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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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The M8 Scott is the US self-propelled light support gun, built by the Light Vehicle Yard.
 
The M8 Scott is the US self-propelled light support gun, built by the Light Vehicle Yard.
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== Combat Performance ==
 
== Combat Performance ==
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The lack of a machine-gun for anti-infantry work hampers the Scott's defenses against ground forces at close range. However, it has excellent armor compared to other vehicles - its only major threat from other vehicles is the [[Marder]]. Moreover, the powerful 75mm explosive is able to end groups of infantry and stationary vehicles in short order.
 
The lack of a machine-gun for anti-infantry work hampers the Scott's defenses against ground forces at close range. However, it has excellent armor compared to other vehicles - its only major threat from other vehicles is the [[Marder]]. Moreover, the powerful 75mm explosive is able to end groups of infantry and stationary vehicles in short order.
  
 
==Detailed Unit Info ==
 
==Detailed Unit Info ==

Latest revision as of 13:34, 25 May 2012

Overview

M8scottstill.jpg

The M8 Scott is the US self-propelled light support gun, built by the Light Vehicle Yard.

History

The M5 Stuart serves as the basis for the M8 Scott GMC, which mounts a 75mm pack howitzer in an open-topped turret as an infantry support vehicle. Additionally, like many US vehicles and tanks, it has a .50cal machinegun for light anti-air work.

Combat Performance

M8scottfiringjpg.jpg

The lack of a machine-gun for anti-infantry work hampers the Scott's defenses against ground forces at close range. However, it has excellent armor compared to other vehicles - its only major threat from other vehicles is the Marder. Moreover, the powerful 75mm explosive is able to end groups of infantry and stationary vehicles in short order.

Detailed Unit Info