Miltary History Days - Charles City IA
The American and British airborne squads move across an open field against an entrenched foe, fortunately with some suppressing fire from General Sherman
The tank moves up and we in its shadow. We like its firepower, but it sure is a bullet magnet.
That 3" gun, and timely artillery support, help the allies move up and use a German track for cover.  Once the firing stops, prisoners are captured and taken back for interrogation, while the G.I. get medical help to the wounded of both sides.