- Radio Operator
- Good choice of guns with the fast firing 76mm AT M1A2 or the powerful 105 mm AT M4 howitzer.
- Good top speed and decent acceleration
- Excellent gun depression and decent mantlet armor make it effective at hulldown positions
- 370m view range is more than many tier 5 tank destroyers
- Slow with virtually no armor, somewhat inferior to T67
- Large silhouette
- Open top turret makes it prone to crew and module damage from HE shells
- Low AP penetration for a TD with worst alpha output (76mm gun) along with low ammo capacity.
- Terrible terrain resistance
The M10 Wolverine is an American tier 5 turreted tank destroyer.The most widely produced American tank destroyer, with a total of 6,706 vehicles manufactured from September 1942 through January 1944. More than a third of all Wolverines were supplied to the Allied nations under Lend-Lease.In contrast to the T67 on the other US TD branch, the M10 gives up some speed and camo for better accuracy, better shell velocity on 76mm guns, wider gun selection and armor. While most of the tanks on this TD line do not have turrets, the M10 as well as the M36 Jackson after it do get this nice advantage even though the turret does not turn very fast. The tank''s size is too great to remain camouflaged well, although the rotating turret allows you to keep the hull still so that Camouflage Nets and Binocular Telescopes don''t reset. It also makes engaging targets on a wider front more practical, since the whole hull of the vehicle does not need to be slewed to engage new targets. Always remember that despite the turret, this TD cannot be played as a medium tank as it is wholly inadequate for that role.The M10 Wolverine leads to the M18 Hellcat, and the M36 Jackson.
The most widely produced American tank destroyer, with a total of 6,706 vehicles manufactured from September 1942 through January 1944. More than a third of all Wolverines were supplied to the Allied nations under Lend-Lease.