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UNIQUE ID 1361: ZSU-23-4 SELF-PROPELLED ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUN

Mississippi Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, USA

(Location: External Display Area)


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Unique ID: 1361
Added to Database: 25 October 2010
Last Edited: 25 October 2010
Type (ID): ZSU-23-4 (2210)
Model (ID): ZSU-23-4 (2210)
Location Category (ID): Mississippi Armed Forces Museum (74100)
Location (ID): External Display Area (74110)
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall desert sand.
Collection Reference:
Links: Wikipedia: 24th Infantry Division
References:
Associated Tanks:

Location History:
(see map)

1: Factory 40 Metrovagonmash (MMZ), Mytishchi, Moscow Oblast, Moscow Region, Russia (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
2: First Gulf War, Location Unknown, Kuwait (Captured by U.S. 24th Infantry Division)
3: Fort Stewart Museum, Fort Stewart, Liberty County, Georgia, USA (Probable transit location)
4: Mississippi Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, Forrest County, Mississippi, USA (Current location)


Text in original Preserved Soviet Tanks publication:

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Text in Preserved Soviet Tanks Update:

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Text in original Preserved Tanks In USA publication:

The label for this vehicle states: “This vehicle was captured by the U.S. 24th Infantry Division during the Persian Gulf Conflict. Restoration courtesy of SSG Charles I. Eppling, MSARNG”. After returning to the United States in spring 1991, the 24th Infantry Division was reorganized with two brigades at Fort Stewart and the 3rd Brigade reactivated at Fort Benning, Georgia, replacing the 197th Infantry Brigade (source: Wikipedia).


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March 2009

Upper front left view
1: Upper front left view

Taken: 29 March 2009
Contributor: J. Daneri
Photo ID: 3836
Added: 26 October 2010
Filename: Dig_ZSU2...
Views: 291
Select/Has Priority: 21/0
    

    

    

October 2008

Front right view, photo by J. Wentzel
2: Front right view, photo by J. Wentzel

Taken: 28 October 2008
Contributor: Flickr
Photo ID: 3856
Added: 30 October 2010
Filename: 37887548...
Views: 988
Select/Has Priority: 21/0
    

 

Exhibit label, photo by J. Wentzel
3: Exhibit label, photo by J. Wentzel

Taken: 28 October 2008
Contributor: Flickr
Photo ID: 3857
Added: 30 October 2010
Filename: 37887559...
Views: 215
Select/Has Priority: 21/0