TS-60 (🇺🇸USA, Tier-9, TD, promotional)
• Cost of 1 (AP) projectile: from 1,060 to 1,030
• Cost of 2 (HEAT) projectile: from 4,800 to 5,200
• Cost of 3 (HE) projectile: from 900 to 800
In the early 1950s, the American military started working on a series of promising armored vehicle projects. Tank destroyer development stopped in 1946; among the projects of the ’50s, however, were vehicles that looked like standard assault SPGs created to destroy tanks. The TS-60 was one such project. The vehicle had an unusual configuration: The engine compartment was in the middle of the hull, and the turret was placed at the rear. By the late 1950s, missile armaments took priority, which led to the cancellation of such projects.
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