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Inside the wreck of M88 ARV in the Army Museum, Hue
Vietnam

This photo was taken inside the wreck of M88 Armored Recovery Vehicle (ARV) exposed outside the Army Museum in Hue. M88 is ARV was used in Vietnam War by US Army.

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