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Initially designed for airborne operations, the vehicle was never used as such by the U. In the absence of a good air delivery system, the Ordnance Department became less enthusiastic about any further development. American Tier 3 Premium Tank. This tank came into being when War Staff decided that a purpose-built tank would replace the Tetrarch in glider operations. When it did enter service, the tank failed miserably in combat.
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Comparing: Pz.Kpfw. II Luchs vs. M22 Locust
The Locust began development in after the British War Office requested that the American government design a purpose-built airborne light tank which could be transported by glider into battle to support British airborne forces. The War Office had originally selected the Light Tank Mark VII Tetrarch light tank for use by the airborne forces, but it had not been designed with that exact purpose in mind so the War Office believed that a purpose-built tank would be required to replace it. The United States Ordnance Department was asked to produce this replacement, which in turn selected Marmon-Herrington to design and build a prototype airborne tank in May The prototype was designated the Light Tank T9 Airborne , and was designed so that it could be transported underneath a Douglas C Skymaster transport aircraft, although its dimensions also allowed it to fit inside a General Aircraft Hamilcar glider. After a series of modifications were made to the initial prototype, production of the T9 began in April
The M22 light tank was intended for airborne use, and the C Skymaster cargo aircraft was the original carrier plane. When transported by the C, the turret of the M22 was removed, and the hull was suspended below the plane via lifting brackets at the four corners of the hull. The turret of the Locust was designed to be easily removable for this reason, and British tests found that the tank could be reassembled in ten minutes or less using the aircraft's integral hoists. Combined with the fact that the laden C would require a large runway, though, the reassembly process meant that achieving any measure of surprise was seriously hindered for the tanks. The tank was never used operationally by US troops, but eight M22s were part of the British airborne force that assaulted enemy positions along the Rhine during Operation Varsity in March