When the walkers attacked they attacked, usually en-masse, since the lone walker was easily put out of action by either sniper fire or combined rifle. The unfortunate thing for the walkers was that they needed carriers, as there maximum fuel range was only 3 miles, and as space was extremely limited on these small walkers, the extra fuel and ammunition was also left on the carrier. almost 1/2 a mile behind the Imperial defences, are observation towers, which spotted the mass of carriers, and were easily able to pinpoint the attack, and quickly sending out Tims, which travelling at there maximum speed of 40mph, were able to get to the attack mere second after the defences came within effective range of the walkers guns. Shown above, a walker is almost instantly destroyed, as the fire of the Tims Anti-tank bullets crush the head of the tank, and a tongue of flame spurts out from the anti tank gun, this meaning that a fire was about to start in the main ammo store, which would end the walker for good. Heavy machine guns and rifles fired at almost point blank range could cause medium or minor damage, unless a bullet is to hit the driver. "Guiness" Heavies appeared once of twice, but because of a request for no chemical weapons to be used on the battle front the deadly gas machine was taken off of the front-line. The waiting and the fighting of walkers is probably the most tense moments for the troops, in which some have suffered badly from seeing such machine descending upon them, and if they are reminded of such incidents can be a daunting moment, and the waiting caused at least three men to go crazy, and had to leave the battlefront where they were put through intense care. The walkers proved an efficient, if not, a deadly, to driver and to soldier, weapon.