102.Lebanese Armed Forces Vehicles: The M151 MUTT

M151A1

A Lebanese Army M151A1 of the 2nd Mechanized Brigade, southern Lebanon, October 2005.
A Lebanese Army M151A1 , southern Lebanon, October 2009.
A Lebanese Army M151A1 on the scene of a roadside bomb, Sidon, May 2011.

M151A1C

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

M151A2

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.
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.
Lebanese Army M151A2s of the Support Brigade during the 1995 military parade.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of an Intervention Regiment in Beirut , 2003
A Line up of Lebanese Army Intervention Regiment vehicles with an M151A2 in the foreground, Beirut 2005.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 MUTT
A Lebanese Army M151A2 in Beirut downtown, December 2006.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of the 12th Mechanized Brigade with locally added protection frame, 2006.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 in downtown Beirut, Feb. 2007.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of the 12th Mechanized Brigade with protection frame, Feb. 2009.
Lebanese Army M151A2s of an intervention Regiment with protection frame, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, June 2009.
Lebanese Army M151A2s of an intervention Regiment, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, July 2009.
Lebanese Army M151A2s of an intervention Regiment with protection frame, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, August 2009.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of an intervention Regiment, Beirut, 2007.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of an intervention Regiment, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, December 2009.
Lebanese Army M151A2s of an intervention Regiment St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, March 2010.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of the 12th Mechanized Brigade with an overheating engine, April 2010.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 in Beirut, 2010
A Lebanese Army M151A2 of the 4th Intervention Regiment, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, April 2011.
Another Lebanese Army M151A2 of the 4th Intervention Regiment, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, April 2011.
Lebanese Army M151A2 and M35A2 of the Maghaweer Regiment.July 2011.

M151A2 Hardtop

A Lebanese Army M151A2 with Hardtop, Sidon, Feb 2007.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 hardtop of an intervention Regiment, St Gilles Fortress, Tripoli, Lebanon, January 2010.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 hardtop in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon, January 2010.
A Lebanese Army M151A2 hardtop of the 1rst Mechanized Brigade, Sidon, March 2010. This vehicle have side doors missing.

M151A2 TOW

Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade during the 1995 military parade.
Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW vehicles 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 Line up of the Lebanese Army M151A2 TOW of the Support Brigade, November 2004.

M151A2 MILAN

Lebanese Army M151A2s with MILAN ATGM during the Military Parade of November 2009.

M718

A rarely seen Lebanese Army M718 in the streets of Sidon, April 2011. This M718 appears to be used like a normal utility vehicle and not anymor as an ambulance. Nevertheless most Lebanese Army M718s are still used as field Ambulance.

M825

A stunning photo of a Lebanese Army M825 of the Maghaweer Regiment during the battle of Nahr El Bared, August 2007.
A Lebanese Army M825 of the Maghaweer Regiment during the live-fire exercise in Aqoura, September 9, 2011. (EGL/Samer Kassis)
A Lebanese Army M825 of the Maghaweer Regiment during the live-fire exercise in Aqoura, September 9, 2011. (EGL/Samer Kassis)
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One thought on “102.Lebanese Armed Forces Vehicles: The M151 MUTT

  1. Marhaba
    Great pictures. I was in your country in 1979 till 1980.
    Unifil dutch batallion A-coy, stationed in Yatar, siddiqin, sribbin, tyre barracks.
    still have sweet memories and love you country.
    One day I will visit your country before I die.

    kind regards
    Joe Nettekoven
    Amsterdam
    The Netherlands

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