Sherman Mk.III DD Tank (M4A2) - Lowered Screen

The British invented the Duplex Drive system for tanks being used in amphibious operations and gave their design to their Americans in early 1944.

The British selected the Mark V (M4A4) as it's engine performance was better than other marks. However, due to a shortage of suitable vehicles, Mark II (M4A1) and Mark III (M4A2) were also converted. The US tank of choice was the M4A1 with a conversion kit produced by the Firestone company.

Their final amphibious operation was the Rhine crossing but due to shortages of M4A1s, the British supplied the Americans with some of their M4A2 & M4A4 DDs. A total of 28 of this mixed bag were used in the crossing by the Americans.

A Sherman Mk.III DD Tank is preserved at The Tank Museum in Bovington, England.

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The British invented the Duplex Drive system for tanks being used in amphibious operations and gave their design to their Americans in early 1944.

The British selected the Mark V (M4A4) as it's engine performance was better than other marks. However, due to a shortage of suitable vehicles, Mark II (M4A1) and Mark III (M4A2) were also converted. The US tank of choice was the M4A1 with a conversion kit produced by the Firestone company.

Their final amphibious operation was the Rhine crossing but due to shortages of M4A1s, the British supplied the Americans with some of their M4A2 & M4A4 DDs. A total of 28 of this mixed bag were used in the crossing by the Americans.

A Sherman Mk.III DD Tank is preserved at The Tank Museum in Bovington, England.

    • Weight
      92 g
    • SKU
      UK386
  • Manufacturer
    Milicast
  • Unit of Sale
    Single Unit
  • Assembly Status
    Unassembled Kit
  • Age Level
    17 Years & Up
  • Skill Level
    3 – Intermediate
  • Theme
    Militaria

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