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PT-76 (AAR221)

PT-76 (AAR031)
includes one PT-76 Light Tank with .50cal AAMG (for Vietnam)

Originally designed as an amphibious light tank, the PT-76 started its service in the early 1950s. The tank itself became the Soviet standard reconnaissance tank. The PT-76 was widely exported and found homes in many nations’ armies including Egypt and thus The United Arab Republic.

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PT-76 (AAR221) The Soviet doctrine called for the PT-76 to be used in rapid, uninterrupted advances, so the reconnaissance elements were expected to move forward at speed until engaged. This doctrine was also adopted by the United Arab Republic. If worse came to worst, the destruction of the scout company would at least alert the following troops to the presence of a strong defensive position.
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Name Mobility
Equipment and Notes
PT-76 Standard Tank 2 1 1 Co-ax MG, Amphibious, Wide tracks.
D-56T 76mm gun
11 3+

These companies combine tanks for firepower and infantry in light BTR-50PK transporters to lead the advance. 

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Casey Davies

PT-76 (AAR221)

This tank was designed to traverse even the most wet of terrain.

Amphibious vehicles treat all Impassable water terrain as Difficult Going instead of Impassable. If Passengers are forced to Dismount for any reason while in Impassable water, they drown and count as destroyed.

PT-76 (AAR221) PT-76 (AAR221)

Wide Tracks
Some excellent tank designs have successfully utilised wide tracks, allowing them to cross almost any terrain.

If a vehicle with Wide Tracks becomes Bogged Down while attempting to cross Rough Terrain, roll again. On a roll of 4+ the vehicle immediately frees itself and continues moving.

PT-76 (AAR221) PT-76 (AAR221)

A stabiliser is a device fitted to the tank’s gun that keeps it level so the gunner can stay on target while the tank moves.

■ A moving tank firing a gun fitted with a Stabiliser shoots at its full ROF.

■ If the gun has ROF 2 or more, it adds a penalty of +1 to the score To Hit.

■ If the gun has ROF 1, it ignores the normal +1 penalty To Hit when moving.

Before shooting, a tank can choose not to use its Stabiliser.

Last Updated On Wednesday, August 21, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront