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1972 AEC Militant Mk3 - Dropside (FTM 604L)
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No: 11038   Contributor:   Year: 2001   Manufacturer: AEC   Country: England
1972 AEC Militant Mk3 - Dropside (FTM 604L)

This well restored and very rare LHD 6x6 Mk 3 Militant was one of a batch built for use by the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR).
It was photographed on 35mm film attending the AEC Rally, Newark, Nottinghamshire, England in May 2001.
Picture added on 14 October 2013 at 07:31
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If the "tac-sign" is correct, than it was in use by the MSO (Mixed Services Organisation), a civilian organisation manned by former displaced eastern Europeans.

Added by Roger Greenaway on 14 October 2013.
Roger,
Thanks for the comment, I understand that these AEC's were used to move spares to various units.
So it is likely that LEC's (Locally Employed Civilians) were used on such "milk runs" rather than military personnel.
Regards,
Steve

Added by Stephen Prosser on 15 October 2013.
Hi guys , This mili was just like the ones we used in our Sqn in Mulheim ad rhur we were on BAOR delivering loads all over on their freight service work . We started with the MK1s so the MK3s were really a jump up , and what great vehicle very capable . My tac sign was 437 . These were used by several different units throughout BAOR .

Added by Bill Warren on 10 October 2014.
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