HealzDevoThank-you a great page of schematics for all sorts of vehicles. I collect schematics to give to the model makers of Civ IV so they can do their magic creating great new units when the SDK comes out for it.
Glad you like it;)
'[21PzStauffenberg']Camouflage your car-the handbook (well its for tanks) http://www.lonesentry.com/camouflage_manual/
Found handbook given out to US ww2 forces to inform them about the German army!!!!! http://www.lonesentry.com/camouflage_manual/
Eh, sry guys, i posted the same twice, but here is the "real" US forces handbook on the german army!! http://www.lonesentry.com/manuals/tme30/index.html
nifty little site
aka Killed in First Minute
20th October 2005
NoCoolOnesLeftEgypt, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Arab Liberation Army, Holy War Army. Any of them I guess. I suppose the Israeli's could of aquired some through capture of enemy tanks that were abandoned or repaired back to use. I know for sure that the Israeli's aquired some T-55's and up-gunned them to rifled cannons instead of smoothbore, they called them Turan 5's or something. I guess, they could of done something to captured Panzer IV's too.
I doubt that the Israelis would ever have used Panzer IV's under any circumstances.
Killed in First MinuteI doubt that the Israelis would ever have used Panzer IV's under any circumstances.
They used and if I recall correctly still use M3A1 Halftracks. Why wouldnt they use captured Panzer IV's?
The Panzer IVH at the Mueseum at Latrun is a captured Syrian vehicle, they also recieved StuG.III's (as seen behind the Panzer IV). All were supplied after the war, i can't remember by whom though. :uhm:
NoCoolOnesLeftThey used and if I recall correctly still use M3A1 Halftracks. Why wouldnt they use captured Panzer IV's?
I'm not sure if they did, but I can sure see as a matter of principle why they wouldn't.
Israel didn't use the PzKpw IV, they just captured them from Syria. Never used in operational combat.
As far as I know, they used the Sherman as main tank in their early days. As of the M3 half-track, I think the IDF still has it, altough in reserve.
On a sidenote, AFAIK, the Israeli Police Force still uses the M1 Carbine.