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More WWI era artillery for Armyjunk2
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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Neil_Baumgardner
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From the AAF Tank Museum:

M1900 6-pounder field gun



M1904 75mm field gun - purchased as scrap from a range



M1905 3" field gun - also purchased as scrap from a range



M1916 37mm field gun (one of two the museum has)



British WWI 18-pounder howitzer



German FK16 7.7cm field gun



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ArmyJunk mentioned on the WarBirds site that he's off to the Philippines for a while. I hope he brings back lots of photos!
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I did see him lurking on here briefly I believe...

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Also a couple of French 75 pics from the Saumur Carousel last summer





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I'm still here and thanks for the photographs, I will leave Monday for the Philippines and Guam, looking for prewar navy tunnels in the Philippines and a tank...just wandering around on Guam.
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Oooh... There's also lots of coastal defense fortifications you could check out in the Philippines. And Fort Drum... Although I am told you have to watch out for pirates (literally) if you try to go to Fort Drum...

I hope you've checked out Pierre-Olivier's guides for Japanese tanks, I bet there's a few there too...

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neil 5th trip out to corregidor, I could really clutter us up with pics from there. and thanks for the photos, they are great...


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Oops, my mistake! I meant Trevor Larkum's Preserved Japanese Tanks pdf - which you can download from his Armour Archive site:
www.armourarchive.co.uk/pjt.htm - although I am somewhat surprised to find no Japanese tanks listed in the Philippines.

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we are going to see one south of manila...but i might see more if I'm lucky

this one we will see, and thanks again for the artillery pics

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- armyjunk2
I'm still here and thanks for the photographs, I will leave Monday for the Philippines and Guam, looking for prewar navy tunnels in the Philippines and a tank...just wandering around on Guam.


Have fun and take pictures. I'm interested in coast defence equipment and installations so hopefully you'll show us some of them when you get back

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Lesley Delsing sent me his Asia-Pacific file for CFE MBT-class vehicles, the following are listed for the Philippines:

BAGUIO CITY
Military Academy
M4A4 Sherman USA pre


LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN
Lingayen Gulf war Memorial
M24 Chaffee pre
M24 Chaffee pre

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I've seen 12 AFV's in the Philippines so far and I will post some pics later if I remember.... I have a pretty complete thing done on the surviving Japanese tanks maybe Pierre can post it sometime in the future.

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Taking this back to WWI artillery - here's a couple of German pieces from Tankland in LA...

FK16 7.7cm field gun



Geb K 15 7.5cm mountain gun



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wow, thanks a lot for remembering me.........
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Some WWI era artillery from Sumter SC:

M1905 3" field gun at VFW Post 3034



M1897A4 75mm field gun at American Legion Post 15







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