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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Vultee XP-81 T29 (Heavy Tank T29) The Vultee XP-81 is a plane that was in the war. It was needed for the war for air power. Only one person could be in it. It was the second production of the Vultee planes, and this plane was made in America 1945 and used during the war, 1945. This plane was used in Europe.This plane can go 506 miles and the range is 2,500 miles. This uses General Electric XT-31-GE-1 for generating horsepower and the General Electric J33-GE-5 for the jet thrust. This jet would for a fighter because there's a weapon on it called 6 x 12.7mm machine gun and it was a one person ride, and this was use for bombing too. The T29 was the best tank in the war. It was made in 1944 and used during the war in 1944. This tank was the 6th production of the heavy tanks and this tank was used during the war. This tank can go for 20 miles. The guns that was used in the tank was called 1 x 105mm T5E2 main gun,two 1 x 0.50 caliber Browning M2HB heavy machine gun in coaxial mounting, 1 x 0.50 caliber Browning M2HB anti-aircraft heavy machine gun at flexible mounting on turret roof, and 1 x 0.30 caliber Browning M1919A4 general purpose machine gun in bow mount position. The kind of ammunition the tank uses is call 63 x 105mm projectiles, 2,420 x 12.7mm ammunition, and 2,500 x 7.62mm ammunition. This tank was a straightforward tank because the amount of defense that the tank can handle. This tank is used for Europe because it was for clear and no trees blocking the area as like the Pacific. This tank is helpful because amount the defense it had and amount of weapons it had around the tank. WarFron t The Battle Weapons/Technolo gy The Major European Battles were called, "Battle of Normandy," and, "The Battle of the Bulge." The Battle of NormandyIs a battle to get Germans or Nazis out of France. The beginning of the battle, it was called D-Day. There was about156,000 troops of Americans, British, and Canadians forces. This battle was in Normandy, France. Before the battlestarted, the Allies had to think about the Germans invasion target. Later of June 5th, 1944, more troops came aslike 5,000 ships and landing craft carrying troops and supplies, and there was about 11,000 aircraft weresupporting the invasion The morning of June 6th, thousands of paratroopers and gliders troops were supporting the enemy lines. Theinvasion started at 6:30 a.m. The British and Canadians overcame with capturing beaches, and while the Americanswere at Utah Beach. End of the day, approximately 156,000 Allied troops successfully stormed Normandy's beaches.There was about 4,000 lives lost, and thousands were wounded during the D-Day battle. On June 11th, the beachesfully secured and over 326,000 troops, more than 50,000 vehicles and some 100,000 tons of equipment had landed atNormandy. By the end of June, Allies had increased the size of troops by 850,000, in vehicles, 150,000 in Normandy,and they continued marching around France. By the end of August 1944, Allies reached to Seine River. The Allied forcewas prepared to enter Germany, where they would meet up with Soviet troops moving into the east. The Normandybattle began to tide against the Germans. European Battle Pacific Battle
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