A Look Inside the M1 Abrams – POV of Tank Crewman [Training]

Helmet camera video of M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tank crew while conducting Gunnery Table XII at Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany, 2014.

Gunnery Tables are used to train crews to acquire and perfecting their gunnery skills through various conditions.

Each table has a specific purpose, which collective builds the crew up in proficiency until the last table, which consists of numerous targets and maneuvers, where the crew attempts to qualify on the vehicle.

►Video courtesy of Yair Gonzalez
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35 thoughts on “A Look Inside the M1 Abrams – POV of Tank Crewman [Training]

  1. Again a lot of the shit gunn.
    What is the most important of a tank ??
    No not the gun that is just a small thin on a tank
    The most important in never see is the driver and his engine.
    Whithout him the guncrew never comes to the battlefield.
    MORE ABOUT THE DRIVERS PLEASE.

  2. What you guys should do is load the round and then ask what round to load next and hold it so when you fire you already have a round in hand to load faster it would cut loading by 5 or 8 seconds better than avg 11 to load

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