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KAISER JEEP M725 AMBULANCE RECEIVES FRESH COAT OF PAINT

Chris Hauff May 28, 2014

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum crews have started painting the newest addition to the Vietnam Experience Exhibit.

The Kaiser Jeep M725 was the ambulance version of the M715 US military vehicle.   This series was based off of the Jeep Gladiator, and was produced for about two years starting in 1967.  During that time many M725’s were used during the Vietnam War.  They were four-wheel-drive and weighed about 5,000 pounds.  Each ambulance could carry up to five stretcher cases.

The refurbishing should take another week depending on the weather.

The Kaiser Jeep M725 was used in Vietnam from 1967-1969.

The Kaiser Jeep M725 was used in Vietnam from 1967-1969.

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3 thoughts on “KAISER JEEP M725 AMBULANCE RECEIVES FRESH COAT OF PAINT

  1. Pat Waters says:

    Again, you all have taken the past and preserved it for the future. Thank you so much..all of you.

    GPW

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  3. Great post. Thanks for the read.

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