Okay. I'll get a bit detailed here. . . .
Thanks for the detail. The cards in the training aid that I've used does not delve down to that level and, considering the source (US Army), probably was aimed at the lowest common denominator. When I used them thirty odd years ago, it was certainly commented that there was a higher expectation for more detailed vehicle recognition in the Canadian Army. We might not have had the tools for destroying them farther out, but at least we knew who to say hello to when they got close.
And though the name "Jagdpanzer" was used in multiple variations by the German Army, all the examples used in the trg aid were of contemporary vehicles expected to be encountered in NATO and Warsaw Pact forces of the 1980s.