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Crew:

  • Commander
  • Radio Operator
  • Driver
  • Gunner
  • Gunner
  • Loader

Advantages:

  • High DPM value, acceptable aim time
  • Good alpha for its tier
  • Decent hull traverse
  • Surprisingly good at ramming
  • Reasonable mobility

Disadvantages:

  • Main gun is hull-mounted; as a result, cannot go hull-down and vulnerable to tracking
  • Non-fuctional turret is a weakspot and hurts its camo rating
  • Armor is sloped but unreliable
  • Mediocre penetration and accuracy
  • Noticeably lower health than other tier IV mediums

Tank description:

The M3 Lee is an American tier 4 medium tank.A WWII-era U.S. medium tank. The vehicle was named after the Confederate General of the U.S. Civil War, R. Lee. Also, widely recognized under its U.K. designation, M3 Grant, named after the General of the federal troops U. Grant. M3 was created in 1940 on the basis of the M2 tank, and saw mass production from June 1941 through December 1942. A total of 6,258 M3 tanks of various modifications were produced.Unfortunately for some players, this tank may be somewhat difficult to play with, particularly if you''re less experienced with Tank Destroyers. The M3 Lee''s gun is not mounted on a turret and as such, it plays similarly to a tank destroyer. However, it is not an effective sniper because its guns are implemented with mediocre accuracy, and its large size requires good camouflage to remain hidden when firing, which, from a single bush, will probably not be available. Additionally, the top turret (historically for a 37mm gun) sticks out of short cover and is usually fired on. Its frontal armor can also be penetrated easily, thereby putting the driver in constant danger of injury and greatly hindering survivability in a fair fight. Also, Jingles hates it.The M3 Lee leads to the M4 Sherman, and the T1 Heavy Tank.

A WWII-era U.S. medium tank. The vehicle was named after the Confederate General of the U.S. Civil War, R. Lee. Also, widely recognized under its U.K. designation, M3 Grant, named after the General of the federal troops U. Grant. M3 was created in 1940 on the basis of the M2 tank, and saw mass production from June 1941 through December 1942. A total of 6,258 M3 tanks of various modifications were produced.