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We have added a 120 photo walk-around of the XM-966 HMMWV TOW Carrier prototype that was manufactured by General Dynamics for the HMMWV development competition. This vehicle is on display at the Ft. Lewis, Washington Army museum.
You can see all 120 photos here: General Dynamics XM-966 Guided Missile Carrier
A page with an article from Defense Update has been added regarding the Elbit Systems SPEAR HMMWV mounted Lightweight Mortar System. You can see the entire article at this link: Elbit Systems SPEAR Lightweight Mortar System
I added a page to the HMMWV Prototype section of the website with some information on the somewhat mystical RED-T prototype.
You can visit the page at this link:HMMWV Remote Electric Drive-Turret (RED-T)
OIF veteran Dustin Patrick has provided the site with 24 great photos of M1114 HMMWV with Fragmentation Kit 5 from Iraq during 2007 and 2008. These M1114's have features such as the IBIS-TEK bumpers, Rhino anti-IED systems and OGP-K turrets just to name a few.
Check out the complete album here:
HMMWV In Scale has taken 18 photographs of M1151 based Ground Mobility Vehicles (GMV) belonging to the 19th Special Forces Group at Camp Williams, Utah.
You can see all 18 photos at this LINK: 19th SFG M1151 Ground Mobility Vehicle
This strange non-standard modification was seen in Utah. The vehicle as sitting at a Troop Medical Clinic at Camp Williams which belongs to the Utah National Guard. The vehicle was manufactured as an M1037 and locally modified into what appears to possibly be some type of casualty evacuation vehicle.
You can see all 74 photos at this link: M1037 Non-Standard Vehicle Modification
HMMWV In Scale has been provided a 52 photo walk-around of a sand colored M1025A1 with ASK and Red Dot air conditioner by Scott Schneider. You can see all 52 photos at this link: M1025A1 w/ ASK and Red Dot Air Conditioner
I uploaded 12 pictures of an M1165A1 with RQ-7 Shadow UAV trailer. See the complete album at this link: M1165A1 with RQ-7 Shadow UAV Trailer
I have added an 8 photo album of an M1165A1 HMMWV that has basic armor doors and a vinyl cargo cover over the cargo area.
You can see all the photos here: M1165A1 IAP/Armor Ready w/Basic Armor Doors
Jakub Baczar has sent us images of his Israel Hamer Orev TOW Missile Carrier.
You can see all 37 photos here: Israel Hamer Orev TOW Missile Carrier
A page on the Radio Set, AN/VRC-47 has been added. This radio set was used in early versions of the HMMWV. You can see the page here LINK: Radio Set AN/PRC-47
An 88 photo walk-around of an M996 2-Litter Armored Ambulance has been added. You can see the entire album here LINK: M996 Truck, Ambulance 2-Litter, Armored
A 93 photo walk-around of an M1113 Expanded Capacity HMMWV with an S-832 shelter mounted has been added. You can see the photos here:
An 87 photo walk-around has been added. You can find the photos here:
D Toys has released two new accessory sets that are intended for use with the HMMWV but can also be used with other modern AFV's. The sets are:
DT35-66 Modern FBCB-BFT System
DT35-67 US Modern AFV Metal Antennae and Mount Set
You can see additional detail images in the 'D Toys' section of HMMWV In Scale
No matter where the Army deploys in the future, there will be roadside bombs, buried mines and other explosive threats that will require troops to travel in heavily armored vehicles.
Having accepted that reality, the Army has decided it will begin to phase out soft-skin Humvee trucks from combat inventories over the coming years, and will continue to rely on much heavier mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles, officials said April 12.
“For combat, we know the Humvee is no longer feasible,” said Army Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo, director of force development for the deputy chief of staff, G-8.
You can read the complete article here:
Site member Henk Punk sent the following link to the Korean model site MMZ:
The link shows the release of a display nameplate for the M1151 HMMWV (shown below)
Apparently, there is company that is producing display name plates for models. I can't make out the manufacturer from the link. If anyone knows, I would be grateful if you let me know.