I'm a modeler and there is a bit of debate on this vehicle. British military equipment always had a name, and not just a number. Lee, Grant, Stuart, Sherman, were all started by the British to describe American lend equipment. One vehicle was the M10 tank destroyer. Supposedly it was named the Wolverine in British service. Except there was also an M10 armed with the excellent 17 pounder anti tank gun. Many people believe it was called the Achilles. Can anybody verify from personal experience if British troops ever refereed to this tank destroyer as Achilles, or just 17 pounder Wolverine, or what?