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Matthew Jackson’s Land Rover 110 retired from the Australian Army to a life of backcountry travel
Jered Korfhage

Matthew Jackson’s vehicle lives a relatively laid-back life compared to its days serving in the Australian military. “It was an FFR truck,” he told us, using an acronym indicating how the truck was “fitted for radio” during its peacekeeping duties. Digging a bit further back in its history brings us to the 1980s and Project Perentie.

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