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Rolling Line Haul Museum

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The Line Haul Museum, started in 1997.  Its goal is to preserve the history of the truck driver during the Vietnam War.  We do this by going to schools, living history events and parades.  I hope this site will spread the word about the history of the Line Haul driver and make people aware of the history that we have walking among us.


There will also be comments from me and what the Museum has done in the past and the near future.

Broken down M-123 10 ton tractor in Vietnam.

Save for them a place inside of you and save one backward glance when you are leaving. For the places they can no longer go. Be not ashamed to say you loved them. Though you may or may not have always. Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying, and keep it with your own. And in that time, when men decide, and feel safe to call the war insane! Take one moment, to embrace those gentle heroes...
You left behind...
~Major Michael D. O'Donnell~
January 1, 1970
Dak To, Vietnam

2010 Living History Show, Ft. Drum NY
Convoy with a replica 359th Trans Co Guntruck.

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2012 Green Mountain Military Vehicle Show

What's New?

Welcome all to 2013.    Excuse the construction as my site has been in need of some updating.  So with some Jimi and CCR from the speakers,  I will get some work done so enjoy.

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All 3 deuces.

Within this site, you will see actual pictures taken during the Vietnam War.  Some of these pages will give you a idea of what the driver did and the people that helped him do his job.

2012 Green Mountain Military Vehicle Show
Bunker Display

Please get in touch with any comments or reactions to my site.

Preserving the history of the truck driver in Vietnam