US Army Ordnance Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground
A familiar name to all students of armor, the Proving Grounds at Aberdeen are home to the US Army Ordnance Museum. They have many unique armor subjects and are in the process of renovating their vehicles, many of which have been parked outside for years. The museum is raising funds for the renovation and housing of their vehicles. Please visit their website at US Army Ordnance Museum
"Leopold" German railway gun.
M36 "Jackson" Tank destroyer fitted with 90mm gun in an effort to combat the heavy German tanks
M48, the main battle tank of the US at the time of the Vietnam war.
M4A1 Calliope. Sherman fitted with rocket tubes.
Looks like we have here a M53.
I think this is an M55 without the huge muzzle brake that the Minitanks model has!.
M12 Motorized Gun Carriage
Russian T34/76, early model.
Sherman Firefly - This looks like it is a IC. Notice the vision blocks making this an early Sherman that was converted and probably delivered to Aberdeen for evaluation. There is a Panzer IV alongside.
M1A1 - early Abrams
M16 multiple gun carriage missing its guns.
First World War Mark V female tank with a Whippet behind.
Panthers. Ausf A on the left, Ausf G on the right.
Pz Kpfw I Ausf B. I believe that's a Russian T26 behind it. Maybe a T26B.
SP guns. Foreground: 15cm sFH13/1 (Sf) auf Geschützwagen Lorraine Schlepper (f) (Sd Kfz 135/1). Background: "Grille" SdKfz 138/1. 15cm gun on Pz38t chassis. Two examples of self-propelled gun mounted on captured chassis.