107mm Self-propelled Mortar Carrier M106A2 in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

This M106A2 has its trim vane deployed. When swimming, the trim vane would prevent water from coming over the M106A2's hull and swamping the vehicle. Behind the trim vane is a round access hatch, and to the right of this is the powerplant compartment front door. The mortar bridge and baseplate are stowed on the left side of the hull. This M106A2 is fitted with the T130E1 single-pin tracks. (Picture courtesy Armor Foto.)

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107mm Self-propelled Mortar Carrier M106A2 in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

A rear view of the same vehicle shows further details of the mortar equipment stowage on the left side of the hull. A tow cable is wound on the rear ramp, and the mortar rotator assembly is stowed on the vehicle's right rear fender. (Photo by Richard S. Eshleman.)

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