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Jagdpanzer Elefant -- Fort Lee U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, VA (USA) This tank was part of the first batch of 200 vehicles that were transferred from Aberdeen Proving Ground MD, to Fort Lee VA. 150040, belonged to the s. Pz. Jäg. Abt. 653 (Kampfgruppe Ulbricht), with the tactical number "102". Captured in Italy in May 1944. During the Kursk battle, this SPG belonged to the s. Pz. Jäg. Abt. 654 (tactical number "511") (Alex Pankov) Jagdpanzer Ferdinand -- Kubinka Fahrgestell number 150072 ("Taranov"), belonged to the s. Pz. Jäg. Abt. 654, with the tactical number "501". Captured during the Kursk battle (Operation Zitadelle) in July 1943 Sturmtiger -- Kubinka Tank Museum This vehicle, which is the Sturmtiger prototype, was most likely captured in the Elbe area in April 1945. 250043.The roadwheels were replaced by the Germans during an upgrade. The engine and internal equipment are missing Google earth chrome search wikipedia Sturmtiger -- Munster Panzer Museum Currently on loan from the Wehrtechnisches Studiensammlung Koblenz (Germany), which got it from Aberdeen (Wikipedia, USA AFVs register). Fahrgestell number 250174 (Wikipedia). It seems that this vehicle belonged to the Panzer Sturmmörser Kompanie 1002 (Alex Pankov) Jagdtiger -- Aberdeen U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, MD (USA) The Jagdtiger on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum in Aberdeen, Maryland, USA was produced in October 1944 ( 305020). The vehicle was attached to the s.Pz.Jg.Abt 653 and had the vehicle number 331. The vehicle was captured near Neustadt an der Weinstraße, Germany in March 1945. Damage is still visible on the gun mantlet, glacis plate, and lower nose armor. This vehicle used the late version 9 tooth sprocket ring, for use with the 'contact shoe' and 'connector link' style continuous track it shared with the Tiger II Jagdtiger -- Kubinka Tank Museum (Russia)
Fahrgestell number 305083, this vehicle was produced in April 1945. According to Wikipedia, it was acquired by Soviet forces when a Kampfgruppe of the s.Pz.Jg.Abt 653 equipped with 4 Jagdtigers surrendered in Amstetten, Austria on 5 May 1945. This Jagdtiger was acquired in mint condition with complete side skirts and later 9 tooth sprocket ring. 12 hooks on each side of the superstructure were used to carry 6 pairs of track links. This vehicle was not coated with Zimmerit. The vehicle lost all its tools but retains the MG-42 antiaircraft mount on the rear engine deck (Wikipedia) Jagdtiger (Porsche chassis) -- Bovington Tank Museum (UK) porsche running gear 305004. Captured by the British in the Henschel proving grounds at Haustenbeck, Germany in April 1945. There was originally no tactical number (Alan Hamby, Wikipedia) Tiger II -- National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, GA (USA) Fahrgestell number 280243, built in September 1944 (Wikipedia). The saga of the Kingtiger no. 332 : Tiger II (command version) -- Kubinka Tank Museum (Russia) This tank served with the s.Pz. Abt. 501 and was captured by the Soviet Army at Oględów in August 1944. It was then evaluated by the Soviet Red Army during the war The correct (original) tactical number painted on the turret is 502 Tiger II -- Schweizerisches Militärmuseum, Full (Switzerland)
Currently on loan from the Panzermuseum in Thun, to be restored to running condition within 5 years (info from the museum, dating from July 2007).280215, belonged to the s. Pz. Abt. 506. This tank was given to Switzerland by France after the war ..........
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