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To the American soldiers serving along the Italian Front, the presence of rockets was like a page out of a Buck Rogers comic book. They had grown accustomed to seeing them mounted on the wings of quickly speeding American fighter aircraft, but to see and hear them up close and personal when fixed to the turret of a Sherman tank (pictured) seemed altogether too bizarre. This article, "Rockets in Italy", will allow you to learn about the use and deployment of the U.S. Army's "ground rocket-gun" and how it amazed all the men who ever came near enough to see one.

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The American 4.5 Multiple Rocket Launcher (Yank Magazine, 1945)

The American 4.5 Multiple Rocket Launcher (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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