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UNIQUE ID 2586: M110A2 SELF-PROPELLED HOWITZER

Firepower Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich, Britain

(Location: Field of Fire)


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Unique ID: 2586
Added to Database: 22 May 2014
Last Edited: 27 June 2014
Type (ID): M110 (1955)
Model (ID): M110A2 (1957)
Location Category (ID): Firepower Royal Artillery Museum (3250)
Location (ID): Field of Fire (3252)
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall sand.
Collection Reference:
Links: HMVF 1
HMVF 2
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Location History:
(see map)

1: Bowen-McLaughlin York (BMY), York, York County, Pennsylvania, USA (Manufacturer)
2: First Gulf War, Location Unknown, Kuwait (First Gulf War)
3: Rotunda, Woolwich Common, Greenwich, Greater London, Britain (Until ca 2003)
4: Firepower Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich, Borough of Greenwich, Greater London, Britain (Current location)


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Text in original Preserved Tanks In Britain publication:

This M110 was previously on display at the Artillery Museum at Woolwich Rotunda. It is displayed in a tableau with crew mannequins.
It was shipped back from the Gulf and selected for the Museum, and was repainted before being put on display. A sub-machine gun was found under the flooring wrapped in hessian and believed to have been from Syrian forces; it was deactivated and is now in the museum’s collection. (Source: R. Farrant/HMVF).


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June 2012

Left view
1: Left view

Taken: 1 June 2012
Contributor: T. Larkum
Photo ID: 9728
Added: 29 May 2014
Filename: IMG-7001...
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