- binder001The M10 and M36 didn't have names in US service
- binder001To US troops it was a "TD" or an M36
name Jackson get connected with M36 and now every specialist of AFV used both description M36 and Jackson.- binder001British inventions
- TCW15There is no M36 in albany Ga it should be albany NY that M36 is mine
- bsmart- PatrikAnother M-36 probably is not on the list. It is from the USA.
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
- Roy_A_LingleI also agree with Bob about the name Jackson. Do to the internet, a lot of hobby magazines, and books a lot of vehicles are being tagged with unoffical names
- TCW15will there be a pdf file for M36's?
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