The Multiple Gun Motor Carriage, T10 (abbreviated as T10 MGMC) is an American prototype self-propelled anti-aircraft halftrack developed in 1941 to 1942.
The trial vehicle was fitted on the same vehicle as the T1E2 MGMC pilot.
Three turrets were proposed, with the turret from W. L. Maxson Company being chosen.
- T10 MGMC
- Original prototype.
- T10E1 GMC
- New prototype on the M3 Halftrack and with the T17E1 gun mount.
| Land Vehicles of the United States of America |
1919 - 1945
|Transport||M2 (A1 • A2 • E6) • M3 (A1 • A2 • E2) • M5 (A1 • A2) • M9 (M9A1)|
T7 • T14 • T16 • T29 • T31
|Trucks||T15 • T16 • T17 • T18 • T19|
|Gun Motor Carriages (GMC)||M3, 75mm (A1) • M34, 40mm|
T12, 75mm • T48, 57mm • T54, 40mm (E1) • T59, 40mm (E1) • T60, 40mm (E1) • T68, 40mm
|Howitzer Motor Carriages (HMC)||T19, 105mm • T30, 75mm • T34, 105mm • T38, 105mm|
|Multiple Gun Motor Carriages (MGMC)||M2 Halftrack (B-6) • M13 • M14 • M15 (A1) • M16 (A1) • M17|
T1 (E1 • E2 • E3 • E4) • T10 (E1) • T28 (E1) • T58
|Mortar Motor Carriages (MMC)||81mm M4 (A1) • T19 • M21 • T21 (E1)|
|Utility||Patton's Command Vehicle • Radio Carrier, T17 • T18 Instrument Carrier|