Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. E US soldiers pose on Tiger, tactical number 11, at Hunt's Gap, Tunisia. Tiger number 11, together with six other Tigers, were destroyed their crew after becoming bogged down after heavy rain. This Tiger's turret was flipped upside-down by the explosion. The Tigers were part of 7. Kompanie/Panzer-Regiment 7 at the time, as part of Unternehmen Ochsenkopf, (Operation Ox Head), though they were originally assigned to 1. Kompanie/501. schwere Panzer-Abteilung. After being delayed at the battle of Sidi N'sir, the Tigers were ambushed at Hunt's Gap on 28 February, where they fought for several days. During the battle, the commander, Oberleutnant Hartmann, was wounded. Of special interest is the deformation at the middle of the gun barrel, indicating overheating due to prolonged firing. 1. Kompanie/Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 1943-05-25 Tunisia Tiger I with tactical number 314 advances through a Soviet artillery barrage, as seen through the vision slit of another tank. Note that the turret is turned backwards. 3. Kompanie/Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 1943-08 Mga, Russia Tiger I with tactical number 314 passing the forward-most German position during an attack. 3. Kompanie/Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 1943-08 Mga, Russia Tiger I with tactical number 311 in the Leningrad area, having supported infantry around Lake Ladoga. 3. Kompanie/Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 1943-08 Mga, Russia Crew member of Tiger I, tactical number 311, lifting up power lines to allow the radio antenna to clear. 3. Kompanie/Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 1943-08 Mga, Russia The view from a Tiger turret, in Nevel, Leningrad Oblast, Russia. Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 1944-01-22 Nevel, Russia Tiger I on rue Lalouette, Marle, France, being inspected by US soldiers. To the right is a group of French resistance fighters. The tank was abandoned by its crew for unknown reasons, possibly lack of fuel. Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101 1944-08-30 Marle, France Tiger with the early-production commander's cupola.