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Bantam BRC 40 4x4 Light Reconnaissance Vehicle, Fort Holabird, Maryland, United States, Feb 1941

Caption   Bantam BRC 40 4x4 Light Reconnaissance Vehicle, Fort Holabird, Maryland, United States, Feb 1941 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 5 Oct 2008

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1. Anonymous says:
1 Mar 2009 04:27:13 PM

This photo was taken Feb. 1941 at Fort Holibrid in Baltimore, Maryland. This is one of the first BRC-40 Bantam jeeps to come off the assembly line in Butler, Pa. where they were made.

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