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Tier / Class:
7 TD
Oscar Faraday
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
800 mm
Hit Points:
Hull F/S/R:
38 / 45 / 38
Turret F/S/R:
38 / 38 / 38
Max Speed:
64.4 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
7.23 s
Hull Traverse:
56.65 deg/s
400 m
Accuracy (Spread):
Max Cannon Depression:
-10 / -10°
Turret Traverse Speed:
55.55 deg/s

The NM142 is a tier 7 tank destroyer originating from Norway, and is sold by Oscar Faraday. It can be unlocked by fulfilling the Damage with ATGMs requirement with a Tier 7+ TD either in PvP (150,000 damage), GLOPS (400,000 damage) or PvE (800,000 damage), it can unlock 3x Platiunum Supply Crates and leads to the Sprut-SD.


  • High spot and rof: had high spotting ranges and rate of fire.
  • Top down ATGM: penetrates target's most unprotected area - the roof.
  • Missile weapons only: this vehicle only had weaponry.

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Pros and Cons[]


  • Top down ATGM - no problems with penetration
  • Small size
  • High acceleration, speed and manueverability
  • Great camo factor
  • Can turn in place thanks to the tracks
  • Good for spotting
  • 360 degrees firing cone


  • Dull as hell
  • Boring grinding for the Sprut-SD
  • No armor
  • No APS
  • Long reload time, albeit better than Wiesel HOT and some tier 8 missile TDs.

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NM142 Stock Armor
Reputation Cost Credits Hull Armor (F/S/R) Hull Composition Turret Armor (F/S/R) Turret Composition ERA Type ERA Modifiers
Stock Stock 38/45/38 Military Aluminum 38/38/38 Military Aluminum
The NM142 is an anti-tank variant of the M-113 armored personnel carrier. Its aluminum hull offers protection from small arms fire only.


Missile Name Type Reputation Damage Penetration Velocity Reload Time Missiles in Launcher Reload within Launcher Burst Fire Rate Splash Radius Flight Agility Self-Guided
BGM-71D TOW ATGM HEAT Stock 760 800mm 250m/s 15.00s 2 {{{reloadm}}}s 30.00rd/min 0m {{{agility}}}deg/s No

BGM-71F-6 TOW-2B Aero ATGM Top attack 109,110 450 300mm 195m/s 15.00s 2 {{{reloadm}}}s 30.00rd/min 0m {{{agility}}}deg/s No


Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max Speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
Detroit Diesel 6V53 212 hp Diesel Engine Stock Stock 64.4 km/h {{{reverse}}} 7.23s {{{0-max}}} 54.21deg/s {{{firechance}}}

Detroit Diesel 6V53T 275 hp Diesel Engine 81,045 1,536,000 64.4 km/h {{{reverse}}} 4.23s {{{0-max}}} 60.59deg/s {{{firechance}}}


Name Reputation Cost Credits Description
M90 Smoke Grenades 53,505 768,000 Provides 8 volleys. Magazine capacity: 2 rounds. Takes 6 s to reload. Duration: 10 s. Magazine reload time: 80 s

Improved Tracks 26,490 256,000 Increases acceleration, maximum speed and turning performance of the vehicle of off-road surfaces. Improves durability.

Special Ability[]

Name Activation Time Duration Reload Time Ability Changes
Top Speed
Ability Override.png
0 s 20 s 60 s Improves acceleration time, increases maximum speed and hull traverse rate.
Reduces camouflage factor in motion.
Acceleration +200%
Max Speed +5%
Hull Traverse Speed +50%
Camo Factor in Motion +50%


Class: Tank Destroyer
Developed: 1980s
Service: 1983-2010
Vehicles Built: 97
Operators: Norway

The NM142 is a Norwegian counterpart to the American M901 ITOW Tank Destroyer. It consists of a standard M113 hull fitted with a Kvaerner Eureka Armored Launching Turret, which in turn is armed with a twin Hughes BGM-71D TOW-2 launcher.

The vehicle was designed in the late 1980s and, eventually, 97 were built in total. They were intended to be operated in groups of four (a platoon), although sometimes three platoons would be put together to form an anti-tank squadron. The vehicles would stay at safe distance (as far as possible from the enemy), fire their loaded missiles at the enemy and then they would retreat to reload. However, after the end of the Cold War, the need for such vehicles gradually disappeared with the perceived end of the Soviet threat. With more focus on peacekeeping missions and the War on Terror, the numbers of these vehicles were gradually lowered. The vehicle saw service with the Kampeskadronen units and the first KFOR Norwegian contingent from 1999 included it in its ranks. In 2005, the number of active vehicles of this type was reduced to some 12 machines and, by the end of that decade, the type was completely phased out of service.

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In Development: NM142