Self-propelled Flame Thrower Carrier M132A1 at the United States Army Chemical Corps Museum.

The usual machine gun cupola on this vehicle has been replaced by the M8 flame gun cupola group. The position for the smaller coaxial machine gun is visible to the flame gun's right. The guard for the M28D sighting periscope can be seen on the cupola's crown. The trim vane is also absent, granting us a view of the powerplant compartment front door. (Picture courtesy 8Hussar Ottawa.)

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Self-propelled Flame Thrower Carrier M132A1 at the United States Army Chemical Corps Museum.

The base of the cupola was ringed with four vision blocks, two of which can be seen here. (Picture courtesy 8Hussar Ottawa.)

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Last updated 22 May 2016.
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