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AVDS 1790.so what engine did the m60 have I only saw a few in korea that belonged to the ROK. but never got up close to one . I do remember you could here them suckers miles away.
1/124 Alpha troop. Armored Cav out of Waco.
Oldag89 was in the same unit with me. We just didn't know each other then and have since met here on this website and at the Texas Rally's.
We must have been there together. I was an SMP/PFC '88-'89. I missed out on the Idaho drill due to my Reserve paper work from A&M not getting there in time. That really bummed me out.
I cant believe Lt Smith made General. He was so soft spoken and laid back as a squadron leader.
Back to the M60. We had a 3 day drill in May of '88 where we took them out for one last romp through Fort Hood.
My Guard unit? 3/102nd AR- 50th AD, we still had M48A5 in 1988-89. Took away the .50BMG M85C Cupola, gave the TC an M60D. They were those goofy interim hull, had 3 return rollers instead of 5, so when I went into the Armory Motorpool the first time as a Mortar Maggot, I saw the 3, said "Aw, cool! "We" have M60s! I built a Tamiya 1/35 of one before" but was quickly corrected by the E6 "Naw, son, we still have '48s"Thanks for posting this. I started of in the Guard with the "slick 60." We were very pleased to get the oh so advanced M60A3 with it better targeting system and controls.
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