|s.Pz.Abt. 501 (later redesignated s.Pz.Abt. 424)||Tiger I & Tiger II||Crouching Tiger||Formed May 1942. Sent to North Africa
|s.Pz.Abt. 502 (later redesignated s.Pz.Abt. 511)||Tiger I & Tiger II||Mammoth||Formed August 1942. Sent to front near Leningrad in August 1942. First Tiger unit into combat. (2nd Ko. was attached to s.Pz.Abt. 503 and eventually became 3rd Ko. of s.Pz.Abt. 503.) The unit fought on the Eastern Front until the end of the war. Renamed s.Pz.Abt. 511 in January 1945. s.Pz.Abt. 511 picked up several Tiger IIs late in the war.||Otto Carius|
|s.Pz.Abt. 503 (later redesignated s.Pz.Abt. Feldherrnhalle)||Tiger I & Tiger II||Tiger head||Sent to Russia in January 1943. Fought in southern Russia. Received new Tigers in spring 1943, and fought in Battle of Kursk and later with Panzer Regiment Bäke near Cherkassy. Withdrawn in April 1944 and refitted. Sent to Normandy with Tiger Is and Tiger IIs. Destroyed in Normandy and the German retreat. Equipped with Tiger IIs and sent to Hungary. Renamed s.Pz.Abt. Feldherrnhalle in December 1944.||Kurt Knispel, Freiherr von Rosen, Walter Scherf|
|s.Pz.Abt. 504||Tiger I||Formed January 1943. 1st Ko. sent to North Africa, surrendered with other German forces in May 1943. 2nd Ko. fought and destroyed in invasion of Sicily. Withdrawn and reformed. Transferred to Italy June 1944. Fought at Anzio. Remained in combat in Italy until end of war.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 505||Tiger I & Tiger II||Bull; later a charging knight on horseback||Formed January 1943. Fought at Kursk with 9th Army. Withdrawn July 1944 and refitted with Tiger II. Returned to Eastern Front. Fought in East Prussia until end of war. s.Pz.Abt. 505 used a distinctive marking of a charging knight on horseback on many of its tanks.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 506||Tiger I & Tiger II||"W" with Tiger and shield||Formed July 1943. Sent to Eastern Front in September where fought along Dnieper and at Krivoi-Rog. Pulled out and refitted with Tiger II in August 1944. Fought around Arnhem during Operation Market Garden. s.Pz.Kp. Hummel equipped with Tiger I was attached in November 1944 as 4th Ko. Fought in the Battle of the Bulge. Surrendered in Ruhr pocket in April 1945.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 507||Tiger I & Tiger II||Blacksmith hammering a sword(?)||Formed September 1943. Sent to Eastern Front in March 1944. Fought at Tarnapol, Vitebsk, and Narev. Withdrawn in February 1945 for refitting with Tiger II. Fought near Paderborn before pulling back. Ended the war in Czechoslovakia where it surrendered.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 508||Tiger I||Bison||Formed August 1943. Fought in Italy at Anzio. Turned remaining Tigers over to s.Pz.Abt. 504 and withdrew in February 1945.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 509||Tiger I & Tiger II||Tiger head in shield(?)||Formed September 1943. Issued Tiger I and sent to Eastern Front. Fought on Eastern Front until withdrawn to re-equip with Tiger II. Received Tiger II by January 1945 and dispatched to Hungary. Surrendered to U.S. troops near Linz, Austria.|
|s.Pz.Abt. 510||Tiger I||Standing bear in shield(?)||Formed June 1944. Received Tiger I in June and July. Sent to Eastern Front where the unit fought in East Prussia and Kurland until end of the war. end of war.|
|s.SS-Pz.Abt. 101 (later redesignated s.
||Tiger I & Tiger II||Crossed keys in shield||Formed July 1943. Components remained with LSSAH in Italy and on the Eastern Front until withdrawn. By April 1944 the unit was complete and equipped with Tiger I. The unit fought in Normandy, notably at Villers-Bocage. 1st Ko. was withdrawn and equipped with the Tiger II and sent back into battle in France. The unit was destroyed in Normandy during the German retreat. In September 1944, the unit was redesignated s.SS-Pz.Abt. 501. The unit was re-equipped with Tiger IIs and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. In 1945, the unit was transferred to Hungary.||Heinz von Westernhagen, Michael Wittmann|
|Tiger I & Tiger II||Lightning rune||Formed October 1943. Fought in Normandy. Destroyed in German retreat. Withdrawn for
refitting in September 1944. Redesignated
|Tiger I & Tiger II||Formed November 1943. Trained with Tiger I. Redesignated
||Karl Brommann, Karl Körner|
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• Schneider, Wolfgang. Tigers in Combat Volume I & II. J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing, Inc., Winnipeg, Canada, 1998.