Renault D2 Medium Tank
Designed in 1932 as a medium tank to support the infantry. It was an adequate vehicle, expensive however, and only 300 or so were produced when the B1-bis became a preferred vehicle of the Heavy Support Unit of the Infantry Support Company. If fought hard during the 1940 campaign and very few examples were captured. As such no modifications were seen and the very few captured examples were simply used up by the occupational forces.
|Year: 1934||Maneuver: -3||Armor: 10/20/30|
|Threat Value: 35||Fire Control: -2||Movement: 2/3|
|Size: 9||Sensors: None||Deployement Range: 140 km|
|Crew: 3||Communications: -1/3km*|
Perks/Flaws: Buttoned Up, Inefficient Controls, Large Sensor Profile (R1), Reinforced Armor (R2) *Only 1 in 4 tanks had a radio at the start of the war.
|47 mm Sa34 L/34||T||3||6||12||24||0||x7||1||120||-|
|7.5mm MG||T||1||2||4||8||0||x2||1||2500||Rof2, AI, Coax|
|7.5mm MG||F||1||2||4||8||0||x2||1||2500||Rof2, AI|