1st Tank Battalion divests Hercules M88

A U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle disembarks from the 1st Tank Battalion ramp on a tow for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)
A U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle disembarks from the 1st Tank Battalion ramp on a tow for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle disembarks from the 1st Tank Battalion ramp on a tow for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

U.S. Marines from 1st Tank Battalion salute the last Hercules M88 recovery vehicle to be driven off by a tow truck at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 is being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)
U.S. Marines from 1st Tank Battalion salute the last Hercules M88 recovery vehicle to be driven off by a tow truck at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 is being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicles disembark from the 1st Tank Battalion on tow trucks for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle disembarks from the 1st Tank Battalion ramp on a tow for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle disembarks from the 1st Tank Battalion ramp on a tow truck for the last time at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Maine Corps Hercules M88 recovery vehicle is fully loaded onto a tow truck at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020 . As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

U.S. Marines with 1st Tank Battalion watches as one of the last Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are loaded up on a tow truck at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Tank Battalion disembarks from a Hercules M88 recovery vehicle that was driven onto a tow truck at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Tank Battalion observes one of the last Hercules M88 recovery vehicles in the Marine Corps at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Tank Battalion drives one of the last commissioned Hercules M88 recovery vehicles at Twentynine Palms, Calif. on July 28, 2020. As a part of Force Design 2030, the Hercules M88 recovery vehicles are being divested from the Marine Corps in an effort to accelerate modernization and realign capabilities, units and personnel to higher priority areas. (U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin Evans)

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