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Crew:

  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Driver
  • Gunner (Loader)

Advantages:

  • Good combination of high hitpoints for this tier, hp/ton ratio and a generous top speed.
  • Good penetration for its tier with cheap APCR ammo.
  • Good accuracy on the move, aim time, turret traverse speed and elevation arc and view range
  • Camo values nullify over a fifth of the enemy''s view range and even when seen, the Locust''s small size makes it hard to hit
  • Cutest tank in the game

Disadvantages:

  • Poor agility combined with a low protection means you must avoid getting shot at whenever possible.
  • Ammo storage is easily hit and running out of ammo in the middle of a match is a very possible scenario.
  • Poor signal range, its role as an active scout is limited.
  • Luchs drivers will try to argue your cuteness.

Tank description:

The M22 Locust is an American tier 3 premium light tank.Requirements to a light airmobile tank were created in the winter of 1941. The vehicle was developed by the Marmon-Herrington company. A total of 830 vehicles were produced from April 1943 through February 1944, 260 of which were supplied to the U.K. under Lend-Lease.The Locust is a fast and small tank, reaching its top speed of 64kph pretty quickly regardless of terrain. Differences with its German counterpart, the T-15, include higher penetration, while being much less maneuverable and having a somewhat lower view range. Thus, it''s not capable of driving in tiny circles at full speed. However, Improved Ventilation, a fully trained crew, and some driving experience with this tank can help neutralize these drawbacks. Unlike many premium tanks, the M22 Locust has no preferential matchmaking, but since update 9.18 tier 3 will no longer see tier 5.

Requirements to a light airmobile tank were created in the winter of 1941. The vehicle was developed by the Marmon-Herrington company. A total of 830 vehicles were produced from April 1943 through February 1944, 260 of which were supplied to the U.K. under Lend-Lease.