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Lewis machine gun and U.S. Marine

M4 Sherman medium tank, early production with driver-operated twin, fixed mount .30 cal. machine guns in front in addition to the bow ball mount .30 cal. mg. The driver's twin machine guns were dropped from Shermans produced after 6 March 1942.

B-17 Tail gunner's position. IMG_1434 by Vern Snow, via Flickr

The crew of a Bren gun carrier proudly advertise their Scottish heritage, 27 October 1942.

Tank Artillery Gun Fire

SdKfz 9 Famo was the biggest/most powerful prime mover/tractor of WW2. It was well liked by its men but too few were made by the Germans and were in short supply. This vehicle was used to pull flak guns or very heavy artillery or as a tank recovery vehicle. Even so, it took three of these to tow 1 Tiger Tank and many tanks had to be abandoned as a result. This was one of the few vehicles that could operate against the Russians in all conditions. Eventually the Germans mounted flak on the body.

Now that's a bullet! A-10 Warthog ammo... 30 mm cannon. Didnt know what to do with the gun so they built a plane around it. Outstanding.

A British Hawker Hurricane being loaded with ammunition and fuel: Battle of Britain 1940.

Soldiers of the Royal Artillery are pictured firing 105mm Light Guns during an exercise.

Rascal self-propelled artillery