G6 self-propelled howitzer in action, operated by gunners of the South African Army. - Image - Army Technology
The Panzer IV was the most common German tank of World War II, and its chassis was used as the basis for other combat vehicles such as tank destroyers, self-propelled artillery and antiaircraft artillery self-propelled. #worldwar2 #tanks
German Self propelled guns of WWII
The M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (M270 MLRS) is an armored , self-propelled , multiple rocket launcher; a type of rocket artillery . US Army.
A very unusual Panther Ausf G modification making this tank more of a self propelled gun.
Wespe self-propelled artillery
U.S. T92, self-propelled 240mm gun. (photo credit: Mark Holloway/LIFE)
Hummel self-propelled artillery
French AMX AU-F1 self-propelled artillery (155 mm)
G6 155mm Self-propelled Artillery Gun