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M5 Gun Motor Carriage. By 1941 the US realized the need for a self-propelled anti-tank gun larger than the 37mm. This interesting design mounted the 3-inch M1917 gun on a Cletrac M2 fast tractor, a vehicle used by the USAAF to move aircraft. There was no platform for the crew, who dismounted to fire the gun. The M5 was never produced, as the M3 half-track was considered to be a better carriage for the gun.

M5 Gun Motor Carriage. By 1941 the US realized the need for a self-propelled anti-tank gun larger than the 37mm. This interesting design mounted the 3-inch M1917 gun on a Cletrac M2 fast tractor, a vehicle used by the USAAF to move aircraft. There was no platform for the crew, who dismounted to fire the gun. The M5 was never produced, as the M3 half-track was considered to be a better carriage for the gun.

T110 version fifth (T110E5) - Chrysler's proposal of new heavy tank armed with 120 mm gun. Only drawnings and sketches exist

T110 version fifth (T110E5) - Chrysler's proposal of new heavy tank armed with 120 mm gun. Only drawnings and sketches exist

FV4401 Contentious

FV4401 Contentious

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Polish T-55 tanks on parade

Polish T-55 tanks on parade

Photo of Polish People's Army (LWP) T-55 tank in the field, Cold War timeframe

Photo of Polish People's Army (LWP) T-55 tank in the field, Cold War timeframe

T-54A

T-54A

Tanks in Gdansk, winter 1981

Tanks in Gdansk, winter 1981

This T-54A has markings like T-34/85 "Rudy 102" from famous Polish tv series "Czterej pancerni i pies" (Four tankmen and dog)

This T-54A has markings like T-34/85 "Rudy 102" from famous Polish tv series "Czterej pancerni i pies" (Four tankmen and dog)