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Country of Origin: Serbia
The BVP M-60P armored personnel carrier, when it was in service, had a high, box-shape hull similar to the U.S. M113 APC, but with a two-piece rather than continuous sloped front.
The driver and co-driver sat directly below the hull roof with the driver on the left. Below their positions was the glacis, which had a hinged plate that probably acted as an access hatch for the engine.
The commander was located behind the driver with the machine gunner to his right. The 12.7-mm machine...
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