Vickers Armstrongs designed and built this tank during the 1920s-30s. This was the first post-World War I tank to go into service with the Royal Tank Corps. Was considered the first "fast tank" in service.
The Mark II used many of the same components as the Mark I Medium.
First tank to have the main armament in a revolving turret.
The driver had a visor that was split into two parts. The top half could be folded back. The hatches were rather small and could be used for quick exits.
The suspension on the Medium Mk II had skirting plates. Since the Medium Mk II used multi-rollers it couldn't be maneuvered at high speed.