A licensed copy of an Israeli tank built in Central Europe, this vehicle brings both versatility and maximal crew protection to the battlefield. Such gained it significant appreciation from Western European armies in the 21st century. The M2A1 is armed with a 120mm cannon and a coaxial machine gun, with the potential for it to be utilized as mobile artillery. This tank has proven itself in battle and thanks to heavy manufacturing, it became the second most wide spread main battle tank of many countries around the world.
The Slammer is based off the real-world "Merkava Mark IV" MBT.
However unlike the real-world Merkava, the Slammer does not have the ability to fire either LAHAT ATGMs via its main gun or mortar shells from the internal 60mm mortar launcher. It also does not have a coaxially mounted Samson RCWS (although the M2A4 variant does have a turret mounted HMG for use by the commander). It is also not equipped with the Trophy active missile protection system.