"Armed with a rocket launcher and nerves of steel, this unit specializes in destroying tanks"

General information Edit

Deals 7x damage against tanks, buildings and walls.

Favourite targets are tanks.

Range of 3.

Training time is 5m 30s.

Takes 4 troop space

Hictorically Descriptions Edit

Early prototypes for a tube-fired rocket were developed during WW II by Robert Goddard, who was often considered the father of modern rocketry. The modern form of the weapon was developed at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland just as WW II was heating up. Although technically known as a recoilless rocket anti-tank weapon, it soon acquired the nickname "bazooka" due to its resemblance to a trombone-like musical instrument of the same name. Initially monopolized by Allied powers, the Germans quickly reverse-engineered some captured models, enlarged the war head and deployed a much-improved version dubbed the "Panzerschreck". The smoke trail generated by firing the weapon was a major liability for the infantry using the bazooka in combat and those crews suffered high casualties as a result.

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