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Old 06-03-21, 00:54
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Default Utes and 109 sets

Looks like a Militia unit training with 109 sets. Grab the ute off the farm and take it to the local unit !

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Typical of pre-war and early war, non-mobilised militia units where hiring vehicles for the annual camp from members of the unit was the norm.


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