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The M48 Patton is a medium tank and was the third and final tank to be officially named after General George S. Patton. The first version used in Vietnam was the gasoline engined M48A2 but was soon out numbered by the diesel powered M48A3 which became the most numerous US tank during the conflict. The M48A3s were conversions of earlier models so it wasn't uncommon for many characteristics to vary from tank to tank. Some M48A3s had 3 support rollers while others had 5 and the headlight assemblies could either be the early or later type. - - - Specifications : Role: Medium tank Production Dates: 1952 – 1959 Number Produced: Approximately 12,000 Crew: 4 Dimensions: Length: 30 feet 6 inches Width: 11 feet 11 inches Height: 10 feet 1 inch Weight: 53 Tons Performance: Powerplant: 1 X Continental AVDS-1790-2A air-cooled diesel 750hp Fuel Capacity: 375 gallons Max Speed: 30mph Range: 310 miles Armor: 4.7 inch frontal Armament: 1 X 90 M41 Rifled Gun (64 rounds) 1 X 7.62mm coax Machine Gun 1 X 50 cal Machine Gun.
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- "Wild One 3" 919th Engineers, Vietnam War.