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Desert Patrol Vehicle Chenowth 3d printed

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Desert Patrol Vehicle Chenowth 3d printed
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Desert Patrol Vehicle Chenowth

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 One the best fun vehicles I drove in the military. So yes I wanted some for my n-scale train loads and lay out. Maybe others remeber driving them also. Would like a few them on there model railroad lay out or to use in a modern military  war game.

 1/9 Infantry tested these. a few was in our Helicopter battalion back in the 80s as part of a test bed. To test sling load it into troops. As a rescue vehicle and as additional fast support vehicle. Along with several other test bed off road buggies. Including a lambaginni Dune buggy. But we had give up 4 of the 8 DPV in place of Humvees.

 The DPV is a variant of the Fast Attack Vehicle, which was developed during the 1980s as part of the United States Army's High Technology Light Division (9th Infantry Division). The HTLD was given carte blanche to develop doctrine, decide force structure, and design equipment by then Army Chief of Staff Edward C. Meyer. One of the pieces of equipment created was the Fast Attack Vehicle. Chenowth delivered 120 FAVs to the Army in 1982. HTTB (High Technology Test Bed) in the units in the 9th Infantry were first to deploy these vehicles[citation needed]. Along with light off-road motorcycles, the FAV was intended to provide a highly mobile component to the mostly foot infantry unit.

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Desert Patrol Vehicle Chenowth
White Strong & Flexible
1.3 cm
1.2 cm
2.4 cm

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