MUTT In Lebanon (1): the M151 in the Lebanese Armed Forces (1)

The Lebanese Armed Forces began using the Ford M151 MUTT in the beginning of the 1970s replacing the widely used Willys M38. Six main Variants were originally delivered, the M151A1, the M151A1C, the M151A2, the M151A2 TOW, the M825 and the M718. Other variants exists and were locally modified.

Lebanese Army M151A1C with an M40 106mm recoilless rifle during the 1972 military parade.

A Lebanese Army M151A2 in Beirut Seaport in 1982 during the MNF deployment.

A Lebanese Army M151A2 of the Military Police during the 1995 military parade.

A Lebanese Army M151A2 of a Mechanized Brigade during the 1995 military parade.

Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade during the 1995 military parade.

Lebanese Army Communication M151A2s of the Support Brigade during the 1995 military parade.

Another view of a Lebanese Army M151A2 of the Support Brigade during the 1995 military parade. The soldier in the foreground belongs to the Anti-terrorism regiment.

A line up ofLebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade seen at the military parade in 2000.

A broken down Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade pushed by soldier at the military parade in 2000.

A Lebanese Army M151A2 of an Intervention Regiment in Beirut , 2003

A Line up of the Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade, November 2004.

A Line up of Lebanese Army Intervention Regiment vehicles with an M151A2 in the foreground, Beirut 2005.

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