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NARA) Two tanks helped buttress the US defense of Hotton on 21 December and this M4 of Co. G, 33rd Armored Regiment was knocked out in the fighting. (NARA) 44 light tanks in the process. In all, about 100 US vehicles were abandoned or destroyed, including 23 M5A1 and M4 tanks, 15 M7 105mm selfpropelled howitzers, 14 armored cars, 30 jeeps and 25 2½ ton trucks. The destruction of this trapped column distracted the lead elements of the Panzer Lehr Division from their main assignment of Bastogne.
Although the 48th Panzer Corps had failed to reach its first day objective of the Clerf river, American resistance was obviously weakening as the 110th Infantry was being overwhelmed by forces many times their size. General Cota radioed to the 110th Infantry that they were to hold "at all costs", knowing full well that the regiment guarded the only hard-surface road to Bastogne, the route through Clerf (Clervaux). Cota still had a very modest reserve on hand, 110th Infantry's 2nd Battalion and the light tank company of the 707th Tank Battalion.
The divisions were tank-heavy and infantry-weak, so they were usually paired with infantry divisions for a more balanced force with an infantry regiment added to An armored dough of the 3rd Armored Division mans a roadblock with a bazooka near Manhay on 23 December, hours before the 2nd SS-Panzer Division attack. (NARA) A Panther Ausf. G of 2nd SS-Panzer Division knocked out in a fork in the road between Manhay and Grandmenil during the fighting on 23 December 1944 with the 3rd Armored Division.
Battle of the Bulge 1944: Bastogne by Steven J. Zaloga, Howard Gerrard, Peter Dennis