This armored vehicle was developed in the U.S.A. in 1941–1942 and was produced by General Motors. From October 1942 to December 1943, a total of 2,844 vehicles were produced. It entered service only in the British Army and its dominions, and was not used by the U.S. Army. Several modifications existed for different purposes. In 1944, the Staghound Mk. III was developed, which became the most heavily-armed armored vehicle on wheels in World War II. These armored vehicles were used in battles by Canadian units. After the war, 14 Staghound Mk. IIIs ended up in Denmark. A number of vehicles were also used by the Lebanese Army.
Marks of Excellence requirements for Staghound Mk. III: beta