HELP CENTER / F.A.Q.
Here is a list of the most frequent questions we are asked.
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Are there height and age requirements?11 years old and 4'6" tall to be a passenger14 years old and 5' tall to be a driverALL persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian during the event. Parents/Guardians may have a driving voucher or a passenger voucher to accompany their child, but must have their own voucher to be onsite.
Who would want to drive a tank?Many people who call would like to celebrate a holiday, a milestone birthday, or wedding with their loved ones. We have also had veterans bring family members because they wanted to share their past military experience with their family. We host many corporate events as well as smaller private parties for bachelors and bachelorettes. EVERYONE who calls, and even you, if you are reading this, probably wants to drive a tank! After all who wouldn't'? Tanks are made for adults and we do have restrictions. Children under 11 and 4ft tall are not allowed.
Can my friends drive the tanks and shoot the guns?We are not able to allow your friends that join you to rotate into the driver's position. Our packages are build in a way that the driver advances in their learning and education of tank driving. It is crucial to learn how to drive the entry level tanks before graduating to the others and the same goes for the guns. However, friends can buy their own gun packages on the day of.
Can I shoot the main gun on the tank/armored vehicle?
Yes you can! We offer two options when it comes to shooting tanks. The first is our Sherman Gunnery package where you have the exciting opportunity to engage other tanks in battle. Our second option is the most powerful gun available to the public with our L7 105mm that is still in service today.
Do you have any American armor?The American Military does not release their amor to the public like England and other countries. Wars and skirmishes took place in Europe, and out of the need for farm equipment and transport vehicles, old and outdated European military vehicles were/are put to good use in the civilian market. Sadly, much of the U.S.'s historical WWII amor is at the bottom of the ocean or inoperable. The Department of Defense's Ken MacNevin (spokesmen for the Defense Logistics Agency's Disposition service) has this to say "in the case of combat vehicles the U.S. Army no longer needs or uses, the Department of Defense's demilitarization policy requires them to be destroyed. You might see a tank outside a V.F.W. or in a park, but it isn't a working one, and the government considered it to be a long-term loan. No one really owns it." Due to availability, the fact that England has been an ally through the years, and prices of their vehicles; most all of our armor is British.