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K3-M1 Ulfr Light Drop Tank . This is the K3-M1 Ulfr, (this is not a real tank, so don't get confused) and it is used by the Andoran military as an LDT (Light Drop Tank). It is one of the most technologically advanced tank in the world to date, and most of its systems are classified. . The K3-M1 Ulfr LDT (Light Drop Tank) is a tank designed to fit inside of a military plane and be dropped onto the battlefield from a low run of about 60 feet up. It lands safely on the ground with the help of a a drag chute and is then ready for the crew to start the engines up and offer ground support. Armor: Depleted Uranium, Explosive Reactive, ASPRO-A (couter measure), Classified, Classified. Weapons: 1 160mm Main cannon, 1 .42 caliber MG placement, 4 flare launchers, 2 guided anti-armor missiles or free-flight rocket pods in retracting launchers. Crew: 2, Driver and gunner. Top Speed: 54 MPH Operational Range: Classified. Fuel Capacity: 730 gallons Engine: Classified. Weight: 68 short tons A close up look at the top of the tank. The 160mm main cannon can fire many different types of ammunition, from incendiary and explosive to gas and smoke rounds. Open gunner hatch. Closed gunner hatch. The gunners turret swivels a full 360 degrees and can go 50 degrees straight up or at a 20 degree downward angle. I wish I remembered to take a picture of the suspension in action before I demolished this beauty... :( Just a place for the crew to store their operational gear. The tank has a 112 degree range of motion on either side of the tank, A little more than most modern tanks can do.


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