Author Gordon L. Rottman covers the organization of these units, the weapons and equipment they used as well as what tactics, theory and capabilities were developed as these units were used in combat. Then there was the understanding and exploitation of the strengths and weaknesses of these units and how they performed in action. Bolstered by a well done selection of period photographs and the superb artwork of Peter Dennis, it makes into an excellent book on the subject. One in which I learned a lot and can easily recommend to you.
Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness, modelingmadness.com (November 2009)
A solid pick for such [military history] collections... Gordon Rottman's World War II US Armored Infantry Tactics, telling of lessons applied between divisions when the nation entered the war and underestimated the ratio of mechanized infantry to tanks.
The Bookwatch (January 2010)
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