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    Apparently the reserves still use M1icon carbines, M60's and finally, the grand old Cadillac of them all, Garands for target work and marksmanship training, now that shows a certain class to me...

    On a wider note in the early 90's, they were certainly still using M113 APC's and UH1 Hueys, I remember seeing both in use around Tan Son Nhut.

    I think a few Chinooks were still operational at that time, parked on the old military dispersal apron and appeared to still be airworthy.
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