Armored Personnel Carriers

Bellona Handbook No. 2: German Army Semi-tracked Vehicles '39-'45 Part 2. Light Armored Personnel Carriers

P. Chamberlain, H. L. Doyle - German Army Semi-tracked Vehicles '39-'45 Part 2. Light Armored Personnel Carriers
M.A.P. Publications | 1971 | ISBN: N/A | 28 pages | PDF | 17.4 MB
Bellona Handbook No. 2
Compendium by Armada Infantry Fighting Vehicle & Armoured Personnel Carriers

Compendium by Armada Infantry Fighting Vehicle & Armoured Personnel Carriers
Armada International | 2013 | English | 40 pages | PDF | 24 MB
Fighting Vehicles: Armoured Personnel Carriers & Infantry Fighting Vehicles (Repost)

T. J. O'Malley, Ray Hutchins - Fighting Vehicles: Armoured Personnel Carriers & Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Greenhill Books | 1996 | ISBN: 1853672114 | English | 142 pages | PDF | 4.7 MB
Greenhill Military Manuals; No.6
Fighting Vehicles: Armoured Personnel Carriers & Infantry Fighting Vehicles (Repost)

T. J. O'Malley, Ray Hutchins - Fighting Vehicles: Armoured Personnel Carriers & Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Greenhill Books | 1996 | ISBN: 1853672114 | 142 pages | PDF | 4.38 MB
Greenhill Military Manuals; No.6

World War II Tanks and AFVs (Vital Guide)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at July 1, 2010
World War II Tanks and AFVs (Vital Guide)

Jonathan Sutherland - World War II Tanks and AFVs (Vital Guide)
Airlife Publishing | 2002 | ISBN: 1840373814 | 113 pages | PDF | 87.97 MB

The British invention of the Tank during World War I revolutionized land warfare. Twenty years later, tanks and other armored fighting vehicles (AFVs) played a key role in the major theatres of World War II. The German Tiger, the American Sherman and the British Churchill - all are names that have become legendary - but there were also many other key vehicles used by the land armies as they fought for supremacy in two hemispheres. Bren Gun Carriers, Armored Personnel Carriers and many other combinations of gun and mobility were invented to fight in different terrain. The desert of North Africa, the frozen plains of Russia and the rolling countryside of central Europe all presented different challenges. This book provides an introduction to the most famous weapons and gives technical specifications of armor, engine and ammunition, together with performance figures for each vehicle featured.
Warmachines No. 8 Special: A Gulf War Eyewitness Report (Military Photofile 626 - Repost)

Frederick W. Swanson - Special: A Gulf War Eyewitness Report
Verlinden Publications | 1991 | ISBN: 9070932296 | 38 pages | PDF | 22.48 MB
Military Photofile 626

The eighth installment in this series, this special edition deviates from the regular format by focusing entirely on various vehicles and equipment utilized by U.S. Forces serving in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm. All of the photographs in the book were taken by members of the U.S. Army serving with the 131st Engineers, a combat support equipment company of the Vermont Army National Guard. The photographs vividly portray the unique atmosphere experienced by U.S. Armed forces in the desert war. Unique depictions of the fighting men and their equipment are portrayed in combat service, showing such details as camouflage, maintenance, weathering, battle damage, and captured equipment. Some of the fighting vehicles covered include M577 Forward Control Vehicles, M113 Armored Personnel Carriers, M3 Bradley Armored Cavalry Vehicles, M1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks, Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks (HEMTT), M109 Self Propelled Howitzers, M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS), M88 Armored Recovery Vehicles, and damaged, destroyed, and captured Iraqi equipment like the Russian-built T-72 and T-55 tanks. This fantastic volume is a great reference for the military enthusiast, modeler, or history buff.

Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 14, 2009
Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank

R Hunnicutt - Sherman: A History of the American Medium Tank
Presidio Press | 1976 | ISBN: 0891410805 | 560 pages | PDF | 80.48 MB

The M4 Sherman medium tank was the mainstay of the American and British armored forces in World War II. From its introduction in 1942 until the production line closed in the second half of 1945, tens of thousands of these versatile armored fighting vehicles were produced. In addition to the basic tank, which itself went through numerous modifications during its three year production run, many more Sherman variants were produced. The M4 was adapted for use as armored artillery, self-propelled antiaircraft artillery, tank destroyers, cargo and personnel carriers, and a vast array of specialized armored combat engineer vehicles.
As a result of the vast numbers of operational M4s still in service at the end of World War II, the Sherman soldiered on around the world for decades. Indeed, the basic design was so sound and durable that the Israeli Army still had some in use in the 1973 Yom-Kippur War. Heavily modified with a modem, high velocity 75mm gun it was dubbed the Super Sherman.
This massive, heavily illustrated book is, without doubt, the definitive work on its subject.

Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 30, 2016
Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles (repost)

Armored Car: A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles
2002 | ISBN: 089141777X | English | 342 Pages | PDF | 204 MB

US Cold War Aircraft Carriers (Osprey New Vanguard 211) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 27, 2016
US Cold War Aircraft Carriers (Osprey  New Vanguard 211) (repost)

US Cold War Aircraft Carriers: Forrestal, Kitty Hawk and Enterprise Classes (Osprey New Vanguard 211)
2014 | ISBN: 1782003800 | English | 50 Pages | True PDF| 3 MB

Fleet Carriers (United States Navy Camouflage of the WW2 Era Volume 2) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 23, 2016
Fleet Carriers (United States Navy Camouflage of the WW2 Era Volume 2) (repost)

Fleet Carriers (United States Navy Camouflage of the WW2 Era Volume 2)
1995 | ISBN: 0944055052 | English | 67 Pages | PDF | 25 MB