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Author Topic: US Light Tanks  (Read 2341 times)
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« on: 31 October 2009, 17:44:57 »

Here is a postcard (from the 1930s?) of a US M2A2 or -A3 (A3 had thicker armor, I don't know which this is) from the front.  The hull mounted machine gun is a .50 calibre while the two turret-mounted weapons are .30 calibre machine guns.  The turrets had 270-degree rotation coverage and it really shows that the driver and machine-gunner were either rather exposed or rather blind with this front. 
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