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The '''M3 Half-track''' is a US made Armoured Personel Carrier(APC) for transporting troops on the battlefield. It appears in [[Battlefield 1942]] and both of its expansion packs. Its counterparts are the German [[Hanomag]] and Japanese [[Ho-Ha]]. It is seen in use by the US army, Red army and British army. It has a Browning machinegun on top and infinite ammo and medic inside, making it useful as a mobile supply spot.
 
The '''M3 Half-track''' is a US made Armoured Personel Carrier(APC) for transporting troops on the battlefield. It appears in [[Battlefield 1942]] and both of its expansion packs. Its counterparts are the German [[Hanomag]] and Japanese [[Ho-Ha]]. It is seen in use by the US army, Red army and British army. It has a Browning machinegun on top and infinite ammo and medic inside, making it useful as a mobile supply spot.
   
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[[File:Apcrtr.jpg|thumb|right|200px|M3 from Road to Rome expansion pack]]
 
[[File:Apcrtr.jpg|thumb|right|200px|M3 from Road to Rome expansion pack]]
 
In the Battlefield expansion pack, ''The Road to Rome'', the M3 is slightly upgraded:
 
In the Battlefield expansion pack, ''The Road to Rome'', the M3 is slightly upgraded:

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The M3 Half-track is a US made Armoured Personel Carrier(APC) for transporting troops on the battlefield. It appears in Battlefield 1942 and both of its expansion packs. Its counterparts are the German Hanomag and Japanese Ho-Ha. It is seen in use by the US army, Red army and British army. It has a Browning machinegun on top and infinite ammo and medic inside, making it useful as a mobile supply spot.

Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome

Apcrtr

M3 from Road to Rome expansion pack

In the Battlefield expansion pack, The Road to Rome, the M3 is slightly upgraded:

  • cannon on top with the power of Sherman shell
  • machinegun on the back to provide protection for the cannon user/driver
  • driver has the ability to use the cannon and look in different directions unlike in the basic M3
  • capacity reduced to 3 persons

Trivia

  • The M3 Half-track was one of the least used vehicles in Battlefield 1942 because of instability. When driving over even the smallest bumps made your M3 fall to the side or even turn 360°.
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