Modified Mark VI Tank manned with a 380mm howitzer captured by Co. C, 117th
Feb. 26th, 1945 in Oberembt, Germany coordinates 130628
Sgt. examines holes that knocked out the "Monster".
Rear Ammo Door
Tank-like objects are ammunition.
Grenade launcher as seen from underside of hatch. Refurbished.
Photos obtained from the National Archives, College Park, Summer of 2005
(Descriptions are from back of photos)
Wrecked Mark V in field on the road to St. Barthelmy.
Two Mark V tanks and halftrack on road to St. Barthelmy.
Mark V and two vehicles on road to St. Barthelmy.
No Description with photo. Map by Jay Karamales.
Mark V tank, note the angle relative to the road. North of Mortain on the road to St. Barthelmy.
Halftrack and German Duck on the road to St. Barthelmy.
American Tank Destroyer and Mark V tank on road to St. Barthelmy.
South end of roadblock looking south to Mortain.
North end of roadblock looking south to Mortain.
South end of roadblock looking north from Mortain.
Two roads approaching bridge looking north.
View of Hill 317 from the Southwest.
Rhine River Crossing
117th Infantry Regiment crossing site