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Review: Dominate the water in the cavalry-tested Pool Punisher inflatable tank
A former Army cavalry officer takes the Pool Punisher for a spin.
We salute the Army crew who named their tank ‘Come And Take It’
Extremely appropriate given that this M1 Abrams is assigned to Task Force Spartan in Kuwait.
A few lucky soldiers are about to get their hands on a new light tank for testing
A handful of soldiers will soon get the chance to kick the treads on two different light tank prototypes during an upcoming vehicle assessment at Fort Bragg in North Carolina
Army tanks are officially rocking a new active protection system in Europe
Photos released on July 10 ahead of the second phase of the Army's Defense Europe exercise show an M1 Abrams main battle tank rocking an Israeli-made Trophy Active Protection System (APS)
Army chief of staff tweets M1 Abrams video that shows the wrong frickin’ tank
"Feedback like this improves the quality of our social media content"
We salute the guy who turned his riding lawnmower into a tank named ‘COVID Killer’
It even rocks a spud-launching gun turret
Army tank crews are playing video games to maintain readiness amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Don't feel guilty about spending too much time playing video games during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic — Army tank crews are doing it too
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Tanks for the laughs
A WWII-era tank in West Virginia mysteriously turned yellowish-green overnight. Here’s why
A tank's mysterious transformation from olive drab to lemon-lime green was solved Wednesday when the sponsor of a Bluefield State College club came forward and said some paint that was ordered turned out to be the wrong color.
The Army is getting its first full brigade of souped-up Abrams tanks sooner than expected
The Pentagon's Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima, Ohio is ramping up to deliver the Army's first full brigade of upgraded M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams main battle tanks to bring the pain downrange.