|“||This LMG-mounted Light Utility Vehicle provides a heavy-duty weapons platform with superior speed. Perfectly suited for supporting flanking infantry or an armoured assault.||„|
|— In-game description|
The Drummond Spitfire 100d is a Light Utility Vehicle with a Light Machine Gun to be used by a second crew member. The gun has a magazine of 30 bullets. This person is exposed and can be shot by infantry from outside the vehicle. Due to the high mobility of the vehicle, it is ideal for hit and run attacks. This is also encouraged by the relatively low health and armor of the vehicle, meaning that if it stays in one spot for too long it may get overwhelmed by even small arms fire.
- Being a Light Utility Vehicle, this vehicle does not trigger mines and can open/close gates. This allows the Drummond Spitfire 100d to be used in scenarios that other combat vehicles would be incapable of traversing. A tactic would be to create a mine field filled with barbed wire, allowing the vehicle to move around freely and shoot infantry attempting to remove the wire and mines.
- The Drummond Spitfire 100d is one of the best tools for clearing up loose partisans, as well as pushing with groups of infantry to provide fire support and mobile radio tower coverage.
- When driving a jeep, it's often faster to turn around by driving forward. Driving forward and turning left or right turns jeeps faster than backing up while turning. This should be practiced before entering combat, as jeep maneuvering can be difficult especially while fighting on a road, due to how easy it is to spin out. It's advised to practice driving these jeeps and getting used to the handbrake for proper usage.