Tanks M4 Sherman from the company With the 89th tank battalion of the American army with a “mask of the devil”, inflicted to intimidate the enemy; Korea; ~ March 1951 .
The crew of a M4 Sherman train with their gas-masks on, 1942.
Group portrait of the crew of the Soviet tank M4A2(75)W “Sherman” in Vienna.
Abandoned WW2 Sherman Tank, Saipan [2048×1350]
Gonna get water in my nose!
M4 Sherman of the French 2nd Armored Division.
After the end of the Second world war, the Americans carried out another, a few modernization of tanks “Sherman” modifications M4A1 and M4A3 (probably several hundred tanks were modified). The combat vehicles were rearmed from 75mm M3 guns to 76mm M1, and the upgrade was carried out without replacing the turret. Updated “Sherman” got indices E6 and E4, becoming М4А1Е6 and М4А3Е4 respectively. Some tanks were equipped with bulldozer dumps and received the word “Dozer” in addition to the index"
M4A1E4 tanks of the Yugoslav army on maneuvers. 50’s years.
In total, the Yugoslav military received from the United States 630 “Shermans” of various modifications, which served to replace the more modern Soviet T-54 and T-55. A separate machine is preserved in the storage depots took part in the Yugoslav wars in the 90-ies.
Late in its service career.
M3 M4 maneuvers