|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||Vietnam: Phuoc Tuy Province, Nui Dat|
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Rear view of a Land Rover used by the Australian army in South Vietnam. Visible on the centre ...
Rear view of a Land Rover used by the Australian army in South Vietnam. Visible on the centre line of the vehicle is a mount and ammunition box for an 7.62 mm M60 general purpose machine gun, with further ammunition boxes specially fitted in a rack behind the driver's seat. The vehicle has been fitted for radio and carries the Army Registration number (ARN) 174-451, with the unit number 86 stenciled above the ARN. A non standard step made from angle iron has been fitted beneath the towing eye and a number of smoke grenades are visible in a compartment up front next to the steering wheel. This vehicle has suffered slight damage to the rear bumper bar as a result of a collision with a Diamond Reo prime mover.