Model: V-100 (XM-706 E2) USAF Armored Patrol Car
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XM-706 E2 (V-100) - The major change to the V-100 from the Army’s version was that of a weapon platform instead of turret. The platform had a bifold doors, which were surrounded by short-sloped Cadalloy armor walls with mounting points for M60s and M2 MG. XM-706E2 was not required to perform convoy escort duty but air base security, which consisted of patrolling the massive perimeters of air bases and long runways.The first deliveries of the USAF’s XM-706E2 arrived in later 1968 in Vietnam air bases then to Thailand and Philippines sometime later.