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The Experimental PIAT Carrier

In late 1944, the Royal Canadian Engineers were tasked with improvising a harassing weapon. The result was the Experimental PIAT Carrier. The Canadian Sappers mounted more than a dozen PIATs (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank) onto the back of a Universal Carrier! In this video Matt digs into this history of this curious in-field adaptation!

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0:00 – Introduction
00:35 – 16th Field Company RCE
01:20 – The PIAT Carrier
03:00 – An Answer To The Nebelwerfer
03:36 – PIAT Truck
04:40 – Report on First Test
07:00 – Bring Up The PIAT Carrier!
08:40 – Call to Action
09:30 – Op VERITABLE
10:00 – Examining the Photos Closely
12:40 – Conclusion

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