I have a KStN for the 65th Infantry Division in Italy, and just to emphasize the Raupenschlepper Ost was not just used in Russia. The 65th had a large number on its establishment, I presume for use as gun tractors.
Daisy Chain is destroyed as soon as it used, so why would you need a counter for it?
Per B28.531 "A SSR may allow....a Daisy Chain....Such placement is noted on paper...A Daisy Chain...can attack only once; thereafter it ceases to exist."
That would require standing orders that permitted you to burn the vehicle.
Canadian standing orders above may be of interest. Crews abandoning tanks were required to discharge the fire extinguishers on exit. As for destruction...
No reason to disagree, though it would be interesting to know if the issue of the gun was really widespread, and more importantly, if it changed tactics at the lower levels in any appreciable way. In the ETO the Americans had such air, artillery and tank superiority it almost seems beside the...
They also use one in the Bastogne episode where the combat patrol goes out and bumps into the German line.
I do believe "Bulldozer" in Sgt. Rock occasionally used one (but only when Russ Heath or John Severin did the artwork - Joe Kubert usually gave him a water-cooled .30, for all the sense...
Out of curiosity, searched Voronezh on the Archive.
From Battleplan(!), battle takes place outside the city.
and one from Russian Rarities.
And that's it.