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Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch ICS
(also known as Tetrarch ICS)


Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch ICS

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Armour Details


 Front 14mm@10(14.0mm)
 Side  14mm@10(14.0mm)
 Rear  14mm@10(14.0mm)
 Top  4mm@90(4.0mm)


 Front 14mm@45(20.0mm)
 Side  10mm@0(10.0mm)
 Rear  10mm@0(10.0mm)
 Top  5mm@90(5.0mm)


 Front 14mm@30(16.0mm)
 Side  10mm@0(10.0mm)
 Rear  10mm@0(10.0mm)
 Top  5mm@90(5.0mm)
Gun Mantlet n/a

Armour (x)mm @ (y) (Effective mm @ 0)

Effective Armour - Maximum 20 (mm) - Minimum 4 (mm)


Manufacture Dates 1940 - Unknown
Quantity Produced -
Weight  7.5 (tonnes)
Crew 3
M.G's small 1
M.G's Large -
Length 4.15 (mtr)
Width 2.34 (mtr)
Height 2.12 (mtr)

Engine Details/Performance

Road Speed 30 (mph)
Cross Country Speed 28 (mph)
Range Road 140 (miles)
Range Cross Country - (miles)
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Capacity -
Horse Power 120
Power/Weight 16 (HP/tonne)

General Information

The Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch ICSalso known as Tetrarch ICS was a light tank used by the british between 1940 and 1945.

The vehicle was manned by a crew of 3 and was 2.34 metres wide, 4.15 metres long, 2.12 metres high and weighed 7.5 tonnes.

Powered by a 120hp petrol engine the Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch ICS was capable of a road speed of 30mph and a cross country speed of 28mph. The Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch ICS had a road range of 140 miles

Based on the light tank chassis, the vehicle was armed with 1 light machine gun, a Ordnance Q.F. 3inch Howitzer with a muzzle velocity of 650m/sec which was capable of penetrating 85mm of armour at 800metres
Primary Armament
Ordnance Q.F. 3inch Howitzer
 Calibre 76 mm
 Muzzle Velocity 650 m/sec
 Shell Weight 7.65 Kg
 Ammunition30 rounds carried
Range(metres) 100 200 400 800 1200 1600 2000 2400
Penetration(mm) 94 92 90 85 80 75 70 65
Flight Time(secs) 0.15 0.31 0.63 1.32 2.05 2.83 3.66 4.56
Hit Probability % 98 98 98 90 64 34 22 18
Penetration is mm through vertical plate - calculated
Probability is % chance of hit on a 2 x 2.4mtr static plate

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