very dangerous to go close to a vehicle that's burning and exploding
True. However, it's not clear in the screenshot because of the path marking, but the tank is not burning.
Most "destroyed" vehicles are not actually destroyed outright, merely damaged enough (maybe a panicked or injured crew or just a broken track) to put them out of action until they can be recovered and repaired. Up to 90% can be repaired and back in service in three days. In 2006, only three of the about thirty Israeli tanks "destroyed"in action actually destroyed and irreparable, the remainder were recovered, repaired and put back in service
Even if it's burning, if my platoon commander orders me to "Push that *kin tank out of the *kin way and clear the *kin road", I'll say "yes sir", button up and shove it out of the way. If it blows, likely the worst than can happen is its turret lands on my tank and bends something, but the platoon, company and battalion can proceed.
Was thinking about it recently.
Dimensions of vehicles, weight of vehicles, size of streets, etc.
Like some vehicles should block streets, depending on directions.
Then, for example, what if the moving unit is a M113 or the wreck is M1 Abrams?
What if one vehicle gets destroyed and another gets destroyed in the same cell?
People shouldn't ask themselves why schools get shoot up.
They should ask themselves why people who finish schools burned out due to mobbing aren't receiving high enough compensations to not seek vengeance.