Defence Equipment & Support
Mr Graham Coyne
Maple 0a #2043
MOD Abbey Wood
Bristol BS34 8JH
Our Reference: FOI2017-09454
Date: 4 October 2017
Dear Mr Coyne
Your email dated 3 October 2017 is considered to be a request for information under the Freedom
of Information Act (FOIA) 2000. You requested the following information:
I am interested in obtaining the unit history of a Land Rover 110 4x4 pick up FFR and would
be grateful for any information still held on the "Merlin" system.
Vehicle Ref No: 56kk14
I can confirm that the Ministry of Defence (MOD) holds information relevant to your request.
Unfortunately, following the closure of MERLIN it is only possible to retrieve information held on
the archived version of the database, which is attached.
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