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Top 10 Unstoppable Tanks in India

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Top 10 Unstoppable Tanks in India

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No.1 Vickers MK-VI

The Tank, Light, Mk VI was the sixth in light tanks built by Vickers-Armstrongs for the British Army during the interwar period. The company had achieved standardization with their previous five models, and the Mark VI was identical in all but a few respects. Production of the Mk VI began in 1936 and ended in 1940 with 1,682 Mark VI tanks having been built. Many of those produced were actually variants designed to solve problems found with the original design.

  • Year of Production:- 1936
  • Crew:- 3
  • Weight in Tons:- 5
  • No. of Variants:- 6
  • Operated by:- India, UK
  • Max. Speed:- 52
  • Max. Range:- 201

No.2 M3 Stuart

The M3 Stuart, officially Light Tank, M3, was an American light tank of World War II. An improved version entered service as M5. It was supplied to British and other Commonwealth forces under lend-lease before the entry of the U.S. into the war. Thereafter, it was used by U.S. and Allied forces until the end of the war.

  • Year of Production:- 1941
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 14
  • No. of Variants:- 9
  • Operated by:- 31 countries
  • Max. Speed:- 58
  • Max. Range:- 113

No.3 M5 Stuart

The M3 Stuart, officially Light Tank, M3, was an American light tank of World War II. An improved version entered service as M5. It was supplied to British and other Commonwealth forces under lend-lease before the entry of the U.S. into the war. Thereafter, it was used by U.S. and Allied forces until the end of the war.

  • Year of Production:- 1942
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 17
  • No. of Variants:- 18
  • Operated by:- India, Brazil, USA, and the UK
  • Max. Speed:- 58
  • Max. Range:- 160

No.4 M4 Sherman

The M4 Sherman, officially Medium Tank, M4, was the most widely used medium tank by the United States and Western Allies. The M4 Sherman proved to be reliable, relatively cheap to produce, and available in great numbers. It was also the basis of several successful tank destroyers, such as the M10, 17pdr SP Achilles, and M36B1. Tens of thousands were distributed through the Lend-Lease program to the British Commonwealth and the Soviet Union.

  • Year of Production:- 1942
  • Crew:- 5
  • Weight in Tons:- 31
  • No. of Variants:- 98
  • Operated by:- 53 countries
  • Max. Speed:- 39
  • Max. Range:- 193

No.5 Centurion A41

The Centurion was the primary British Army main battle tank of the post-World War II period. Introduced in 1945, it is widely considered to be one of the most successful post-war tank designs, remaining in production into the 1960s and seeing combat in the front lines into the 1980s. The chassis was also adapted for several other roles, and these have remained in service to this day.

  • Year of Production:- 1945
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 62
  • No. of Variants:- 100
  • Operated by:- Denmark, India, Canada
  • Max. Speed:- 39
  • Max. Range:- 190

No.6 T-54 MBT

The T-54 and T-55 tanks are a series of Soviet main battle tanks introduced in the Second World War. The first T-54 prototype was completed at Nizhny Tagil by the end of 1945. Initial production ramp-up settled for 1947 at Nizhny Tagil, and 1948 for Kharkiv were halted and curtailed as many problems were uncovered; the T-34-85 still accounted for 88 percent of production through the 1950s.

  • Year of Production:- 1949
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 40
  • No. of Variants:- 22
  • Operated by:- 43 countries
  • Max. Speed:- 48
  • Max. Range:- 400

No.7 Amx-13

The AMX-13 is a French light tank produced from 1952 to 1987. It served with the French Army as the Char 13t-75 Modele 51 and was exported to more than 26 other nations. Named after its initial weight of 13 tons and featuring a tough and reliable chassis, it was fitted with an oscillating turret built by GIAT Industries (now Nexter) with revolver-type magazines, which were also used Austrian SK-105 Kürassier.

  • Year of Production:- 1952
  • Crew:- 3
  • Weight in Tons:- 17
  • No. of Variants:- 19
  • Operated by:-  India. Israel and Kuwait
  • Max. Speed:- 60
  • Max. Range:- 375

No.8 PT-76

The PT-76 is a Soviet amphibious light tank introduced in the early 1950s and soon became the standard reconnaissance tank of the Soviet Army and the other Warsaw Pact armed forces. It was widely exported to other friendly states, like India, Iraq, Syria, North Korea, and North Vietnam.

  • Year of Production:- 1952
  • Crew:- 3
  • Weight in Tons:- 16
  • No. of Variants:- 4
  • Operated by:- India, Cuba, and Indonesia.
  • Max. Speed:- 44
  • Max. Range:- 370

No.9 T-55 MBT

The T-54 and T-55 tanks are a series of Soviet main battle tanks introduced in the Second World War. The first T-54 prototype was completed at Nizhny Tagil by the end of 1945. Initial production ramp-up settled for 1947 at Nizhny Tagil, and 1948 for Kharkiv were halted and curtailed as many problems were uncovered; the T-34-85 still accounted for 88 percent of production through the 1950s.

  • Year of Production:- 1948
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 45
  • No. of Variants:- 20
  • Operated by:- 61 countries
  • Max. Speed:- 50
  • Max. Range:- 500

No.10 Vickers MBT (Top 10 Unstoppable Tanks in India)

The Vickers MBT is a series of main battle tanks (MBTs) developed as a private venture by British company Vickers-Armstrongs for export. The design uses proven components, such as the L7 gun of the Centurion, the Leyland L60 multi-fuel engine, the transmission and fire control system of the Chieftain. India also built many tanks under license as the Vijayanta.

  • Year of Production:- 1965
  • Crew:- 4
  • Weight in Tons:- 43
  • No. of Variants:- 8
  • Operated by:- India, Kenya, and Kuwait
  • Max. Speed:- 50
  • Max. Range:- 490

FAQ (Top 10 Unstoppable Tanks in India)

1. How many main battle tanks India have?

India has 100 main battle tanks.

2. What is the best main battle tank?

M3 Stuart is the best main battle tank.

3. Which is the no. 1 tank in India?

Vickers MK-V is the no. 1 tank in India.

4. Which main battle tank has maximum range?

T-55 tanks have a maximum range.

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