US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951

Caption   US military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Marine Corps
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Photos at Same Place Tokyo, Japan
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 20 Jul 2014

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
3 Jun 2014 09:39:02 PM

While this truck is a venerable “deuce-and-a-half,” it is an uncommon variant. This is an International Harvester model M-5H-6 most of which, like this one, served the US Navy/Marines.

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