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.
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