The Aging Marine LAV Is Now a Museum Piece

The Aging Marine LAV Is Now a Museum Piece
U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Daniel Barker

The Corps' Light Armored Vehicle, or LAV, has been rolling around since the 1980s and is still active across the force.

And now, the aging vehicle has recently been inducted as a museum piece.

The National Museum of the Marine Corps took delivery of an LAV-25 in December for inclusion in future galleries that are still under construction and expected to open at the end of 2019 or early next year, according to Gwenn Adams, a spokeswoman for the museum.

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