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M25 Tank Transporter

Discussion in 'Allied Military vehicles used during WWII' started by Jim, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. Jim

    Jim New Member

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    A M25 Tank Transporter had been designed as a transporter/recovery unit for the 12th Armoured Division. Here the 134th Ordnance, tows a M4 Sherman tank that had lost its track due to a mine explosion in battle during the attack on the Maginot-Line pillboxes near Rahlingen, France.

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    The M25 Tank Transporter in three-quarter front and rear view taken from the Technical Manual (top) and the “real thing” as displayed in France, 1994, taking part in the festivities celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Allied landing in Normandy 1944 (below).

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    Dragon Wagon

    The M25 Tank Transporter or Dragon Wagon was introduced in US by Knuckey Truck Company in year 1941. The highest speed at which this Dragon Wagon can run was 26mph.

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