The LTP (Light Tank, Prototype) is a British light tank that was developed during the late 1930s as part of a program to modernize the British Armys tank fleet. The tank was developed by Vickers-Armstrongs and was intended to replace the aging Vickers Mark VI and other light tanks in service at the time. The tank has a compact and streamlined design, with a sloping front armor plate and a turret mounted at the rear of the hull. It is lightly armored, with a maximum thickness of 14mm, but is highly maneuverable and fast. The LTP is equipped with a 2-pounder (40mm) gun and a coaxial 7.92mm machine gun. The tanks main armament had limited anti-tank capability, but was effective against infantry and other light vehicles. The tank features basic targeting and fire control systems, including a telescopic sight and a gunners sight. It is operated by a crew of three, including a driver, gunner, and commander. Overall, the LTP was a significant improvement over the tanks it was intended to replace, but its light armor and armament made it vulnerable to enemy fire. The tank never entered mass production, and only a small number of prototypes were built. The lessons learned from the LTP were used to develop more advanced British light tanks, such as the Stuart and Crusader tanks, which saw extensive service during World War II. On our website you can download a drawing of LTP (tank) in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.
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