- The fight against St. Gloriana Women's Academy features The British Grenadiers.
- The fight against Saunder's College High features The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Then there's the US Field Artillery March (a.k.a. The Army Goes Rolling Along) which plays when four of Saunders' tanks began pursuing Ōarai's tanks (which in turn are pursuing Saunders' flag tank).
- The fight against Pravda High School features both the vocal and Instrumental version of "Katyusha", although the former, as stated earlier, was a lot more memorable. Unfortunately, due to legal issues, Katyusha's instrumental version was replaced in the English dub. Fortunately, it was replaced by another famous Russian tune, Korobeiniki.
- The fight against Kuromorimine Women's College featured instrumental versions of Wehrmacht songs. "Erika" was played when Kuromorimine suddenly attacked from the woods in episode 10; while "Panzerlied" was played when Kuromorimine's Maus came out of hiding and slaughtered two of Ōarai's tanks in episode 11.
- The theme used for the Anzio battle, Il cando degli Arditi - le fiamme nere isn't too shabby either, especially during the chase between the Type 89 and the Carro Veloce tankettes.
- From The Movie comes the version of the Säkkijärven Polkka, played during the very scene where the girls of Continuation High show their chops against the University Team Pershings in their BT-42, with Mika on the kantele while inside the speeding and rolling tank.
- Also from the movie, we have this glorious rendition of When Johnny Comes Marching Home. To make things even better, it stands as a backdrop for two CMOA's: UST making a majestic entrance with a T-28 Super Heavy Tank and Maho, Erika and Katyusha taking the fight to the enemy, curb-stomping three Pershings and sending the remaining Chafee running.
The series' composer also created original marches found throughout the series many of them including musical elements of "Panzer Vor!".
- "Senshadou March: Panzer Vor!". Shirou Hamaguchi really pulled out all the stops for this one. Here's the song played by the actual Ōarai High School.
- "Senshadou is an Art for Girls to Master" plays during the promotional video for Sensha-do. It shows up again later, notably when the Rabbit Team's M3 Lee takes out the Elefant and the Jagdtiger in episode 12.
- The Glory of Senshadou sounds like a grandiose British anthem and plays when the Tank Instructor's Dynamic Entry runs over the principal's car. Twice.
- Come On We Want a Challenge sounds like it could have been from Iron Chef.
- The Student Council's Heroic Decision.
- Maidens' Art, Senshadou March for the more lighthearted tank scenes.
- The "Snow War" OVA has Erwin and Yukari sing "Yuki no Shingun" together, and the soundtrack CD has it performed by Ankou Team. Both are examples of Lyrical Dissonance, since whilst the song is upbeat and happy, the lyrics are bleak. They do bring the song back for The Movie, as Leitmotif for the Japan-themed Chi-Ha-Tan Academy.
If we do not die with the glory of battle
Duty that calls us from our comfortable lives
Slowly does it strangle our necks,
For they do not wish to let us back alive.
- The movie combines both historical and original marches in a really awesome way for the movie's Big Damn Heroes moment when all the other schools send tank crews to "temporally transfer" into Oarai to help them overcome truly insuperable odds, because yesterday's enemy is today's friend: it plays an awesome medley of all the schools' Leitmotifs (Panzerlied, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Katyusha, The British Grenadiers, Funiculi Funicula, Säkkijärven polkka and Yuki no Shingun), finally mixing up in the very own Shenshadou March itself.