|Hamilcar glider at rest, date unknown||British Tetrarch light tank being unloaded from Hamilcar glider during training (as suggested by sandbags and lack of landing gear), date unknown||Halifax bomber towing Hamilcar glider, date unknown||Hamilcar gliders carrying light armored vehicles coming into landing near Ranville, France, afternoon of 6 Jun 1944; note gliders' steep angle of approach|
|Normandy Landing Zone 'N' littered with Horsa gliders and one Hamilcar glider (lower right), France, Jun 1944||Hamilcar glider loaded with an Universal Carrier, date unknown||Reconnaissance aerial photo showing British Horsa and Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone 'Z' near Wolfheze woods, west-north-west of Arnhem, Operation Market I, 17 Sep 1944||An aerial view of a Hamilcar glider which had been unloaded of its troops on the landing zone near Arnhem, the Netherlands, circa 17-25 Sep 1944|
|M22 Locust light tank leaving a Hamilcar glider, 1945; note 'kneeling' landing gear to lower front ramp for heavy equipment|
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