Modern - M60A1 with ERA - USA
 
The morning before battle
 
M60A1 with ERA
 

It is the morning of 27 February 1991. The 1st Marine Division is preparing for the battle for Kuwait International Airport.

You can feel the nervousness. But the work is progressing without hesitation. The M60A1 tanks are refueled and in ammunition. Everyone is ready!

At the end of this day, they will have participated in the largest and fastest tank battle in the history of the United States Marine Corps. The 1st Marine Division write history that day.

On 28 February 1991, the Persian Gulf War ends.

 
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Link-Note:

Information about the vehicle

'Development and History of the M-60 tank' on patton-mania.com (EN)

'105mm Gun Tank M60' on tanks-encyclopedia.com (EN)

'M60 (Kampfpanzer)' on de.wikipedia.org (DE)

 

Information about the model

Kit 'Revell M60A1 with ERA No. 03168' on onthewaymodels.com

 

Information about the figures

Figures 'Preiser Modern US Infantry Set 72500' on plasticsoldierreview.com

Figures 'Preiser US Tank Crew 2000 Set 72524' on plasticsoldierreview.com

Figures 'Preiser Tank Crew US Army 2000 Set 72530' on plasticsoldierreview.com

 

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'Modern - M60A1 in "The morning before battle" - USA' on bennosfiguresforum.com

 
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