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Panzer III G (GE031)

Panzer III G/H (GE031)
includes one Panzer III G/H & one Tank Commander.

The Panzer III Ausf G/H followed the same development trend of other Panzers with the steady increase in armour levels. Lessions learnt during the invasion of Poland and France accelerated the introduction of the 5cm cannon, giving the tank a significant increase in hitting power.

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Panzer III G (GE031)

Used extensively during the invasion of Russia the Panzer III Ausf G/H and whilst they were outclassed by the heavier Soviet tanks it was more than capable of destroying the lighter BT and T-26 models.

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Mathie

Panzer III G (GE031) Panzer III G (GE031)
The Panzer III G in Flames Of War
      Armour
   
Name Mobility
Front
Side
Top
Equipment and Notes
Weapon
Range
ROF
Anti-tank
Firepower
 
Panzer III G Standard Tank 3 3 1 Co-ax MG, Hull MG, Protected ammo.
5cm KwK38 gun
24"/60cm
3
7 4+
 
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Panzer IV E (GE041) Panzer III G (GE031)  Panzer III G (GE031)
Protected Ammo
Many tanks are destroyed not by the enemy shell but by their own ammunition being hit by white-hot fragments of armour and exploding. The chances of this were minimised by providing a safe place for stowing ammunition within the vehicle such as an armoured compartment or inside a water-filled jacket.


If forced to bail out, crews of tanks with protected ammunition are far more confident when it comes to remounting their vehicle quickly.

Tanks with Protected Ammo re-roll all failed Motivation Tests to Remount Bailed Out vehicles in the Starting Step (see page 102 of the main rulebook).


Last Updated On Sunday, January 7, 2018 by Luke at Battlefront