Preserved Tanks .com
    World Register of Surviving Historic Armoured Vehicles

Current Query: Full entry for the tank(s)/location: by Type and Update, Location & Update with Spare Photos, NavPix & Videos

U.S. ARMY ORDNANCE MUSEUM, ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, HARFORD COUNTY, MARYLAND, USA



Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps ASP.NET
Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps ASP.NET

MAP CONTROLS: Use slider or mousewheel to zoom, and hold down left mouse button to drag.
KEY: Location markers are coloured from Green meaning exact to Red meaning gone or unknown (details here)


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo

Click here or on the image for this location's profile page

Location Category ID:
70050
Address: United States Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen Boulevard, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Telephone: 410-278-3602
Email:
Opening Times: 9.00am – 4.45pm daily, closed National Holidays except Armed Forces, Memorial, Independence and Veterans’ Days. Request Day Pass at Maryland Avenue Gate.
Official Website: The U.S. Army Ordnance Museum
Other Links: Ordnance Museum Foundation
Wikipedia
Latitude, Longitude: 39.490794 , -76.14255
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: 1: Panzerjäger I Tank Destroyer - BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Koblenz District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Part of APG collection)
2: Panzerkampfwagen II Tank - National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA (1940s-1989)
3: Marder II Tank Destroyer - National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA (1940s-1989)
4: Wespe Self-Propelled Howitzer - BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Koblenz District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Estimated 1940s-early 1980s)
5: Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun - Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (From 1945)
6: Sturmhaubitze 42 Assault Gun - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until November 2012)
7: Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank - Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA (Until transferred)
8: Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer - Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (Until 1946)
9: Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until 1946)
10: Waffenträger leFH 18/1 auf GW IVb Weapon Carrier - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca November 2012)
11: Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär Assault Gun - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca November 2012)
12: Panther II Tank - National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA (About 1945)
13: Tiger Tank - Wheatcroft Collection, Leicester, Leicestershire, East Midlands, Britain (1943-1989)
14: Sturmtiger Assault Gun - Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (Estimated 1940s-1970s)
15: Tiger II Tank - Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (Until December 1960)
16: Tiger II Tank - National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA (Until September 1991)
17: 15cm sIG 33 Grille Self-Propelled Howitzer - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca 2010)
18: Marder I Tank Destroyer - Museé Des Blindés, Saumur, Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, France (Captured 1944)
19: MBT-70 Tank - Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA (Until ca1990s)
20: XM800 ARSV-T Light Tank - Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA (Dates unknown)
21: T92 Howitzer Motor Carriage - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca 2010)
22: Type 65 Self-Propelled Gun - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca 2012)
23: T-54A Tank - National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, Muscogee County, Georgia, USA (Until loaned out)
24: Semovente M41M da 90/53 Assault Gun - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca 2012)
25: Semovente da 149/40 Assault Gun - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until November 2010)
26: Schneider Tank - Museé Des Blindés, Saumur, Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, France (Seen in 1983 but gone by 2001)
27: Saint Chamond Tank - Museé Des Blindés, Saumur, Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, France (Seen in 1983 but gone by 2001)
28: Canon de 194 mle GPF Self-Propelled Howitzer - U.S. Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA (Until ca 2012)


[Note: As a result of the BRAC ‘base realignment’ process a large proportion of the vehicles at APG have been transferred to other bases and museums. This listing was originally compiled during the 1980s and is being updated in line with the changes that have taken place. In the meantime if you are planning to visit APG you should contact the base for the latest information first, particularly regarding any security restrictions on visitors.]

The U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, at Aberdeen Proving Ground, is located approximately half-way between Baltimore and Philadelphia and can be reached from either by following Interstate 95 (the Kennedy Highway) or Route 40 (the Pulaski Highway). It originated with the Calibre Board of 1918. This was convened in France to evaluate the lessons learned in World War I regarding the use of artillery and to make recommendations about future policies concerning its development by the U.S. Army. To do this all kinds of artillery equipment were shipped to Aberdeen Proving Ground for technical evaluation. A repository was organised there to store and catalogue the various items acquired from France and other sources. In the 1920s the decision was made to expand the museum's collection from purely artillery equipment to include small arms, military vehicles and armoured fighting vehicles, aircraft bombs and fire-control equipment.
The collection continued to grow until 1940 when the U.S. Armed Forces were rapidly expanded and the museum building was taken over for classroom use. The collection was stored out of doors where it quickly deteriorated until most of it was scrapped in 1942. In September of the same year a Foreign Materiel Section was established to study and report on foreign equipment, enormous amounts of which were forwarded to Aberdeen for evaluation and later became the nucleus of the post-war museum collection. The Foreign Materiel Board was disestablished soon after the end of hostilities but the museum section survived and became known as the Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum.
In 1962 when the U.S. Army underwent a major reorganisation the museum became an element of the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School. Its purpose was to support the various courses on Ordnance offered to military students and to use its collection to support Department of Defense research and development projects and intelligence studies.

Museum Building



Location ID:
70055
Latitude, Longitude:0, 0
Location Accuracy:0



28) Hetzer Tank Destroyer German / Czech


Number of Photos:
9
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 246

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 246
Serial Number: Chassis number 323814 (source: L. Archer)
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a three colour camouflage scheme.


406) M1917 Six-Ton Light Tank French / American


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1138

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 1138
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: U.S. Marine Corps insignia painted on nose.

This tank is the “First US Sample Tank”, and is on loan from the Smithsonian Institution (source: N. Baumgardner via AFNDB). It was previously at the USMC museum at Quantico.

Display Park

In 1967 as the expansion of U.S. Forces for the commitment in south-east Asia advanced, the museum building was again taken over, this time for use as a headquarters for the Army's Test and Evaluation Command. It appeared at that time that the Army might be forced to scrap the museum's collection in order to avoid the cost of maintaining it. A group of local citizens therefore formed a tax-free foundation for the purpose of building and donating a new home for the museum.
The Ordnance Museum was reopened to the public in 1973 and has continued to display large amounts of Ordnance equipment and materiel. The great diversity of this equipment is demonstrated by the range of items in the museum's collection. These include heavy ordnance such as tanks, self-propelled guns, towed artillery, missiles and personnel carriers; light ordnance such as small arms, heavy machine-guns, mortars, bazookas and recoilless rifles; and ammunition including tank ammunition, mortar bombs, land mines, rifle grenades and hand grenades.
Unusual items in the museum's collection include a German V2 rocket; "Anzio Annie", the only German railway gun known to have survived World War II; an example of the T-12 43,600lb aircraft bomb; and a U.S. 280mm atomic cannon. The collection also contains a large display of combat helmets and one of the most comprehensive exhibits of rifles and carbines in the world. This contains numerous experimental models and prototypes as well as standard models.
The smaller items in the museum's collection are displayed inside the museum building, while the larger ones are displayed outside. These larger exhibits, including most of the military vehicles, are, however, slowly deteriorating in an open area surrounding the museum building. There has been no attempt to display them in a truly meaningful way; most of them are simply arranged in rows, in an approximately chronological order, behind the building. Just behind it are the tanks, behind them are the self-propelled guns, and behind them are the towed artillery pieces. The armoured personnel carriers are displayed in rows beside the building.
Most of the U.S. vehicles, however, are displayed, again in approximately chronological order, along the central reservation of Maryland Boulevard. This road runs from Maryland Gate, one of the entrances to Aberdeen Proving Ground, to the museum area. There are also some vehicles on solitary display at various locations around Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Location ID:
70060
Latitude, Longitude:39.489536, -76.141005
Location Accuracy:7



1) Panzerkampfwagen I Tank German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 11

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 11
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. B model.


3) Panzerkampfwagen III Tank German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 107

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 107
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. J model.


4) Panzerkampfwagen III Tank German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 110

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 110
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. L model.


5) Panzerkampfwagen III Tank German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 116

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 116
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. N model.


6) Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 157

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 157
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. D model.


8) Panzerkampfwagen IV Thoma Tank German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 182

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 182
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a late production model that has been modified by the installation of an experimental hydraulic transmission. It has a greatly modified engine compartment and different sprockets and idlers.


9) Panther Tank German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 42

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 42
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. A model.


10) Panther Tank German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 54

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 54
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Turret number “301”.

This is a late-production Ausf. G model.


13) Jagdpanzer Kanone Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 296

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 296
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: White crosses painted on superstructure sides.


14) Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 135

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 135
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. G with box mantlet.


16) Sturmhaubitze 42 Assault Gun German


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 151

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 151
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a late-production Ausf. G with box mantlet.


18) Panzer IV/70 Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 203

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 203
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a late production model.


19) Nashorn Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 183

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 183
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


20) Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer German


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 188

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 188
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a late-production model.


22) Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 66

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 66
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Jagdpanther has the later bolted type of gun mounting.


23) Elefant Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 84

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 84
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is one of the reworked Elefants fitted with a hull-machine gun, extra mantlet protection and a commander's cupola.


24) Jagdtiger Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
6
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 223

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 223
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a Henschel version.


26) Marder III Tank Destroyer German / Czech


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 235

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 235
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf. M, SdKfz 138 model.


29) 15cm sFH 13/1 Auf GW Lorraine Schlepper Self-Propelled Howitzer German / French


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 282

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 282
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


30) PT-76B Amphibious Light Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 672

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 672
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Red star markings on front turret sides.

Model 2.


31) T-34 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 673

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 673
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a model 1941 with welded turret. Along with the other T-34-76 (#674) and the KV-1 (#677) at APG it was presented to the museum by the Soviet Government in October 1942.


32) T-34 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 674

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 674
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a model 1942 with cast turret. The left sides of its turret and hull have been cut open and then patched up. Along with the other T-34-76 (#673) and the KV-1 (#677) at APG it was presented to the museum by the Soviet Government in October 1942.


33) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 675

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 675
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This model 1944 has a 'flattened'-style turret and solid road-wheels.


34) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 676

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 676
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This model 1944 has a 'flattened'-style turret and spoked road-wheels. The left sides of its turret and hull have been cut open and then patched up.


35) KV-1 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 677

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 677
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a model 1941 with cast turret. Along with the two T-34-76 tanks (#673 and #674) at APG it was presented to the museum by the Soviet Government in October 1942.


36) IS-3 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 678

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 678
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


37) SU-76 Self-Propelled Gun Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 679

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 679
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This vehicle was captured during the Korean War.


38) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 680

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 680
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This SU-100 is missing its front mudguards.


39) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 681

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 681
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


41) Mark VIA Light Tank British


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 683

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 683
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This tank was obtained from the Canadian War Office in 1944.


42) Medium Mark A Whippet Tank British


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 684

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 684
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This tank was shipped to A.P.G. in 1919 for testing and evaluation and was afterwards transferred to the museum.


43) Medium Mark IIA Tank British


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 685

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 685
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This tank was captured by the Germans early in World War II and used by them until it was lost in action during the North African campaign. It was recovered by the British who consigned it, minus usable parts, to the steel mills in the U.S. as scrap. However it was saved and transferred to the museum instead.


44) A15 Crusader Tank British


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 686

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 686
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Mark III was obtained from the British War Office for tests in 1943, after which it was presented to the museum.


45) FV4201 Chieftain Tank British


Number of Photos:
5
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 340

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 340
Serial Number: 4: “SER Nº 4” marked in weld metal on glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Mark 1 is missing its searchlight.


46) Mark IV Heavy Tank British


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 687

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 687
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

Female. This tank was sent to A.P.G. for testing and evaluation in 1919 and was later placed in the museum.


47) A12 Matilda II Tank British


Number of Photos:
7
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 688

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 688
Serial Number:
Registration: “T10099”.
Name:
Other Identification:

According to Ordnance museum publications this Matilda was “lost to the Germans in a battle at Sidi Rezag-Halfaya Pass in November 1941, re-marked by the Germans and used as a pill box at the same pass until recaptured by the British after the battle of El Alemein in October 1942. Sent to the US as part of reverse Lend-Lease scrap shipments in 1943 and diverted from Brooklyn, N.Y. to the museum in 1944” (source: R. Smart, N. Baumgardner via AVFNDB). It was apparently recovered, as a hulk devoid of all usable parts, on its way to a steel mill. Even now there are clear indications of battle damage, including four small calibre hits and penetrations of the skirting plates on the right-hand side. In addition there is a large penetration of the upper left-hand side of the turret mantlet and this strike is likely to be what put the vehicle out of action. A contemporary photograph of a recaptured Matilda shows exactly the same distinctive damage marks on the right-hand side so it clearly depicts the same tank; it is marked with the War Department number T10099 so that identifies this vehicle.
The information that this Matilda was lost in the area of Sidi Rezegh and Halfaya Pass in November 1941 implies that it took part in Operation Crusader, which ran from 18 November to 30 December 1941. The aim of this operation… [edited for space]… It is clear that many Allied tank units were involved in Operation Crusader, however only 4RTR, 7RTR, 42RTR and 44RTR were equipped with Matildas so if it was captured in November 1941 then it is probable that this tank had been in action with one of these units.
An alternative explanation is that this tank was one of a dozen or so Matildas that were left behind Axis lines at the end of Operation Battleaxe (June 1941) and were put into service by the Germans. This could explain why the photograph of it on recapture shows it not in a bunker position, but instead with its engine bay open as though it had broken down in use.
In either case by 1941 the Matilda was starting to be replaced by the Valentine. The last major supply of Matildas to North Africa consisted of 135 vehicles transported on a convoy codenamed ‘Tiger’ that arrived in Alexandria on 12th May 1941. These vehicles were used to equip 4RTR and 7RTR. From photographic evidence, the WD number for this Matilda, T10099, is high compared to other Matildas in service at the time (which were typically of the form T6xxx and T7xxx) so it is credible that it arrived on this convoy and served with either 4RTR or 7RTR.


48) A22 Churchill Tank British


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 689

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 689
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Mark III is fitted with a 6pdr Mark V L/50 gun normally seen on Mark IVs. It was presented to the museum by the British Purchasing Commission following performance tests at A.P.G. in 1941.


49) M3A1 Stuart Light Tank American


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 690

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 690
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


50) Skeleton Tank American


Number of Photos:
3
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 691

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 691
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This was the only example of this type built.


51) M3 Grant I Tank American / British


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 692

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 692
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


52) M4A2 Sherman Firefly Tank American / British


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 693

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 693
Serial Number: 1405 (source: J. DeMarco via N. Baumgardner).
Registration: 3065484 (source: J. DeMarco via N. Baumgardner).
Name:
Other Identification:

This appears to be a standard early-production M4A2 hull (with direct-vision slots) fitted with a Firefly turret, rather than a factory conversion. It was the first M4A2 hull built by American Locomotive (source: J. DeMarco via N. Baumgardner).


53) M39 Armoured Utility Vehicle American


Number of Photos:
2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 669

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 669
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


54) Carro Armato M13/40 Tank Italian


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 694

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 694
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is a mid-production model with short mudguards. It is missing both exhaust silencers.


55) Semovente L40 da 47/32 Self-Propelled Gun Italian


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 695

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 695
Serial Number:
Registration: “RE 5343”
Name:
Other Identification:

During World War II, this vehicle was used at El Alamein and then later captured in the vicinity of Tobruk.


56) Semovente M40 da 75/18 Assault Gun Italian


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 696

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 696
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


59) Renault R-35 Light Tank French


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 699

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 699
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


62) SOMUA S-35 Tank French


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 702

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 702
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This tank was captured from the French by the Germans during one of the early tank battles of World War II. After the war it was found at a German proving ground and shipped to the U.S. for evaluation.


63) Type 95 Ha-Go Light Tank Japanese


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 29

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 29
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


64) Type 89 Otsu Tank Japanese


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 703

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 703
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


65) Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha Tank Japanese


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 704

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 704
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


66) Type 1 Ho-Ni I Tank Destroyer Japanese


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 705

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 705
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


67) LT-35 Light Tank Czech


Number of Photos:
4
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 706

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 706
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


55) MBT-70 Tank German / American


Number of Photos:
12
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 330

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 330
Serial Number: “A-00003” marked in weld metal on glacis plate, indicating Pilot 3 (but “NO. 5” painted on aft hull sides).
Registration: 09A003 67 (but “09A 005 67” painted on aft hull sides).
Name:
Other Identification: “NON-BALLISTIC” marked in weld metal on glacis plate. “U.S. ARMY” painted on aft hull sides. White stars painted on forward turret sides.


56) Type 653 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet / Chinese


Number of Photos:
1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 2443

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 2443
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

Storage



Location ID:
70065
Latitude, Longitude:0, 0
Location Accuracy:0



25) Marder III Tank Destroyer German / Czech


Number of Photos:
6
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 230

Click here or on the image for this tank's profile page

Unique ID: 230
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an SdKfz 139 model.