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M2 Tank

The M2 Tank was the predecessor to the M3 Stuart series of light tanks that saw extensive service during World War II. Developed for the U.S. Army in the mid-1930s, the M2 light tank featured a 37mm main weapon in a traversing turret along with .30-caliber machine guns for infantry support. The M2 tank did serve early in World War II and proved pivotal in the defeat of the Japanese on Guadalcanal in 1942.



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