Patton tanks ( M47 Patton, M48 Patton) were some of the United States Army's principal tanks of the after World War II period. These models were named after General George Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during World War II. It was replaced in US service by the M1 Abrams.
中文: M60巴頓（M60 Patton）是美國陸軍第四代也是最後一代的巴頓系列中戰車。M60巴頓在冷戰時期主要當作主力戰車（Main battle tank）使用，服役期間大概從1960年至1990年代早期。M60巴頓戰車家族是用來取代過去的M48巴頓。
日本語: M47,M48パットンはアメリカ陸軍の第二次世界大戦後の主力戦車で名称はジョージパットン将軍に由来する。 M47 Patton Edit
M47 Patton, Fort Meade, Maryland
M47 Patton in National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning.
M47 in Armeemuseum Dresden, Germany (2005)
M48 Patton Edit
M48 tank moves through Saigon, 03/12/1966
Marines riding on an M48 tank, Vietnam, 1966
M48 Patton tank west of Saigon, Vietnam.
M48 Patton tank in position as static road security, Vietnam.
M-48 Patton Tanks on a road in Vietnam.
Tanks and ACAVs form defense perimeter at bridge site.
M48 Patton - night firing
Marine Corps flamethrowing tank M67 (based on M48) in Vietnam, 1966
Vietnam. M67 burns No-name Village during Operation Doser near Binh Son in the Quang Ngai Province.
M48 Patton in the Tank Museum Thun, Switzerland
M48A2C on the last run to Museum