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Kennzeichen der M2 Alligator Fähren / VRN’s of the M2 Rigs

 

Klicken Sie auf ein Kennzeichen und eventuell, wenn ich ein Foto des Fahrzeugs habe,

öffnet sich ein neues Fenster!

Click on a VRN, and possibly, if I have a photo of the vehicle, a new window opens!

 

VRN CALLSIGN VRN CALLSIGN VRN CALLSIGN
24 BT 74 21C 25 BT 00 30E 26 BT 10
24 BT 75 25 BT 01 26 BT 11
24 BT 76 25 BT 02 26 BT 12
24 BT 77 25 BT 03 10D 26 BT 13
24 BT 78 25 BT 04 22C 26 BT 14
24 BT 79 25 BT 05 26 BT 15
24 BT 80 25 BT 06 26 BT 16 11C
24 BT 81 25 BT 07 26 BT 17
24 BT 82 25 BT 08 26 BT 18
24 BT 83 25 BT 09 26 BT 19
24 BT 84 25 BT 10 11E 26 BT 20
24 BT 85 25 BT 11 26 BT 21
24 BT 86 25 BT 12 26 BT 22
24 BT 87 12C 25 BT 13 26 BT 23
24 BT 88 25 BT 14 26 BT 24
24 BT 89 25 BT 15 26 BT 25
24 BT 90 21H 25 BT 16 12B 26 BT 26
24 BT 91 25 BT 17 26 BT 27
24 BT 92 25 BT 18 26 BT 28
24 BT 93 25 BT 19 10C 26 BT 29 30D
24 BT 94 25 BT 20 26 BT 30
24 BT 95 25 BT 21 26 BT 31
24 BT 96 25 BT 22 20D 26 BT 32
24 BT 97 25 BT 23 26 BT 33
24 BT 98 12D 26 BT 34
24 BT 99 26 BT 35
26 BT 36 21D
25 BT 54 11D 26 BT 37
25 BT 58 26 BT 38
25 BT 59 26 BT 39
26 BT 40
26 BT 41
26 BT 42
26 BT 43
26 BT 44 12D
26 BT 45
26 BT 46
26 BT 47
26 BT 48
26 BT 49
26 BT 50
26 BT 51
26 BT 52
26 BT 53
26 BT 54
26 BT 55
26 BT 56
26 BT 57
26 BT 58
26 BT 59
26 BT 60
26 BT 61

Many thanks to Andy from Plain Military Forum, who give me the informtion to complete my VRN List!

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Characteristics M2
Overall lenght 11,35 m
Width Road 2,995 m
Width Water 5,920 m
Height Wheels (retracted) 3,320 m
Height Wheels (Road) 3,920 m
Height wheels (Cross-Country) 4,160 m
Turning Circle 25,4 m
Turning Circle 4-wheel steering n/A
Total weight with crew 23000 kg
Crew 4
Max Speed Road 60 km
Water Speed unloaded 4,11 m/s
Fuel Capacity 500 ltrs
Full Range Road 1000 km
Full Range Water 6,7 hrs

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Die folgenden Bilder einer M2B Fähre entstanden mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Pressestelle des sPiBtl.130 aus Minden!

Vielen Dank dafür das ich auch den Innenraum betreten durfte!

 

The following images of M2B ferry created with the support of the
Press Office of the sPiBtl. 130 from Minden!
 Thank you for this that I was allowed to enter the cabin!
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  1. Gary Packer

    Great site. I’d love to find out to what happened to 24BT79. I spent three happy years as her crewman/pilot/driver 82-85. Got 68kph out of her going down the long Autobahn hill at Herford. She only failed to make a build twice, both times not her fault, and god knows how many yellow Herforder 10 packs she carried in the back hatch for us. A great girl.

    1. Arnd Wöbbeking

      Hey Gary, nice to hear about „your“ girl during your time in hamelin!

      Best regards Arnd

    2. David Vercoe-Rogers

      Gary the M2 ,rig reg No 24BT79 entered service with 2 Troop 23 AES, in 1969 , its first Cmdr. Was a Cpl. Jeff Jelly ex 9 Para. SQN.RE. the pilot was Jim Pedley , last heard of Jeff Jelly was S/Sgt. At Dover .

  2. Dennis Kitching

    I was in 23 Amphibious Engineer Squadron from Jan 66 to Dec 70. I started off in 2 Troop with Heavy Ferry then went to 1 Troop with Gillois until we got our M2 rigs 69(I think it was) ! Troop then formed 64 AES soon after which I was posted to Central Engineer Park.

    1. Arnd

      Thanks for your posting! Everytime very great to hear from former members of the units in hameln!

      Regards
      Arnd

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