From: Stratford, Connecticut
quote:That would have been my real answer. I would rather be in a Sherman as it would be less likely to be hit by an aircraft attack.
ORIGINAL: Joe D.
Fortunately, the Tiger was finally finished-off by rockets from a Thunderbolt, otherwise I wouldn't be posting this
US WW II anti-tank doctrine produced the TD, but later it concluded that to defeat superior enemy armor, build a better tank!
Today, the attack helicopter is the premier anti-armor choice as all tanks are vulnerable from above.
Stratford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
"The Angel of Okinawa"
Home of the Chance-Vought Corsair, F4U
The best fighter-bomber of World War II