M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 1 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 2 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 3 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 4 of 4
M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 1 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 2 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 3 of 4M2 Half-track vehicles under construction, Diebold Safe and Lock Company factory, Canton, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941, photo 4 of 4
American crews of M2 Half-track vehicles training at Fort Benning, Georgia, United States, Apr-Jun 1942American M2 Half-track and M3 Gun Motor Carriage vehicles, date unknownUS Army troops drive by the people of Montebourg, Normandy, France, June 1944.  Note M2 Half-Track ‚ÄúDirty Gertie‚ÄĚ and M4 Sherman Duplex-Drive tank with soldiers sitting on the folded skirt frame.US Marines scoring a direct hit on a Japanese pillbox, Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb 1945
American crews of M2 Half-track vehicles training at Fort Benning, Georgia, United States, Apr-Jun 1942American M2 Half-track and M3 Gun Motor Carriage vehicles, date unknownUS Army troops drive by the people of Montebourg, Normandy, France, June 1944. Note M2 Half-Track ‚ÄúDirty Gertie‚ÄĚ and M4 Sherman Duplex-Drive tank with soldiers sitting on the folded skirt frame.US Marines scoring a direct hit on a Japanese pillbox, Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb 1945
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