105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T19.

This vehicle has not been fitted with a howitzer shield, and still retains the large, fender-mounted headlights. The armored windshield cover is folded down, allowing the lack of a roof and glass windshield to be seen. Since this vehicle is based on the half-track personnel carrier M3, the fenders are thick in cross-section. (Picture from TM 9-710 Basic Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, and Diamond T).)

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105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T19.

This view view shows the rearward placement of the half-track's fuel tanks. Details of the howitzer mount can be seen, along with the .50cal pedestal mount in the rear of the vehicle. The right-angled corners of the fighting compartment are also obvious. (Picture from TM 9-710 Basic Half-Track Vehicles (White, Autocar, and Diamond T).)

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105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T19.

The howitzer mount T2 was standardized as the mount M3 and is pictured here. (Picture from TM 9-1325 105-mm Howitzers M2 and M2A1; Carriages M2A1 and M2A1; and Combat Vehicle Mounts M3 and M4.)

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105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T19.

Crew positions are show here mounted (left) and ready for action (right). (Picture from FM 17-63 Service of the Piece, 105-mm Howitzer, Self-Propelled.)

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