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  • 06:43, 30 December 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:IWM Bergepanther rear.jpg ({{Information |Description=Captured German Bergepanther armoured recovery vehicle under trials in Britain |Source={{IWM Collections|STT 8192|}} |Date=c. 1945 |Author=Photographer not identified. "Official photograph". |Permission= |other_versions= }} {...)
  • 06:40, 30 December 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:IWM Bergepanther front.jpeg ({{Information |Description=Captured German Bergepanther armoured recovery vehicle under trials in Britain |Source={{IWM Collections|STT 8190|}} |Date=c. 1945 |Author=Photographer not identified. "Official photograph". |Permission= |other_versions= }} {...)
  • 22:20, 22 December 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Tank Recovery Vehicle T12.png ({{Information |Description=Tank Recovery Vehicle T12, based on M26 Medium Tank Chassis |Source=R.P. Hunnicutt. ''Pershing: A History of the Medium Tank T20 Series''. — Presidio Press, 1971 |Date=1945 |Author=unspecified US Army soldier or employee |P...)
  • 02:47, 12 November 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:47mm Type 1 Antitank Gun, Sugar Loaf Hill.png ()
  • 16:47, 23 October 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:47 mm Type 1 Gun ammunition.png ({{Information |Description=Type 1 47 mm tank and antitank guns ammunition |Source=Departments of the Army and the Air Force. ''TM 9-1985-5 / TO 39B-1A-12. Japanese Explosive Ordnance (Army Ammunition, Navy Ammunition)''. — U.S. Government Printing Of...)
  • 09:52, 13 August 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Knocked-out M3 Medium Tank in the desert.png ({{Information |Description=Medium Tank M3 from 13th Armored Regiment, knocked out and burned during the North African Campaign |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. ''Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank.'' — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5...)
  • 05:40, 10 August 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M3 Medium Tanks in the Battle of Makin.png ({{Information |Description=Two M3A5 medium tanks of US Army 193rd Tank Battalion on Butanari Island in the Makin Atoll, firing on Japanese positions during the Battle of Makin |Source=S. J. Zaloga. ''M3 Lee/Grant Medium Tank 1941—45''. — Oxford: Os...)
  • 23:53, 20 July 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Grant tank of Australian 4th Armoured Brigade, 1946.jpeg ({{Information |Description=Grant tank of 4th Australian Armoured Brigade, being transported to base ordnance depot upon disbandment of the brigade. |Source=Australian War Memorial, [http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/127697 catalogue number 127697] |Date=3 Jan...)
  • 23:35, 20 July 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Grant tank of Australian 2-10th Armoured Regiment.jpeg ({{Information |Description=M3 (Grant) medium tank of Australian 2/10th Armoured Regiment and its crew. Mingenew, Western Australia |Source=Australian War Memorial, [http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/029204 catalogue number 029204] |Date=25-02-1943 |Author=unk...)
  • 03:05, 9 March 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:3-inch Gun Motor Carriage M9.png ({{Information |Description=3-inch Gun Motor Carriage T40 (M9) |Source=P. Chamberlain, C. Ellis. ''M3 Medium (Lee/Grant)''. — Windsor: Profile Publications, 1970. — (AFV/Profile № 11). |Date=1942 |Author=unknown US Army soldier or employee, attri...)
  • 02:40, 9 March 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:155 Gun Motor Carriage M12.png ({{Information |Description=155 mm Gun Motor Carriage M12 |Source=R. J. Icks. ''Hellcat, Long Tom and Priest. Complete Check List of All U.S. World War II Self-Propelled Weapons''. — Windsor: Profile Publications, 1972. — (AFV/Profile № 26). |Date...)
  • 20:34, 6 February 2012 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Medium Tank M3 Bow Machine Guns.png ({{Information |Description=Medium Tank M3 twin bow machine guns |Source=TM 9-750. Ordnance Maintenance. Medium Tanks M3, M3A1, and M3A2 — Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 |Date=c. 1942 |Author=unknown US Army soldier or employee |Pe)
  • 14:47, 10 November 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Medium Tank M3 s-n 1.png ({{Information |Description=Medium Tank M3 serial number 1 (actually first pilot, not a production vehicle) at Aberdeen Proving Ground |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5.)
  • 14:29, 10 November 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M2A1 Medium Tank and M3 mock-up.png ({{Information |Description=M2A1 Medium Tank and M3 Medium mock-up |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5. |Date=Fall 1940 |Author=unspecified US Army soldier or employee |Pe)
  • 10:08, 26 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AN-GRC-3 radio set.png ({{Information |Description=AN/GRC-3 US military vehicle radio set |Source=Departments of the Army and Navy. MIL-HDBK-161A/TM. Military Standardization Handbook. Electronic Communication Equipment. — Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1964. |)
  • 09:44, 26 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M67A2 tanks at Barstow.png ({{Information |Description=Marine Corps' M67A2 flame thrower tanks mothballed at Barstow, CA. Wooden boxes on tanks' rear decks contain various fittings to be used |Source=J. Mesko. M48 Patton in Action — Squaron/Signal Publications, 1984. — (Armor in)
  • 09:28, 26 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Machine Gun Cupola M1.png ({{Information |Description=M1 Machine Gun Cupola on a M48A2 tank |Source=G. Tillotson. M48 — Ian Allan, 1981. — (Modern Combat Vehicles № 4). — ISBN 0-71101-107-9. |Date=1950s |Author=not specified, credited to US Army |Permission= |other_versions)
  • 09:19, 26 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Flame Thrower Tank M67A1.png ({{Information |Description=M67A1 (Army type) flame thrower tank at Fort Knox, on display for cadets |Source=G. Tillotson. M48 — London: Ian Allan, 1981. — P. 64. — 112 p. — (Modern Comba Vehicles № 4). — ISBN 0-71101-107-9. |Date=June 1961 |Au)
  • 21:34, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Periscopic Sight XM30.png ({{Information |Description=XM30 (M30) Periscopic Sight, used on flame thrower tanks M67A1 & M67A2 |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1; originally from unspecifi)
  • 21:30, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Periscopic Sight M21.png ({{Information |Description=Periscopic Sight T39 (M21), used on first model M67 flamethrower tanks |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1; originally from unspecifi)
  • 21:26, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Fuel and Pressure Unit M7.png ({{Information |Description=M7 Fuel and Pressure Unit of M67 tank's M7-6 flame thrower gun |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1; originally from unspecified US Ar)
  • 21:16, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M7-6 flame thrower gun.png ({{Information |Description=M7-6 flame thrower gun of a M67 tank |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1; originally from unspecified US Army manual |Date=1950s |Aut)
  • 21:12, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M67 tank turret arrangement.png (== Summary == {{Information |Description=M67 flame thrower tank turret inside arrangement |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1; originally from unspecified US Ar)
  • 21:02, 24 September 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Flame Thrower Tank T67.png ({{Information |Description=T67 (M67) flame thrower tank prototype at Aberdeen Proving Ground |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Patton. A History of American Main Battle Tank Volume I. — Presidio Press, 1984. — ISBN 0-89141-230-1 |Date=5 November 1953 |Author=u)
  • 05:34, 12 July 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:ASU-57 paradrop sequence.png ({{Information |Description=ASU-57's paradropping sequence from An-12 transport plane |Source=''FM 30-40. Handbook On Soviet Ground Forces'' — Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1975 |Date=1975 |Author=unknown US Army soldier or employee |Permission= )
  • 04:38, 11 July 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:ASU-57 & Mi-6.png ({{Information |Description=ASU-57 tank destroyer/assault gun with several Mil Mi-6 helicopters of Soviet Airborne Troops |Source=J. Gregorzewski. ''Śmigłowiec Mi-6'' — Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, 1988 — (Typy Broni i Uzbrojenia No.124)
  • 23:59, 30 June 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:ASU-57 FM30-40.png ({{Information |Description=ASU-57 tank destroyer / assault gun |Source=FM 30-40. Handbook on Soviet ground forces — Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1975. |Date=Published in 1975 |Author=unknown US Army soldier or employee |Permission= |other_versi)
  • 04:03, 3 June 2011 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:M7 operators map.svg (added Netherlands)
  • 19:44, 27 December 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:GMC 6046 early.png ({{Information |Description=GMC 6046 twin inline engine |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5, originally from unspecified US Army manual |Date=c. 1942 ~ 1945 |Author=unknown)
  • 13:57, 8 September 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Marineartilleryatkhafji.jpg ({{Information |Description=U.S. Marine Corps 155mm artillery piece at the Battle of Khafji |Source=U.S. Marine Corps History Division |Date=c. 29 January — 1 February 1991 |Author=U.S. Marine Corps History Division |Permission= |other_versions= }} [[Cat)
  • 07:32, 6 September 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M21 Mortar Carrier.png ({{Information |Description=M21 81mm Mortar Carrier at tests |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Halftrack: A History of American Semi-Tracked Vehicles. Presidio Press, 2001. — ISBN 0-89141-742-7 |Date=28 April 1944 |Author=unknown US Military soldier or employee |Pe)
  • 03:46, 3 September 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:8inch HMC T84.png ({{Information |Description=T84 8 inch Howitzer first pilot at Aberdeen Proving Ground |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Pershing: A History of the Medium Tank T20 Series. — Presidio Press, 1971 |Date=spring 1945 |Author=unknown US Military soldier or employee |Per)
  • 14:49, 26 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Armored Car T22E2 (early).png ({{Information |Description=Armored Car T22E1 (M8) early pilot |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles. — Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2002. — — ISBN 0-89141-777-X |Date=18 August 1942 |Author=unknown US Milit)
  • 14:46, 26 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Armored Car T23.png (== Summary == {{Information |Description=Armored Car T23 first pilot |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles. — Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2002. — P. 107. — ISBN 0-89141-777-X |Date=1942 |Author=unknown US )
  • 14:44, 26 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Armored Car T21.png ({{Information |Description=Armored Car T21 first pilot at |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles. — Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 2002. — P. 107. — ISBN 0-89141-777-X |Date=16 November 1942 |Author=unknown U)
  • 14:39, 26 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Armored Car T22.png ({{Information |Description=Armored Car T22 (M8) pilot |Source=S.J.Zaloga. M8 Greyhound Armored Car 1941—91. — Osprey Publishing, 2002. — (New Vanguard № 53). — ISBN 1-84176-468-X , attributed to Patton Museum |Date=c. March 1942 |Author=unknown)
  • 03:43, 23 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:T71 Gun Motor Carriage 1st pilot.png ({{Information |Description=T71 (M36) Gun Motor Carriage first pilot |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5 |Date=c. September 1943 |Author=unknown US Military soldier or empl)
  • 03:34, 23 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M10 GMC with 90mm gun at Aberdeen.png ({{Information |Description=M10 Gun Motor Carriage with 90mm Gun T7 installed, during tests at Aberdeen Proving Ground |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5 |Date=November 19)
  • 13:17, 19 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:T20 tank pilot at Fisher plant.png ({{Information |Description=T20 medium tank, Pilot #1, after completion at the Fisher Body Division of General Motors |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Pershing: A History of the Medium Tank T20 Series. — Presidio Press, 1971 |Date=May 1943 |Author=unknown US Milit)
  • 13:21, 17 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M7 operators map.svg ({{Information |Description=A map of M7 self-propelled howitzer operators. Made from File:BlankMap-World6.svg |Source={{own}} |Date=15-08-2010 |Author=Saə |Permission= |other_versions= }} Category:M7 Priest)
  • 13:04, 17 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:T32 HMC at Fort Knox.png ({{Information |Description=T32 (M7) Howitzer Motor Carriage first pilot during tests at Fort Knox |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5 |Date=between 5 and 8 February 1942 |)
  • 12:51, 17 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:9.75inch mortar on M7 chassis.png ({{Information |Description=British experimental 9.75 inch mortar mount on an M7 SPH chassis being demonstrated to U.S. 7th Army at Benny, France |Source=R.P.Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89)
  • 10:59, 13 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Marine M7 HMC at Okinawa 12 May 1945.png ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Two M7 self-propelled howitzers of the 1st Marine Division in action on Okinawa}} |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank. — Presidio Press, 1976. — ISBN 0-89141-080-5 |Author=unknown U)
  • 12:56, 12 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M7 HMC at Arno river.png ({{Information |Description={{en|1=M7 self-propelled gun firing during training south of Arno river in Italy}} |Source=J. C. Hatlem, K. E. Hunter. — The war against Germany and Italy: Mediterranean and adjacent areas, Volume 1. — Government Printing Of)
  • 12:27, 7 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Priest of 1st Armoured Division in North Africa, 2 November 1942 (E 18869).jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942; A Priest 105mm self-propelled gun of 1st Armoured Division is prepared for action}} |Source={{IWM Collections|E 18869|}} |Author=Groom (Sgt) No 1 Army Film & Photographic Unit |Date=)
  • 12:15, 7 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Priest SPH in Burma, 7 March 1945 (SE 3361).jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=THE BRITISH ARMY IN BURMA 1945; Priest 105mm self-propelled gun}} |Source={{IWM Collections|SE 3361|}} |Author=Taylor E A (Capt) No 9 Army Film & Photographic Unit |Date=7 March 1945 |Permission={{PD-UKGov}} |other_versio)
  • 11:52, 7 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Priest in action at Anzio (NA 11634).jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=THE BRITISH ARMY IN ITALY 1944; A Priest 105mm self-propelled gun in action at Anzio}} |Source={{IWM Collections|NA 11634|}} |Author=Menzies (Sgt) No 2 Army Film & Photographic Unit |Date=31 January 1944 |Permission={{PD-)
  • 11:44, 7 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Priest of 3rd Infantry Division in UK, 1944 (H 37994).jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45; Priest 105mm self-propelled gun of 303rd Battery, 76th Highland Field Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Emsworth, Hampshire}} |Source={{IWM Collections|H 37994|}} |Author=Woo)
  • 10:19, 2 August 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:M7 Priest at APG.jpg ({{Information |Description=M7 Priest preserved along the entrance road just inside the main gate of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland |Source=original uploader's own work |Date=June 2006 |Author=en:user:Yellowute |Permission={{PD-user-w|en|English Wi)
  • 09:51, 29 April 2010 Saə (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Combat Car T5.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Combat Car T5, predecessor of M1 Combat Car/Light Tank and, partially, Light Tank M2 Series. Removable windshields and canvas covers over open-top turrets are fitted.}} |Source=R. P. Hunnicutt. Stuart: A History of the Am)
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