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T-34 (M1942 Late) with unbuttoned commander (CMRT)

T-34 began service in 1940 and became one of the most influental tanks ever. It had a near perfect balance of mobility, armor and firepower. T-34 quickly became the backbone of Soviet army during the Second World War. The tank can be found in the games Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin (CMBB) and Combat Mission: Red Thunder (CMRT).

Technical information[]

  • 76.2mm gun (T-34/76)
  • 85mm gun (T-34/85)
  • Flamethrower (OT-34)
  • Coaxial 7.62mm DT MG
  • Hull mounted 7.62mm DT MG
  • Steel armor
  • 38.8 liter diesel engine
  • Weighs:
    • 30.5 tons (T-34/76 (M1942 Early and Late) & OT-34 (M1942))
    • 32.3 tons (T-34/85 (M1943) & T-34/85 (M1944 Early and Late))

      T-34/85 with tank riders (CMRT)

  • Ammo:
    • 76mm HE (70 rounds)
    • 76mm AP (25 rounds)
    • 76mm CAN (5 rounds)
  • Crew:
    • 4 (commander, loader, driver, assistant driver) (T-34/76 & OT-34)
    • 5 (commander, loader, gunner, driver, assistant driver) (T-34/85)

Variants in the game[]

Base game (CMRT):

  • T-34/76 (M1942 Early)
  • T-34/76 (M1942 Late): Late production Model M1942s had a new commander's cupola. In some sources, this variant is referred to as the T-34/76E
  • T-34/85 (M1943)
  • T-34/85 (M1944 Early): The Model 1944 replaced the Model 1943 in production in early 1944. The new variant replaced the D-5T 85 mm gun with a simpler ZiS-S-53 85 mm gun, moved the radio from the hull to the turret, and an improved gunner's sight was installed.
  • T-34/85 (M1944 Late): The late version of the Model 1944 has a new commander's cupola and a redesigned turret layout.
  • OT-34 (M1942): The OT-34 (M1942) was a T-34 Model 1942 fitted with an ATO-42 internal flamethrower instead of the hull machinegun. The ATO-42 flamethrower had a maximum range of 120 meters and carried more fuel than previous versions.

T-34's advancing on a field (CMBB)


  • Combat Mission Red Thunder manual