|.50 M2 MG (AA)||2d10+1d8+6||200||700|
|.30 M1919A4 MG||2d6+4||110||4000|
The standard halftrack of American forces throughout the war, the M3 was first standardized in September 1940. Developed as a fast reconnaisance vehicle to protect mechanized infantry from small arms fire, the halftrack was also widely used as a gun carrier, conveying small howitzers and large mortars for close support of infantry. The M3 was built to carry 3 crewmembers and 10 soldiers. Nearly 50,000 halftracks based on the M2/M3 model were produced during the war.
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