Thank you very much
. Miracles happen, yes
. I did not expect anyone to take up the T-60 (he is in the eternal shadow of the T-70). Meanwhile, the T-60 is not only the third most produced Soviet tank. In reality, he is with the T-70 in different classes and weight categories. The "70" is a classic light tank, but the "60" is a so-called small or "patrol" tank. In general, this is the result of the evolution of tankettes.
Naturally, the tactical niches of light tanks and small tanks are also different. The most obvious -, the class of small tanks was inhabited by floating scouts (T-60 aka T-40 C is essentially a land derivative of one of them), and airborne tanks (often it was the same thing).
In general, grandfather T-60 (T-37) was dropped from the planes, they were going to drop the "daddy", and actually the T-60 ... flew himself.
These are experiments, but if the USSR had more air capabilities, the T-60 would have occupied the niche of an airborne tank.
And yes, just for the record - a light version of the Katyusha was installed on the T-60 case.https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/БМ-8-24
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Well, I'm just trying not to be impudent
. In reality, modern heavy guns were very necessary