Battle Field 1942 War Zone


This is the U.S. units.... EVIL I TELL YA!! EVIL!... ok anyho this just has the U.S. Units and at the top you also see that the other teams are up there... *hello russia*... ok but since i hate makin sites... just jokin...well enjoy the pictures.... and u people who think im weird for typin proberly.... pics

M10 Wolverine

Lightweight and equipped with a high-powered anti-tank gun, the American M10 Wolverine was designed to be a tank destroyer. The M10 had mobility and long-range capacity, which made it an effective weapon as long as it stayed out of range of heavier tanks. Unfortunately, its lightweight construction made it vulnerable within range of a bigger tank such as a German Tiger.
M4 Sherman

The U.S. M4 Sherman was not the most powerful or most heavily armored tank on the battlefield, yet it served its purpose as a very reliable fighting machine. Because more Sherman tanks were produced than any other tank in World War II, these tanks often out-numbered enemy vehicles. The Sherman was arguably the most important tank of its time.

M3 Half-Track

The American M3 armored personnel carrier (APC) was one of the most widely used half-tracks in World War II. With wheels in front and a tank-like track system in the rear, the M3 served many purposes. Able to carry up to 12 men, the M3 could also tow artillery or be equipped with a variety of armaments, including anti-tank and anti-aircraft guns, heavy artillery, and mortars.
Willys Overland Jeep MB

This versatile 4-wheel drive vehicle could go places that couldn't be reached by any other vehicle, and the U.S. produced more than 700,000 of them during WWII. The Jeep could be used for short transport trips, reconnaissance, and even for fighting when fitted with a machine gun. Jeep comes from the pronunciation of GP, the abbreviation for General Purpose vehicle.

P-51 Mustang

Fast and agile, the P-51 Mustang also had great range and the ability to wreak havoc on the enemy. This sleek fighter served many purposes during World War II, including flying bomber escort on long-range missions over Germany. Before the Mustang arrived on the scene, U.S. bombers on daylight missions into the Fatherland were easy prey for Luftwaffe fighters on the prowl.
USS Enterprise

The 19,800-ton USS Enterprise was the most decorated and feared vessel in the U.S. fleet. Engaging in nearly every major sea battle in the Pacific, the Enterprise contributed to the demise of 911 enemy aircraft, and she sank or crippled well over 200 enemy ships. The Big is credited with sinking two Japanese carriers alone and a third in collaboration with the Yorktown.