M4 Sherman tanks being unloaded from USCG-manned LST-67 and LST-66, Noemfoor, New Guinea, Jul 1944; note leading tank with bulldozer blade and Jeep at right

Caption   M4 Sherman tanks being unloaded from USCG-manned LST-67 and LST-66, Noemfoor, New Guinea, Jul 1944; note leading tank with bulldozer blade and Jeep at right
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Added By David Stubblebine

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  1. Tanks says:
    10 Jul 2010 08:40:57 AM

    These are M4A1 Shermans, by the rounded hull.

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