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The '''Mark V Landship''', simply called the '''Landship''', is a heavy tank featured in ''[[Battlefield 1]]''. The vehicle can seat a crew of up to 5 (1 driver, 2–4 gunners) depending on the chosen loadout of the Driver. Two passengers each occupy their own sponsons, containing the [[57mm Cannon|6-pounder 57mm gun]]. They can fire either high explosive or anti-tank rounds depending on variant. Secondary [[canister shell]] ammunition is also available. It features three Vehicle Packages: [[Mortar Package]], [[Tank Hunter Tank Package]], [[Squad Support Package]].
 
The '''Mark V Landship''', simply called the '''Landship''', is a heavy tank featured in ''[[Battlefield 1]]''. The vehicle can seat a crew of up to 5 (1 driver, 2–4 gunners) depending on the chosen loadout of the Driver. Two passengers each occupy their own sponsons, containing the [[57mm Cannon|6-pounder 57mm gun]]. They can fire either high explosive or anti-tank rounds depending on variant. Secondary [[canister shell]] ammunition is also available. It features three Vehicle Packages: [[Mortar Package]], [[Tank Hunter Tank Package]], [[Squad Support Package]].
   
The Mark V can effectively engage more than one armored target, with the driver watching the fore and aft of the tank with the gunners covering the right and left flanks of the vehicle. A well-coordinated crew can concentrate fire on a target directly ahead of them.
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The Mark V can effectively engage more than one armored target, with the driver watching the fore and aft of the tank with the gunners covering the right and left flanks of the vehicle. A well-coordinated crew can can concentrate fire on a target directly ahead of them.
   
 
Players may enter the tank either from the side, through one of the sponson doors, or from the rear, climbing on top of the vehicle and into the top hatch.
 
Players may enter the tank either from the side, through one of the sponson doors, or from the rear, climbing on top of the vehicle and into the top hatch.
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