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#1 Harlan Garrett

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 10:02 AM

Turan IIIHungary replacement for the Turan I and II. It is that same chassis as the Turan II but with a revised turret and a long German 75mm gun (the German 76L48). It was in prototype stage when Germany occupty Hungary.I hate referencing websites, but here is one with basic information. http://www.wwiivehic...turan.aspHarlan

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 07:52 AM

That's great. I'll have to add it to the Secret Weapons Data Book.Here ia a site with a touch more info:http://mailer.fsu.edu/~akirk/tanks/hun/Hungary.html

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 11:42 AM

Thanks. The website has definitely has more detailed information.

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 09:49 AM

You are welcome. I have already completed the Update page for this on and will try to get it on the website this week.

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Posted 17 August 2007 - 01:27 PM

I found an Italian vehicle that would be a nice addition to Italian Secret Weapons: P-43 - a P-40 with 80mm armor and weight increased 30 tons.Happy War GamingHarlan

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Posted 20 August 2007 - 08:45 AM

Thanks Harlan! I am making a note and will get it added sometime soon. Where did you happan to find the info?

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Posted 20 August 2007 - 03:13 PM

I found it on Wikipedia. I know that is not the most reliable source, but it is a starting point. Harlan

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Posted 21 August 2007 - 06:09 AM

Thanks Harlan! :)

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 08:06 PM

BobI have a couple more vehicles that would be good additions to the Secret Weapons Book (all M-18 variants).M-18 90mm GMC - A short lived attempt to increase the firepower of the M18 by replacing the normal turret with the from the M36 90mm GMC. The war ended before any serious conversion program was contemplate. T-86 76mm Amphibian Gun Motor Carriage - An attempt to develop a more seaworthy alternative to the T7 Richie Swimming Device. Although it proved reasonably buoyant, it was difficult to operate in the sea and no serial production took place. M39 AUV with overhead armorM39 Sonic - M39 with loud speakers to broadcast tank noise. Used in combat in 1944-1945 in Italy and the ETO. There were also M10 variants as well. M18 with roof armor - The kits came too late and were never authorized.Korean War VersionM39 with 81mm mortar - 2nd Infantry Division coverted some of their M39 AUV into self-propelled 81mm mortar vehicles.M39 with Quad .50 - 32nd AAA Battalion mounted the Quad .50 turrets on their M39.Reference:New Vanguard 97 M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyers 1943 to 1997

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:23 AM

I found a couple more vehicles (all M-18 relatives) that would be good additions to the Secret Weapons Supplement:M18 with Roof Armor Kit - Roof armor kit were under trail at the end of the war. They came too late and were never authorized for productionT86 76mm amphibian gun motor carriage - Was an attempt to develop a more seaworthy alternative to the T7 device. Although this vehicle proved reasonably buoyant, it was difficult to operate in the sea and no serial production took place. T86 105mm amphibian gun motor carriage - Same as the T86, but with a 105mm howitzer.M18 90mm GMC - Was a short-lived attempt to increase the firepower of the M18 by replacing the normal turret with that from the M36 90mm GMC. The war ended before any serious conversion program was contemplated.M39 AUV with Roof Armor Kit - The vulnerability of the open troop compartment in the M39 AUV led to experiments with a simple roof armor kit over the hull opening, but this was not accepted for production.Sonic M-39 - The most secret version of the M18 was the "Sonic M39" one of a number of vehicles configured with a large retractable loud-speaker for broadcasting tank sounds to deceive enemy forces about the location of US units. Used in combat in 1944-45 in Italy and the ETO on these deception mission. There were also a M10 variant.M39 AUV with 81mm mortar - The 72nd Tank Battalion, 2nd ID converted some of their M39 AUVs into self-propelled 81mm mortar vehicles in 1952. (Korean War Variant)M39 AUV with Quad .50 cal - The 32nd AAA battalion decided that it would be more useful to mount their quad .50-cal machine turret on their M39 prime mover instead of towing it on a trailer. This was one of a number of field-expedient self-propelled weapons built using the M39 AUV in Korea. Source:New Vanguard 97 - M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer 1943-97, Steven J Zaloga; Osprey Publishing; 2004

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:46 AM

I found a couple more vehicles (all M-18 relatives) that would be good additions to the Secret Weapons Supplement:M18 with Roof Armor Kit - Roof armor kit were under trail at the end of the war. They came too late and were never authorized for productionT86 76mm amphibian gun motor carriage - Was an attempt to develop a more seaworthy alternative to the T7 device. Although this vehicle proved reasonably buoyant, it was difficult to operate in the sea and no serial production took place. T86 105mm amphibian gun motor carriage - Same as the T86, but with a 105mm howitzer.M18 90mm GMC - Was a short-lived attempt to increase the firepower of the M18 by replacing the normal turret with that from the M36 90mm GMC. The war ended before any serious conversion program was contemplated.M39 AUV with Roof Armor Kit - The vulnerability of the open troop compartment in the M39 AUV led to experiments with a simple roof armor kit over the hull opening, but this was not accepted for production.Sonic M-39 - The most secret version of the M18 was the "Sonic M39" one of a number of vehicles configured with a large retractable loud-speaker for broadcasting tank sounds to deceive enemy forces about the location of US units. Used in combat in 1944-45 in Italy and the ETO on these deception mission. There were also a M10 variant.M39 AUV with 81mm mortar - The 72nd Tank Battalion, 2nd ID converted some of their M39 AUVs into self-propelled 81mm mortar vehicles in 1952. (Korean War Variant)M39 AUV with Quad .50 cal - The 32nd AAA battalion decided that it would be more useful to mount their quad .50-cal machine turret on their M39 prime mover instead of towing it on a trailer. This was one of a number of field-expedient self-propelled weapons built using the M39 AUV in Korea. Source:New Vanguard 97 - M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer 1943-97, Steven J Zaloga; Osprey Publishing; 2004

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Posted 07 February 2010 - 12:33 PM

Bob,I have compiled a list of equipment that is missing from the Secret Weapons Data Book. A couple of the vehicles will qualify for the WWII Data Book:Mein Panzer Data UpdatesBulgariaPzKpfw V AYear: Early 1945Main Weapon: 75mm L70Move: 5/7Class: 5/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1/-/-Combat Stats: +2/-2/no/1Offensive Stats: 16/-/ 1*/ 8*/HVAP:21 Defensive Stats: N/+1/1/13/5/5/3 Notes: 9 BPV: 184PzKpfw V DYear: Early 1945Main Weapon: 75mm L70Move: 4/6Class: 5/-/-/-Combat Stats: +2/-2/no/1Offensive Stats: 16/-/ 1*/ 8*/HVAP:21 Defensive Stats: N/+1/1/13/5/5/3 Notes: 10 BPV: 181PzKpfw V GYear: Early 1945Main Weapon: 75mm L70Move: 5/7Class: 6/-/-/-Combat Stats: +2/-2/no/1Offensive Stats: 16/-/ 1*/ 8*/HVAP:21 Defensive Stats: N/+1/1/14/6/5/4 Notes: 10BPV: 191In early 1945, single Tank Battalion with three brigades (two medium tanks and single heavy tank brigade) was formed and was to be part of the 1st Bulgarian Army (part of the 3rd Ukrainian Front). All the vehicles to equip those units were captured German vehicles delivered by the Soviet Union. On March 17th of 1945, first Panther was delivered. The crews of the First Tank Battalion arrived from Sofia to the frontline in Hungary on April 11th of 1945. Three days later at Pana Deveger they received their Panthers from the Soviet forces - total of 15 tanks (including the single one delivered in March). Crew training started immediately under the supervision of Soviet instructor. Crews liked their tanks but complained about Soviet radio equipment and requested that the German radios were to be delivered. The end of the war came before Bulgarian crews finished their training so they never entered active service. At the end of May of 1945, Bulgarian Panthers were taken by train to Sofia and transferred to the First Tank Brigade. On March 1st of 1946, there were 15 Panthers in service including 14 functional and one in need of repairs. From 1945 to 1948, Soviet Union supplied Bulgaria with 738 armored fighting vehicles - 398 T-34/85 tanks and 340 SU-76M self-propelled guns. Further use of 15 Panthers became pointless. Panthers were then burried along the Bulgarian-Turkish border as pillboxes, while their Maybach engines were removed. It was planned to mount them in locomotives but it was not realized. The total of Panthers delivered to Bulgaria is well known - 15 vehicles including early and late Ausf Ds, Ausf A and Ausf G. Bulgarian Panthers were painted in the standard "Russian grass green" as they were repaired and repainted before being delivered to Bulgarians.. In addition to Panthers, Bulgarians also used other German armored fighting vehicles including PzKpfw IVs. SU-76MYear: 1945Main Weapon: 76mm L51Move: 3/5Class: 3/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: -2/-5/No/1Offensive Stats: 8/-/1/8/APCR:10 Defensive Stats: G/-1/1/5/2/2/0Notes: BPV: 81T-34/85Year: 1945Main Weapon: 85mm L52Move: 6/8Class: 5/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1/-/- Combat Stats: +1/-3/no/1Offensive Stats: 12/-/1*/9*/APCR:16 Defensive Stats: -/+1/1/10/8/6/2Notes: BPV: 157 GermanyPanzerbuchse 35 (polnish) (PzB35(p)Year: 39Main Weapons: 7.92mmCombat Stats: -3/-7/no/1Offensive Stats: 2/-/-/-/Notes: MX:12BPV: 1GHQ has come out with a new series of Microarmor, called Wehrmarcht 47, and a couple of the vehicles are listed in WWII Secret Weapons supplement and a few are not. I have some proposed stats for those not listed. GHQ calls the E-5 series of APCs and recon vehicles and their variants the SdKfz 350 for the recon vehicle or SdKfz 351 for the APC and its variants.SdKfz 350/1 Recon Infantry CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/2 Recon Wire Layer VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/3 Recon Radio Communication VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/4 Recon Armor Observation VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/5 Recon Command VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/6 Recon Munitions VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/7 Recon 80mm Mortar CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: -/-/-/2Offensive Stats: -/-/1/9Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/8 Recon Support VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: 75mm L24Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: -4/-8/No/1Offensive Stats: 5/8/1*/8*Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/9 ReconYr: NMMain Weapon: 20mm L55Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/-/-Combat Stats: +1/-3/no/3Offensive Stats: 3/-/-3*/3*/APCR:5Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/10 Recon Platoon Command VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: 37mm L45Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/-/-Combat Stats: -2/-6/no/2Offensive Stats: 5/8/-2*/4*Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/12 Recon Artillery Survey VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/6Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/13 SPATG 75L48 Pak 40Yr: NMMain Weapon: 75L48Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: 0/-3/no/1Offensive Stats: 12/-/1*/8*/APCR:16Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/14 SPAAGYr: NMMain Weapon: 2x 37mm L57Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: +2/-2/no/3Offensive Stats: 3/-/-2*/4*Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/15 Recon 120mm Mortar CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: -/-/-/1Offensive Stats: -/-/3/11Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/16 Recon Light ARVYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 350/17 Light Tank (Should be the same as the PzKpfw E-5 Wanze)SdKfz 351/1 – E5 Wanze APC (no overhead protection)Yr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/3/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/2 – 81mm Mortar CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: 81mm MortarMove: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/-/- Combat Stats: -/-/-/2Offensive Stats: -/-/1/9/-Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/3 Radio Communication VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/2/2/6Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/4 Munitions Transport Vehicle / Prime Mover Yr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/7 Engineer CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/2/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/8 Armored AmbulanceYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/9 Infantry Support Weapons 75L24 Stummel GunYr: NMMain Weapon: 75L24Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: -1/-5/no/1Offensive Stats: 5/8/1*/8*/-Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/10 Platoon Leader VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: 37mm L45Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/-/-Combat Stats: -2/-6/no/2Offensive Stats: 5/8/-2*/4*Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/11 Cable Laying VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/16 Flamethrower VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: 2x FlamethrowersMove: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/3Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/17 SPAAG / Platoon Leader VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: 20mm L65Move: 7/9Class: 3/2/1/3Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/- Combat Stats: +3/-1/No/4Offensive Stats: 3/0/-3*/3*/APCR:5Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/18 Armored Observation VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/1/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/19 Mobile Telephone ExchangeYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/20 IR Support VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/1/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/21 SPAAGYr: NMMain Weapon: 3x30mm L77Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: -/-/-/- Combat Stats: +3/-1/No/5Offensive Stats: 3/-/-2*/4*/Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/22 SPATG 75L48 Pak 40Yr: NMMain Weapon: 75L48Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: 0/-3/no/1Offensive Stats: 12/-/1*/8*/APCR:16Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/23 ReconYr: NMMain Weapon: 20mm L55Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/-/-Combat Stats: +1/-3/no/3Offensive Stats: 3/-/-3*/3*/APCR:5Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/24 120mm Mortar CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: -/-/-/1Offensive Stats: -/-/3/11Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/25 Stuka za fussYr: NMMain Weapon: 280mm Rocket or 320mm RocketMove: 7/9Class: 3/2/2/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: -/-/-/”2/1” or 1Offensive Stats: -/-/10/16 or -/-/11/17Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 351/26 SPATMYr: NMMain Weapon: 4x X-7 ATGMMove: 7/9Class: 3/-/-/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 352 Stug Ammo CarrierYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/0Notes: BPV: ?SdKfz 353 Armored Observation VehicleYr: NMMain Weapon: Move: 7/9Class: 3/-/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1H/- Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/1Notes: BPV: ?VK 901Yr: NM (1938)Main Weapon: 20mm L55Move: 6/8Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/1/-/- Combat Stats: +1/-3/no/2Offensive Stats: 3/-/-3*/3*/APCR:5Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/2/2/2Notes: Panzer 1 variant. 75 pre-production machines begun in 1940. Guns in stabilized mounting. Five large overlapping suspension wheels: no return roller.BPV: ?VK 1601Yr: NM (1942)Main Weapon: 20mm L55Move: 7/9Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/1/-/- Combat Stats: +1/-3/no/2Offensive Stats: 3/-/-3*/3*/APCR:5Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/9/5/5/3Notes: Panzer 1 variant. Prototype only. Gun in stabilized mount.BPV: ?ItalyCarro Armato P43 Heavy TankYear: NM (1944)Main Weapons: 75mm L48Move: 4/6Class: 5/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1/-/-Combat Stats: 0/-3/No/1Offensive Stats: 12/-/1*/8*/Defensive Stats: -/0/1/8/5/5/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: Planned heavy tankCarro Armato P43 Heavy TankYear: NM (1944)Main Weapons: 90mm L53Move: 4/6Class: 5/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1/-/-Combat Stats: 0/-3/No/1Offensive Stats: 15/-/2*/10*/Defensive Stats: -/0/1/8/5/5/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: Planned heavy tank Soviet UnionBTR-40-1 (1947)Year: 1947Main Weapons: Move: 4/8Class: 3/2/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/2VH/0Combat Stats: Offensive Stats:Defensive Stats: 0/1/1/2/1/1/0Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: Twin 14.5mmNote: The original prototype with a faceted rear hull had two variants. The first was armed with twin ZPTU-2 14.5 mm KPV heavy machine guns placed in a rotary platform with armour protection at the front and sides. The second version had no permanent armament but later became the BTR-40.BTR-40-2 (1947)Year: 1947Main Weapons: Move: 4/8Class: 3/2/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1/0Combat Stats: Offensive Stats:Defensive Stats: 0/1/1/2/1/1/0Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: Note: The original prototype with a faceted rear hull had two variants. The first was armed with twin ZPTU-2 14.5 mm KPV heavy machine guns placed in a rotary platform with armor protection at the front and sides. The second version had no permanent armament but later became the BTR-40.BTR-152Year: 1949/1950 (Conflicting sources)Main Weapons: Move: 4/8Class: 3/4/3/3Secondary Wpns: 1/-/1/0Combat Stats: Offensive Stats:Defensive Stats: 0/1/1/2/1/1/0Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: JS-4Year: 1945 Mid to LateMain Weapons: 122mm L43Move: 3/6Class: 6/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1r/1H/0Combat Stats: +1/-3/No/1Offensive Stats: 20/4*/12*/12*/Defensive Stats: -/+2/1/26/22/22/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: 250 builtJS-5Year: NM 1946Main Weapons: 122mm L43Move: 5/7Class: 6/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1r/1H/0Combat Stats: +1/-3/No/1Offensive Stats: 20/4*/12*/12*/Defensive Stats: -/+2/1/25/20/20/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: JS-6Year: NM 1946Main Weapons: 122mm L43Move: 4/7Class: 6/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1r/1H/0Combat Stats: +1/-3/No/1Offensive Stats: 20/4*/12*/12*/Defensive Stats: -/+2/1/25/18/18/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: JS-7Year: 1947Main Weapons: 130mm L54Move: 5/8Class: 7/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 3/1H,2r/1,1H/0Combat Stats: +3/-1/No/2Offensive Stats: 20/4*/12*/12*/Defensive Stats: -/+2/1/30/22/22/4Notes: IR SightBPV: ?Remarks: Prototypes tested in late 1946. Automatic loader. United KingdomLittlejohn Adapt - +4 to APOV, -1 to OM1/OM2/OM3, BPV increase (?); available to all recon and light lights with 2 pounder guns. United StatesInfantry Squad Stand: M-1903 Springfield2/3, Rifle, 2.0Combat Stats: 1/24”/0/-2/-8/-2/“4/2”/”-2/-4”Offensive Stats: “9/5” / ”7/4” / ”3/1” / ”1/-1” / ”-2/-4”Infantry Squad Stand: M-1903 Springfields, Browning BAR M-1918 2/3, Rifle/SAW, 2.0Combat Stats: 1/24”/0/-1/-7/-1/“4/2”/”-2/-4”Offensive Stats: “10/6” / ”8/5” / ”4/2” / ”2/0” / ”-1/-3”M-4A3(90) HVSSYr: NM (December 1944)Main Weapons: 90mm M3Move: 4/6Class: 5/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: 1/1/1H/-Combat Stats: 0/-4/No/1Offensive Stats: 14/-/2*/10*/HVAP: 19Defensive Stats: G/+1/1/12/7/7/3Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: Detroit Arsenal proposed M-4A3HVSS with the turret of the M-26. Both vehicles had a 69” turret ring and the chassis only needed minor adjustments. M18 Roof Armor KitYr: NM (Late 1945)Main Weapon: 76mm M1A2Move: 8/10Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: 0/-4/no/1Offensive Stats: 13/-/1*/8*/HVAP:18Defensive Stats: P,G/0/1/3/1/2/1Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: M-18 with armor over the turret.T86 76mm Amphibian Gun Motor Carriage (M18 Hull)Yr: NM Main Weapon: 76mm M1A2Move: 7/9Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: 0/-4/no/1Offensive Stats: 13/-/1*/8*/HVAP:18Defensive Stats: P,G/0/1/2/1/1/0Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: Proposed Amphibian Tank Destroyer.T87 105mm amphibian gun motor carriage (M18 Hull)Yr: NM Main Weapon: 105mm M4Move: 7/9Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: 0/-4/no/1Offensive Stats: -/14/3*/11*/-Defensive Stats: G/0/1/2/1/1/0Notes:BPV: ?Remarks: Proposed Amphibian Assault Gun.M39 AUV with Roof Armor Kit (M18 Hull)Yr: NM(Late 1945)Main Weapon: Move: 8/10Class: 4/3/1/6Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/1/2/1Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: Also known as the T-41E Command and Reconnaissance Vehicle (or CRV for short). M39 with armor covering the passenger compartment. M39 AUV SPMYr: NM(1946)/1951(for Korean War)Main Weapon: 81mm MortarMove: 8/10Class: 4/3/1/6Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: -/-/-/2Offensive Stats: -/-/1/9/-Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/1/2/0Notes: MX:58BPV: ?Remarks: 81mm mortar mounted in the M39.M39 AUV SPAAGYr: NM(1946)/1951(for Korean War)Main Weapon: 4x12.7mmMove: 7/9Class: 4/3/1/6Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: See Small Arms +3Offensive Stats: -/-/-/-/HMGDefensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/1/2/0Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: The quad .50 cal turret from the M-16 mounted in the passenger/cargo compartment of the M39.Sonic M-39Yr: 1944Main Weapon: Move: 8/10Class: 4/3/1/6Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/3/1/2/0Notes: Vehicle configured with a large retractable loud-speaker for broadcasting tank sounds to deceive enemy forces about the location of US units. BPV: ?Remarks:M36 Roof Armor KitYr: 1945Main Weapon: 90mm M3 Move: 5/7Class: 4/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: 0/-4/no/1Offensive Stats: 15/1/2*/10*/HVAP:19Defensive Stats: G/1/1/9/3/3/1Notes: BPV: ?Remarks: Armor has been added to the turret to cover the open top of the turret.Sonic M-10Yr: 1944Main Weapon: Move: 5/7Class: 5/2/1/6Secondary Wpns: -/-/1H/-Combat Stats: Offensive Stats: Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/8/3/3/0Notes: Vehicle configured with a large retractable loud-speaker for broadcasting tank sounds to deceive enemy forces about the location of US units. Speaker was mounted a dummy turret. BPV: ?Remarks:T28 MMC (M-5)Yr: NMMain Weapon: 4.2” (107mm) Mortar Move: 5/7Class: 4/1/1/6Secondary Wpns: -/-/1/-Combat Stats: -/-/-/1Offensive Stats: -/-/3/11Defensive Stats: -/-1/1/7/3/3/0Notes: M-5 mounting a 4.2” mortar. BPV: ?Remarks:Mortar, M-1 4.2” (107mm) Yr: 1928Main Weapon: 4.2” (107mm) Mortar Move: ManClass: 2/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: -/-/-/1Offensive Stats: -/-/3/11Defensive Stats: -/-3/1/0/0/0/0Notes: Max 80BPV: 20Remarks:Mortar, M-2 4.2” (107mm) Yr: 1942Main Weapon: 4.2” (107mm) Mortar Move: ManClass: 2/-/-/-Secondary Wpns: Combat Stats: -/-/-/1Offensive Stats: -/-/3/11Defensive Stats: -/-3/1/0/0/0/0Notes: BPV: Remarks: Range extended to 4,023 meters.I hope this helps,Harlan

#13 Bob Benge

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Posted 28 February 2010 - 04:26 PM

Thanks Harlan as always. :)This may be a bit down the line for me as other projects are waiting my time, which is fleeting at the moment due to new work schedule. But I will get to them eventually, LOL :)




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