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Sheremetevo airport received a brand new ARV, which is actually the civilian version of the BREM-80U. Very nice!  

Yep, this is a crazy good vehicle! I read about it a while ago in an article, if I remember well, it said only a few were built. These are very very useful vehicles. It has one disadvantage, it needs

Remote operated D9N in service with special engineering unit Ya'alom. Fielded in Gaza.     Also came in highly useful in the last conflict in gaza; reveals tunnels up to 10m deep

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Came across a M2 HST, or at least most of one.. The guy wanted more than I could afford, but he'll get what he's asking, eventually.

 

That's one of the vehicles on my "Bucket List". As in "restore and drive in a few parades", if not "Take to a few airshows".

 

Vintage AGE is sadly under-represented in the MV community.

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Look, a DAF V1600 truck!

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just kidding

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It's a DAF V1600 truck mated with the tracks from an M3 halftrack, installed in reverse. Vehicle was a test vehicle for a military airport to act as some sort of wrecker truck. The thing in the back is a crane.

 

Edit: According to the museum it was used for bomb disposal.

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Look, a DAF V1600 truck!

jHKD28M.jpg

 

...

 

 

just kidding

8tRmuux.jpg

 

Tracks:

oUYIzza.jpg

RA53kpc.jpg

7gk8l8H.jpg

 

 

It's a DAF V1600 truck mated with the tracks from an M3 halftrack, installed in reverse. Vehicle was a test vehicle for a military airport to act as some sort of wrecker truck. The thing in the back is a crane.

 

Edit: According to the museum it was used for bomb disposal.

 

EOD/ordinance. That strongly resembles a standard WW2 era U.S. bomb crane.

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