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FEET 0 ................... 56 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 15 20 AEC Carrier for 6-pdr Gun Mk. I, Deacon The ﬂowing battles in North Africa soon made it clear that a self-propelled anti-tank gun was a must. One of the solutions was to mount the trusty 6-pounder anti-tank gun on the back of the AEC Matador armored ammunition carrier. 175 of these conversions were built and saw service with British forces until the end of the Desert War, when they were turned over to Turkey.
There were at least twenty-seven T1E3s supporting the 702nd and 744th Tank Destroyer Battalions during July 1944 for Operation Cobra, and most continued to serve well beyond that period. 5” ﬁn-stabilized M8 rocket. On the early mounts, the elevation arm was attached well out on the gun barrel but hampered gun ﬁring. Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 37 GMC DUKW-353 (Inital production model) FEET 0 5 10 M29C Weasel Cargo Carrier FEET 0 38 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 15 15 20 M4A3(76)W HVSS Sherman (Often referred to as M4A3E8) 0 FEET 5 10 20 15 M26 Pershing Medium Tank FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 39 T26E4 Super Pershing Temporary Pilot No.
Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 41 BRITAIN Vickers Medium Mk. II** Tank FEET 0 5 10 15 20 15 20 Rolls-Royce Armored Car 1924 pattern used in North Africa, 1940. FEET 0 42 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 5 10 Mk. I Cruiser Tank (A9) FEET 0 5 10 20 15 Morris Model CS9/LAC Armored Reconnaissance Car 11th Hussars, North Africa, 1940. FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Allied Armored Fighting Vehicles 43 Matilda Infantry Tank Mk. I (A11) Right side view of turret FEET 0 5 10 15 20 Mk.
After The Storm. Iraqi Wrecks And Fortifications by Eric Micheletti