Egyptian Days (3)

Some captures made by Mathieu Morant of lesser seen vehicles of the Egyptian Army during these last days.

An M1070 HET Transporting an M1A Abrams in Alexandria.
A great combination consisting of an M1070 HET, an M1A1 Abrams, An M1025 Humvee and a Walid APC.
An  YPR-765 PRI heading for the State Security headquarters
An M113 Fitter in a convoy next to Medinet Nasr
An M577 of the same convoy
Another M577 in the same convoy
Same convoy, M978
An URAL 375 Shelter
Rear view of the URAL 375 Shelter
An M88A2 HERCULES
An M1A1 Abrams
A BMR-600 entering Suez city
Another BMR-600 in Suez
An M901 ITV in Alexandria
A Cadillac Gage Commando Scout in front of the Egyptian Army’s General Command HQ
Another Cadillac Gage Commando Scout next of the Egyptian Army’s General Command HQ
Another Cadillac Gage Commando Scout in front of the Egyptian Army’s General Command HQ
International Paystar 5000 Tank Transporters. Note that there are two types of cabins.
Another International Paystar 5000 tank transporter.
An M113 with Amphibious Kit probably locally made. Looking like the Arisgator.
A locally modified BMP-1 with Amphibious kit In Nasr City
An UAZ 452D in Nasr city.
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