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Article about: I always pass by this in my town in front of a government building. Today I decided to stop an take photos. It’s a WW2 Era American 90mm heavy anti-aircraft and anti-tank gun, it played a

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    #4, is than a MAGNETIC HOLLOW CHARGE next to it on the ground?

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    Toot if your asking about the field gun . No
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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    This is a few miles from home, there are several more locations I will try to photograph soon, G

    If you can take a look at the tow pintles on the rear of the tank on the left and right sides of the engine compartment, there should be a serial number on the tow pintle (usually left side).. If there is one there, I may be able to tell you when that tank was manufactured..


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    yes that is what I was looking at. now the other views show it to be a jack. thanks for the reply. toot.

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    Here's one of the (many) guns still standing as memorials here, this one being a 1942-dated 8,8 cm Flak. There were several AA batteries equipped with German-made guns, fire control computers and radar units around the city of Helsinki during the late-war period of 1943-44. Some of the local guns have recently received a little refurbishment - this one might need some love as well.

    Very nice idea for a thread, please keep them coming!

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    Great thread folks, Thought i would add this memorial. This is just around the corner from where i work in chineham park Basingstoke. In memory of his father's service in the airforce, Centerprise international's owner Rafi Razzak had a fall size Hawker Hunter jet fighter installed on a pedestal out side his business premises. The flag of Iraq is on the tail plane in honour of his family's heritage. I must say it does look most impressive when you drive up the road towards it! Regards Paul
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