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Old 10-03-22, 11:15
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The photo in Hanno's post above shows rather well how properly done disruptive camouflage breaks up the shape of a vehicle. It also shows how hard it is to disguise the wheels.

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Old 11-01-23, 08:36
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Default More RAF Otters

Alan Swanson posted some of his Father’s photos.

Nigel Warwick commented: “No 2 Armoured Car Company RAF. The GMC Otters were acquired in Tunisia around March 1943 to replace the Fordsons. They were then used until the early 1950s by the Company, later No 2 Armoured Car Squadron RAF Regiment.”

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