By Drago Bosnic
The U.S. was the first to pledge tanks back in January, using the promise to put pressure on its NATO vassals to send theirs. Germany was the first to fall for this, followed by France and the UK. Berlin delivered its overhyped “Leopard 2,” including the A6 variant (one of the latest), while Paris and London sent the AMX-10 light tanks and “Challenger 2” heavy MBTs, respectively. Near-constant supply of ample battlefield footage confirmed that all three types have been neutralized in great numbers, while some have even been captured relatively intact by Russian forces.