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Army began issuing small radios at platoon level starting in 1941. However, it was not until the fighting in France in 1944 that the issue of tank-infantry communication at the platoon or company level arose. S. Army pioneered this tactic by equipping some tanks in each company with a SCR-300 radio and, starting in September 1944, with a dedicated tank-infantry radio, the VRC-3. These radios could communicate between the tank formation and the associated infantry company’s SCR-300 radio. S. 23 However, tank-infantry radio communication was at a very immature stage of development at the end of World War II.

Army was high-explosive; the remainder was smoke and armor-piercing. Less than 20 percent of the targets were other tanks or armored vehicles. 3 percent) were fired against tanks and other armored targets from 1 December 1943 to 31 May 1944. S. S. tanks during the war. The target set varied by theater, with tank-versus-tank fighting more common in North Africa and least common in the Pacific; correspondingly, non-tank targets were more common in the Pacific. Most armies in World War II eventually discovered that the ideal tank gun was a dual-purpose weapon able to fire both a lethal antitank projectile and a high-explosive round with a large content of high-explosive.

Army in 1944–45. Germany called their type of extended track Ostketten (“eastern track”) since they were intended for use on the Russian Front. Command and Control Most armies had tactical doctrines that expected tanks to operate in formations no smaller than a platoon in size, roughly four to five tanks. Unlike infantry that can rely on voice communications for small formations, tanks require some other means to coordinate their battlefield actions. In World War I, this usually involved some form of visual signaling, sometimes a semaphore or arm signals but most often some form of flags.

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