26th Infantry, anti-tank company

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January 29th, 2010, 6:15 pm #11

That doesn't look small enough to be a 37 to me. A 37 would not need five men (even in mud) to move it.

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Roy,

look at the single photo that I posted, which is two photos cropped together as one for ease of posting. Garys' description of the two weapons was correct. I merely posted that picture to show that the designated personnel carrier, the M3/M3A1 was often used in the prime mover role even though the M2/M2A1, which had large stowage bins up front to hold the ammunition of the weapon it would tow would seem to make more sense.



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