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 This ugly big guy was once the scourge of euroasia in another time and place. Now is our more dangerous tank. 
(Natasha Zurkelov to Zenya Kurtarov)
Mammoth Assault Tank

(S-95)

Mammoth tank
Type Heavy tank
Place of origin Confederate Soviet States
Service history
In service 2001-2017 (old timeline)

2029-Present (actual timeline)

Used by Soviet confederate Confederate Soviet States (formerly)


DC Flag Armed Republic of Dvinmiste Capia

Wars First Slavic War

Second Slavic War

Production history
Designer Dvinmiste Capia Research Facility
Manufacturer Anarchy Gun Works
Unit cost $5.8 trillion per unit
Produced 2001-2017 (old timeline)

2029-Present (actual timeline)

Specifications
Weight 150 metric tons
Length 15.85m
Width 6.46m
Height 3.85m
Crew 6

Armor Titanium and composite armor in modular design
Primary
armament
Dual 120mm cannons
Secondary
armament
Mammoth tusk surface-to-air missiles
Operational range 1000 km
Speed 13 km/h

After the "time boom", professor Steinschneider offered Zenya the last copy blueprints planes for the infamous Mammoth Assault Tanks, described them as "war in a can". The Mammoth Tank was designed to go toe-to-toe with any enemy unit, and emerge the last unit standing.

Short StoryEdit

Acting on the orders of Víktor Yanúkovich, soviet engineers created the S-95 tank, a.k.a. Mammoth Assault Tank, the heaviest tank ever produced in that conflict , to counter the increasing threat of the russian' latest tank. Mounting twin 120mm cannons effective against both vehicles and structures, and was capable of eliminating light vehicles with a single volley, complimented by two Mammoth Tusk missile pods and extremely heavy armour, it is truly the last word in conventional vehicle technology. The enormous chassis is supported by a pair of treads on each side. The turret is plugged into the hull with a relatively thin screw-like extension. There is no large turret well and the turret is a self-contained module with no crew transfer being possible between the turret and hull. The turret aiming and rotation mechanism is automated so much as it aim directly to its intended target swiftly. The vehicle is equipped to carry out limited battlefield repairs independently. In addition to being a threat to ground targets the tank's missiles could also engage aircraft.

AssessmentEdit

ProsEdit

  • Devastating against vehicles and structures
  • Greater firepower and armor than other tank
  • Able to self-repair
  • Can attack air units
  • Can survive direct hits from nuclear missiles
  • Can crush other vehicles (except other heavy tanks)
  • Strong armour
  • Strong weapons
  • Very difficult to deter in large numbers

ConsEdit

  • Frequent target to large numbers of basic tanks and anti-armour infantries.
  • Anti-air missiles are too slow to be a threat to fast aircraft.
  • Vulnerable to hit-and-run attacks from faster and longer-ranged units.
  • Slow
  • Expensive

See alsoEdit

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