Six CJV35/U Willys Jeeps served
in the Netherlands Marine Corps from 1953 to 1969. They were a
the Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Apparently 5 of them
to the US
Military Advisory Assistance Group in the Netherlands.
This photograph was taken during the 1960s. Dutch
are riding in the trailer.
KM-80-37 appears on the front, this registration was
assigned to vehicle serial number CJV-35 10505. The
distinctive front tow hooks, lift rings, headlight guards, combat
wheels, antenna bracket and intake snorkel are all visible on this
V-35. The soft top appears to be a later design than what is
illustrated in CJV-35/U Manuals.
This is KM-80-42, serial number CJV-35 10685,
with motor number V 10797. The photograph
was taken in October 1975. Gloss paint, a passenger
motor, and center rear
view mirror have been added, and the gas can carrier
been removed. For several years this Jeep
service vehicle for the Dutch Army Museum in Delft. KM-80-42
today as a museum vehicle, now it is a part of the
collection of the Dutch Marine Corps in Rotterdam.
Below is a list of the V-35s that served in the Netherlands.
Navy Registration Number
These vehicles were equipped with radio set AN/MRC-6B.