LVTP-5


The LVTP-5 (Landing Vehicle, Tracked, Personnel) is a family of amphibious armoured fighting vehicles used by the Philippine Marine Corps and formerly, the United States Marine Corps. It was designed by the BorgWarner company and built by FMC (Food Machinery Corporation) along with a few other companies. It was first accepted into service in 1956. Some 1,124 basic units were produced, plus the specialist variants, and many saw action in the Vietnam War. Designer M Bergman


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