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M4 Medium Tank:
United States' M4 Medium Tank

M4 Medium Tank in Normandy in June 1944.
United States' M4 Medium Tank in Normandy in June 1944

M4 and M3 medium tanks at Fort Knox:
United States' M4 and M3 medium tanks at Fort Knox
Mark Holloway

M4 medium tank's assistant driver position
United States' M4 medium tank's assistant driver position
U.S. Ordnance Dept.

M4 Medium Tank with the 3rd Army crossing the Siegfried line in 1945.
United States' M4 Medium Tank with the 3rd Army crossing the Siegfried line in 1945
M4 Medium Tank with the 761st Tank Battalion, Charlie Company
United States' M4 Medium Tank with 761st Tank Battalion

M4 Medium Tank, "Davy Jones", with extra wood planks to help prevent magnetic mines from sticking. On the hatches are nails welded.
United States' M4 Medium Tank with wood planks and nails on the hatches

M4 Medium Tank with the 11th Armored Division:
United States' M4 11th Armored

M4 Medium Tank with cast front plant and steel rear.
United States' M4 Medium Tank with a cast front plate and steel in the rear
Mark Holloway

M4 Medium Tank with cast front plant and steel rear.
United States' M4 Medium Tank with a cast front plate and steel in the rear
Mark Holloway
M4 Medium Tank with cast front plant and steel rear.
United States' M4 Medium Tank with a cast front plate and steel in the rear
Mark Holloway

M4 Medium Tank in McMillian's 2nd Platoon, C Company, 2nd Tank Battalion at Garapan, Saipan on July 4, 1944:
United States' M4 Medium Tank in McMillian's 2nd Platoon, C Company, 2nd Tank Battalion at Garapan, Saipan on July 4, 1944


M4 Medium Tank:
United States' M4 Medium Tank
U.S. Ordnance Dept.

M4 Medium Tank moving through a town:
United States' M4 Medium Tank moving through a town

M4 Medium Tank:
United States' M4 Medium Tank

M4 Medium Tank destroyed in Normandy in 1944:
United States'  Medium Tank destroyed in Normandy in 1944

M4 Medium Tank in Normandy:
United States' M4 Medium Tank in Normandy

M4 Medium Tank with the 5th Battalion on Iwo Jima:
United States' M4 Medium Tank with the 5th Battalion on Iwo Jima


M4 Medium Tank with the 761st Battalion, Charlie Company:
United States' M4 Medium Tank with the 761st Battalion, Charlie Company


M4 Medium Tank in Normandy:
United States' M4 Medium Tank in Normandy

M4 Medium Tank with a M19 flotation device:
United States' M4 Medium Tank with a M19 flotation device
M4 105 mm Medium Tank:
United States' M4 105 mm Medium Tank
M4 105 mm Medium Tank:
United States' M4 105 mm Medium Tank
Aberdeen Tank Museum
M4 105 mm Medium Tank:
United States' M4 105 mm Medium Tank
Imperial War Museum
M4 Firefly Medium Tank:
United States' M4 Medium Tank, Firefly
M4 Duplex-Drive Medium Tank with screens down.
United States' M4 Duplex Drive Medium Tank with screens down
M4 Duplex-Drive Medium Tank with screens up.
United States' M4 Duplex Drive Medium Tank
5th Battalion M4 Medium Tank being recovered on Red Beach at Iwo Jima
United States' 5th Battalion, M4 Medium Tank at Iwo Jima
M4 Medium Tank towing a half track at Sidi Bou Zid, North Africa:
United States' M4 Medium Tank towing a half track at Sidi Bou Zid, North Africa
U.S. Army in World War II - Pictorial Record, 1951
M4E6 Medium Tank:
United States' M4E6 Medium Tank
M4 Crab Medium Tank in Normandy in 1944.
United States' M4 Medium Tank, Crab, in Normandy in 1944
M4 Crab Medium Tank in use. Turret is reversed to keep dirt from getting inside of barrel.
United States' M4 Medium Tank, Crab, in use with turret reversed
M4 Crab Medium Tank:
United States' M4 Medium Tank, Crab, with mine rollers
T1E3 Medium Tank Mine Roller:
United States' T1E3 Mine Roller
provided by Allard Koene
POA-CWS 75-H1, has additional wooden planks bolted to sides to help against magnetic mines.
United States' M4 Medium Tank, POA-CWS 75-H1, flame thrower
POA-CWS 75H-1
United States' POA-CWS 75H-1 Flame Thrower
U.S. Army
M32 Armored Recovery Vehicle:
United States' M32 Armored Recovery Vehicle
M32 Armored Recovery Vehicle:
United States' M32 Armored Recovery Vehicle
M34 Full Track Prime Mover:
United States' M34 Full Track Prime Mover
20th Century American Military History Crucial Site

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