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1ST CAVALRY DIVISION MUSEUM, FORT HOOD, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, USA



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Location Category ID:
93000
Address: 1st Cavalry Division Museum, Building 2218, P.O. Box 5178, Fort Hood, TX 76544
Telephone: 254-286-5684
Email: i1stcavalrydiv [at] hot.rr.com (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 0900-1600 Monday-Friday, 1000-1600 Saturday, 1200-1600 Sunday and Training Holidays. Closed Christmas, New Year’s Day, Easter and Thanksgiving. Foreign visitors should telephone a few days in advance.
Official Website: 1st Cavalry Division Museum
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Other Links: Xenophon
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Latitude, Longitude: 31.13977505 , -97.77113467
Location Accuracy: 7
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The 1st Cavalry Division Museum was established to collect, preserve, interpret, exhibit and educate military personnel and the general public on the history of the 1st Cavalry Division and its subordinate units. Exhibits and vehicle displays trace the history of the 1st Cavalry Division from its beginnings on the American Frontier to recent service on the streets of Baghdad. It exhibits more than 150 years of cavalry uniforms, equipment and arms from sabres to assault helicopters. It highlights the cavalry's evolving role in conflicts since the Civil War, with an emphasis on combat during World War II, in Korea and in Vietnam. The museum has an outdoor display that features a wide selection of historical equipment, including artillery, tanks, trucks and captured foreign weapons.

1st Cavalry Division Museum



Location ID:
93000
Latitude, Longitude:31.13977505, -97.77113467
Location Accuracy:7



1) M3 Stuart Light Tank American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1899

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Unique ID: 1899
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Other Identification: Japanese flag insignia painted on left hull side.

This Stuart appears to have been painted to depict a vehicle captured and used by the Japanese; it is not known if this vehicle was used in that way.


2) M3A1 Stuart Light Tank American


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1900

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Unique ID: 1900
Serial Number:
Registration: 30759 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Name:
Other Identification: “1C-603 -A-10” painted on nose. White star painted on glacis.


3) M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank American


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1
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Unique ID: 1901
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Other Identification: “1CAV-9CAV” painted on right of glacis and left rear mud flap. “1R-HQ-37” painted on left of glacis. “37” on Cavalry Branch guidon painted on turret sides.


4) M44 Self-Propelled Howitzer American


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Unique ID: 1902
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Other Identification: White star painted on right superstructure side.


5) M4A3 (105) Sherman Tank American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1903

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Unique ID: 1903
Serial Number: 56625 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Registration: 30103307 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Name:
Other Identification: White stars painted on hull sides, glacis and turret sides.


6) M4A3 (76) HVSS Sherman Tank American


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2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1904

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Unique ID: 1904
Serial Number: 43944 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Registration: 30100178 (source: P.-O. Buan/USAHAR).
Name:
Other Identification: ‘Roaring tiger’ painted on glacis. “IC-70” and “C-5” painted on glacis. White stars painted on hull sides and rear, and on turret sides.


7) M7 Priest Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1905

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Unique ID: 1905
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Other Identification: White stars painted on transmission cover and right superstructure side.


8) M43 Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1906

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Unique ID: 1906
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Other Identification: “1C-F” painted on front right mud flap. “HQ-10” painted on front left mud flap. White stars painted on superstructure sides and glacis.


9) M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1907

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Unique ID: 1907
Serial Number: 65332 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
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Other Identification: “B10”? and “1C-B-27”? painted on glacis. White star painted on left superstructure side.


10) M47 Patton Tank American


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1908

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Unique ID: 1908
Serial Number: 8537 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Registration: 3C168736 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Name:
Other Identification:


11) M48 Patton Tank American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1909

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Unique ID: 1909
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Other Identification: White stars painted on glacis and right turret side.


12) M48 Patton Tank American


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Unique ID: 1910
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13) M60 Tank American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1911

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Unique ID: 1911
Serial Number: 504 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Registration: 9B3C31 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
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Other Identification:


14) M60A1 Tank American


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1912

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Unique ID: 1912
Serial Number: 8800 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
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This M60A1 has the RISE upgrade (source: N. Baumgardner/USAHAR).


15) M60A3 Tank American


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1913

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Unique ID: 1913
Serial Number: 7241, 3079A after AAD rebuild (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
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This M60A3 is fitted with explosive reactive armour (ERA). It was one of five so equipped for testing (source: N. Baumgardner/USAHAR).


16) M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1914

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Unique ID: 1914
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Other Identification: “1CAV 8E” painted on right side of dozer. “C410” painted of left side of dozer. Painted overall desert sand.


17) M1E1 Abrams Tank American


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2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1915

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Unique ID: 1915
Serial Number: D790, Turret: 569 (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Registration: JE01EW (source: J. Button/USAHAR).
Name:
Other Identification: “1CAV 1-8CAV” previously painted on right of nose and left hull rear. “C50” previously painted on left of nose. Painted overall desert sand.


18) M110A2 Self-Propelled Howitzer American


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1917

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Unique ID: 1917
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Other Identification: Painted overall desert sand.


19) M109A3 Self-Propelled Howitzer American


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Unique ID: 1916
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Other Identification: Painted overall desert sand.


20) M163 Vulcan ADS Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun American


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1918

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Unique ID: 1918
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Other Identification: “1CAV 45ADA” painted on front right mud flap. “C23” painted on front left mud flap. Painted overall desert sand.

On the left side of this vehicle is painted an award as follows:

SSG SMITH
SGT HAWS
SPC NORL ND
SPC IDLE


21) M981 FISTV Anti-Tank Guided Missile Carrier American


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2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1919

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Unique ID: 1919
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Other Identification: “1CAV 3-82 F” painted on front right mud flap. “HQ-45” painted on front left mud flap. Painted overall desert sand.

On both sides of this vehicle is painted an award as follows:

TOP COLT
SSG GRIFFIN
SPC DE LEON
PFC BELMONTEZ
PFC KRAGIE


22) PT-76B Amphibious Light Tank Soviet


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1920

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Unique ID: 1920
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Other Identification: Red star painted on right hull side.


23) 2S1 Self-Propelled Howitzer Soviet


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1921

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Unique ID: 1921
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Other Identification: White insignia on red circle painted on right turret side. Painted overall desert sand.

It is presumed that this 2S1 was captured during the first Gulf War.


24) T-55 Tank Soviet


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2
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1922

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Unique ID: 1922
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Other Identification: “9” painted on left front of turret. Painted overall desert sand.

It is presumed that this T-55 was captured during the first Gulf War.


25) Type 69 Tank Soviet / Chinese


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6
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1923

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Unique ID: 1923
Serial Number:
Registration: 7177: “٧۱٧٧” (Arabic) painted on plate on glacis.
Name:
Other Identification: “37=3=24” cast into left turret rear. Painted overall desert sand.

This Type 69 was captured by the First Cavalry Division during Operation Desert Storm (source: Sixpounder/Flickr).


26) WZT-2 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet / Polish


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1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1924

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Unique ID: 1924
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Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall desert sand.

It is presumed that this recovery vehicle was captured during the first Gulf War.


27) T-72M Tank Soviet


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Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1925

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Unique ID: 1925
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Other Identification: Painted overall desert sand.

It is presumed that this T-72 was captured during the second Gulf War.