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155mm French Schneider Howitzer

This restored M1917 French Schneider Howitzer is the same type of gun used by the 1st Battalion, 5th …

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M1 Abrams Tank

The M1 Abrams is known for its stabilized gun and ability to shoot accurately on the move. In additi …

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M113A2 APC

The M113 APC increased mobility, provided mobile armored protection for up to 11 soldiers, and was a …

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M1902 3-Inch Field Gun

The 1902 3-inch gun was the Army’s first steel, rifled, breech loading, recoiling field gun. These c …

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M1917 Light Tank

The M1917 Light Tank was the first official tank for the US Army. It was based on the French FT-17 R …

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M24 Chaffee Tank

The M24 Chaffee was produced during World War II in an attempt to provide adequate armor protection …

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M41A3 Walker Bulldog

The M41 series of light tanks were quick and maneuverable with a top speed of 45 mph. They were desi …

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M46 Patton Tank

The end of World War II and the subsequent rise of the Cold War created a need for a main battle tan …

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M47 Patton Tank

As the Cold War continued, the need for better tanks in large numbers grew. The M47 followed the M46 …

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M48 Patton Tank

The M48 Patton was developed during the Cold War to replace the M47 as the US Army’s main battle tan …

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M5 Stuart Tank

The M5 Stuart was the Army’s standard light tank at the beginning of World War II. It was primarily …

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M551A1 Sheridan

The Sheridan was an armored reconnaissance/airborne assault vehicle rather than a tank. Its hull was …

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