GMC DUKW (Real photo)
Drive configuration : 6X6
Water Speed : 6.4 mph
Cargo Space : 196 cu ft
Maximum Load : 5,000 lbs
Weight : 4,460 lbs

DUKWs sa action in every theater during the war. Today many of the surviving vehicles are used in the tourism industry to move people in water and land in cities such as Boston. Collectors also favor these machines because of their versatility and affordability.

Mack NO2 7.5 ton (Real photo)
Drive configuration : 6X6
Engine : Mack EY 6 cyl
Horse Power : 159 hp

M3 Halftrack (Real photo)
Total Production : 20,499

Halftracks were employed all over Europe to transport troops, tow artillery and many other assignments. After the war these vehicles have been employed to fight forest fires, as farm equipment and, most recently, they have ended up in the hands of military collectors.

A variation of the M3 haltrack was outfitted with a 75mm cannon. This configuration saw action in the Italian front and was most commonly employed to provide troops with fire support.

Total production: 2,202

Browning Machine Gun (Real photo)
Caliber: 30 (7.62mm)
Weight : 31 lbs
Muzzle Velocity : 2,800 feet/sec
Barrel length : 24 inches

82mm Mortar M41/43(Real photo)
Caliber: 82 mm
Rate of fire : 15-20 rpm
Firing mechanism : Drop
Elevation : 45-80 Degrees
Range: 3,100 meters
Barrel length : 48 inches
Weight : 99 lbs

M1 Antitank Rocket Launcher(Real photo)
Caliber: 2.36 inches
Weight : 13.25 lbs
Length : 54 inches
Muzzle Vel: APC 300 feet/sec
Penetration : 80 mm
Firing Mechanism : Electric. 2 batteries in pistol grip
Projectile types : HEAT Projectile Weight : 3.4 lbs Maximum Range : 400 yards Barrel Type: Smoothbore

37mm Gun M3A1(Real photo)
Caliber: 37mm
Weight : 990 lbs
Elevation : -10 to +15 gegrees
Muzzle Vel: APC 2,900 feet/sec
Barrel length : 82.5 inches
Penetration : 2 inches in 1000 yards
Breech Mechanism : Vertical sliding block
Projectile types : APC and HE

Landing Craft (Real photo)

M4 Sherman Tank (Real photo)
Crew: 5
Weight :30 Tons
Height to hatch: 9 Feet

The Sherman tank is credited with playing a key role to achieving victory in the European front. While this tank could not survive a one to one fight with a Tiger tank, the massive numbers in which they were produced provided it with the necessary advantage over any other armored vehicle in the war.
After the conflict Sherman tanks were sold to other nations and to the public where they were employed in the demolition of buildings, parades and other activities.

A Sherman tank entering a recently liberated town in France. (Real Photo)