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HAT-4 Hermes . The HAT-4 Hermes entered service in 2073 first used by the Tongorian armored forces. It's capable of hovering, anti-tank mines aren't a problem anymore just like mud. . First a 360 view. 4 guided missiles are integrated into the hull of the tank between the air-intakes of the main engine. They can be easily reloaded. One of the 4 engines. They can turn into any directions, thanks to that this tank has a really good maneuverability. The engine hides behind the sloped side covered with reactive armor. The turret features a 160mm main gun, a 20mm MG on a weapon station, an active-protection system and 4 drones. It has a crew of three: a driver, a gunner and a commander. Weapon station is scanning the area around the tank for any hostiles. The 4 drones can give the tank an aerial view, they can see tanks hiding behind walls and warn the crew of the Hermes. The main engine’s outtake is shown here. It has got 6 stabilizer thrusters under the hull. Hermes in super-cruise mode, engines tilted backward and full throttle.


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