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M36 Jackson - Survivors
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:22 pm
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Surviving M36 Jackson Tank Destroyers

For now I have photos to those vehicles:


M36 Jackson – Private collection, 't Harde (Netherlands) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson ''Jiger Jamer'' – Private collection, Turnhout (Begium)
M36 Jackson – Museo della Motorizzazione Militare della Cecchignola, Rome (Italy)
M36 Jackson – Arpaise (Italy) - The gun and mantel are fake
M36 Jackson – Gambatesa (Italy)
M36 Jackson – Caserma "De Carli" Cordenňns (Italy)

M36 Jackson – Army Technical Museum, Lesany (Czech Republic) - It’s one of 12 M36 used by Slovenian Army It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Army Technical Museum, Lesany (Czech Republic) - It’s one of 12 M36 used by Slovenian Army It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Muzeum Obrněné Techniky, Smržovka (Czech Republic) - It’s one of 12 M36 used by Slovenian Army It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Miclic Range and Military Area (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina)- It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Miclic Range and Military Area (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Muzejska Zbirka Naoružanja Domovinskog Rata, Kralovac (Croatia) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson (7075) – Park of Military History, Pivka (Slovenia) - It’s one of 12 M36 used by Slovenian Army - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Deposit Area of Park of Military History Pivka (Slovenia) - 8 of 12 M36 used by Slovenian Army - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle (8x)
M36 Jackson – Etimesgut Tank Müzesi (Turkey)
M36 Jackson – Iran-Iraq War Monument, entrance to Taft near Yazd, Yazd province (Iran)
M36 Jackson – Unknown location (Iran)
M36 Jackson – Unknown location (India) - This M36 was captured from Pakistani Army in the war of 1965.
M36 Jackson – Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing (China)
M36 Jackson – Unknown Marine Corps Museum (Taiwan)
M36 Jackson – Armor Academy and military base, HuKou (Taiwan)
M36 Jackson – Seul War Museum, Seul (Korea)
M36 Jackson – Tsuchiura Tank Museum, Tsuchira (Japan)
M36 Jackson (7069) – Virginia Museum of Military Vehicles, Nokesville, VA (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Military Museum Of Southern New England, Danbury, CT (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle It was a gift of Yugoslavia Govorment
M36 Jackson (4733) – Garbarino World War II US Military Vehicle Museum, San Rafael, CA (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Fort Bliss Museum, Fort Bliss, TX (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – U.S. Cavalry Museum, Fort Riley, KS (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Private collection, Albany, GA (USA)
M36 Jackson – New Orelans, LA (USA)


M36B1 Jackson – 11 Armoured Cavalry Division military base, Żagań (Poland) - It is an ex-Iranian Army tank, it was captured during Iraq-Iran war. It was found in Iraq and brought to Poland
M36B1 Jackson – Military Base Museum, Vukovar (Muzej Domovinskog rata u Vukovaru) (Croatia) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36B1 Jackson – Shiraz, Fars Province (Iran)
M36B1 Jackson – 4th Infantry Division Museum, Ft. Hood, TX (USA)

M36B2 Jackson (4964) – Jacques Littlefield Collection, Portola, CA (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36B2 Jackson – National Armor and Cavalry Museum, Fort Benning, GA (USA) - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle

T71 Slugger GMC – Aberdeen U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, MD (USA)
T71 Jackson – Private collection, Titusville, FL (USA)


Looking for more info about those M36s:

M36 Jackson ''Sugar Puss'' – Unknown location (USA)
M36 Jackson (4970) – Unknown location (Kosovo) - Current location is unknown - It is an ex-Yugoslavia Army vehicle
M36 Jackson – Private collection (unknown location) - RN 40177445
M36B1 Jackson – Unknown location (Iraq) - It is an ex-Iranian Army tank, it was captured during Iraq-Iran war.


Looking for photos of those M36s:

M36 Jackson- Mike Moss Combat Vehicles (Private owner), Easton, PA (USA)
M36 Jackson - Karl Smith Collection, Tooele, UT (USA)
M36B1 Jackson - Mike Moss Combat Vehicles (Private owner), Easton, PA (USA)


Any help most wanted

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:33 am
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Two pieces of M-36, one version of the B1 and B2 are versions of a deposit in the Serbian army in Kačarevo.U us appeared in a magazine article about the deposit.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:06 am
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- Patrik
Two pieces of M-36, one version of the B1 and B2 are versions of a deposit in the Serbian army in Kačarevo.U us appeared in a magazine article about the deposit.


What other vehicles are in deposit in the Serbian army in Kačarevo ?
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:20 am
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There are mainly guns and mortars. From tank one M-47 Patton, one M4A3 Sherman, one T-34/85, two SU-100 (SD-100?), two M-36 Jackson (B1, B2), two m-18 Hellcat and one M15A1 Halftrack.

I'll send you there and scan images.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 7:46 am
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I'm looking for more info about this M36B1:

www.flickr.com/photos/...otostream/
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 8:10 am
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? Irak,Iran
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:32 am
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Another M-36 probably is not on the list. It is from the USA.
EX-Jugoslavia?
bbs.stardestroyer.net/...mp;t=91071
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 1:06 pm
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- Patrik
Another M-36 probably is not on the list.

It is:

Looking for more info about those M36s:

M36 Jackson ''Sugar Puss'' – Unknown location (USA)
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 1:10 pm
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Rafal

Some info
M36 Jackson ''Jiger Jamer'' – Private collection, Turnhout (Begium)

This is also an Ex-Yougoslavian M36

M36 Jackson – Private collection (unknown location) - RN 40177445

From a Private collector in the UK.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 1:30 pm
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Thank Michel
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 2:09 pm
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Hello,

the correct nickname is Tiger Tamer..

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 2:17 pm
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Hello,

the correct nickname is Tiger Tamer..

Pierre-Olivier


Are you sure

s34.photobucket.com/al...8_1175.jpg
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 4:38 pm
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- the_shadock
Hello,

the correct nickname is Tiger Tamer..

Pierre-Olivier


Are you sure

s34.photobucket.com/al...8_1175.jpg


Here is the marking the M36 was carrying in August 2010 at Tanks in Town :



the expression "Tiger Tamer" has a meaning in wartime, and "Jiger Jamer" has no meaning..

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:50 pm
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- Patrik
Another M-36 probably is not on the list. It is from the USA.
EX-Jugoslavia?
bbs.stardestroyer.net/...mp;t=91071


Given it has a fume extractor on the 90mm I suspect it was an ex Yugo vehicle.

The M36 at Hubbard Ohio had the same gun but the outer 'cannister' of the extractor had been removed leaving only the small holes in the gun tube as a hint of where the gun came from

And I will lodge my protest to connecting the name Jackson to the M36. I have never seen any reference to that name before wargame documentation in the early 70s. I dispute the use of this name and the name Scott for the M8 HMC unless someone can come up with some period reference

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:47 am
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I can't remember the owners' names, but there is an ex-Yugoslav M36 that now resides in eastern Kansas. THey also have an M4A1 "Grizzly" (Canadian-assembled M4A1 Sherman). Here is a link to it at the MVPA Convention in Topeka, KS in 2010.
picasaweb.google.com/g...2881896834

I don't believe that it currently carries any markings. It still has the roof armor kit. The engine area is not changed back from its Yugo conversion (few, if any, have been).

I agree with Bob about the name. THe M10 and M36 didn't have names in US service, those were British inventions. I never heard any reference to "Jackson" until I saw it in a German tank book in the late 1970's. To US troops it was a "TD" or an M36. Same with the "Scott" howitzer motor carriage - it was an M8 or an "assault gun".

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