February 1936

Mobile Machine Gun Nests

Volume 20, Issue 1

Out in Indiana is a concern that has been "tinkerin' with tanks" ever since the World War. They were smart when they fell heir to the famous Marmon motor. They were sharp when they directed their efforts toward a non-turret combat tank and proceeded to interest the Marine Corps in their product. Before a board of officers at Quantico last fall Mr.

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