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PostSubject: Did you know....   Did you know.... Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 10:29 pm

MARKINGS ON GERMAN MOTOR-MAINTENANCE VEHICLES


It is evident that motor-maintenance vehicles should bear distinctive markings by which they may be readily identified. On the other hand, an order captured from the Germans would appear to indicate that such vehicles should not be so clearly marked as
to permit easy identification by enemy observers.

The above-mentioned order was captured from a German reconnaissance unit operating in North Africa and reads as follows:


"It is forbidden to mark gasoline and oil supply trucks with distinctive yellow or black-white-red disks, and these must be removed. Enemy aircraft can destroy easily recognizable gasoline and oil supply vehicles with incendiary ammunition. Gasoline supply trucks and gasoline-and-spare-parts supply trucks are to be marked with a blue 'B' made to stand out slightly by a pale yellow outline around its edges. Vehicles belonging to maintenance groups, sections, and light detachments are to be marked with a special 'J'." .

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PostSubject: Re: Did you know....   Did you know.... Icon_minitimeThu Jan 10, 2013 1:29 pm

Well now that kind of makes sense.
I just hear the recon leader saying " warum nicht einfach malen ein BULLS EYE auf sie "
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PostSubject: Re: Did you know....   Did you know.... Icon_minitimeThu Jan 10, 2013 7:56 pm


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Tiger 1 facts :

Width to outside of 28 1/2-inch tracks - 11 ft 9 in

Width of hull at top - 10 ft 3 1/2 in

Width of hull at nose - 6 ft 4 in

Length track on ground - 12 ft 3 in

Height from ground to hull top - 5 ft 8 in

Height from ground to highest point on cupola - 9 ft 6 1/2 in

Belly clearance - 1 ft 3 in



A total of 92 rounds of 88-mm ammunition is carried



The 88-mm gun is slightly offset to the right side and its recoil guard

extends backwards until it nearly reaches the turret ring



The rounds of ammunition are 36 1/2 inches long and nearly 4 1/2 inches in diameter





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