AGFERB-45

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AGFERB-45
AGFERB-45
General
Type: Heavy Tank
Owner: America
Year: 1945
Specifications
Length:  ???
Width:  ???
Height:  ???
Weight: 150t
Armour:  ???
Speed:  ???
Armament
Primary Weapon: 155mm
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History
In June 1945 with the end of the war in sight the Army Ground Forces Equipment Review Board met to discuss the needs of the US Army after the war. During this conference many different new and radical vehicle designs were proposed, the largest of them was this 150t semi-trailer super heavy tank. Only the basic requirements for the project were outlined and it remained only a concept.


Note

This vehicle was only a artistic concept & never received a name. AGFERB-45 is an abbreviation of "Army Ground Forces Equipment Review Board 1945" which is where the design originates from. The name may be changed to something more fitting of the American nomenclature in the future.
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Time Frames
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1940 - 1942:
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1942 - 1944:
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1944 - 1945:
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1945 - 1960:
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1930 - 1960:
Total-War
Buildable Yes
Bonus Crate Yes Yes
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Comments


Mig Eater

34 months ago
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Any thoughts about possible names for this tank?

Anonymous user #1

10 months ago
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"That Big Nuclear-Powered Tank What Bends in the Middle" "T45E1 Washington"

Anonymous user #2

21 months ago
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The "Behemoth"

Anonymous user #2

21 months ago
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Or the "articulated tank"
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Structures
Buildings: Airship Hanger
Ground Vehicles
Construction/Supply: Dodge 1.5t, M20 Diamond T, CKW-353, DUKW, M35
Transport: Dodge WC51, M3, M39, M59, M75
Armoured Car: MB Jeep, GPA Seep, M3A1, M8 Greyhound, M38 Wolfhound
Light Tank: T1, M1 Combat Car, M5 Stuart, M7, M22 Locust, M24 Chaffee, M41 Bulldog, M41A1 Bulldog, T49, M41/XM551, Detroit L-3
Medium Tank: M2A1, M3A3 Lee, M4A1 Sherman, M4A3 Sherman, M4A3E2 Sherman, M4A3E8 Sherman, M4A4 Sherman, M26 Pershing, T26E4 Pershing, M46 Pershing, M47 Patton, M48 Patton, M48A2 Patton, M60 Patton, M60A1 Patton, M60A2 Patton, AEI Phase 1
Heavy Tank: Mark VIII Liberty, M6, M6A2E1, T28, T29E3, T34, M103, T58, T110, AGFERB-45
Anti-Aircraft: M16, T36, T52, M19, M42 Duster, T249 Vigilante
Tank Destroyer: M2 AT, T40, T57, M10 Wolverine, M18 Hellcat, M36 Jackson, M50 Ontos
Support: M8 Scott, T31
Artillery: T3, T30, M7 Priest, M12, T34 Calliope, M40, M41, M44, M52, M55, T92
Repair Vehicle: T2, M31, M32
Amphibious: LVT-1, LVT-4, LVT(A)-4, LVTP-5, LVTP-6, LVTAA-X2, LVTH-X4, TV-8
Other: OTAC Areie
Aircraft
Fighter: P-38 Lightning, P-39 Airacobra, P-40 Warhawk, P-51 Mustang, P-75 Eagle, F4F Wildcat, F5U Flying Flapjack, F6F Hellcat, P-80 Shooting Star, F-86 Sabre, FJ-3 Fury, F-100 Super Saber
Ground Attack: A-17 Nomad, P-47 Thunderbolt, TBD Devastator, F4U Corsair, AD-6 Skyraider, F-84 Thunderjet
Carrier Aircraft: F9C Sparrowhawk
Bomber: B-10, B-17 Flyingfortress, B-18 Bolo, B-25 Mitchell, B-29 Superfortress, B-36 Peacemaker, B-45 Tornado, B-47 Stratojet, AJ-1 Savage
Transport: C-47 Skytrain, C-119 Flying Boxcar
Helicopter: R-4, CH-34 Choctaw, UH-1 Huey, Model 120, CH-54 Tarhe
Other: K-Class, USS Macon
Naval
Transport: LCT Mk.I, LCT Mk.VI
Destroyer: Benson, Fletcher, Gearing
Aircraft Carrier: Yorktown, Essex, Forrestal
Civilian
Vehicle: Fordson Type F
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