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  1. Getting behind cover is clearly the most defensible position to maintain, and indeed at least 80% of my gameplay consists of me peeking out from my cover, taking a shot, retreating back and repeating. However, sometimes that's not always an option. Sometimes you fall victim to a surprise flank and find yourself head-to-head with an enemy tank. How should you position your tank under such circumstances? War Thunder says that the front is usually the most fortified side of the tank, but I get a lot of my kills from shooting tanks in the front, so I'm a little apprehensive about that advice. I had the idea of exposing my front but positioning my tank a little diagonally, but on my T-28 they shoot for my front tire which usually results in an instant kill. What do?