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Yesterday there was some more

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This weekend is the Rolling Steel 2012 event
About 300 vehicles including some tanks
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There were 2 M10 Achilles
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:02 pm
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About 't Harde;
the M113C&V and the AMX-105 are both still standing in front of the buildings at the Tonnet barracks. The artillerymuseum has 2 x M110, one of them a former Spanish one. The other one is NLD army. I was told the M109 and M110 from Overloon are back at the art museum. The second M110 was from the one at Overloon. Inside the museum is another AMX-105.

The MLRS which was at the Oirschot open day is indeed the former US Army one formely at the army museum depot. It has been modified to resemble a NLD vehicle and painted in NLD colours.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:30 am
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Thanks for the information

It's about time to make a updated version of the register

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