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Throughout the entire war, the majority of 88 mm guns were used in their original anti-aircraft role.
The 88 performed well in its original role of an anti-aircraft gun, but it proved to be a superb anti-tank gun as well.
During the North African campaign, Rommel made the most effective use of the weapon, as he lured tanks of the British 8th Army into traps by baiting them with apparently retreating German panzers. One example of this tactic was the battle of Faid, where Rommel hid and camouflaged many Flak 88s in cactus filled areas, inexperienced U.S tankers and commanders rushed into a valley at Faid only to be completely obliterated, losses were most, if not all U.S tanks to zero Flak 88s. When the enemy tanks pursued, concealed 88s picked them off at ranges far beyond those of their 2-pdr and 6-pdr guns. A mere two flak battalions destroyed 264 tanks throughout 1941.
This model is able to traverse and elevate.
All parts are clearly labeled.
Gun is animated with the proper timing on shot and recoil.
Textures are 4096 x 4096