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Colddawg #1 Posted May 27 2018 - 16:49

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Was searching for information on the M312B1 w/ Fuze PD M48A3 when I ran into an interesting PDF online.  I browsed through it and something on page 12 caught my eye.  Thought I would share this since it seemed pretty unique and uncommon.  Anyone have information on this program?

 

 

EDIT:  If you didn't look at the PDF, the M5 Stuart is listed on page 14, this specifically talks about the M3 variant.


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RRR3 #2 Posted May 27 2018 - 18:01

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You mean this many American vehicles actually existed, wow. Lol I want more napkin tanks please!

shapeshifter #3 Posted Jul 06 2018 - 01:33

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View PostColddawg, on May 27 2018 - 10:49, said:

Was searching for information on the M312B1 w/ Fuze PD M48A3 when I ran into an interesting PDF online.  I browsed through it and something on page 12 caught my eye.  Thought I would share this since it seemed pretty unique and uncommon.  Anyone have information on this program?

 

armour layout from ballistic tests done on it.

https://imgur.com/a/P40J3Jw

ket101 #4 Posted Jul 06 2018 - 02:32

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M3A3 was at one time planned as a tank for the game.

Beausabre #5 Posted May 08 2019 - 14:34

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While the US forces were reequipped with the M5 (and eventually M5A1), the M3A3 was used to meet Lend-Lease commitments until US requirements were met, when the M5 became available for Lend-Lease.

  • M3A3 (Stuart V)
3,427 produced (January-November 1943)
Put into production to integrate hull improvements brought by the M5 into the M3 series. Turret with rear overhang to house SCR-508 radio. Welded hull with sloped armor, 20° in from the vertical, on front and sides.
 
https://tankarchives.blogspot.com/2017/05/light-tank-m3a3-american-emigrant.html
 

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