084f2db8c6 Soviet PzKpfw IV Ausf H . In March of 1942, 25 of Ausf F1s were later converted to Ausf F2s. Ausf F also featured new turret design, drive sprocket and idler. Work on all new vehicles was stopped in December of 1941 and all efforts were focused on the development of a heavier tank Panther. Left: Syrian PzKpfw IV Ausf H at Latrun. Panzerkampfwagen IV also became a base for special purpose vehicles.From February to May of 1940, 20 Ausf C/Ds were converted by Krupp to bridge layers Bruckenleger IVb. Kfz. If you plan to use anything found here for other than personal use, permission is required ! .. Ausf G featured new simplified design turret mounted with smoke grenade launchers. The vehicle was operated by five men crew composed of commander, gunner and loader in the turret and driver along with machine gunner / radio-operator in the front part of the hull.
The crew of five consisting of commander, gunner, loader, radio-operator and driver operated the vehicle. ACHTUNG PANZER FORUM TOPICS Subscribe to RSS headline updates from: Powered by FeedBurner Browse the forums Credits Forum Site Map & Search Panzer Profiles Additional Information Captured / Foreign Equipment Registry Additional Articles Vehicles of the Wehrmacht Bron Pancerna Glossary Panzer Generals and Aces Panzer Movie Clips Military Links Awards & Nominations Established on December 20, 1996. Ausf Bs entered service in 1938 and served until late 1943. Conversions Flakpanzers (Air Defense):. Syrian Panzerkampfwagen IV in USA. 162 / 162/1,. Vehicles received a designation Sd.Kfz.267 if equipped with Fu 8 and Sd.Kfz.268 if with Fu 7.