LCM-8 landing craft a a village in Greenland

LCM-8 landing craft a a village in Greenland (Google Maps)
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By Dania @ 2011-10-09 08:59:32
The american landing craft LCM-8 was purchased by many greenlandic farmers after the US forces left south Greenland in 1958.

The farmers use it to transport sheep around the island and to the slauhterhouse in Narsaq.
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