Philippine Marine Corps
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* - The Federal Research Service Country Study for the Philippines lists these as "LAV-253," possibly an incorrect contraction of LAV-25 and LAV-300 (as the V-300 series was later known). These vehicles are, however, no related and the Philippines only purchased a number of V-300 types. The number for 1990 is likely a proposed buy for LAV-25 as the V-300s did not arrive until 1995, and in the end only 24 were purchased.
** - The Federal Research Service Country Study for the Philippines lists 20 of each LVTP5 and LVTH6 types, while the IISS Military Balance lists 30 LVTP5. The Philippines did recieve a number of LVTH6 types so there is potential overlap in these numbers. By 2006 there were reportedly 32 LVTP5 and 5 LVTH6 in storage.
*** - The Federal Research Service Country Study for the Philippines lists 55 LVTP-7 vehicles, as does the IISS Military Balance. This was a proposed buy that never materialized.
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