The LVT-5 (Landing Vehicle, Tracked) was a family of amphibious armoured fighting vehicles used by the United States Marine Corps. It was first accepted into service in 1956, and saw action in the Vietnam War.
LVTP-5 amphibious tractors in Vietnam, 1966.
Amtracs coming into the LPD during training exercises involving the 1st Amphibious Tractor Battalion., 04/19/1968.
LVTP-5 still burns after being hit by North Vietnamese mortars on the night of 8 May 1967 near Gio Linh. In front is a U.S. Army M42 "Duster".
LVTP-5s from the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marines cross the Cu De River.