RE: [G104] Re: "hold down device" on M-4's?
> I have spenthave
>months in the Ford Motor Company Archives researching data on Ford Military
>Vehicles and would like to compare the data in this accession to what I
>already found.What do they have by way of tank production and technicsl info?
There are thousands of pages of documents on this. More than you could look
at in a week. The production data and motor production data I did copy.
Mostly numbers built and delivered by months, years and contracts. There are
also a great deal of photos of production, part production and motor
Unfortunately, the best data is contained within the Ford Motor Company
Industrial Archives and it is now very difficult to get in to research.
FMCIA is the Archives at Ford and is not the same as the data at Henry Ford
- --- "Russell Baggerly" <rebaggs@h...> wrote:
> No holes in this one, just (reference those photos)As it was tacked onto the 'Sabine Sally' thread,
> someone hit it on the back right of the turret with
> something that did not penetrate, but left a blast
> ring of schrapnel scars.
> I'm gonna head down there to the wash rack and see
> if it's still there. Will report out later.
which tank you're referring to is in question.
Was it the 4th ID, 1ST BCT capture & restore at
(I note they ~still~ havent't corrected the incorrect
reference of HVSS, not VVSS...)
I'd look in the Photo section, but it appears to be
non-op at the moment. Someone overload it with pics?
>>From: "WhiteWolf" <whitewolf_mcbride@h...>
>>Subject: re: M4A3 Sherman at Norwich University: "Sabine Sally"
>>Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 01:02:22 -0000
>>--- "Russell Baggerly" <rebaggs@h...> wrote:
>>> Someone got that Sherman I sent you photos of.
>>> It's here, in Kuwait, on Arifjan being prepped
>>> for shipment to the US.
>>> Dunno which organization, will try to find out.
>> Hot damn... lets just pray it won't become another
>> rusting M4 hulk at APG!
>> (PS) was this the one with the airborne penetration?