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The AFV ASSOCIATION was formed in 1964 to support the thoughts and research of all those interested in Armored Fighting Vehicles and related topics, such as AFV drawings. The emphasis has always been on sharing information and communicating with other members of similar interests; e.g. German armor, Japanese AFVs, or whatever.
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I believe it is in Taiwan.


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Here in Belgium its cald a AIFV (Armored Infantry fighting vehicle), in the Nederlands its a YPR-765. I believe its also used in Turkey, Korea, Malasia(???). It's basically a M113 in disguise.

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Thanks! Looks like a good machine. Razz

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Italians have something along the same lines:
www.ferreamole.it/imag.../vcc01.htm

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The Netherlands army is puting them out of service because of the new CV90NL

Here in Belgium its cald a AIFV (Armored Infantry fighting vehicle), in the Nederlands its a YPR-765. I believe its also used in Turkey, Korea, Malasia(???). It's basically a M113 in disguise.


Is also in United Arab Emirates, build in license in Turkey
In Turkey calles ACV-300 aka ACV-S, this type is in use in Jordan

I can not find any reference to Taiwan, is the picture not taken in Malaysia ?

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- Tichenor
Here in Belgium its cald a AIFV (Armored Infantry fighting vehicle), in the Nederlands its a YPR-765. I believe its also used in Turkey, Korea, Malasia(???). It's basically a M113 in disguise.

Michel


Its a CM-21 variant and its taiwanese...

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*Men may come and men may go but M113s goes on for ever*
the Canadian Army tried to retire M113s but had to keep some
to send to afghanistan because LAVs had mobility problems...

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