My 1963 M37B1 3/4 ton Dodge Power Wagon
So let me explain why an ex GI would go to the trouble to put up a website to reach out to his old Army Ordnance buddies and then stick a photo of a Marine truck where it doesn't belong.  The truth is, I always wanted one of these trucks going all the way back to my time with the Army in Straubing, Germany. Not just because of its strong capabilities but the memories it brings and because it was a true workhorse in the Korean War and on through Viet Nam.This particular truck also served at the same time I did. It's a 1963.   
Now, for the Marine aspect: I was told this truck was for sale by a local car buff and collector. Its owner had garaged it since 1988 and it was in nearly new condition with just 7,560 original miles, original canvas, spare tire and much more. A friend that also has one of these trucks lives nearby. He heard about it , gave me a call and the rest is history. The only problem was, the owner had not driven it enough to keep various seals and components lubed which cost a bit to fix. It had no military markings on it when I bought it and I made the mistake of assuming it was an Army truck.WRONG! The "paper clips" on each end of the front bumper and a couple shackles on the back were only provided with Marine Corps vehicles. After much consternation, it was only right the truck got its recognition for serving with the USMC. I was able to sand down the hood and discern some of its original numbers. I had to assume it served with the 2nd Marine Division at Camp LaJeune because it came from that region of the country.
Eat your heart out Gunny!
My 1963 M37B1 3/4 ton Dodge Power Wagon
Marine truck on an Army website--- SERIOUSLY?