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Centurion Action X: Britse tier 10 medium tank

Des commandos et un char Sherman DD dans Ouistreham au carrefour du Cheval Blanc, Sword Beach.

Des commandos et un char Sherman DD dans Ouistreham au carrefour du Cheval…

FV4005 Stage 2 - British prototype of tank destroyer armed in 183 mm gun

Stage Two, a British TD based on the Centurion tank, using a monstrous 183 mm cannon to decimate with HESH. In fire range testing on a decommissioned Conqueror, a single HESH rounds cracked its mantlet! That's 254 mm of armour spalling capability!

sdkfz 251 Wurfrahmen in action | by Net-Maquettes

The Wurfrahmen 40 ("launch frame here in action against Polish positions during the Warsaw Uprising). It was nicknamed Stuka zu Fuss ("Stuka on Foot" or "Walking Stuka") and Heulende Kuh ("Bellowing Cow").

AMX ELC (Engin Leger de Combat) - Unusual and interesting french project of hybrid light tank and tank destroyer. Very light construction (only 6,7 -7 tons), 2 crewmembers (driver and commander, who was also gunner/loader) and unusual turret - 360 degrees turn was possible only when tank was stopped.  Very thin armour and powerful 90 mm gun.

AMX ELC (Engin Leger de Combat) - Unusual and interesting french project of…

The Semovente 90/53 was a heavy Italian self-propelled gun and tank destroyer, used by the Italian and German Armies during World War II./ It was created by mounting a 90 mm Cannone da 90/53 anti-aircraft gun on top of an enlarged chassis of a M14/41 tank. Only 30 of these vehicles were produced, all in 1942.[1] This low production was due to Italy's limited industrial capability at the time, as well as high demand for the 90 mm gun for regular anti-aircraft duties.

The Semovente was the heaviest adaptation of the chassis, and was used as artillery support as well as tank hunting.

Japanese Type 3 Ho-Ni III tank destroyer, date unknown, photo 2 of 2

[Photo] Japanese Type 3 Ho-Ni III tank destroyer, date unknown, photo 2 of 2

Type III Ho-Ni Japanese tank / The Type 3 Ho-Ni III was a Japanese tank destroyer built to defend the home islands. It was never used in combat since the Japanese surrendered prior to an Allied invasion.

The British Sherman III nicknamed "Shaggy Dog", 8th Armored Brigade. It was later knocked out and replaced by a Sherman Ic Hybrid IIRC- "Shaggy Dog 2".

Ok, so this one isn't US, but it's a Sherman. The British Sherman III nicknamed "Shaggy Dog", Armored Brigade. It was later knocked out and replaced by a Sherman Ic Hybrid IIRC- "Shaggy Dog

Comet tank of 3rd Royal Tank Regiment, 11th Armoured Division, during the advance towards Lubeck, Germany, 2 May 1945.

Comet tank of Royal Tank Regiment, Armoured Division, during the advance towards Lubeck, Germany, 2 May

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