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M752 Tracked Carrier
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No: 5800   Contributor: Glenn from Canada   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: FMC Corp.   Country: England
M752 Tracked Carrier

The Royal Artillery Museum. American - 'Lance' 560 mm Surface to Surface Battlefield Support Missile - 1972 - on M752 Tracked Carrier.
The M752 Lance Self Propelled Missile Launcher (SPL) is based upon the US M113 personnel carrier and has the same suspension and power train. Lance came into British service in 1976, equipping the 50th Missile Regiment, Royal Artillery and replacing Honest John. Lance was finally withdrawn from service in 1992.

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Picture added on 16 May 2011 at 07:28
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Firepower Royal Artillery Museum, United Kingdom
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