Thanks for the link.
But I am trying to establish data for the US Army June-July enemy formations faced.
Obviously, the 17th SS PGD fought the allies during this time...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/17th_SS_Pa ... rlichingen
After the D-Day allied invasion, the Götz von Berlichingen was ordered to Normandy to take part in the efforts to reduce the allied beachhead. On 11 June, the division first met the enemy in combat. The reconnaissance abteilung engaged in combat with the paratroopers of the US 101st Airborne Division near the town of Carentan.
The Americans secured the town and were advancing south by the morning of 13 June.
SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 37, supported by the StuGs of the division's Panzer Abteilung and Oberst Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte's 6th Fallschirmjäger Regiment, attacked the advancing paratroopers. In what the Americans dubbed The Battle of Bloody Gulch, the Germans routed several paratroop companies before their attack was stopped by the arrival of Combat Command A of the US 2nd Armored Division.
For the rest of the month, the division was engaged in heavy fighting for the bocage country near Saint Lô and Coutances. During this period the Götz von Berlichingen suffered heavy losses, and by the beginning of July its strength was reduced to 8,500 men. The division was in the line of advance for Operation Cobra, and suffered heavy losses attempting to halt the allied offensive. It was then ordered to take part in the Mortain Offensive, codenamed Operation Luttich. After the failure of this offensive, the division was split into four Kampfgruppes, KG Braune, Gunter, Fick and Wahl. These small units managed to escape the encirclement in the Falaise Pocket, but suffered heavy losses and remained in almost constant combat with the advancing Americans until the end of the Month, when the division was transferred to Metz for a much needed rest and refit.
But if we examine the data in Panzertruppen II, we see that the 17thSS PGD lost 9 StuG as total write off. They also claimed 'knock-outs' of 7 enemy tanks by StuG, 5 by FlaK&PAK (mot) and 5 by light antitank weapons (panzerfaust, PSK, etc.)
Not the greatest armored exchange. I believe I have read accounts that some of those StuG were destroyed by bazookas.
As I posted earlier, the Panzer Lehr also fought against the US after losing large amounts of armor from June 6-July 8th (against the Commonwealth). They had lost 3 StuG, 41 PanzerIV and 36 Panther up to that point. They and 12SS PD had been the biggest losers in terms of total write offs up to that point (July 8th).
So my main investigation at this point is what armored units the US Army faced.