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US Army AFVs from eBay
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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M2A2 Light Tank






M2A4 Light Tank





WWII 709th Tank Bn M5 Hedgerow Hurtgen Forest Photo

Patton Tanks Watch Ger Carry Looted Food Fm Wreck Photo


M1 Combat Car


M2A1 medium Tank in action


T25



M2 Medium Tank




T26E1


T3, Aberdeen


M1922 Medium Tank


T2 Medium Tank


T28 on bridge


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The terrain in the T-28 picture sure doesn't look like Aberdeen. I wonder if this is the one that was lost out at Yuma? Notice it doesn't have the outside track units installed. And it appears to have the track hoisting jibs installed on the two front fenders

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The terrain in the T-28 picture sure doesn't look like Aberdeen. I wonder if this is the one that was lost out at Yuma? Notice it doesn't have the outside track units installed. And it appears to have the track hoisting jibs installed on the two front fenders


I'd say that is desert terrain, like around Yuma....

I'll bet that is the T-28 Super Heavy 'FLAME' tank... Mr. Green

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I say it's Yuma too. They used to test bridges down there on the Colorado.

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Those pictures are on E-Bay? Wonder how the seller got them? They look like they were removed from a photo album.





The crew of this tank must have been ambidextrous. I see 4 machine guns, a Thompson, and a 45 cal. pistol sticking out. Sheesh!
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The crew of this tank must have been ambidextrous. I see 4 machine guns, a Thompson, and a 45 cal. pistol sticking out. Sheesh!



Naw, its just one guy......John Rambo's Grandfather..... Mr. Green


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Those pictures are on E-Bay? Wonder how the seller got them? They look like they were removed from a photo album.


I've bought a few booklets of old photos & info from this guy. Many of them were described as having been put together by a "former intelligence" analyst or some such...

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Marmon-Herrington CTVL, Mexico



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Exellent shots of halftracks, Italy, 1944

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Is someone looting the files at Aberdeen??
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Since I know you guys are downloading these, puh-leeze I want copies when I get back...I´m not where I can download and save right now.

Thankyuhveruhmuch. Wink
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Hi Bob! Hi Folks!

- bsmart
The terrain in the T-28 picture sure doesn't look like Aberdeen. I wonder if this is the one that was lost out at Yuma? Notice it doesn't have the outside track units installed. And it appears to have the track hoisting jibs installed on the two front fenders


I have to agree with everyone else, looks like Yuma to me.

On second look, I think the double tracks are there. When they are removed there is no armored side plates.

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Hi Bob! Hi Folks!

- bsmart
The terrain in the T-28 picture sure doesn't look like Aberdeen. I wonder if this is the one that was lost out at Yuma? Notice it doesn't have the outside track units installed. And it appears to have the track hoisting jibs installed on the two front fenders


I have to agree with everyone else, looks like Yuma to me.

On second look, I think the double tracks are there. When they are removed there is no armored side plates.

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WOW!! Good catch....and I thought vision dimenished with age.....(DOH!!)

There are definitely two sets of track visible on the near side (left side). The skirts are also a good indicator...





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Yea on second look (especially with the picture of the outer tracks being towed) I agree the outer tracks are installed in the Bridge photo. In the 'towed' photo ther is a verticl side plate above the tracks, the side slope is actually on the outer track segment

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Hi Don! Hi Folks!

- Dontos

WOW!! Good catch....and I thought vision dimenished with age.....(DOH!!)



Vision just fine! It was the brain that wasn't working! I looked at that photo about four times before I remember this one that you had found and noticed I could not see all of the bogies and the support rollers.

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