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 American [[Self-Propelled Guns|self propelled guns]] have good speed, but low acceleration. Their accuracy and firepower land somewhere between the Soviet and German artillery. They have some of the largest horizontal gun arcs, most noticeable in the M37, which allows them to cover large parts of the battlefield without moving the hull. This advantage is usually balanced off with a relative long aim time. They are generally considered to be excellent vehicles. At T9-10, the American artillery comes into their own, boasting extremely powerful 203 and 240mm guns with very large splash radius. However, their reload time approaches 30-45 seconds, their dispersion during traversing is very bad, their aim time is very long, and their accuracy can be as bad as .92. They traverse their hulls quite quickly and have decent acceleration and top speed for something with such a massive gun. American [[Self-Propelled Guns|self propelled guns]] have good speed, but low acceleration. Their accuracy and firepower land somewhere between the Soviet and German artillery. They have some of the largest horizontal gun arcs, most noticeable in the M37, which allows them to cover large parts of the battlefield without moving the hull. This advantage is usually balanced off with a relative long aim time. They are generally considered to be excellent vehicles. At T9-10, the American artillery comes into their own, boasting extremely powerful 203 and 240mm guns with very large splash radius. However, their reload time approaches 30-45 seconds, their dispersion during traversing is very bad, their aim time is very long, and their accuracy can be as bad as .92. They traverse their hulls quite quickly and have decent acceleration and top speed for something with such a massive gun.
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Overall, tanks from the United States of America have good maneuverability, soft stats, firepower, accuracy, and the best rate of fire. Often they have the highest damage per minute and they are exceptionally versatile. Their downside is the lack of sufficient side and rear hull armor and they are prone to crew loss.


American light tanks pack a bit more of a punch than their counterparts, but they do lack a bit in speed.

American medium tanks are perfect for variable strategies as they are able to both move quickly and deliver the firepower when needed. Their decent accuracy on the move and gun depression make them rather comfortable to play. They excel in dog-fighting.In addition, although not as strong as American heavy tanks, American mediums generally still possess sturdy turret armor.Plus, American mediums boast above average view range, with tanks such as the M26 Pershing having the best view range of their tiers.

American heavy tanks have rather strong frontal hulls, but very weak side and rear armor, with nearly-impenetrable front turret armor. They have excellent gun depression and are ideal for hull-down tactics.

American tank destroyers have varied playing styles. The line starts out with a typical tank destroyer playing style with a great choice of guns, then leads to two tank destroyer lines; one with turrets and one mostly without turrets. Higher tier tank destroyers on the non-turreted line tend to be very well armed and armored, but they are extremely slow, so tread carefully. On the other hand, higher tier turreted tank destroyers tend to be very well armed but poorly armored, with the exception of the T28 Prototype and T110E4. They are much more mobile compared to the non-turreted line. For these tank destroyers, acting as support is advised.

American self propelled guns have good speed, but low acceleration. Their accuracy and firepower land somewhere between the Soviet and German artillery. They have some of the largest horizontal gun arcs, most noticeable in the M37, which allows them to cover large parts of the battlefield without moving the hull. This advantage is usually balanced off with a relative long aim time. They are generally considered to be excellent vehicles. At T9-10, the American artillery comes into their own, boasting extremely powerful 203 and 240mm guns with very large splash radius. However, their reload time approaches 30-45 seconds, their dispersion during traversing is very bad, their aim time is very long, and their accuracy can be as bad as .92. They traverse their hulls quite quickly and have decent acceleration and top speed for something with such a massive gun.


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