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    American Legion Post 521, Montgomery, New York

    I'll start a week earlier the commemoration of the Memorial Day (US) when war dead are remembered. This is a rarity, half kindergarten, half war museum, peaceful co-existence. Is that AA gun a 37mm?
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    That is the US M1 37mm antiaircraft gun. It is very rare. No more than a dozen remain in the world. It was used in the M15 AAA halftrack. I know one guy who would kill to own that.

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