Slammer UP
Faction NATO
Type Main Battle Tank
Seats 9 (1 x Driver, 1 x Commander, 1 x Gunner, 6 x Passengers)
Item capacity Unknown
Top speed ~ 60 km/h
Fuel capacity 1885 L
Primary armament 1x Cannon 105mm (40 Rnds AP, 20 Rnds HEAT-MP)
Secondary armament - 1x M200 LMG 6.5mm (2x 2000 Rnds)
- 1x Remote RCWS 12.7mm HMG (2x 500 Rnds)
- 1x Smoke Generator (2 Charges)
Variants - M2A1 Slammer

- M4 Scorcher
- M5 Sandstorm


The M2A4 Slammer UP is a variant of NATO's M2A1 Slammer Main Battle Tank, deployed to support combat personnel in urban environments.


« The M2A4 Slammer UP is the urban purpose variant of the M2A1 Slammer. Compared to the base version, it features heavier armor with reinforced rear of the tank and a remote-controlled turret. This weight increase had to be compensated somewhere - M2A4 is fitted with a less powerful 105mm cannon compared to the 120mm of the base Slammer.
Field Manual


  • Like its base counterpart, the M2A4 is based off the real-world "Merkava Mark IV" MBT.
  • The Slammer UP uses the same bolt-on composite armour skirts as the M2A1 but has ERA (Explosive Reactive Armour) panels installed as well.
  • Unlike the baseline M2A1, this version of the Slammer has a mounted Mk30 HMG that is used as an RWS by the commander to engage lightly armoured vehicles, low flying aircraft, and infantry.
  • Screenshots shown during ArmA 3's development indicated that the M2A4 was originally intended to be included on release of the final version of ArmA 3.
  • However, the M2A4 would not become available for use until it was added as part of Game Update 1.12 for the first anniversary of the Alpha's release.


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