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Pictures from Fort Riley
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:22 pm
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Neil,

I am working on grids to all the vehicles on Riley, problem is I can't seem to get Google Maps to work with me. As far as the other equipment you listed, I believe all the East Bloc stuff went away from what I was told. The M48 is not around either. I was told she was at MPRC but that could very easily been a bad ID for the M60 there. Next time I'll get up to the tower and surrounding areas and hopefully have more time.

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Depending on what exactly you want to do, my mapping page may be useful to you (instructions are beneath the map):


http://preservedtanks.com/Mapping.aspx


It's what I use to get all the lat/longs on PTC. Just typing in "Fort Riley" is enough to get you in the vicinity.

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No sign of the 2S1, M577 or ZSU-23-4 at MATES?


Went down to Ft. Riley today to shoot the AMX-30 on 18C. Stopped back by the KSARNG Museum at Forbes Field in Topeka and there sat the ZSU23-4 and the 2S1.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:53 am
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Mystery Solved.....

Next time I'm in Kansas I've got to drop by Forbes.

Gary, Did you find a SN or Data Plate in the same location PO pointed out?

Now for the M48..... Hopefully she's somewhere being taken care of. I know she's been MIA for quite some time. Last time I saw her at the CAV museum was in the early 90's.

Neil,

Here are the grids, Thanks Trevor.

T55 Normandy drive: 39.106770, -96.816650
M20 1/4 CAV HQ: 39.106760, -96.817250
M48A3 2-34 AR HQ: 39.111170, -96.817805
M4A3E8 2-34 AR HQ: 39.111355, -96.818500
M47 SN 3177 2nd BDE HQ: 39.113602, -96.813295
M47 SN 8694 2nd BDE HQ: 39.113745, -96.814075
M3 Scout Car 5/4 CAV HQ: 39.114565, -96.811365
M60A3 SN 955 Range Management: 39.118575, -96.825995
M578 (No Picture): 39.103070, -96.820150
AMX-30 Range 18C: 39.135050, -96.750360
M60 SN 1374 MPRC: 39.292745, -96.932535
M41 MPRC: 39.292150, -96.932535
M1IP SN D1156 MPRC: 39.292540, -96.932530
Cavalry Museum: 39.062840, -96.781935
This grid is to the building, I really didn't want to mess with individual grids to each item.
Museum Storage Lot: 39.060445, -96.782130
MATES Site: 39.098415, -96.739300

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- Joe_D


Here are the grids, Thanks Trevor.


You're welcome - let me know if there's anything I can do to it to make it more useful, faster or easier.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 11:32 am
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Nope, I looked and couldn't find any SN. Found some casting numbers but that's all. Forbes is turning into a nice little museum. The vehicles and guns they have now are a M60 Slick, M1IP, M109A4, M110A2, M42, M113A2, M4 HST, M5 HST, M2 half-track, M561 Gamma Goat, M135 2 1/2 T, M54 5 T, ZSU-23-4, 2S1 122 SP, M151A1, M38 extended Medical Jeep, M102 105MM, and the pacs for a M1 and M60. They also have varoious choppers. They have a Skycrane with pod, UH-1D, AH-1 Cobra, and an OH-6. They also have a RB-57 and F4-D.
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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2011 8:50 pm
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I was stationed at Riley with the 701st maintenance in support of the 1/63rd armored. the m48 was on a concrete slab next to what was the museum. this was back in 1974.

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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2011 6:45 am
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I can remember that M48 sitting out by the Cav. Museum for many years. Back in the late 70s I went down there and was climbing on it. If I remember right the gun was a dummy. The canvas dust cover was loose and I don't think there was a mantlet under it. That's if an old man's memory is correct.

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That's her,

Last Time I seen her there was '92 or '93. Picture shows M48 small hatch, not a candidate for A3/A5 update. I never really inspected her up close but the dummy gun explains what I thought was odd when I did look at her. Back before Desert Storm Riley had very few AFV's on display. Most likely she was a range rescue. There were some M47/48 hulks along with M53/55's up on these hillsides ( 39.188260,-96.72810 green Arrow) inside the Artillery/Mortar impact areas. As I said before, both those M47's in front of 2nd BDE HQ's were destined for target duty back in the mid 80's when they were pulled from a bunch at Camp Funston. Got a funny feeling she went back on target duty Sad

New guy,
I was with Rileys' 1-63 back in 86-87, nice to have another BRO alumni here (Big Red One) . After being to Irwin and then Germany, 1-63 is back at Riley with 2nd BDE.

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It must have vanished pre `94. I spent way more time than I ever cared to at Ft. Riley from`94 to `04 and never saw it. In that time frame I spent a lot of time hunting down vehicles on post.
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Many thanks for the info Joe - and everyone else too!
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