— Are they serious? Routing the whole electric system through this bracket held by two bolts? And not a single designer thought that it would be impossible for me to get to it without taking out the whole turret? What engineering school considers this okay? I don’t get it—couldn’t have they thought at least two steps ahead? Like how this part would be maintained in field conditions? Of course, there is no turret back at the conveyor belt; you can get to it however you like. Come on, stand here with me, and I’ll watch you undo these bolts. Engineers: National pride. Named it \”the tank of the future.\” Can it actually go anywhere other than a parade? Or maybe this is a case of \”don’t break it, and you won’t have to fix it.\” Suppose I get this darn bracket off. How would I install a new one? A shiny wrapper with Char B1 technology inside. \”The tank of the future.\” When will we see designers of the future? Not the brightest future for us if the entirety of the might of the French military is hanging on by two bolts.