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USA (NOW V3.0!), Canada, France and Belgium AFV Registers
The AFV ASSOCIATION was formed in 1964 to support the thoughts and research of all those interested in Armored Fighting Vehicles and related topics, such as AFV drawings. The emphasis has always been on sharing information and communicating with other members of similar interests; e.g. German armor, Japanese AFVs, or whatever.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:18 pm
Post subject: USA (NOW V3.0!), Canada, France and Belgium AFV Registers

You can download the USA AFV Register direct via this link:
216.176.92.62/afv/USA_AFVs.pdf

The Canada AFV Register via this link:
216.176.92.62/afv/Canada_AFVs.pdf

The France AFV Register via this link:
the.shadock.free.fr/France_AFVs.pdf

The new Belgium AFV Register via this link:
216.176.92.62/afv/Belgium_AFVs.pdf

Any comments, corrections, additions and suggestions are welcome - with the adjoinder of I'll be more receptive to suggestions that dont require a major rewrite or reorg of the file. If someone wants to take it and turn it into HTML, pdf or a map, great - go to it!

Feel free to comment via this thread - in fact we could keep this thread going for official comments & updates...

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Post subject: Re: V2.2 of the USA AFV Register is now available for downlo

Hello Neil,

amazing list, I've just downloaded it when looknig for Panzer IV located in the USA.
Checking this, I noticed that you mention 2 StuG IV in the Patton Museum, Fort Knox. In fact, it's 2 StuG III.
There are only 2 known StuG IV all around the world, one was found in Poland few weeks ago.

Here is a link of the vehicles stored or exhibed in this museum :
Patton museum vehicles list

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 11:34 pm
Post subject: Re: V2.2 of the USA AFV Register is now available for download!

Neil,
I don't think you have this M60A3 in Cherokee North Carolina on your list:

www.flickr.com/photos/...tanktanks/

Or this M75: www.flickr.com/photos/...tanktanks/

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2006 5:59 am
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Neil,
just check up here :

West Point Museum

Seems that the FT-17 tank doesn't appears on your list. Also, I'm not sure about the HVSS sherman.

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One more I can't find on your list, this M1917 from the A.A.F Museum, Danville :

http://www.rctankcombat.com/battle-reports/DanvilleSpring2005/

P-O

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:46 pm
Post subject: V2.3 of the USA AFV Register is now available for download!

Version 2.3 is now available for download!:

216.176.86.154/afv/USA_AFVs.pdf

Major changes for this version include:
* The file-name no longer includes the version number. This means I can upload later versions without having to give out a new link each time.
* Corrected M60 listings - many thanks to Joe D and others for their help!
* Identification of rare "only surviving," "one of X" vehicles.

Oh yeah, and I included a new cover graphic. I think this is the one that Jim gave me an award for, so it must be up to snuff Wink

Thanks again to Joe D, armyjunk2, smoore and many others for their help!

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Neil, the link to "David Maynard's Surviving WW1 Tanks" webpage doesn't work on the Register. You should replace it by this one :

http://www.landships.freeservers.com/survivors.htm

I should send him a mail about other FT-17s and 6-tons that are not on his list...

Pierre-Olivier

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AUBURN
WWII Victory Museum, 5634 County Rd
Renault UE USA ind

Its' a French vehicle..

Also, you have a "sFH 13 Marder I" out at Aberdeen in your list, but this vehicles carries a 10.5 cm leFH 18(Sf), so it's not a Marder. The correct name is :
10.5mm leFH 18(Sf) auf Gw Lorraine Schlepper(f)
I suggest that you use the following : GW Lorraine(f) 10.5cm leFH18(Sf) or something like that..

The Hummel which was previously at Aberdeen is now at WTS Koblenz (it now carries a nice Strawberry cake camo.. ). In the footnote 153 you forgot to mention the Wespe which is in UK in the Wheatcroft collection along with the Panzer II, and which was also part of the Aberdeen collection.

The correct spelling, according to "Achtung Panzer" website and Wikipedia is Sturmpanzer Brummbär and not Brumbär.

That's it Wink

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- Jack_Smigh
That's why I asked, it seemed kind of gray
its in Oak Harbor, Washington
if anyone wants numbers I can try and see what they are next time I am down there
I am also trying to confirm rumors of a ferret here in Anacortes, meaning if I see then I will beleive it.


Hello Jack

WELCOME!! I don't remember either vehicles, during my 4 years, "On the Islands". But that was 94-98.

Here are a couple of shots from that time.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:48 am
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Hello all, I have just uploaded the brand new France AFV Register. This was a truly collaborative project between myself and Pierre- Olivier, but honestly he deserves most of the credit for collecting the info together.

216.176.86.154/afv/France_AFVs.pdf

FYI, if you want to see preserved combat-damaged Shermans, France is the place. I dont know of any other country where you can find so many....

Eventually this info will get included into a larger Europe AFV Register...

As always, comments, corrections & suggestions are welcome.

Hopefully a long overdue update to the USA AFV Register is on the way shortly... I have already posted a small update to the Canada AFV Register - adding the 2 Skink turrets I remembered being discussed on here before...

Neil
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V2.5 of the USA AFV Register has been uploaded. It features more information on M1917s and FT-17s thanks to Hayes Otoupalik, the Fort Sill Museum collection thanks to Dustin Roderigas, the Patton Museum collection thanks to Dontos, and a few other updates thanks to Bob Smart, Jeff Lewis, armyjunk2 and others.

216.176.86.154/afv/USA_AFVs.pdf

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Comin' too late for this update. I just got the info. The company 'Tankride LLC' in Morristown, MN seems to have some vehicles (DUKW, Ferret), check up the website :

http://www.tankride.com/index.html

One of the tanks is a T-34/85 and here is it's history :
" This tank was built in late 1944 by the Russians. It is believed that it was captured by the Viking Division of the German Army during World War II. Then used against the Russians. When it was bought from the Polish Government, it was painted in German field gray over the original Russian green. It is has been repainted to a Russian color scheme. This the only combat active WWII Tank in the world available to the general public to Ride in, Drive, or just crawl around in and look at."
(http://www.tankride.com/History_of_our_T-34.html)

1300$ the drive..

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 23, 2007 9:46 am
Post subject: Not AFV, but of some interest is the PaK38 in Bel Air, MD

Yes, it shouldn't be on the list, but since it is very unusual to see, I thought this would be a good place to mention the two Pak38 outside the VFW post in Bel Air, MD.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 11:19 am
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Poland AFVs register updated today, July 16, 2007 :

Poland AFVs register

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 8:14 am
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The address is listed as Delran NJ 08075

www.google.com/search?...0+NJ+08075

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