Patton Museum - M1917 Light Tank
Bill Maloney

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M1917 WWI Light Tank Specifications:

More WWI M1917 and M1918 and Renault World War I tanks at other Military Museums in the northeast
M1917 WWI Tank Renault Tank 1917
Another WWI M1917 Light Tank can be found at the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA Renault Tank 1917 at The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck, NY
WWI Renault FT18 Light Tank M1917 Light Tank
A WWI Renault FT18 Light Tank at the Patton Museum in Fort Knox, KY An M1917 Light Tank at the West Point Museum in West Point, NY
WWI Renault FT17 Tank Hull WWI M1917 Tank
A World War I Renault FT17 Radio Tank Hull at the Maginot Line Museum in Veckring, France Another World War I M1917 Tank at the Military Museum of Pennsylvania in Boalsburgh, PA

Length: 16 feet 5 inches
6 feet 3 inches
7 feet 7 inches
6.5 tons
Max Speed: 6mph
Range: 30 miles
Armor: .67 " Frontal
Powerplant: Buda HU 4 cylinder Gas Engine 42hp
Fuel Capacity: gallons
37mm or 7.62 Machine Gun
Entered Service: 1917
Unit Cost: $

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