Main Battle Tank
Members of the 1st Armored Division drive an M1A1 Abrams tank
through the Taunus Mountains north of Frankfurt during
This was the largest movement of American
armored vehicles through German roads and
farmland since the
REFORGER exercises of the 1980s. Photo by
by Richard Bumgardne.
U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams tanks
maneuver in the streets as they conduct a combat patrol in the
city of Tall Afar, Iraq, on Feb. 3, 2005.
The tanks and their
crews are attached to the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. DoD
photo By Staff Sgt. Aaron Allmon, U.S. Air Force.
(Released to Public)
M1 Grizzly Combat Mobility Vehicle (CMV)
Picture taken by myself, Mark Pellegrini, at the
United States Army Ordnance Museum (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD)
on June 12, 2007.
M1 Abrams practicing
an offloading from amphibious craft.
United States Army
United States Army and
A U.S. Marine Corps M1-A1 Abrams main battle tank
can positively identify friendly forces that have JCIMS with the
use of infrared and
thermal optical technologies. Additionally,
the M1-A1 Abrams is also being protected from friendly fire with JCIMS installed on the platform.
Photo Credit: Cpl. Theodore W.
M104 WOLVERINE HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE
Picture taken by U.S. Army 20th Engineer