A-34 Comet

The A-34 Comet was a British World War II tank. It was introduced in 1944, and made it to the front in 1945, a bit late. It was a revised version of the A-27 Cromwell with the 17-pounder battery from the Vicker’s Mark VI. Though it arrived too late, it was the best British tank.

Type: Main Battle Tank
Armament: 77mm gun, 7.62mm machine gun
Dimensions: length 7.65m; width 3.07m; height 2.67m
Weight: 60250kg
Speed: 52km/h
Armor: 102mm
The A-34 Comet destroyed a German tank.
by Rot April 07, 2005

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