I particularly enjoyed this “history lesson” from the latest issue of The Regimental Standard. Informative and inspirational!
“… the Tyger is probably named after an animal of Old Earth, in this case, large, nine-legged insectoids from the Yndonesian Bloc, bred as beasts of war.”
As one of my friends and regular opponents likes to say, “Seems legit to me!”
Attention Guardsman! The Imperium, and indeed the Astra Militarum, has a long, grand history, an unbroken line of memory from the distant days of Terra to the modern era.
While the study of history beyond great Imperial battles and the names of Imperial saints can, for simpler minds, raise heretical questions, we here at the Regimental Standard are committed to keeping you informed. Today, we look at the older predecessors of the Leman Russ in the first of our exciting History of the Imperium series.
We’ve enlisted Tech-Priest Kappa-Nu AX77446 to share some of the Adeptus Mechanicus’ valuable insights into the history of tank warfare.
Kappa-Nu AX77446: Greetings, Guardsmen. While many of you will never know the joys of replacing one’s body with an invulnerable augmetic shell, some of you may get to experience the next best thing – serving worshipfully in the belly of one of…
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Thanks for sharing that Ann, it made me smile! Have to make sure all my M4 Shermans have that useless 50-cal removed from the turret roof so the commander has room to swing his sabre!
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Yes, it is heartening to see how much technology and tactics have progress since Ancient Days!