Patrol Boat, River - Wikipedia
Patrol Boat, Riverine or PBR, is the United States Navy designation for a small rigid-hulled patrol boat used in the Vietnam War from March 1966 until the end of 1971. They were deployed in a force that grew to 250 boats, the most common craft in the River Patrol Force, Task Force 116, and were used to stop and search river traffic in areas such as the Mekong Delta, the Rung Sat Special Zone ...
Patrol Boat River – Wikipedia
Als Patrol Boat River (auch Rigid oder Riverine), kurz PBR oder lautmalerisch Pibber, wurde von der US Navy eine Klasse kleiner, leichter Patrouillenboote für den Einsatz in flachen Küstengewässern und Flüssen bezeichnet, die insbesondere im Vietnamkrieg ab 1966 zum Einsatz kam. Später wurde das Boot auch von der US Army in derselben Rolle eingesetzt.
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Designs Photos - RiverVet
Designs of 1967 Vietnam Era Boats Click any image in the right column to enlarge, or use the links in the left column to see photos of this boat type.
Boghammar - Wikipedia
A Boghammar is a High Speed Patrol Boat for use in coastal patrol. The term Boghammar originated from the Iranian patrol boats manufactured by the Swedish company Boghammar Marin AB during the 1980s used in the Iran–Iraq War and its "Tanker War".
Agent Orange: Alphabetized Ships List - Public Health
Agent Orange: Alphabetized Ships List. The list of U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships associated with military service in Vietnam and possible exposure to Agent Orange has moved to the Veterans Benefits Administration compensation website.
The Mark II PBR Boats of the Brownwater Navy in Vietnam
This is a PBR (Patrol Boat River) unit arriving or leaving? at the YRBM 20 during a storm. This photo was taken in 1970 from the YRBM 20 in Chou Doc near the cambodian Border.
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RiverVet - Don Blankenship's site about River Boats in ...
The Vietnam war impacted a generation. These are the stories and pictures of one sailor's experiences in that war. Hopefully, along the way I'll provide you information on the little known, yet valuable contributions to the war effort by "The Brown Water Navy."
US military vehicles, Tanks and Artillery - Militariarg.com
M84 Mortar CarrierThe M84 was a modified M59 that carried a 4.2" mortar pointing backwards. Roof plates on the M84 could be opened to allow the mortar to be fired from inside the vehicle.