Generaloberst Heinz Guderian visited the 13./SS-Panzer-Regiment 1 of the Leibstandarte Division in his capacity as Inspector General of the Armored Forces in mid-April 1943, Kharkov area, Ukraine. The company commander’s tank Tiger ‘405’ is displayed for Guderian.
US Captain Willard V. Horne, Communications Officer hands the BC-603 receiver of the SCR-528 mobile radio to Lt. Stanley James.
They are an M4A3 Sherman B-17 from ‘B’ Company, 25th Tank Battalion, 14th Armored Division in the Alsace town of Ohlungen. March 24, 1945.
(Note the M-1 Carbine leaning against the Sherman turret)
The American multiple launch rocket system T34 calliope (T34 Calliope) at the base of the tank M4A3(75) Sherman with the name “Annabelle” of the 14th armored division of the U.S. district Obermodern (Obermodern), France. March 3, 1945.
Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler examines a Tiger tank with SS-Hauptsturmführer Herbert Zimmermann (left), the commander of the 8./SS-Panzer-Regiment 2 of the Das Reich Division, Kharkov area, Ukraine, 24 April 1943. In the hands of the Waffen-SS the Tiger will rule.
This was the first tank crew of the 41st Tank Battalion, 11th Armored Division, 3rd US Army to reach the Rhine in the breakthrough. Crew members are: Cpl. William Hanse, Private Marvin Aldridge, T/4 John Latimi, Cpl. Vincent Merreale and Cpl. Sidney Mayer, 21 March 1945. Shown is a M4A3E8 Sherman tank with added armor.
U.S. Army Soldiers with the 2nd Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Regiment and 173rd Airborne Brigade, together with Canadian soldiers with the 5th Mechanized Brigade and German soldiers of the 10th Armored Division, attack simulated enemy combatants while conducting a defense operation during exercise Allied Spirit IV at the U.S. Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels Training Area, Germany, Feb. 2, 2016.