Patton Museum - Marder II Tank Destroyer
Bill Maloney

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01 M10 3 Inch Gun Motor Carriage 02 M10 Tank Destroyer 03 M10 Tank Destroyer 04 M10 Tank Destroyer Gun Mantlet
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05 M10 Tank Destroyer Turret 06 M10 Tank Destroyer Turret 07 M10 Tank Destroyer Turret 08 M10 Tank Tracks
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09 M10 Tank Idler Wheel 10 M10 Tank Bogie Wheels 11 M10 Tank Destroyer Rear Deck 12 M10 Spare Track Links
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13 M10 Tank Destroyer Driving Lamp 14 M10 3 Inch Gun Motor Carriage

M10 Tank Destroyer 3 Inch Gun Motor Carriage Specifications:

M10 Tank Destroyer
Another M10 Tank Destroyer at the US Army Ordnance Museum at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen, MD

Length: 22 feet 5 inches
10 feet, 0 inches
8 feet, 5 inches
33 Tons
Max Speed: 32mph
Range: 200 miles
Armor: Frontal - 1.5 inches
Powerplant: Two GM 6cyl water cooled diesels, 375hp
Fuel Capacity: 160 Gallons
76.2mm 3 inch M7 L/53 Main Gun, Muzzle Velocity 2,598fps, 15.4lb shell
 One 50cal Browning Machine Gun
Entered Service: September 1942
Cost: $86,000

Here is a short M10 Tank Destroyer Youtube clip at a French Military Museum. One more short video of the M10 is an evaluation of the tank destroyer's strengths and weaknesses.

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