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Panzer II C (early) (GE010)

Panzer II C (early) (GE010) Panzer II C (early) (GE010)

The Panzerkampfwagen II was intended to be a stop-gap measure until sufficient numbers of the Panzer III and IV could be delivered to units in the field. Armed with a 2cm main gun that was considered adequate for the time, the Ausf C first appeared in 1937. The Ausf C featured an increase in frontal armour and the five-wheel leaf spring suspension that the Panzerkampfwagen II became famous for.
Manned by a three man crew made up of a commander (who also doubled as the gunner), wireless operator and driver, the Panzerkampfwagen II was considered a main battle tank intended for tank-on-tank engagements for the Polish campaign but was relegated to a reconnaissance role during the campaign in the West. Its reconnaissance role was maintained during the invasion of the Soviet Union but by 1942 its use as a frontline vehicle begun to be phased out.
Panzer II C (early) (GE010)
Panzer II C (early) (GE010)

In Flames Of War
Mobility: Fully-tracked; Front 1; Side 1; Top 1
Range: 16"/40cm; ROF 3; AT 5; Firepower 5+

Equipment and Notes
Co-ax MG, Protected ammo.

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by James Brown & Jeremy Painter

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Panzer II C (early) (GE010) Panzer II C (early) (GE009)
Panzer II C (early) (GE009) Panzer II C (early) (GE009)
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