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Anti-tank helicopters. forefront forty four КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:Steven J.Zaloga,Geordge J.BalinНазвание: Anti-tank helicopters Издательство: Osprey Publishing На англ яз. forefront 44Год: 1986 г.Формат: PDF Размер: 19,8 Мб История вертолетов, предназначенных для борьбы с бронетехникой. Модели, участие в боевых действиях. Фото,цв.рисунки. letitbit.netuploadbox.com.com eighty five 1 2 three four five
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A small number were used in the November 1944 fighting with inconsequential results, and progress on deploying the flamethrowers remained slow. The start of the German Ardennes offensive on December 16, 1944 also contributed to the delays in the First US Army, since it bore the brunt of the German attack. com flamethrowers in spite of its extensive fighting in the Metz fortified sector in October–November 1944. The new flamethrower equipment arrived after the Metz fighting and was not ready when the Third US Army penetrated the Westwall around Saarbrucken in the Saar in early December 1944.
The kits allotted to his Third US Army were sent to depots and not deployed. (NARA) 40 flamethrower preferred that weapon due to its greater range. Although some thought was given to mounting the Wasp in the M4 medium tank, US officers realized that it would take too much time before the Wasp could be supplied to US forces so they settled on the E4-5 as better than nothing. The Armored Fighting Vehicle & Weapon Section of Bradley’s new 12th Army Group headquarters was more impressed by the second demonstration and on September 6, 1944 ordered 333 auxiliary flamethrowers, with 150 to be expedited since US units were quickly approaching the Siegfried Line.
Com First published in Great Britain in 2013 by Osprey Publishing, AUTHOR’S NOTE PO Box 883, Oxford, OX1 9PL, UK The author would especially like to thank Trent Telenko for his extensive assistance on this project. Thanks also go to David Doyle, who provided photos from the Chemical Warfare Service museum at Ft Leonard Wood, and to Bill Auerbach, who was kind enough to provide after-action reports from his collection. The author also wishes to note his appreciation to David Markov for help in obtaining other historical documents.
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