Abrams tanks or German-made Leopards? Ukraine has one clear winner

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It guzzles fuel and the engine is difficult to repair and maintain,” said Jack Watling, a senior research fellow for land warfare at the Royal United Services Institute. Given that other nations have offered tanks – mostly former Soviet variants, but also a squadron of British Challenger IIs – he also warned that “too many different types [of tank] would be really unhelpful”.