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M26 Pershing heavy tank of US 9th Armored Division, near Vettweiss, Germany, Mar 1945Wrecked T26E3 heavy tank M26 Pershing heavy tank, date unknownM26 Pershing tanks of the 2nd Armored Division on the streets of Magdeburg, Germany, mid Apr 1945
M26 Pershing heavy tank of US 9th Armored Division, near Vettweiss, Germany, Mar 1945Wrecked T26E3 heavy tank 'Fireball', Elsdorf, Germany, late-Feb or early-Mar 1945; note penetration by a 88mm German Tiger shell on turretM26 Pershing heavy tank, date unknownM26 Pershing tanks of the 2nd Armored Division on the streets of Magdeburg, Germany, mid Apr 1945
T26E1 heavy tank M26 Pershing tank of US 8th Armored Division on parade in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, 1945Japanese surrender ceremony at the headquarters of US 10th Army, Okinawa, Japan, 7 Sep 1945; note Japanese guns by flagpole, US M26 heavy tanks lower left, US self-propelled guns upper leftT40 prototype tank at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, 1949
T26E1 heavy tank 'Super Pershing' with upgraded L73 90mm T15 gun, Europe, 1945M26 Pershing tank of US 8th Armored Division on parade in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, 1945Japanese surrender ceremony at the headquarters of US 10th Army, Okinawa, Japan, 7 Sep 1945; note Japanese guns by flagpole, US M26 heavy tanks lower left, US self-propelled guns upper leftT40 prototype tank at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, 1949
M26 Pershing tanks and crews of US 73rd Heavy Tank Battalion, Busan, Korea, circa mid- to late-1950Soldiers of US 9th Infantry Regiment on a M26 Pershing tank, near the Nakdong River, Korea, 3 Sep 1950US Marine Corps Pershing tank near the Nakdong River, Korea, 3 Sep 1950US Marine Corps Pershing tank at the edge of a village in Korea, 4 Sep 1950
M26 Pershing tanks and crews of US 73rd Heavy Tank Battalion, Busan, Korea, circa mid- to late-1950Soldiers of US 9th Infantry Regiment on a M26 Pershing tank, near the Nakdong River, Korea, 3 Sep 1950US Marine Corps Pershing tank near the Nakdong River, Korea, 3 Sep 1950US Marine Corps Pershing tank at the edge of a village in Korea, 4 Sep 1950
Damaged frontal armor of a US M46 medium tank, Korea, 1950US Marine Corps M26 Pershing heavy tank near an abandoned North Korean SU-76 self-propelled gun, Korea, 3 Dec 1950Men of US 1st Marine Division with M26 Pershing tank near Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950A US Air Force forward air controller (right) speaking with a US Army tank commander (left) of a M26 Pershing medium tank, Korea, 1950s
Damaged frontal armor of a US M46 medium tank, Korea, 1950US Marine Corps M26 Pershing heavy tank near an abandoned North Korean SU-76 self-propelled gun, Korea, 3 Dec 1950Men of US 1st Marine Division with M26 Pershing tank near Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950A US Air Force forward air controller (right) speaking with a US Army tank commander (left) of a M26 Pershing medium tank, Korea, 1950s
American M46 medium tank being loaded onto a British Army ferry, Korea, 1951Korean civilians in front of a US M46 medium tank, 1950sM46 medium tanks of US 6th Tank Battalion, Korea, 7 Mar 1951US Marines crouching behind a M26 Pershing tank, near Hongcheon, Korea, 22 May 1951
American M46 medium tank being loaded onto a British Army ferry, Korea, 1951Korean civilians in front of a US M46 medium tank, 1950sM46 medium tanks of US 6th Tank Battalion, Korea, 7 Mar 1951US Marines crouching behind a M26 Pershing tank, near Hongcheon, Korea, 22 May 1951

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