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Gallery Prioritization Help
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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Hi All -

Mrs VB and I have been continuing to visit as many AFV locations as we can in our travels - almost an overwhelming amount - LOL!
To help prioritize our efforts in processing and posting photos, we’d like your opinions on where to focus our efforts.

Should we post the larger museum collections first or concentrate on the more unique and smaller AFV locations?

Here are some of the locations we’ve visited recently:

Larger Museum Collections

US Army Heritage & Education Canter & Heritage Trail - Carlisle, PA
Pennsylvania National Guard Museum - Ft Indiantown Gap, PA
Fort Taber Military Museum - New Bedford, MA
Wisconsin Veterans Museum - Madison, WI
MNNG Museum - Camp Ripley, MN
Heartland Military Museum - Lexington, NE
State Arsenal Military Museum - Lincoln, NE
WW2/Korea LVT Museum - Camp Pendleton, CA
USMC Mechanized Museum - Camp Pendleton, CA
Updates to CFB Borden - mostly outside displays we missed previously- M60A3, M24, Lots of German WW2 Artillery

Unique AFVs/ Smaller collections

AMVets Post 136 - Ephrata, PA - M60A2
Veterans Monument - Euclid, OH - M103A2
Oklahoma Veterans Center – Ardmore, OK – 2 M110s and M59
VFW Post 3656 – Wake Island Veterans Memorial – Bristow, OK – M103, M114 +
Camp Pendleton, CA - Misc displays around post
AL Post 79 - Riverside, CA - LVT(A)1
American Legion Post 154 - Wyoming, MI - M43
C/1-126 Calvary - MIARNG Armory - Dowagiac, MI - M103 & M60A3
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 451 - Baltimore, MD - M551
Shively Park - Shively, KY - M103A2
VFW Post 1181 - Valley Station, KY - M48/M60A2 turret Frankentank

We realize it’s an impossible task to make everyone happy, but let us know what you think.

First come, first served! Smile

Cheers,
VB
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 6:48 am
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I’m looking for photos of that vehicles for Surviving American Post World War II Vehicles Section

the.shadock.free.fr/uspostww2.html


Any help is most wanted.



M44 – 1st Cavalry Division, Old Ironsides Ave, Fort Hood, TX (USA)
M44 – Cannon Shop, National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey, Sea Girt, NJ (USA)

M49 Otter – Artillery Annex to the Militia Museum of New Jersey, Lawrenceville, NJ (USA)

M52A1 – Engelwood, NJ (USA)
M52 – Old Ironsides Avenue, Fort Hood, TX (USA)
M52 – United States Army Reserve Unit, Osage City, KS (USA)

M55 – Kingston, PA (USA)
M55 – U.S. Army Center for Military History Storage Facility, Anniston Army Depot, AL (USA)
M55 – Armory, Cherry Hill, NJ (USA)
M55 – Cannon Shop, National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey, Sea Girt, NJ (USA)

M56 Scorpion – Missouri Veterans Home, St James, MO (USA)
M56 Scorpion – Wrightstown, NJ (USA)
M56 Scorpion – Cedar Rapids, IA (USA)
M56 Scorpion – Faison, NC (USA)
M56 Scorpion – US Army Quartermaster Center & School, Fort Lee, VA (USA)
M56 Scorpion – Guntersville, AL (USA)

M59 – California ARNG Armory, Santa Rosa, CA (USA)
M59 – Colorado Springs Historical Military Museum, Colorado Springs, CO (USA)
M59 – Fort Gordon, GA (USA)
M59 – Tropic Lightning Museum, Wahiawa, Oahu, HI (USA)
M59 – New Albany, IN (USA) (2x)
M59 – New Castle, IN (USA)
M59 – Louisiana Maneuvers and Military Museum, Pineville, LA (USA)
M59 – VFW Post 1224, Brighton, MI (USA)
M59 – American Legion Post 104, Litchfield, MN (USA)
M59 – State Arsenal Military Museum, Lincolm, NE (USA)
M59 – Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center, Institute of Mining and Technology, NM (USA)
M59 – Cortland Manor, NY (USA)
M59 – Historic Collection, Fort Drum, NY (USA)
M59 – Ardmore Veterans Center, Ardmore, OK (USA)
M59 – South Carolina Military Museum, Columbia, SC (USA)
M59 – South Carolina Army National Guard Armory, Moncks Corner, SC (USA)
M59 – South Carolina Army National Guard Armory, Saint George, SC (USA)
M59 – American Legion Post 22, Union, SC (USA)
M59 – American Legion Post 22, Union, SC (USA)
M59 – VFW Post 5150, Loudon, TN (USA)
M59 – Tennessee Army National Guard Armory, Parsons, TN (USA)
M59 – 36th Division Memorial Park, Brownwood, TX (USA)
M59 – Monahans, TX (USA)
M59 – Freedom Museum USA, Pampa, TX (USA)
M59 – Texas Army National Guard Armory, Terrell, TX (USA)

M84 – American Legion Post 205, Capron, IL (USA)
M84 – VFW Post 4008, Belton, TX (USA)

M75 – Private owner, Portland, OR (USA)
M75 – Private owner, Salem, OR (USA)
M75 – US Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, VA (USA)
M75 (second M75) – American Society of Military History Museum aka "Tankland", Los Angeles CA (USA)

M103 - Greensburg, KY (USA)
M103 - The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM (USA)
M103 - Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Rochester, NY (USA)
M103 - USMC Reserve Center, New Holland, PA (USA)
M103 hulk for testing - US. Army Dugway Proving Grounds, UT (USA)

M551 Sheridan – Historical Military Armor Museum, Anderson, IN (USA) (2x)
M551 Sheridan – Richardson Motor Pool Storage Facility Patton Museum, Fort Knox, TX(USA) (2x)
M551 Sheridan – Louisiana Military Museum, Ruston, LA (USA)
M551 Sheridan – Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter, Baltimore, MD (USA)
M551 Sheridan – Local park, Battle Creek, NE (USA)
M551 Sheridan – Camp Perry Military Reservation, Port Clinton, OH (USA)
M551 Sheridan – Missouri ARNG Armory, Jefferson City, MO (USA)
M551 Sheridan VISMOD – Missouri ARNG Armory, Jefferson City, MO (USA)
M551 Sheridan OPFOR T-72 – 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Museum, Fort Irwin, CA (USA)

M728 - Range Control, Fort Hood, TX (about fifteen M728)
M728 - Boneyard, Fort Lewis, WA (six M728)

LVTP5 - Henry Machine Gun Range, Quantico, VA (USA)
LVTP5A1 - National Museum of US Marine Corps, Museum Storage, Quantico, VA (USA)
LVTH6 - American Legion Post 79, Riverside, CA (USA)


Any better photos or more actual photos of vehicles which are already in registers ( the.shadock.free.fr/uspostww2.html ) are most welcome too.

Regard

Rafal
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 7:44 am
Post subject: Re: Gallery Prioritization Help

For me, what matters isn't that much the size of the collection, but how hard is to find quality images of it on the web. Sometime small collections or even single monuments are very well covered already, at the very same time larger collections can be neglected.

On a very personal note, I would love to see the artillery from CFB Borden.

Thanks!

Massimo
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:09 am
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And I the Karl Smith Collection, Tooele, UT (USA) if you someday visit it.

Best

Rafał
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:24 pm
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- bialy-r
I’m looking for photos of that vehicles for Surviving American Post World War II Vehicles Section
M59 – State Arsenal Military Museum, Lincolm, NE (USA)
Rafal


Here is a shot of the M59 at Lincoln, NE. Some "genius" at the NeArNG decided to paint all te equipment in green CARC whether it was historically accurate or not.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 7:00 pm
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- binder001
Some "genius" at the NeArNG decided to paint all te equipment in green CARC whether it was historically accurate or not


still less bad than the "camouflaged" tracks on that Panther. Historically accurate or not is not the question, there is no reason to paint some parts of the running gear of a tank. Sorry, but this is really stupid :


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:52 pm
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Hey VB,
I'd love to see the LVT Museum stuff from Camp Pendleton as I have struck out getting in there during my visits in Nov 2011 & March 2012.

For Rafal,
Here are some notes regarding 3 of the vehicles on your list:

M59 – California ARNG Armory, Santa Rosa, CA (USA)
It is tucked in the Engineer unit's motor pool, so somebody will need to get permission to photograph it.

M59 – Tropic Lightning Museum, Wahiawa, Oahu, HI (USA)
I'm hoping to get pics of it when I'm there this coming August.

LVTH6 - American Legion Post 79, Riverside, CA (USA)
Doesn't exist. VB can vouch for that. There's a LVT(A)-1 located across the street from it. I took pics of the -1 in 2010. VB says he took some as well.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 2:51 am
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Rafal -

Regarding:
M56 Scorpion – Missouri Veterans Home, St James, MO (USA)

Sometime ago, we stopped by the MO Veterans Home in St James, MO and went looking for the M56. We couldn't find any sign of it on the grounds.

Also as Chris said, the LVTH6 listed for American Legion Post 79 in Riverside, CA is not there. Only the LVT(A)1 is on display.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:37 am
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Rafal -

Regarding:
M56 Scorpion – Missouri Veterans Home, St James, MO (USA)

Sometime ago, we stopped by the MO Veterans Home in St James, MO and went looking for the M56. We couldn't find any sign of it on the grounds.

Also as Chris said, the LVTH6 listed for American Legion Post 79 in Riverside, CA is not there. Only the LVT(A)1 is on display.


Thanks

Rafał
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2012 5:31 am
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Ok Gang -

We are working on the following galleries:

CFB Borden - outside displays addendum
M551 Sheridan – Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter, Baltimore, MD
State Arsenal Military Museum, Lincoln, NE
WW2/Korea LVT Museum
Camp Pendleton Misc AFVs
USMC Mechanized Museum

We'll post them when they are done!
Cheers,
VB


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 5:27 am
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Hello Vagabond,
I'am interested in the Leopards and T-55s at CFB Borden.

Regards,
Lesley
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 5:39 am
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Hello Lesley,

Unfortunately, the T-55 was inaccessible. A chap at the museum said it and the T72 were being drained of fluids and were in a shop bldg somewhere on base. Sorry.

The only Leopard we saw was the one outside the museum.

www.vgbimages.com/AFV-...546_zswc3g



There are photos posted in that same gallery of the T55 cutaway inside the museum.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:44 am
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Thanks!
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Rafal -

Photos of the M551 from Camp Perry are posted in our gallery.

www.vgbimages.com/AFV-...485_5Lx2tf

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