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WW2 U.S. Tanks

WW2 U.S. Tanks
The war forced the country to grow along many lines - including tank design.

Picture of the Finnish BT-42 assault gun
The Finnish BT-42 assault gun of WW2 was a pairing of the Soviet BT-7 tank with the British QF 4.5" howitzer
Picture of the Yakovlev Yak-50 jet fighter prototype
The Yakovlev Yak-50 jet-powered fighter prototype of 1949 was not adopted by the Soviet Air Force
Picture of the Packard-LePere LUSAC-11 biplane aircraft
A French design for the Americans done in by the end of WW1 - the Packard-LePere LUSAC-11
Picture of the British Lee-Enfield Rifle No.5 Mk I Jungle Carbine
Requiring a more compact firearm for jungle warfare in WW2, the British unveiled the "Jungle Carbine"
Picture of the Italian Giandoso TZ-45 submachine gun
Developed during WW2, the Italian Giandoso TZ-45 SMG saw greater use in the post-war years
Picture of the French Potez 230 fighter prototype
Another promising French fighter program derailed by the German invasion of 1940 - the Potez 230
Picture of the Burgess-Wright Model F Flyer
The first license-production aircraft in the United States became the Burgess-Wright Model F Flyer