posted on Aug, 31 2006 @ 02:00 PM
Firstly Deltaboy, please be kind enough to re-read my post. In it I said, 'Most armoured fighting vehicles have one glaring gap in their armour and
that is about the track and roadwheel assembly.'
I still maintain that. I also know, as does just about everybody else in the world, that tank armour is thinnest on the turret top and at the rear of
As for reactive armour -
we don't use it. What you see, is bolt on armour 'slabs', much the same as you bolt on to the Bradley and M1A2's.
No secret there either unless, you're saying on the Bradley and Abrams, this is reactive?
My post was not meant to be a slur on US technology etc, but more of a genuine enquiry and puzzlement as our UK/US armour is said to be the best in