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The LVT-2 Water Buffalo is an armored amphibious landing vehicle housed in a tank chassis. It is effective in both sea- or land-based engagements. With armored sides protecting its payload and three machine gun turrets allowing it to defend itself with ease, the LVT-2 is an ideal amphibious transport.
When you go up in a Natter Rocket Plane, don’t expect to come down in one. This single-engine interceptor is expendable -- you take off, you unload your 24 unguided rockets on any incoming enemy bombers, then you bail out. Don’t worry, you have a parachute, and so does the Natter. The German Army will recover and reuse the rocket engine, but the frame is disposable.
The unique pairing of a modified Tiger tank chassis with a 380mm rocket mortar, the Sturmtiger is one of the most powerful armored vehicles in its class. Although limited by a low ammunition capacity, the Sturmtiger is still an incredibly effective weapon, reducing buildings and fortifications to rubble with a single shot from its massive gun.
This American version of a Browning design packs a big wallop, though it’s best used as a short-range weapon. It’s auto-loading action comes in handy when every fraction of a second counts. If you get the jump on an enemy in close quarters with this gun, you won’t need to take a second shot.
This motorcycle offers quick, although unarmored, transport across medium distances for one or two soldiers. This motorcycle is equipped with a passenger sidecar featuring a mounted machine gun, allowing a passenger the opportunity to defend the motorcycle from enemy soldiers.