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Crew:

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

Advantages:

  • Great hull-down capability.
  • Best in class 12 degrees gun-depression.
  • Small size.
  • Decent Stock Grind.
  • With a shell-cost of 600 per shot Emil is a great credit earner.

Disadvantages:

  • 20mm of side armor is vulnerable to overmatch of 61mm calibre shells and higher.
  • Vulnerable to artillery, easily penetrated and the 3 man crew is prone to all getting knocked out by indirect artillery hits.
  • Poor Gun handling.
  • Very light heavy tank, vulnerable to ramming.
  • Poor view range.

Tank description:

The Emil I is a Swedish tier 8 heavy tank.A variant of the heavy tank developed for the Swedish army under the EMIL project in the 1950s. Design solutions used for the French AMX 13 tank influenced the project, which is obvious from the design of the turret. In 1951, a draft design was prepared, but development was discontinued in favor of later versions.The Emil I leads to the Emil II.

A variant of the heavy tank developed for the Swedish army under the EMIL project in the 1950s. Design solutions used for the French AMX 13 tank influenced the project, which is obvious from the design of the turret. In 1951, a draft design was prepared, but development was discontinued in favor of later versions.