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M3A1 Stuart tank being towed by 2 G503 jeeps. Circa 1943, location unknown. The Stuart in the picture has a welded hull which replaced the original riveted armor on pre-1942 Stuarts. Note the "barrel" shaped tanks on each sponson. These 25 gallon tanks were encased in a bullet-sealing covering and carried extra gas (or diesel) effectively doubling the Stuart's range to 140-180 miles.

M3A1 Stuart tank being towed by 2 G503 jeeps. Circa 1943, location unknown. The Stuart in the picture has a welded hull which replaced the original riveted armor on pre-1942 Stuarts. Note the "barrel" shaped tanks on each sponson. These 25 gallon tanks were encased in a bullet-sealing covering and carried extra gas (or diesel) effectively doubling the Stuart's range to 140-180 miles.

M3A3 Stuart tank was the most numerous type of tanks Provisional Tank Group. Barely visible yellow diamond insignia on the front plate of the tank identify 3rd Company, 1st Battalion.

M3A3 Stuart tank was the most numerous type of tanks Provisional Tank Group. Barely visible yellow diamond insignia on the front plate of the tank identify 3rd Company, 1st Battalion.

The crew of a light tank Stuart M3A3 Tank Group China Time in Burma. The driver and gunner dressed in overalls and helmets of American-style glasses. Tank commander - in khaki uniforms brianskoe. The body of the tank is covered with a camouflage net

The crew of a light tank Stuart M3A3 Tank Group China Time in Burma. The driver and gunner dressed in overalls and helmets of American-style glasses. Tank commander - in khaki uniforms brianskoe. The body of the tank is covered with a camouflage net

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