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Inside A Wreck Of Lav 150
Vietnam

Inside a wreck of LAV-150 Commando Amor Car. LAV-150 is a light armored 4x4 vehicle. This vehicle was used by US Army, US Airforce and US-allied in Vietnam War.

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