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Any possibility of getting a translation from Vietnamese?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:13 pm
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huynhphuclinh.wordpres...nam-m-113/

..emphasis on first large picture, would like to know how this is captioned (for obvious reasons) and the thrust of whole blog page.

Here's a fun one. Not my vehicle, though, unless they did some restoration. Laughing



In fact, that page has some interesting examples of acquired weapons further down the page. What is the long pointy round those guys are fondling? Looks like it has a fin.

www.militaryphotos.net...?p=3999874
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:55 am
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which rounds in which picture Doug?

OT- I got the pop's pics scanned in and I am organizing them by location, etc... as I speak... should be done soon...
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which rounds in which picture Doug?

OT- I got the pop's pics scanned in and I am organizing them by location, etc... as I speak... should be done soon...


Look forward to seeing them Shawn...

Was asking about these 'har...

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 6:47 am
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Something about that first M113 looks odd to me. It looks low at the rear and there don't seem to be any track marks leading up to it, so it looks sort of sunken into the ground. Maybe a posed picture, with a non-running relic?

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Doug, best translation I can suggest is an automatic Google one (I'm currently using this system for my tanks in France stuff). It does ok, but struggles with any specialist or unusual words:

translate.google.com/t...ry_state0=

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Was asking about these 'har...



They look like Russian/Chinese 37x250R for automatic AA canon, hard to tell for sure though.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 1:26 am
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www.imnahastamps.com/m...yterms.htm

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Doug, best translation I can suggest is an automatic Google one (I'm currently using this system for my tanks in France stuff). It does ok, but struggles with any specialist or unusual words:

translate.google.com/t...ry_state0=



Thanks, Trevor. It conveyed the basic idea.

This part cracked me up, though....

"With traditional trousers not kill vision, get it on weapons and military GPMN had lived many military tank zach, even special units of the size reckless parking..."


Say whut, now?!
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