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Fort Polk Military Museum, Leesville, USA

(Location: 5th Infantry Division Memorial Park)

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Unique ID: 1381
Added to Database: 6 November 2010
Last Edited: 6 November 2010
Type (ID): M24 Chaffee (1075)
Model (ID): M24 Chaffee (1075)
Location Category (ID): Fort Polk Military Museum (68100)
Location (ID): 5th Infantry Division Memorial Park (68102)
Serial Number: 3586
Registration: 90-0457 reported by museum, “US ARMY 423765” painted on hull sides.
Other Identification: White stars painted on turret sides and glacis.
Collection Reference:
Links: Panoramio
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Location History:
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1: Massey-Harris Company, Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA (Secondary manufacturer July 1944-June 1945)
2: Japan (Until April 1978)
3: Fort Polk Military Museum, Leesville, Vernon Parish, Louisiana, USA (Current location)

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This M24 was acquired in April 1978 through the Mutual Defense Assistance Office from Japan, where it had been used under the Mutual Assistance Program. It was in running order.

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