M1 ABRAMS MAIN BATTLE TANK OWNERS' WORKSHOP MANUAL FROM 1980 (M1, M1A1 AND M1A2 MODELS)
America's revolutionary main battle tank introduced by the US Army and US Marine Corps and operated by six other armies worldwide
Autore: Bruce Oliver Newsome, Gregory Walton
Della Haynes Publishing questi pratici manuali, abbondantemente illustrati a colori e in bianco e nero, che forniscono utili consigli per il restauro, la manutenzione e la guida di questi leggendario mezzi corazzati protagonisti della seconda guerra mondiale.
The US Army's 68-ton M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank entered service in 1980 when it was deployed extensively in the stand-offs of the Cold War. It saw combat during Gulf 1 (1991), the invasion of Iraq in 2003, and in Afghanistan (2010). Its revolutionary design incorporates a powerful multi-fuel turbine engine, sophisticated Burlington composite armour, and a deadly main armament featuring a 105mm rifled gun (M1), and the 120mm smooth-bore gun (M1A1 and M1A2), which makes the Abrams capable of making a kill at ranges in excess of 8,200ft.
Interamente illustrato con foto e disegni al tratto
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