remotely controlled part for nato tanks but thought most of this tech was like 90sish era stuff that has been around since first gulf war(may be completely wrong tanks have never been my thing)
oddly enough the artists representation looks identicle to a tank from the colonial marines tech manual for the aliens franchise like IDENTICAL to the same paint scheme and tank lay out. so i thought that was pretty odd as that book came out in the late 80s early 90s.www.amazon.com...
www.cityoffilms.com...(better image) its just missing the top anti infantry gun and the killer klown paint scheme guess there are only so many variations of a tank though i just found it odd