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  • #16
    Hallo Gents & Ladies,

    running parallel with the theme of number plates, I think a good idea would be to post the

    number plates seen in Irish U.N. veterans pictures of vehicles seen in the Irish U.N. A.O.

    And if possible the year / Battalion the picture is from.

    In my pictures from the 46th Irish Batt, the following number plates can be seen:

    In Atiri, circa March / April 1980 Panard A.P.C. reg UNIFIL 4278*.

    In Bhytahoun Jan / Feb 1980 Panard A.P.C. reg UNIFIL 4278*.

    In Bhytahoun Jan / Feb 1980 Panard A.P.C. reg UNIFIL 4276.

    * this I believe shows A.P.C.'s and possibly the A.M.L 90's were rotated around the Irish A.O.

    In the "Blackhole" - 1 A.M.L. 90 and 1 Panard A.PC..

    In Atiri - 1 A.M.L. 90 and 1 Panard A.P.C.

    In Bhytahoun - 1 A.M.L. 90 and 1 Panard A.P.C.

    In Sultinia - 2 X Panard A.P.C.'s

    Connaught Stranger.

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    • #17
      One AML 90 was lost to a fire, not sure if it was in the AO on not. But if it was it would have been replaced.

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      • #18
        Hi Dev
        do you know if it was struck off charge or rebuilt?
        regards
        GttC

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