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Old 11-12-2010, 03:59 PM   #11
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Amazing pics, thank you for sharing!
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Thank you Tango.
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Thanks Tango!

The shot of the Iwo Wall brought tears to my eyes that I'm still trying to blink back with a lump in my throat.
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The Thing! My father was a Seabee CPO commanding a platoon of Jeeps with M40 106mm recoilless anti-tank rifles. Seabees use Marine combat weapons and training and there was some talk about giving the Ontos to some Seabee anti-tank units, but it never came about. I think the Seabees would have loved the Ontos; it had the same engine as their 2-1/2 ton trucks and it would have been really useful (even without the turret and guns) as a tractor.

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