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fredag 12 juli 2019

M151A2 Operation Urgent Fury, Grenada 1983

Here are the images on the M151A2 as used during urgent Fury I could find on the internet.
Most came from Pinterest and where possible I added the original source.
As always, this post is just for sharing info, nothing more.

found this one on Tumblr: 
Nothe the M40 with ANV/PS-4 optics.

I think the next one is a Rangers' M151 too. The reasons for that are the green uniforms, the lack of Airborn-insignia and the M60 sidemount, not used by the Airborne. There are no markings on the vehicle either, whereas Airborna units did retain them.

82nd Airborne:

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