Probably could with decent 'chutes and rocket landing - but can and should is a different matter. I seem to recall mention of the Soviets or Chinese trying the concept in the '70s with all going well until the 'chutes failed and it got a bit messy due to 'negative delta v' in the final 6 inches of the decent.
'The A-40 was piloted by the famous Soviet experimental glider pilot Sergei Anokhin. The T-60 landed in a field near the airport, and after dropping the glider wings and tail, the driver returned it to its base.'
And what's more, each tank is full of 7 feet tall Soviet, errm, Russian Supermen. So we should all be very afraid. Uncle Vlad says so. Oh, and none of them bat for the other side, 'cos there's none of that in the Rodina. Nosireebob.
In other news, the burning question of the hour is, "Why isn't Maalox on rops?"
That belongs in the same category as the brilliant German idea of equipping the paras with a full auto rifle, FG42, that was intended to be fired while the para was dangling under the canopy, by a single suspension line. Apparently the trials were abandoned at an early stage. The word torque comes to mind.