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I have added a page to the 'Prototypes' section with information about the Jaycor Stand-Off Mine Detection and Ground Penetrating Radar system. Here is an excerpt of the data available " A concept vehicle has been built to allow for the demonstration and the improvement of Jaycor's frequency-agile concept of a stand-off mine detection ground penetrating radar. The total concept system weighs about 200 pounds and is mounted on a HMMWV. The radar has been developed using only off-the-shelf commercially available components."
See the complete page here: Jaycor Stand-Off Mine Detection System
Site member Hans-Hermann Buehling submitted 25 photos of an M1121 TOW Missile Carrier that is used as a VISMOD BRDM-2 at JMRC in Hohenfels, Germany. You can see all 25 pictures here: M1121 TOW Missile Carrier VISMOD
Sergio has provided HMMWV In Scale 93 photos of his M998 Scud Hunter. You can see all of the details here: M998 Scud Hunter by Sergio Penna
announced today the first export sale of its (Survivable Combat Tactical Vehicle) to the . In 2015 the US Government has agreed to deliver 200 HMMWVs from US military surplus; Some of these vehicles will be converted by Ukroboronprom into , using Textron delivered kits. Serial production of the vehicles will be done in Ukraine and Ukroboronprom will be able to export vehicles in the future, to other countries, pending a US permission. Ukraine officials foresee a viable market for such vehicles, particularly in the Middle East where they already sold locally made vehicles.
See the full story here:HMMWV Press Releases
An album has been added in the vehicle photos section for photos of the M1109 UAH. There are not many photos of these vehicles around as a result of their service life being so short. They were rapidly phased out of service as the M1114 Armament Carrier came into service.
There are currently only two photos in the album.
You can see them here:M1109 UAH photo album
Site member Hans-Hermann Buehling has provided some images of an AN/TSC-156 PHOENIX SATCOM system. You can see all of the images here:
I have added detailed images of the Archer Humvee Instruments & Placards set AR35282. You can see details of the set here:
Chris Burris has sent us 7 images of his 1/35 Tamiya M1025 Armament Carrier. You can see all 7 photos of his build here:
Francesco has sent HMMWV In Scale ten photos of an M998 HMMWV he built configured as a command & control vehicle. You can see all of the photos here:
Site member Jakub Baczar provided me with 17 images of the Liive Resin LRE35065 M134D Mini-Gun with Picatinny Rail. You can see all 17 images here:
HMMWV In Scale received 28 photos of an M1165A1 w/FRAG kit B3. You can see all 28 photos here:M1165A1 w/B3 Walk-Around
Thank you Michael for your submission.
I have uploaded a small album with 23 photos of an M998 HMMWV that has had the fording exhaust installed. You can see all of the photos here:
Site member Kuba sent us 44 photos of his 1/35 M1113 GMV-S. See all of the photos and build details here: M1113 GMV-S 7th SFG, ODA 7112
HMMWV In Scale has received 28 photos of an Israel Hamer Raccon built by Gunther. See all 28 photos and details here: Israel Hamer Raccon by Gunther Neumahr
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