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American-built M3A1 Scout Car in British service as an ambulance, circa 1940M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 1 of 4
American-built M3A1 Scout Car in British service as an ambulance, circa 1940M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 1 of 4
M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 2 of 4M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 3 of 4
M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 2 of 4M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 3 of 4
M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 4 of 4George Patton in his modified M3A1 Scout Car, circa 1943, photo 1 of 2
M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 4 of 4George Patton in his modified M3A1 Scout Car, circa 1943, photo 1 of 2
George Patton in his modified M3A1 Scout Car, circa 1943, photo 2 of 2T5E1 Mortar Carrier, date unknown
George Patton in his modified M3A1 Scout Car, circa 1943, photo 2 of 2T5E1 Mortar Carrier, date unknown
Soviet troops in US-built M3A1 scout car fighting in Vienna, Austria, Apr 1945Israeli Palmach forces in US-built M3A1 Scout Cars in the Negev region in southern Israel, 1948
Soviet troops in US-built M3A1 scout car fighting in Vienna, Austria, Apr 1945Israeli Palmach forces in US-built M3A1 Scout Cars in the Negev region in southern Israel, 1948
M3A1 Scout Cars at Lydda Airport, Israel, Jul 1948Construction of a road along the Syrian border in eastern Hula valley, Israel, 1957-1958; note US-built M3A1 Scout Car
M3A1 Scout Cars at Lydda Airport, Israel, Jul 1948Construction of a road along the Syrian border in eastern Hula valley, Israel, 1957-1958; note US-built M3A1 Scout Car
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