K-72 trailer

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The K-72 trailer was a house trailer the U.S. Army Signal Corps used during and after World War II.

Specifications[edit]

The A.J. Miller (Auto Cruiser Trailer Co.) built the K-72 trailer, which has two axles, one on each end. Its net weight is 7,500 lb and it is 232¾ inches long, 124½ inches high, and 93¾ inches wide. It has four windows including the one in the door.[1]

Use[edit]

The K-72 trailer primarily was used to house the operators of the SCR-527 radar.

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Notes
  1. ^ TM 9-2800 Standard Military Motor Vehicles. dated 1 sept. 1943, page 470
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