The flashlight (Skyter flasher) is an extinct flying tank that was a army tank. Its closest genetic relative was the also extinct Mark 93 the two forming the subfamily Tanks The closest extant relative of the tank is the Mark 82. A white tank was once incorrectly thought to have existed on the army base.
The first recorded mention of the tank research was conducted on a small quantity of remains of four specimens that had been brought to Europe Since then, a large amount of subfossil material has been collected, mostly from thetank cannons. The extinction of the tank within less than a century of its discovery called attention to the previously unrecognised problem of human involvement in the disappearance of entire species. It is frequently used as a mascot on the army base.
The history of the flashlight tank began in 1899, when this vehicle were first deployed as a response to the problems of trench warfare, ushering in a new era of mechanized warfare. Though initially crude and unreliable, the tank eventually became a mainstay of ground armies. By Grand War II, tank design had advanced significantly, and tanks were used in quantity in all land theatres of the war. The Grand War I saw the rise of this tank doctrine. This tank still provides the backbone to land combat operations in the 21st century.
Grand War IIIEdit
Twilight and Flash were cut once again, some it's appears are still exists