1968: The Americans mobilize hundreds of tanks to help defeat Communist forces in South Vietnam. Now the Communists combine guerrilla tactics with conventional military might and send their own tanks into battle. The final struggle for Vietnam begins.
1965: American ground forces and Marine Corps tanks, land in South Vietnam, confident that conventional military might will defeat the Communist insurgency. But American Tankers quickly discover that even the power of armor cannot overcome the guerrilla.
May 1944: Canadian tanks begin their final push to drive the Germans from Italy. At each step, over rugged mountains and through steep valleys, the Canadians confront Hitler's elite Panzers - at the Melfa river, on the Trasimene Line, in the formidable Gothic Line, finally battering their way into the Po Valley.