Don't Be Fooled By Her Appearance, It may looks like an 'M10 Wolverine', But it's Actually a Panther in disguise.
Over centuries of war, elaborate disguises have been used many times to hide a combatant’s true force or intention. This spans from the famous Trojan Horse of the Trojan Wars to the fake spying trees of the First World War.
In World War Two, the German Wehrmacht employed such tactics in quite an elaborate fashion. In winter 1944, the Battle of the Bulge was in full swing. As part of a special operation, codenamed 'Greif', the Germans employed an even more elaborate deception. This involved taking multiple Panzerkampfwagen V Panthers and disguising them as the American M10 ‘Wolverine’ Tank Destroyer.
If This weapon Used During Ww2, Germany will be accused for commiting a war crime, since 'Fooling and deceiving the enemy in the battlefield during war is against the rules of warfare' is a thing, i wonder how the allies get away with Their 'Operation Fortitude'
-A,W,S,D for Driving
-Trim For Gun Elevation
-VTOL for Turret Rotation
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 22.1ft (6.7m)
- Length 55.8ft (17.0m)
- Height 18.0ft (5.5m)
- Empty Weight 26,461lbs (12,002kg)
- Loaded Weight 53,363lbs (24,205kg)
- Wing Loading 927.8lbs/ft2 (4,530.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 57.5ft2 (5.3m2)
- Drag Points 23933
- Number of Parts 554
- Control Surfaces 0