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Iraqi Armour and Vehicles at the First CAV Museum


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Iraqi Armour and Vehicles at the First CAV Museum

Here are some pictures I took last summer at the First Cav Museum at Fort Hood, TX. It is a collection of Iraqi Vehicles captured during the Gulf War. I want to add to the GMIC for all others to share, please feel free to leave some great information about these Iraqi vehicles.

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SSG Luna, Lorenzo

T72 Tank:

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GREAT shots. I usually an annual summer visit to Austin so guess I'll have to make a day trip to Ft Hood.

Thanks for sharing

Let me know when you come down I will meet you there.

Lorenzo

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Paul

Every 2 years the sand and repaint these Iraqi, Russin made Beauties:

Thank you for Viewing

Lorenzo

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Lorenzo,

Thanks for sharing those great images with us! It looks as if the Army actually takes good care of these historic items!

Hallo Gents, :beer:

it would be nice to see the A.A. Cannon on post 16, jacked up off the tires,

as they are going flat and the rubber will eventually split. :(

Kevin in Deva :beer:

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