In-progress review of a Program 5, ATC(H) constructed for Vietnam Riverine Veteran, Michael Hennessey. "Tango" T-151-6
Project Dated: 21 June 1998
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Front of helm and access way to the helicopter landing platform.

Interior arrangement with only one mine shock seat in place.

Port side access way to the helicopter landing platform. The hand rails were constructed of flexible copper wire.

Close-up shot of one of four, Mark 21 (Mod 0) 7.62-mm MG's with it's armored shield.

Retractable ladder to the helicopter landing platform and interior details.

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T-151-6 painted, washed, dry brushed, and weathered with subtle, rust, rain streaks, mud, and water added to the lower hull. It's not common knowledge that riverine craft in Vietnam were not painted olive drab. All boats in Vietnam were painted Marine Corps Green.

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Interior shot of the "Tango" boat painted. note the dirty, weathered inside of the ramp and well deck. This was usually the hardest part of the boat to keep clean due to heavy traffic of grunts entering and exiting the boat from this area.

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This red cross was made on my computer. Printed on normal paper, cut, and pasted to the helicopter landing pad. All the white hull number lettering are dry transfer rub off letters.

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