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?In 1945, a turreted variant of the first T28 was planned. It was planned to mount a big, heavily armored, limited-traversed turret that can only traverse 286° degrees. The planned turret armor ranged from 4 inches (102 millimeters) to 8 inches (203 millimeters). The gun to be mounted was the 105 mm T5E1, the same gun the T28/T95 had mounted, and it can elevate 15° degrees, and depress 10° degrees from the turret. The suspension was changed to use the M4A3's Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension (HVSS) because the Vertical Volute Spring Suspension (VVSS) proved to be obsolete for the tank. The HVSS suspension proved that it distributed weight more widely. Planned hull armor ranged from 2 inches (51 millimeters) to 8 inches (203 millimeters). The tank was planned to use the same engine as the T28/T95 had used, the Ford GAF, a V8 gasoline engine. No prototypes or blueprints were ever produced. This was because during the later stages of [[T95|T28]] development and evaluation were overtaken by that of the [[T29]] and [[T30]] turreted heavy tank design. The T29 mounted the same gun as the T28 in a conventional rotating turret. The T30 was developed with a larger-caliber gun and more powerful engine. Due to this the [[T95|T28]] program was terminated in October 1947.+In 1945, a turreted variant of the first T28 was planned. It was planned to mount a big, heavily armored, limited-traversed turret that can only traverse 286° degrees. The planned turret armor ranged from 4 inches (102 millimeters) to 8 inches (203 millimeters). The gun to be mounted was the 105 mm T5E1, the same gun the T28/T95 had mounted, and it can elevate 15° degrees, and depress 10° degrees from the turret. The suspension was changed to use the M4A3's Horizontal Volute Spring Suspension (HVSS) because the Vertical Volute Spring Suspension (VVSS) proved to be obsolete for the tank's weight. The HVSS suspension proved that it distributed weight more widely. Planned hull armor ranged from 2 inches (51 millimeters) to 8 inches (203 millimeters). The tank was planned to use the same engine as the T28/T95 had used, the Ford GAF, a V8 gasoline engine. No prototypes or blueprints were ever produced. This was because during the later stages of [[T95|T28]] development and evaluation were overtaken by that of the [[T29]] and [[T30]] turreted heavy tank design. The T29 mounted the same gun as the T28 in a conventional rotating turret. The T30 was developed with a larger-caliber gun and more powerful engine. Due to this the [[T95|T28]] program was terminated in October 1947.
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Schiffe der United States Navy (USN) punkten mit guter Panzerung (getreu nach dem Motto Alles oder Nichts), starken Hauptgeschützen und guter Flakbewaffnung (AA).

Eine Besonderheit der Amerikanischen Schiffe ist unter anderem dass es oftmals keine gravierenden Unterschiede zwischen voll ausgebaut und stock.

Amerikanische Schiffstorpedos sind oftmals unterlegen im Vergleich zu deren anderer Nationen,die wahre Stärke der USN Schiffe liegt jedoch bei direkten Feuergefechten, durch die überragenden Hauptgeschütze und der starken Panzerung sind sie den Gegnern oft überlegen.





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