A 240-mm M1 howitzer, nicknamed "Black Dragon" , 698th Field Artillery Battalion, 5th U.S. Army position in San Vittore, Italy. March 1944. Howitzers played a critical role during the Italian campaign given the mostly mountainous or hilly terrain that made indirect fires an absolute priority.
Amtrac LVT LVT - The Landing Vehicle Tracked was a class of amphibious vehicles built during World War II. It was also called amphtrack, amtrac, and amptrack, and amphibious tractor. It continued to be built throughout the war and approximately 18,621 LVTs were produced.
An M4A3 76w from the 778th Tank Battalion caption Lampaden 1945. The has an M1A1 gun with a threaded and protected barrel. With all the hatches open, it looks like most of the crew may have made it out.
Two early production models of the T-34 Soviet tank lie abandoned on a country road in the Ukraine, summer 1941. The early T-34s suffered from major teething problems which often caused the tanks to break down in the field. The design was though quickly revised and production, beginning in the winter 1942, was radically re-organized. These two specimens have the halves of their hatches painted white to aid in air recognition from friendly aircraft.