Richard "The Challenger" Cutland | Top 5 Tanks | The Tank Museum

Richard "The Challenger" Cutland | Top 5 Tanks | The Tank Museum

Richard “The Challenger” Cutland, Head of Military Relations Europe at Wargaming, came to The Tank Museum to choose his Top 5 Tanks.

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  1. I have always loved it when someone has selected a tank as one of the best tanks of all time, and then describes the hole long list of what was terrible with that specific tank.
    If anything, it would just make sense vice versa.

  2. Great to hear you talking about these!
    The tip about keeping your thumbs outside of the wheels brings back memories of learning to drive tractor on blown field when I was ten or something – it also could hit pretty hard if you weren't careful, and I remember the lesson still 🙂

  3. A brilliant presentation and some very good choices of vehicles. Particularly agree with the choice of FSC in UN colours. Good vehicle and fun!

    Thank you.

  4. A great review and selection. It has always been my perspective that the modern MBT today are so closely related to each other that the crews are the real keys to victory. At this point though, conflict with MBT becomes little more than a tragedy as every loss means the loss of great soldiers. I support maintaining these beasts, I pray they never face-off.

  5. You should've given us at least the basic specs of the vehicles.
    Ok, so he liked the armored car, but I still have no idea what that is.
    Text overlay would have fixed that.

  6. All commentators in this series are really good in different ways, but there is something special to be said for the voice of actual experience. ('The 'Chieftan', brings this too…) Excellent! xx SF

  7. When are we going to get a Russian or (former) East German to come in and do their top 5? If you call yourselves "The Tank Museum", as opposed to "The Western Tank Museum", you really need to try to find some Russian (or Chinese) equivalent of Nick Moran or Richard Cutland to balance out your highly biased list of guest speakers.

  8. This should be renamed the best british tanks i guess. It’s amazing how brits are still so amazed about themselves that they have to think they are the best at everything, which they obviously aren’t.
    The Mark IV choice is particularly ridiculous.
    This video is just useless and gives one man feelings. Would have expected more from à supposed experts.

  9. Can relate to the Ferret was in the Australian Reserves and had Ferrets when first joined along with Saracens. Over about 2 years they were replaced with Mii3A1s.