Patton Museum

 Pictures and Videos of Tanks, Battles and Military Equipment


M7 Priest (World War II)
105 mm Self Propelled Gun based on the M3 Lee chassis. Saw service with both British and American armies in the North Africa and Europe.
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M10 Tank Destroyer (World War II)
Nicknamed the Wolverine by the British, the M10 was an American made Tank Destroyer that saw service in North Africa, Europe and the Pacific Theaters.
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M24 Light Tank (World War II)
A World War II era light American Tank nicknamed the Chaffee. Active in the later stages of the European Campaign and later in Korea.
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M3 Medium Tank (World War II)
Nicknamed the General Lee and the General Grant, this tank was available early in World War II but was quickly replaced by the Sherman tank as they became available in greater numbers.
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M4 Medium Tank (World War II)
The ubiquitous M4 Sherman tank was the main battle tank of the United States during World War II. More than 50,000 M4 tanks were produced.
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T28 Super Heavy Tank (World War II)
The T28 Super Heavy Tank was also known as the 105 mm Gun Motor Carriage T95. The tank never left the prototype stage with only two being built before the war ended in 1945.
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T29 Super Heavy Tank (World War II)
Conceived to match up with the 70 Ton German Tiger tank, it was not completed in time to join the war effort. This is a giant tank, in person it makes the M1 Abrams look like a medium or light tank.
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M1 Abrams

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M26

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M32

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M41A1

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M48A2C

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M52A1

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M59

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M113A1

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XM551

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