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  1. Bombardier
    Mil-smile01 Me too buddy.... in fact I only looked around because of your comment, I had no idea before that
  2. NebrHogger
    Okay - I'm on board with the experimental suspension Panzer III. I learn something every day whether I mean to or not! ;):D
  3. Bombardier
    The later Panzer III did indeed only have six road wheels mate but..... Much of the early development work on the Panzer III was a quest for a suitable suspension. Several varieties of...
  4. NebrHogger
    I'm not sure about the reparati0n angle. Locomotives sent to Russia as part of German war reparations had a letter R road number prefix. And that's not a pic of a Panzer III. Notice it has 8 road...
  5. Bombardier
    Thanks for the information about this aircraft @Matt Gunsch and welcome to MI.Net ;)
  6. Bombardier
    This photo has some explanation [IMG]
  7. Bombardier
    Here is another photo [IMG]
  8. BravoZulu
    How about Armee Kraftfahrzeug Park which may be right however, I can't even begin to think why someone would put that on the tanks if they would eventually be returned to service. I'm guessing...
  9. BravoZulu
    Cool @Matt Gunsch , excellent info and nice to hear from someone involved with the aircraft. Great job mate (Y)
  10. Matt Gunsch
    That is NX30CE. It was built by Carl Schmieder and a crew at the Deer Valley Airport in Phx AZ. I was one of them. We sold the plane to Lone Star in 1991, they in turn sold it the Tango Squadron....
  11. NebrHogger
    I thought it might be Armee Kraftzeug Park, but that doesn't quite fit.
  12. Bombardier
    Crusader III anti-aircraft tank with 40mm Bofors gun, at the Armoured Fighting Vehicle School, Gunnery Wing at Lulworth in Dorset, 1942.
  13. BravoZulu
    Re-enactor image
  14. BravoZulu
    Re-enactor day
  15. BravoZulu
    Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, left, gives a pep talk to U.S. 101st Airborne Division troops, in field, on eve of D-Day invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe.

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