Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Valiant I A38 Infantry Tank

The British A38 Valiant is considered one of the worst British tank designs for reasons such as weak suspension, low speed as well as internal problems that harmed the crew. The prototype resides in the Bovington Tank Museum.

Name: A38 Valiant
Type: Infantry Tank
Origin: United Kingdom
Year: 1943
Produced: 1

Length: 5.4 Meters
Width: 2.8 Meters
Height: 2.1 Meters
Weight: 27870 Kilograms
Speed: 19 km/h (11 km/h off road)

Crew: 4

Primary Armament:
-57 mm 6-Pounder OR
-75 mm Gun (proposed)
Secondary Armament:
-7.92 mm Besa (2)

Gun Flexibility: °

Armor: (Conflicting sources)
114 mm Front
34 mm Side
34 mm Rear
10 mm Bottom
114 mm Front
100 mm Side


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