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AGF Board No. 2. Development of Armored Vehicles, volume 1: Tanks. 1947.

---. Development of Armored Vehicles, volume II: Armored Cars, Scout Cars, and Personnel Carriers.

"The Armored Force, Command, and Center." Army Ground Forces Study no.27. Washington, DC: Historical Section, Army Ground Forces, 1946.

Armor-piercing Ammunition for Gun, 90-mm, M3. Washington, DC: Office of the Chief of Ordnance, Jan 1945.

Catalogue of Standard Ordnance Items, second edition 1944, volume I: Tank and Automotive. Washington, DC: Office of the Chief of Ordnance, Technical Division, 1 Jun 1945.

Chrysler Corporation Parts Division. D-10649 Part II, Standard Nomenclature List G-104, Volume IX. 29 Jul 1943.

Coox, A.D. US Armor in the Antitank Role, Korea, 1950. Operations Research Office, The Johns Hopkins University, 2 Jul 1952.

DeLong, Elizabeth J., James C. Barnhart, and Mary T. Cagle. History of the Shillelagh Missile System 1958-1982. US Army Missile Command, 17 Aug 1984.

"Department Of Defense Consideration Of West Germany's Leopard As The Army's New Main Battle Tank." Washington, DC: Comptroller General of the United States, 28 Nov 1977.

Dunham, LTC Emory A. "The Tank Destroyer History," Army Ground Forces Study no.29. Washington, DC: Historical Section, Army Ground Forces, 1946.

FM 2-6 Crew Drill, Light Armored Car M8. Washington, DC: War Dept., Dec 1943.

FM 6-74 105-mm Howitzer M2A1 on Motor Carriage M7B1 and M7B2. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Mar 1954.

FM 6-77 105-mm Howitzer M52 Self-propelled. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Dec 1956.

FM 6-93 155-mm Gun M53, Self-propelled and 8-inch Howitzer M55, Self-propelled. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Jul 1957.

FM 17-10 Armored Force Field Manual--Tactics and Technique. Washington, DC: War Dept., 7 Mar 1942.

FM 17-12 Tank Gunnery. Washington, DC: War Dept., 22 Apr 1943.

FM 17-20 Armored Infantry Units--Platoon, Company, and Battalion. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 26 Aug 1957.

FM 17-30 Armored Force Field Manual--Tank Platoon. Washington, DC: War Dept., 22 Oct 1942.

FM 17-33 Armored Force Field Manual--The Armored Battalion, Light and Medium. Washington, DC: War Dept., 18 Sep 1942.

FM 17-33 Tank Battalion. Washington, DC: War Dept., 19 Dec 1944.

FM 17-34 Amphibious Tank and Tractor Battalions. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 1 Jun 1950.

FM 17-63 Service of the Piece, 105-mm Howitzer, Self-Propelled. Washington, DC: War Dept., 18 Aug 1942.

FM 17-42 Armored Infantry Battalion. Washington, DC: War Dept., 10 Nov 1944.

FM 17-68 Crew Drill, Light Tank M5 Series. Washington, DC: War Dept., 24 May 1944.

FM 17-69 Crew Drill, Service of the Piece, and Gunnery (75-mm Assault Howitzer on Motor Carriage M8). Washington, DC: War Dept., 30 Nov 1943.

FM 17-75 Crew Drill, Service of the Piece, and Stowage, Light Tank, M24. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Nov 1949.

FM 17-76 Crew Drill and Service of the Piece, Medium Tank, M4 Series (105-mm Howitzer). Washington, DC: War Dept., 15 Sep 1944.

FM 17-80 Tanks, 76-mm Gun, M41 and M41A1. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 30 Jan 1956.

FM 18-5 Tank Destroyer Field Manual--Organization and Tactics of Tank Destroyer Units. Washington, DC: War Dept., 16 Jun 1942.

FM 18-20 Tank Destroyer--Tactical Employment of Tank Destroyer Platoon, Self-Propelled. Washington, DC: War Dept., 9 May 1944.

FM 18-21 Tank Destroyer--Towed Gun Platoon. Washington, DC: War Dept., 1 Apr 1944.

FM 23-1 Bradley Gunnery. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 18 Mar 1996.

FM 23-80 37-mm Gun, Tank, M5 (Mounted in Tanks). Washington, DC: War Dept., 25 Jun 1941.

FM 23-81 37-mm Gun, Tank, M6 (Mounted in Tanks). Washington, DC: War Dept., 2 Nov 1942.

FM 23-95 75-mm Tank Gun M2 (Mounted in Medium Tank M3). Washington, DC: War Dept., 4 May 1942.

FM 44-62 Service of the Piece, Twin 40-mm Gun Motor Carriage M19. Washington, DC: War Dept., Sep 1947.

Fontenot, COL (Ret.) Gregory, LTC E.J. Degen, and LTC David Tohn. On Point: The United States Army in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM through 01 May 2003. Ft. Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Institute Press, 2004.

The General Board, United States Forces, European Theater. Study no.15, Organization, Equipment, and Tactical Employment of the Infantry Division.

---. Study no.48, Organization, Equipment, and Tactical Employment of the Armored Division.

---. Study no.49, Mechanized Cavalry Units.

---. Study no.50, Organization, Equipment, and Tactical Employment of Separate Tank Battalions.

---. Study no.52, Armored Special Equipment.

---. Study no.53, Tank Gunnery.

---. Study no.60, Report on Study of Organization, Equipment, and Tactical Employment of Tank Destroyer Units.

Gorman, MG Paul F. "U.S. Intelligence and Soviet Armor." 1980.

MacDonald, H.W., et al. The Employment of Armor in Korea, volume I. Operations Research Office, Far East Command, 8 Apr 1951.

"Military Transformation: Fielding of Army's Stryker Vehicles is Under Way, but Expectations for Their Transportability by C-130 Aircraft Need to be Clarified." Washington, DC: United States Government Accountability Office, 12 Aug 2004.

"Japanese Tank and Antitank Warfare." Special Series No. 34. Washington, DC: Military Intelligence Division, War Dept., 1 Aug 1945.

"Operation Desert Storm: Early Performance Assessment of Bradley and Abrams." Washington, DC: United States General Accounting Office, 10 Jan 1992.

Program Executive Officer, Close Combat Vehicles. "Special Armor Security Classification Guide." Warren, MI: US Army Tank-Automotive Command, 16 Feb 1988.

Research, Investigation and Experimentation in the Field of Amphibian Vehicles. Kalamazoo, MI: Ingersoll Kalamazoo Division, Borg-Warner Corp., Dec 1957.

Romjue, John L. From Active Defense to AirLand Battle: The Development of Army Doctrine 1973-1982. Fort Monroe, VA: United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, Jun 1984.

Shields, CPT Harry H., et al. Employment of Armor in Korea--the Second Year. Apr 1953.

Standard Military Vehicle Characteristic Data Sheets. Center Line, MI: Army Tank and Automotive Command Reasearch & Engineering Directorate, Jul 1960.

Standard Nomenclature List G-102. 30 Sep 1943.

Starry, GEN Donn A. Mounted Combat in Vietnam. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 1978.

Stolarow, J.H. Letter to Harold Brown. 16 April 1979.

Tank Data. 3 vols. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: US Army Ordnance School, Jul 1958.

TDS 105-11 Tank Destroyer Weapons, Chapter 11 75-mm Gun, M1897A4 on Motor Carriage, M3A1. Camp Hood, TX: Tank Destroyer School Weapons Dept., Mar 1943.

TM 5-2350-262-10 Operator's Manual Armored Combat Earthmover (ACE) M9 (NSN 2350-00-808-7100). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 30 Jun 2007.

TM 5-5420-202-10 Operator's Manual for Launcher, M48A5 Tank Chassis NSN 5420-01-076-6096 (EIC: ARE) Launcher, M60A1 Tank Chassis NSN 5420-00-889-2020 (EIC: ARC) Transporting for Bridge Armored-vehicle Launched: Scissoring-type, Class 60 or Class 70. Washington, D.C.: Dept. of the Army, 30 Dec 2009.

TM 5-5420-226-10 Operator's Manual Launcher and M48A5 Tank Chassis, Transporting: For Bridge, Armored-Vehicle-Launched Scissoring Type, Class 60 5420-01-076-6096. Washington, D.C.: Headquarters, Dept. of the Army, 1 Dec 2006.

TM 5-5420-226-20-1 Organizational Maintenance Manual M48A5 Tank Chassis, Transporting: For Bridge, Armored-Vehicle-Launched; Scissoring Type, Class 60 (5420-01-076-6096). Washington, D.C.: Headquarters, Dept. of the Army, 2 Feb 2007.

TM 5-5420-202-20-1 Organizational Maintenance Manual M60A1 Tank Chassis, Transporting: For Bridge, Armored-Vehicle-Launched; Scissoring Type, Class 60 (5420-00-889-2020). Washington, D.C.: Dept. of the Army, 30 Oct 2006.

TM 9-306 75-mm Gun M1897A4 Mounted in Combat Vehicles. Washington, DC: War Dept., 10 Jun 1943.

TM 9-374 90-mm Gun M3 Mounted in Combat Vehicles. Washington, DC: War Dept., 11 Sep 1944.

TM 9-705 Scout Cars, M3, M3A1, and 4.2 Mortar Motor Carriage, M2. Washington, DC: War Dept., 19 Feb 1941.

TM 9-705 Scout Car M3A1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 26 Oct 1942.

TM 9-707 Basic Half-Track Vehicles (IHC) (Personnel Carrier M5, Car M9A1, Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M14, and Similar IHC Vehicles). Washington, DC: War Dept., 21 May 1943.

TM 9-710 Basic Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, and Diamond T). Washington, DC: War Dept., 23 Feb 1944.

TM 9-718A 90-mm Gun Tank M47. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Jan 1952.

TM 9-719 Tank Mounting Bulldozer M1 and M1A1. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Aug 1948.

TM 9-721 Heavy Tanks M6 and M6A1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 5 Feb 1943.

TM 9-726 Light Tank M3. Washington, DC: War Dept., 15 Jul 1942.

TM 9-729 Light Tank M24. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, May 1951.

TM 9-731B Medium Tank M4A2. Washington, DC: War Dept., 13 Jan 1943.

TM 9-731E Carriage, Motor, 105-mm Howitzer, M7. Washington, DC: War Dept., 15 Aug 1944.

TM 9-731G 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage M10A1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 28 Jul 1943.

TM 9-732B 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8. Washington, DC: War Dept., 31 Jan 1944.

TM 9-735 Heavy Tank T26E3. Washington, DC: War Department, 15 Jan 1945.

TM 9-740 Armored Car T17. Washington, DC: War Dept., 2 Nov 1942.

TM 9-741 Medium Armored Car T17E1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 15 Dec 1942.

TM 9-743 Light Armored Car M8. Washington, DC: War Dept., 10 Mar 1943.

TM 9-744 155-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M41. Washington, DC: War Dept., Sep 1947.

TM 9-745 90-mm Gun Motor Carriage M36B2. Washington, DC: War Department, 28 Jul 1945.

TM 9-748 90-mm Gun Motor Carriage M36B1. Washington, DC: War Department, 20 Jan 1945.

TM 9-750 Ordnance Maintenance--Medium Tanks M3, M3A1, and M3A2. Washington, DC: War Dept., 9 May 1942.

TM 9-751 155-mm Gun Motor Carriage M12 and Cargo Carrier M30. Washington, DC: War Dept., 28 Jan 1944.

TM 9-754 Medium Tank M4A4. Washington, DC: War Department, 21 January 1943.

TM 9-755 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage M18 and Armored Utility Vehicle M39. Washington, DC: War Dept., 25 Apr 1945.

TM 9-755B Full-Track Armored Infantry Vehicle T18E1. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 20 May 1952.

TM 9-775 Landing Vehicle Tracked Mk. I and Mk. II. Washington, DC: War Dept., 5 Feb 1944.

TM 9-759 Medium Tank M4A3. Washington, DC: War Dept., 4 Aug 1942.

TM 9-1000-213-35 Direct Support, General Support, and Depot Maintenance Manual for Cannon, 105-mm Gun, M68, Mount, Combination Gun, M116 and M140, and Cupola, Tank Commander's Caliber .50 Machine Gun, M19 Used on: Tank Combat, Full Tracked: 105-mm Gun, M60A1 W/E (2350-756-8497) and Tank, Combat, Full-tracked: 105-mm Gun, M60 W/E (2300-00-678-5773). Washington, D.C.: Dept. of the Army, 8 July 1975.

TM 9-1325 Ordnance Maintenance--105-mm Howitzers M2 and M2A1; Carriages M2A1 and M2A1; and Combat Vehicle Mounts M3 and M4. Washington, DC: War Department, 21 Sep 1944.

TM 9-1425-646-10 Operator's Manual Launcher, Rocket, Armored Vehicle Mounted: M270 (1055-01-092-0596) Multiple Launch Rocket System. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 20 Jun 1984.

TM 9-1718D Ordnance Maintenance--Hydraulic Turret Traversing Mechanism (Oilgear) for Medium Tank M46. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Aug 1950.

TM 9-1724A Ordnance Maintenance--Engine and Engine Accessories for Light Tank T9E1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 6 Aug 1943.

TM 9-1725 Ordnance Maintenance--Ordnance Engine Model R975-C4 (Continental). Washington, DC: War Dept., 27 Jan 1944.

TM 9-1727 Guiberson Engine, Model T-1020. Washington, DC: War Dept., 8 Apr 1942.

TM 9-1727C Ordnance Maintenance--Hydra-matic Transmission and Propeller Shafts for Light Tanks M5, M5A1, and 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8. Washington, DC: War Dept., 5 Feb 1943.

TM 9-1727D Ordnance Maintenance--Transfer Unit for Light Tanks M5, M5A1, and 75-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M8. Washington, DC: War Dept., 28 Apr 1943.

TM 9-1728 Ordnance Maintenance--Power Train for Light Tanks M3 and M3A1. Washington, DC: War Department, 8 Apr 1942.

TM 9-1729C Ordnance Maintenance--Light Tank M24 and 155-mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M41 Tracks, Suspension, Hull and Turret. Washington, DC: War Dept., Sep 1947.

TM 9-1730A Continental 6-cylinder Engine Model AOS-895-3. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 8 Jul 1952.

TM 9-1730B Cross-Drive Transmission Models CD-500-3 and -4 (Allison and GM). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 3 Apr 1952.

TM 9-1731B Ordnance Maintenance--Ford Tank Engines (Models GAA, GAF, and GAN). Washington, DC: War Dept., 4 Jun 1945.

TM 9-1731C Ordnance Maintenance--Accessories for Tank Engine Model GAA V-8 (Ford). Washington, DC: War Dept., 23 Aug 1943.

TM 9-1735A Ordnance Maintenance--Medium Tanks M26 and M45, Power Train. Washington, DC: War Dept., Sep 1947.

TM 9-1741C Ordnance Maintenance--Chassis, Hull and Turret for Medium Armored Car T17E1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 18 Oct 1943.

TM 9-1743 Ordnance Maintenance--Power Train, Suspension, Hull, and Turret for Light Armored Car M8 and Armored Utility Car M20. Washington, DC: War Dept., 26 Oct 1943.

TM 9-1750F Ordnance Maintenance--Power Unit for Medium Tanks M3A4 and M4A4. Washington, DC: War Dept., 6 Apr 1943.

TM 9-1750G Ordnance Maintenance--General Motors Twin Diesel 6-71 Power Plant for Medium Tanks M3A3, M3A5, and M4A2. Washington, DC: War Dept., 1 Sep 1942.

TM 9-1750K Ordnance Maintenance--Tracks and Suspension, Turret and Hull for Medium Tank M4 and Modifications. Washington, DC: War Dept., 17 Nov 1943.

TM 9-1750L Hull and Turret Electrical Systems, Tracks and Suspension for 3-inch Gun Motor Carriages M10 and M10A1. Washington, DC: War Dept., 9 Dec 1943.

TM 9-1752 Ordnance Maintenance--Auxiliary Generator (Homelite Model HRH-28) for Medium Tanks M3. Washington, DC: War Dept., 20 Mar 1942.

TM 9-1755BB/TO 19-100AD-1 6-Cylinder, Horizontally-opposed, Air-cooled Gasoline Engine (Continental Model AO-895-4). Washington, DC: Depts. of the Army and Air Force, 23 Mar 1953.

TM 9-1756A Ordnance Maintenance--Ordnance Engine Model RD-1820 (Caterpillar). Washington, DC: War Dept., 9 Dec 1943.

TM 9-2350-222-10-1 Operator's Manual Operator Controls and PMCS Vehicle, Combat, Engineer, Full-tracked: M728 (2350-00-795-1797). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 18 Jun 1993.

TM 9-2350-230-10 Operator's Manual: Armored Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle, Full-tracked, 152-mm Gun-launcher, M551A1 (NSN 2350-00-140-5151) and M551 NTC (2350-01-115-1579). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, May 1992.

TM 9-2350-230-12 Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual: Armored Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle, Full-tracked, 152-mm, M551 (2350-00-873-5408) and M551A1 (2350-00-140-5151). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 3 May 1976.

TM 9-2350-230-20-1 Unit Maintenance Manual for Hull, Suspension, and Miscellaneous Hull Components of the Armored Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle, Full-tracked, 152-mm Gun-launcher, M551A1 (NSN 2350-00-140-5151) and M551NTC (2350-01-115-1579). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, June 1996.

TM 9-2350-238-10 Operator's Manual for Recovery Vehicle, Full-tracked: Light, Armored, M578. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 27 Apr 1990.

TM 9-2350-247-10 Operator's Manual for Carrier, Cargo Tracked, 6-ton M548A1 2350-01-096-9356 (EIC AEU) M548A3 2350-01-369-6081 (EIC AE9). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 26 Aug 2005.

TM 9-2350-253-20-2 Organizational Maintenance Manual--Tank, Combat, Full Tracked: 105-mm Gun, M60A3 (2350-00-148-6548) and (2350-01-061-2306) TTS Turret. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 15 Apr 1980.

TM 9-2350-256-10 Operator's Manual--Recovery Vehicle, Full-Tracked: Medium, M88A1. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 18 Aug 1998.

TM 9-2350-256-20-1 Unit Maintenance Manual for Recovery Vehicle, Full-Tracked: Medium, M88A1 Volume I. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Nov 2005.

TM 9-2350-256-20-2 Unit Maintenance Manual for Recovery Vehicle, Full-Tracked: Medium, M88A1 Volume II. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 27 Jun 2005.

TM 9-2350-261-10 Operator's Manual for Carrier, Personnel, Full Tracked, Armored M113A2 NSN 2350-01-068-4077, Carrier, Command Post, Light Tracked, M577A2 NSN 2350-01-068-4089, Carrier, Mortar, 120-MM, M121; Self-propelled, M1064 NSN 2350-01-338-3116, Carrier, Standardized Integrated Command Post System, M1068 NSN 2350-01-354-5657, Carrier, Smoke Generator, Full Tracked, M1059 NSN 2350-01-203-0188, Combat Vehicle, Anti-tank, Improved TOW Vehicle, M901A1 NSN 2350-01-103-5641. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Aug 2005.

TM 9-2350-267-10 Operator's Manual for Carrier, Ammunition, Tracked M992 (NSN 2350-01-110-4660). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 3 Feb 1997.

TM 9-2350-277-10 Operator's Manual for Carrier, Personnel, Full Tracked, Armored M113A3 2350012197577 (EIC AEY), Carrier, Command Post, Light Tracked, M577A3 2350013696085 (EIC AE7), Carrier, Smoke Generator, Full Tracked, M1059A3 2350013696083 (EIC AFA), Carrier, Mortar, 120-MM, M121, Self-propelled, M1064A3 2350013696082 (EIC AE8), Carrier, Standardized Integrated Command Post System (SICPS), M1068A3 2350013696086 (EIC AFC), Carrier, Mechanized Smoke Obscurant M58 2350014186654 (EIC 5CG). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Jan 2001.

TM 9-2350-287-10 Operator's Manual for Carrier, Ammunition, Tracked M992A1 (NSN 2350-01-352-3021). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 6 Jun 1997.

TM 9-2350-287-20-1 Unit Maintenance Manual for Carrier, Ammunition, Tracked M992A1 (NSN 2350-01-352-3021). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 6 Jun 1997.

TM 9-2350-311-10 Operator's Manual for Howitzer, Medium, Self-propelled, 155mm M109A2 (2350--01--031--0586)(EIC:3EZ), M109A3 (2350--01--031--8851)(EIC:3E2), M109A4 (2350--01--277--5770)(EIC:3E8), M109A5 (2350--01--281--1719)(EIC:3E7). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, Nov 1994.

TM 43-0001-31 Equipment Data Sheets for TACOM Combat and Tactical Equipment: Equipment Class 1450, 2310, 2320, 2330, 2350. Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 10 Jun 1985.

TM 55-2350-224-14 Transport Guidance M113 Family of Vehicles (M113A2, M113A3, M106A2, M125A2, M548A1, M577A2, M667, M730A2, M741A1, M901A1, M981, M1015A1, M1059, M1064, AND M1068). Washington, DC: Dept. of the Army, 1 Feb 1993.

Wright, Dr. Donald P., and COL Timothy R. Reese, with the Contemporary Operations Study Team. On Point II: Transition to the New Campaign: The United States Army in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM May 2003-January 2005. Ft. Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Institute Press, US Army Combined Arms Center, Jun 2008.


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