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American Light Tank, Tier 3












Upgrades from-M2 Light M3 Stuart Upgrades into-M5 Stuart

The M3 Stuart is an American tier 3 light tank. The best-known light tank of World War II, with a total of 13,859 vehicles manufactured from 1941 through September 1943. The M3 Stuart was used in all theaters of war. The tank has reasonable armor for its tier, and the upgraded 37mm gun is fast and accurate. However, when placed in higher-tier battles, it will face better armed and armored opposition. Speed and stealth are the keys to survival for light tanks; the M3 excels in both. Upgrade your suspension and engine and keep your movements unpredictable as you exploit the enemy's flanks, or race to a good hiding spot and help out your artillery and snipers by spotting the enemy as they advance. Avoid long drawn-out, stand-still shooting matches; the 37mm has a very high rate of fire so you can afford a few misses while shooting on the move. The M3 Stuart leads to the T82 and the M5 Stuart.

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