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'''Add-on Armor''' is a modification in-game that allows the player to enable the addition of improvised armor onto their tanks.
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'''Add-on Armor''' is a modification in-game that allows the player to enable the addition of improvised armour onto their tanks.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Tank warfare is a type of battle that can make the equipment involved become obsolete very quickly in terms of protection and firepower. In World War II, this is seen especially in the later half of the war when the [[M4|Shermans]] and [[T-34 (1942)|T-34s]] began being outgunned by better German tanks, and the German [[Pz.IV H|Panzer IV]] also being outgunned by those tanks. In an effort to get more protection onto their tanks, crew often improvise a variety of methods to increased the armor on their tanks. Methods included welding tracks or sheet metals as appliqué armor onto the tanks, placing sand bags on the hull, hanging logs from the sides, placing mesh sheets, or simply just pour concrete on the hull for the thickness. While these protection vary in their ability to stop a penetrating round or warhead, they all increase the overall weight of the tank, often taxing the suspension and steering beyond their normal capabilities. General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during the invasion of France, heard of this effect of improvised armor on the tank's suspension and forbid his units from using the common sandbags as improvised armor to mitigate vehicle breakdowns (he was however a fan of welded metal sheets similar to the [[M4A3E2|M4A3E2 Jumbo]] and had many normal Shermans made into make-shift Jumbos).
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Tank warfare is a type of battle that can make the equipment involved become obsolete very quickly in terms of protection and firepower. In World War II, this is seen especially in the later half of the war when the [[M4|Shermans]] and [[T-34 (1942)|T-34s]] began being outgunned by better German tanks, and the German [[Pz.IV H|Panzer IV]] also being outgunned by those tanks. In an effort to get more protection onto their tanks, crew often improvise a variety of methods to increased the armour on their tanks. Methods included welding tracks or sheet metals as appliqué armour onto the tanks, placing sand bags on the hull, hanging logs from the sides, placing mesh sheets, or simply just pour concrete on the hull for the thickness. While these protection vary in their ability to stop a penetrating round or warhead, they all increase the overall weight of the tank, often taxing the suspension and steering beyond their normal capabilities. General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during the invasion of France, heard of this effect of improvised armour on the tank's suspension and forbid his units from using the common sandbags as improvised armour to mitigate vehicle breakdowns (he was however a fan of welded metal sheets similar to the [[M4A3E2|M4A3E2 Jumbo]] and had many normal Shermans made into make-shift Jumbos).
  
Results vary from the variety of improvised armor used in the war. Some armor, like the concrete, was deemed useless or impractical and were not widely used. Sandbags and logs were mostly seen as ineffective against the tank rounds and HEAT warheads used by infantry anti-tank launchers. Out of the bunch, welded metal was perhaps the most effective improvised armor one can put onto a tank. A study done by the U.S. Army on the improvised armor used by the tankers on their Shermans reveal that while the majority of improvised armor had little effect on armor protection, the best impact of improvised armor was morale, as they at least gave the worried tankers an additional bit of psychological, if not physical, protection for their tanks.
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Results vary from the variety of improvised armour used in the war. Some armour, like the concrete, was deemed useless or impractical and were not widely used. Sandbags and logs were mostly seen as ineffective against the tank rounds and HEAT warheads used by infantry anti-tank launchers. Out of the bunch, welded metal was perhaps the most effective improvised armour one can put onto a tank. A study done by the U.S. Army on the improvised armour used by the tankers on their Shermans reveal that while the majority of improvised armour had little effect on armour protection, the best impact of improvised armour was morale, as they at least gave the worried tankers an additional bit of psychological, if not physical, protection for their tanks.
  
 
==Effect in-game==
 
==Effect in-game==
In the game, the ''Add-on Armor'' modification adds spare track links along the hull and turret of the tank being modified. The track links, when added, give an around 17 - 20 mm of additional armor to where they are attached. As the vehicle ranks increased, the type of armor added increased in complexity from simply "improvised" type additions such as tracks to integral upgrades such as explosive reactive armor.
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In the game, the ''Add-on Armor'' modification adds spare track links along the hull and turret of the tank being modified. The track links, when added, give an around 17 - 20 mm of additional armour to where they are attached. As the vehicle ranks increased, the type of armour added increased in complexity from simply "improvised" type additions such as tracks to integral upgrades such as explosive reactive armour.
  
As of 1.67, the add-on armour now adds mass to the overall vehicle weight, meaning a lower power-to-weight ratio and thus lower mobility.
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Since Update 1.67, the add-on armour now adds mass to the overall vehicle weight, meaning a lower power-to-weight ratio and thus lower mobility.
  
==Tanks able to use modification==
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== Tanks able to use modification ==
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==Images==
 
==Images==
 
===In-game===
 
===In-game===
 
<gallery  mode=packed-hover heights=200px>
 
<gallery  mode=packed-hover heights=200px>
AddonArmor M4A1(76)W.jpg|The [[M4A1 (76) W|M4A1 (76) W Sherman]] with add-on armor on side of the hull and turret.
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AddonArmor M4A1(76)W.jpg|The [[M4A1 (76) W|M4A1 (76) W Sherman]] with add-on armour on side of the hull and turret.
AddonArmor PzIVH.jpg|The [[Pz.IV H|Panzer IV Ausf. H]] with add-on armor on the front of the hull and turret.
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AddonArmor PzIVH.jpg|The [[Pz.IV H|Panzer IV Ausf. H]] with add-on armour on the front of the hull and turret.
AddonArmor PantherD.jpg|The [[Panther D]] with add-on armor on the sides of the turret.
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AddonArmor PantherD.jpg|The [[Panther D]] with add-on armour on the sides of the turret.
AddonArmor T-34-85.jpg|The [[T-34-85]] with add-on armor on the sides of the turret and hull.
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AddonArmor T-34-85.jpg|The [[T-34-85]] with add-on armour on the sides of the turret and hull.
AddonArmor ChurchillMkVII.jpg|A [[Churchill Mk VII]] with add-on armor on front hull, front turret, and turret sides.
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AddonArmor ChurchillMkVII.jpg|A [[Churchill Mk VII]] with add-on armour on front hull, front turret, and turret sides.
 
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===Historic===
 
===Historic===
 
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Sandbagged-Sherman Patton.png|A [[M4A3 (76) W|M4A3E8 Sherman]] sporting sand bag add-on armor.<br/>''Trivia: The man in front is George Patton, who just finished chewing out the crew for using sand bags, which he banned on tanks.''
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Sandbagged-Sherman Patton.png|A [[M4A3 (76) W|M4A3E8 Sherman]] sporting sand bag add-on armour.<br/>''Trivia: The man in front is George Patton, who just finished chewing out the crew for using sand bags, which he banned on tanks.''
 
T3485E_hist.jpg|A [[T-34-85E|T-34-85]] with added mesh screens as protection against HEAT rounds.
 
T3485E_hist.jpg|A [[T-34-85E|T-34-85]] with added mesh screens as protection against HEAT rounds.
 
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[[Category:Modules_and_modifications]]
 
[[Category:Modules_and_modifications]]

Latest revision as of 22:37, 7 April 2021

Add-on Armor is a modification in-game that allows the player to enable the addition of improvised armour onto their tanks.

History

Tank warfare is a type of battle that can make the equipment involved become obsolete very quickly in terms of protection and firepower. In World War II, this is seen especially in the later half of the war when the Shermans and T-34s began being outgunned by better German tanks, and the German Panzer IV also being outgunned by those tanks. In an effort to get more protection onto their tanks, crew often improvise a variety of methods to increased the armour on their tanks. Methods included welding tracks or sheet metals as appliqué armour onto the tanks, placing sand bags on the hull, hanging logs from the sides, placing mesh sheets, or simply just pour concrete on the hull for the thickness. While these protection vary in their ability to stop a penetrating round or warhead, they all increase the overall weight of the tank, often taxing the suspension and steering beyond their normal capabilities. General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during the invasion of France, heard of this effect of improvised armour on the tank's suspension and forbid his units from using the common sandbags as improvised armour to mitigate vehicle breakdowns (he was however a fan of welded metal sheets similar to the M4A3E2 Jumbo and had many normal Shermans made into make-shift Jumbos).

Results vary from the variety of improvised armour used in the war. Some armour, like the concrete, was deemed useless or impractical and were not widely used. Sandbags and logs were mostly seen as ineffective against the tank rounds and HEAT warheads used by infantry anti-tank launchers. Out of the bunch, welded metal was perhaps the most effective improvised armour one can put onto a tank. A study done by the U.S. Army on the improvised armour used by the tankers on their Shermans reveal that while the majority of improvised armour had little effect on armour protection, the best impact of improvised armour was morale, as they at least gave the worried tankers an additional bit of psychological, if not physical, protection for their tanks.

Effect in-game

In the game, the Add-on Armor modification adds spare track links along the hull and turret of the tank being modified. The track links, when added, give an around 17 - 20 mm of additional armour to where they are attached. As the vehicle ranks increased, the type of armour added increased in complexity from simply "improvised" type additions such as tracks to integral upgrades such as explosive reactive armour.

Since Update 1.67, the add-on armour now adds mass to the overall vehicle weight, meaning a lower power-to-weight ratio and thus lower mobility.

Tanks able to use modification

As of 2.5.1.56

Researchable vehicles Premium vehicles
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II Rank
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M10 GMC
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StuH 42 G
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Pz.IV F2
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▀M4 748 (a)
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StuG III G
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T-34 (1941)
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T-34 (1942)
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III Rank
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M4A2
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M4A1 (76) W
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Pz.IV J
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Pz.Bef.Wg.IV J
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Pz.IV H
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Jagdpanzer IV
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Panzer IV/70(A)
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Panzer IV/70(V)
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Panther D
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Achilles
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Sherman Firefly
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Sherman IC "Trzyniec"
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Churchill VII
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␗Т-34-85 (S-53)
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IV Rank
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V Rank
Item own.png
M46
us_m46_patton.png
Item prem.png
Magach 3
us_magach_3.png
Item own.png
Conqueror
uk_conqueror_mk_2.png


VI Rank
Item own.png
XM8
us_xm_8.png
Item own.png
BMP-2
ussr_bmp_2.png
Item own.png
T-62M-1
ussr_t_62m1.png
Item own.png
T-72A
ussr_t_72a.png
Item own.png
T-64B
ussr_t_64_b_1984.png
Item own.png
T-80B
ussr_t_80b.png
Item own.png
Warrior
uk_fv510_isv.png


VII Rank
Item own.png
Challenger 2
uk_challenger_ii.png
Item own.png
Ariete
it_c1_ariete.png
Item own.png
Ariete PSO
it_c1_ariete_pso.png


Msg-info.png The BMP-1, the SPz BMP-1 and the ZBD86 do not appear in the table because the BMP-1P upgrade increasing the weight of the vehicle is not armour-related (installation of an ATGM launcher).

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