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Armored Personnel Carrier C111
This Page Last Updated   9 January 2015
In some instances the nicknames of the Cars changed with each new Car Commander and crew.
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"Try Me"
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The Crew Members
Wanted: The missing names and photographs of  the crew members, and any information on who designed the Logo, please use the Email Link provided above.
     The source and origin of the name and logo "Try Me" remains unknown. The bulls eye logo clearly shows the meaning of the nickname.

APC History- On 18 May 1971 The Battalion realigned the combat support and combat service support missions within Military Region III the were previously accomplished by both A and C Company. Both companies had similar missions of staffing remote detachment provost marshal offices and convoy escort duties within the region. The realignment resulted in A Company assuming responsibility for all region provost marshal duties and C Company assuming responsibility for all convoy escort duties.

     C Company APC C111 "Try Me" name and logo first appeared sometime in 1971.

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Miscellaneous Photographs
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 1971- APC "Try Me" and "Prize Fighters" at Bao Loc.
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