Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf.G (Sd.Kfz. 142/1- 7.5cm StuK L/48) captured during January-February 1945 in the ‘Battle of the Bulge’ by the US 104th Infantry Division. #StuG
This final production model was equipped with a Saukopf cast mantlet and an extra concrete layer, also on this vehicle can be seen an MP.44 assault rifle.
The 104th actively defended its sector near Duren and Merken from 15 December 1944 to 22 February 1945. Then it moved across the Roer taking Huchem-Stammeln, Birkesdorf, and North Duren. On 5 March, after heavy fighting, it entered Koln. After defending the west bank of the Rhine, the Division crossed the river at Honnef, 22 March 1945, and attacked to the east of the Remagen bridgehead. After a period of mopping up and consolidation, it participated in the trap of enemy troops in the Ruhr pocket. The 104th repulsed heavy attacks near Medebach and captured Paderborn, 1 April 1945. After regrouping, it advanced to the east and crossed the Weser River on the 8th, blocking enemy exits from the Harz Mountains. The Division then crossed the Saale River and took Halle in a bitter 5-day struggle, 15 to 19 April. The sector to the Mulde River was cleared by the 21st, and after vigorous patrolling, the Division contacted the Red Army at Pretzsch, 26 April. The 104th left for home and inactivation 27 June. (history.army.mil)
Colourised by Allan White from Australia)

It’s done @karesera! I cut like 5 inches (an inch is like 2,5cm right?)
I usually flatiron the ends, but I don’t think that’s something you should do right after a haircut…

(ignore my face, I haven’t slept well in 5 days, I’m blaming you Sheeran)