Tank Chats #135 | Marder | The Tank Museum


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Tank Chats #135 | Marder | The Tank Museum



In this latest episode of Tank Chats, Curator David Willey details the German Marder. A post-war Infantry Fighting vehicle.

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  1. It would be great to know in an epoxide how you guys design and build your facilities, the floor slabs alone must be design engineered to sustain a deadweight of a 1,000 tones ?

  2. Although not an entirely different vehicle design, the Marder 1 A4 was used in a slightly different configuration by the Armoured Artillery Bataillons of the Bundeswehr as a Forward Artillery Observer. The Marder was chosen for the role in order to blend in with the front line Grenadiers. A role later taken by the Fennek and GTK Boxer platforms.

  3. >Only the Driver training variant

    I mean Marder Roland SAM exists.

    Just like Flakpanzer Gepard can be considered as "Leopard 1 variant", the Marder Roland is also a variant of the Marder family that actually see service. As a counterpart of the French AMX-30 Roland, This Marder variant was made to replace the obsolete towed Bofors 40mm mount and 140 Marder Roland were made for the Bunsdeswehr which equipped three regiments that were assigned to three separate Bundeswehr Corps.

  4. Argentina wanted to buy a version with a turrent 105mm gun to replace their Sherman tanks in 1980 but the Falklands war and collapse of the Argentian dictatorship saw the order cancelled.

  5. For the love of God you wonderful people, stop giving me a heart attack every time Richard jumps out of the ether with an advert. Start of the video or the end, or at least give us a notice first.