Armed and armored vehicle mounted on track shoes.
Small opening on the turret that the crew uses to enter and leave the tank.
Chain of articulated track runners between the wheels and the ground; it allows the tank to move over uneven terrain.
Metal plate covering the armor for greater protection.
Metal covering used to protect against dangers such as light projectiles, shell bursts and radiation.
Pivoting armored enclosure that houses the tank’s weaponry and aiming devices.
Piece of artillery used to fire shells (projectiles).
Lamp on the front of the vehicle to light up the space in front.
Optical device used to target an object separated from the observer by an obstacle.
smoke bomb discharger
Launching device used to shroud the tank in artificial smoke to conceal a change in its firing position.
Automatic weapon that fires in bursts.
Optical device with mirrors used by the gunner to survey the ground ahead from inside the tank.
Device that emits and receives radio waves.
One of a series of articulated pieces that forms the track shoe.
Motor wheel with teeth that drives the track shoe.
Device converting the combustion of fuel and air into mechanical energy.
One of the circular devices that support the tank and stretch and align the track shoe.
Armored reservoir for the fuel powering the vehicle.
Seat occupied by the tank driver.
Compartments used to store projectiles.
Position occupied by the tank commander, who directs combat operations.