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TM 9-2800: Standard Military Motor Vehicles
Technical Manual, U.S. War Department, September 1, 1943
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Introduction and explanation of terminology
          SectionI.  Amphibians and landing vehicles   
II.Armored cars
III.Scout cars
Car, Scout, M3A1, (4 x 4)
IV.Cargo and personnel carriers
Car, Half-Track, M2
Car, Half-Track, M2A1
Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M3
Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M3A1
Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M5
Carrier, Personnel, Half-Track, M5A1
Car, Half-Track, M9A1
Carrier, Cargo, T14
Carrier, Light Cargo, T15
Carrier, Universal, T16
V.Self-propelled artillery
Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M14
Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M15
Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M15A1
Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M16
Carriage, Motor, Multiple Gun, M17
Carriage, Motor, 37-mm Gun, M6 (3/4-Ton, 4 x 4)
Carriage, Motor, 57-mm Gun, T48
VII.Tank transport and recovery vehicles
Truck, 1/4-ton, 4x4 through Truck, 1 1/2-ton, 4x2
Truck, 1 1/2-ton, 4x4 through Truck, 2 1/2-ton, 6x4
Truck, 2 1/2-ton, 6x6 complete
Truck, 4-ton, 4x4 through Truck, 10-ton, 6x6
IX.Truck tractors
XII. Busses
XIII.Passenger cars
XVIII.Chart of responsibilities and index

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