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HATT Battle Tank
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The Heavy Artillery Troop Transport (HATT) Battle Tank was originally designed to deliver troops to the front lines via the shortest route possible, using its 120 mm cannon to blast through buildings and enemy forces. However, as enemy weaponry grows more potent, the HAAT's thick armor plating is no longer enough to protect the soldiers inside, and so it's job has seen a massive takeover by the Light Attack Helicopter Transport (LAHT). The HATT is still used as the main battle frame of large groups of soldiers in the case that things ever get out of hand, and it has been known to be used as a means of clearing a landing area for LAHTs. Please note that this MOC makes reference to the Light Attack Helicopter Transport (LAHT) which can be viewed <a href=http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/62339> here </a>
About this creation
The HAAT Battle Tank took me about a week to make. I spent 2 days on the body, but focused 3 days on the head, trying and re-trying to get just the right look. I spent only a few hours on the tread design.

The HAAT Battle Tank has four hatches. Two at the top of the "head" of the tank, one on the top of the body of the tank, and on in the front of the tank.

Please note that this MOC makes reference to the Light Attack Helicopter Transport (LAHT) which can be viewed here

An arial view of the HATT.










A view of the back, you definitely want to be on this side of the HATT











A view of the "head" of the the HATT (pun not intended). This was supposed to show the gunner but somehow his head got chopped off, my bad, little gunner dude, my bad.


















And here is one with the gunner inside the "head."











Here I offer a view of the treads. The large grey circles do not help move the treads, they are merely there to give the treads something slick to slide on and to hold them up. The only thing keeping the treads in place are the two technic pieces on the sides.










And a view from the side. Nothing special here, just thought you might like to see it from the side...









A view of the top of the "head" with both hatches closed.










And one with the large hatch open, here you can see the driver as well as the gunner when he is not standing up.











An arial view of the HATT with the roof taken off. The large red object in the back is the turntable for the head.










A zoomed in arial, here you can see the box-o'-weapons stored inside.











And angled view of the tank with roof taken off to give you a better idea of the internals of the tank.







The following three images are just different angles showing the different hatches on the tank.










Peek-a-boo!
























A view of the undercarriage of the tank. Sorry for the glare, I took this using a glass table.






PLEASE LEAVE REVIEWS! Let me know what you think. I love getting suggestions and advice for my building technique. ALSO, BEFORE REVIEWING/RATING, PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION OF THE MOC! I have had an uncountable number of comments that ask questions that are thoroughly explained in the text of the MOC.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 20, 2010
Wow, this is GREAT!
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  July 5, 2009
Nice tank! 5/5 P.S. Why are all you people bugging him to comment your stuff? If you did a good job, you shouldn't need to beg...
  May 27, 2009
Can you check out my Millennium Falcon???
  May 24, 2009
Can you please check out my Clone Janitor???
  May 16, 2009
Check out my AT-RT.
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  May 3, 2009
Can you please check out my 8th Millennium Falcon construction journal???
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  May 3, 2009
Evan, Can you check out my Venator?
  April 1, 2009
I'm back and I've posted another Millenium Falcon. Check it out.
Evan Ehrenberg
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  March 15, 2009
Evan, there’s a important matter in the briefing that needs you opinion.
Evan Ehrenberg
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  March 14, 2009
Can you check out my newest Moc itís called, "Brothers in Arms" part nine: Escaping "The Invisible Hand" {part one of three}
  March 14, 2009
Hey man, haven't heardfrom ya in a while! Great moc, I love the tank and everything about it! Can you check out my new moc when you have time?
 I like it 
  March 14, 2009
nicely done. although i am kinda weird the one guy in the tank looks like saddam hussein. Will you please join the starfighter gathering? Please?
Evan Ehrenberg
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  March 2, 2009
Can you check out my newest Moc it's called, E.C.A. tag #5
Evan Ehrenberg
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  February 18, 2009
Nice to see you making new Mocs Evan! I really like the detail and the colors are awesome but the shape is a little off but it's still a really cool Moc. Any way well done! Also can you check out my newest Moc. It's called Vehicle profile: "The Avenger.Ē
 
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