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1 1 Equipment Smartbook TABLE OF CONTENT Commo/Data Mngt/Intel a.RQ-7 SHADOW g. RAVEN l. TC-AIMS IIRQ-7 SHADOW RAVEN TC-AIMS II b.JNNh. TROJANm. FBCB2JNNTROJANFBCB2 c.VSATi. PROPHETn. CAISIVSATPROPHETCAISI d.SAMSj. SMART-To. BCS3SAMSSMART-TBCS3 e.PBUSEk. PFED AN/PSG-10PBUSEPFED AN/PSG-10 f.SINCGARSSINCGARS Support Equipment a.LVOSS k. LRAS3LVOSSLRAS3 b.HIPPOl. PAS 13HIPPOPAS 13 c.TWPSm. PAS 13BTWPSPAS 13B d.Containerized Kitchenn. MK93Containerized KitchenMK93 e.SEE/FLUo. TQGSEE/FLUTQG f.M9 ACEp. FRSM9 ACEFRS g.M105 DUECEM105 DUECE h.KNIGHTKNIGHT i.M992 FAASVM992 FAASV j.M548 Cargo CarrierM548 Cargo Carrier HMMWV a.M998M998 b.M1097M1097 c.M1025/M1026M1025/M1026 d.M1037/1042M1037/1042 e.M996/997/1035M996/997/1035 f.M1113/1114M1113/1114 g.M1151/1152M1151/1152 h.M1165M1165

2 2 Smartbook FMTVS a.M1078M1078 b.M1079M1079 c.M1082 (LMTVT)M1082 (LMTVT) d.M1083M1083 e.M1084M1084 f.M1085 (LWB)M1085 (LWB) g.M1086 (LWB)M1086 (LWB) h.M1087 (VAN)M1087 (VAN) i.M1088M1088 j.M1089 (WRECKER)M1089 (WRECKER) k.M1090 (DUMP)M1090 (DUMP) l.M1091 (FUEL/WATER TANKER)M1091 (FUEL/WATER TANKER) m.M1095 (MTVT)M1095 (MTVT) HEMTTS a.M977/985M977/985 b.M1120 (LHS)M1120 (LHS) c.M978M978 d.M984M984 e.HEMATHEMAT COMBAT SYSTEMS a.JAVELINJAVELIN b.TOWTOW c.M119A1/A2 (105 MM TOWED)M119A1/A2 (105 MM TOWED) d.M109A6M109A6 e.M7 (BFSTV)M7 (BFSTV) f.M2A2/M3A2M2A2/M3A2 g.M1A1 (AIM)M1A1 (AIM) h.M113A3M113A3 i.M1064A3M1064A3 j.M577A3M577A3 k.M1068A3M1068A3 l.M107M107 m.M24M24

3 3 Description RQ-7 Shadow 200 Tactical UAV The Shadow 200 Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle system provides brigade- level commanders with real-time intelligence of what is happening on the ground - day or night, while being virtually undetectable. The secret is its ability to fly at extremely high altitudes while using advanced imaging systems capable of seeing from great distances. Specifications The air vehicle is intended to provide coverage of a brigade area of interest for up to four hours, at 50 kilometers from the launch and recovery site. The maximum range is 125 kilometers (limited by data link capability), and operations are generally conducted from 8,000 to 10,000 feet above ground level during the day and 6,000 to 8,000 feet above ground level at night. The air vehicle uses a pneumatic launcher and is recovered by a tactical automatic landing system without pilot intervention on the runway. The air vehicle is stopped using an arresting hook and cable system. Remarks LIN # Z16242 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

4 4 Description Joint Network Node (JNN) JNN Network commercial technology insertion will provide the Army with a high- speed and high capacity backbone communications network focused on rapidly moving information in a manner that supports commanders, staffs, functional units, and capabilities based formations. JNN Network enables commanders to plan, prepare, and execute multiple missions and task simultaneously. Specifications JNNs equipment includes 2651 and 3725 series routers, 2950 and 3750 Ethernet switches and VG248 gateway voice equipment from Cisco; Promina 400 broadband services delivery platforms from net.com; HDX PBX switches from Redcom; and NetScreen 25 and 5XT firewalls from Juniper. The system also uses General Dynamics proprietary Vantage gateway, which lets it share information with MSE- Tritac. JNN equipment sits in two shelters on two Army high-mobility, multipurpose vehicles, or humvees. One sits at a midlevel brigade command center on the battlefield and the other at the higher-level division command center near it. Remarks LIN # Z00562 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ __________________

5 5 Description VERY SMALL APERTURE TERMINALS (VSAT) The SmartPoint VSAT system is designed to be quickly and easily deployed and fully operational from the case to airtime by two people in 15 minutes, enabling users to stay in communication with command and control centers from around the world. The SmartPoint VSAT is operated via a robust embedded processor designed by AGS to maximize reliability and control. The processor facilitates accurate pointing, safe operations and no interference with other satellite users. Specifications The SmartPoint system comes in four transportable cases that can fit in the back of a Humvee vehicle, van, pickup truck or small airplane and can be transported with ease. The cases contain: Antenna pedestal Antenna reflector Communications unit Cable reel Remarks LIN # Z00560 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ __________________

6 6 Description SAMS The Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS) consists of a collection of applications that provide Army users and logistics personnel easy access to day-to-day weapon systems and sub-component readiness status, maintenance and repair parts information, and facilitate their associated management functions. SAMS applications are part of the Armys portfolio of automated logistics and integrated systems (TLS). SAMS functionality provides automated support for a broad range of Army weapons maintenance, support and repair activities including tactical direct support and general support-level maintenance activities, non-tactical Installation/Table of Distribution and Allowances (I/TDA) activities and MACOM/theater maintenance program operations. Specifications SAMS-I/TDA operates on HP 9000 ( & 725) & B-2000 minicomputers – standard hardware platforms that comply with Open Systems Environment (OSE) standards. SAMS-I/TDA also provides interfaces for vertical and horizontal data flows with other STAMIS. The SAMS-I/TDA hardware configuration provides standardized services, interfaces, protocols, and formats consistent with government OSE requirements. The tactical hardware platform for SAMS-REHOST is an Army Technical Architecture (ATA) compliant NDI computer. Remarks LIN # C18718, C28078 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____

7 7 Description PBUSE (Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced) An automated logistics and integrated system (TLS), the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) is the Armys web-based, state-of-the art, Combat Service Support (CSS) property accountability system. PBUSE system features provide Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R) and Unit Level Supply System-S4 (ULLS-S4) functionality. PBUSE also offers a control system for data access-by-permission in both garrison and tactical environments that is fully compliant with requirements outlined in the Federal Financial Management Improvement Act (FFMIA) and required by the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).. Specifications Users access the database server with Pentium class workstations They may use other computers to access the central database, but the machines must meet minimum RAM and storage requirements to ensure optimum system performance. Users also have access to a laser printer for required document and report production. Remarks LIN # C27707 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ __________________

8 8 Description SINCGARS SINCGARS (Single-Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System) is a family of lightweight, very high frequency (VHF) frequency modulated (FM) or frequency hopping (FH) radios for infantry, tactical vehicles, naval and airborne employment. SINCGARS replaces all AN/PRC-77 manpack and AN/VRC-12 series vehicular mounted and most other airborne and ground VHF frequency modulated (FM) radios in the Department of Defense.AN/PRC-77 manpackAN/VRC-12 series vehicular mounted Specifications Although all units are interchangable except for minor differences like handles, cables and connectors, there are many configurations of the components of SINCGARS to fulfill its many operational roles. This list is an outline of the nomenclature of the principal end item units. NomenclatureServicesUsage AN/PRC-119Army/USMC/USAFTactical ground (short-range dismount/manpack) AN/VRC-87ArmyVehicular/tactical ground (short-range) AN/VRC-88Army/USMCVehicular/tactical ground (short-range dismountable) AN/VRC-89AllVehicular/tactical ground (short- range and long-range) AN/VRC-90AllVehicular/shipboard/tactical ground (long-range) AN/VRC-91Army/USAF/USMCVehicular/tactical ground (short-range, long-range dismountable) AN/VRC-92Army/Navy/USMCVehicular/tactical ground (dual long-range retransmission) AN/ARC-210(V)AllShipboard/Aircraft/air to ground, air to air AN/ARC-222USAFAircraft/air to ground, air to air AN/MRC-145USMCVehicular Remarks LIN # R70839 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

9 9 Description RAVEN Today, the US Army uses the Raven as an organic mini-UAV operated at battalion level. The 4.2 lbs (1.9kg) Raven can operate at ranges up to 10 km. Originally designed for operation at battalion level, the U.S. Army uses the Raven mini-UAV at company and platoon levels, to provide "over the hill" intelligence quick response missions in direct support of the battalion's activities. Ravens are supporting Army units in Iraq and Afghanistan, enhancing U.S. Army, Special Operation (SOCOM) forces and other services, performing reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition (RSTA). Since 2004, the Army bought 1,000 Raven systems, comprising of 3,000 air vehicles. Specifications Length1.1 m (3 ft 7 in) Wingspan1.3 m (4 ft 3 in) Weight1.9 kg (4.2 lb) Speed 95 km/h (60 mph) Ceiling 4500 m (15000 ft) Range10 km (6.2 miles) Endurance 80 min Propulsion Aveox 27/26/7-AV electric motor Remarks LIN # Z00446 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

10 10 Description AN/TSQ-190 TROJAN SPIRIT II The Communications Central is an intelligence dissemination satellite terminal which provides communications access for intelligence processing and dissemination systems. The TROJAN SPIRIT II, or TS II, is the linchpin system for providing information connectivity to the military intelligence (MI) battlefield operating system. It supports fast-paced, flexible Army operations by providing tactical commanders with mission critical, high capacity intelligence information via voice, facsimile, digital traffic, and secondary imagery. Specifications TROJAN Data Network-1 (TDN-1). The TDN-1 operates at the SECRET security level and is the gateway to DSNET1. It provides data exchange between TROJAN Classic facilities, switch extensions, and Special Purpose Intelligence Remote Integrated Terminals (SPIRITs). TROJAN Data Network-2 (TDN-2). The TDN-2 operates at the TOP SECRET/SCI level. It provides data exchange between selected TROJAN sites requiring access to the NSA network. TROJAN Data Network-3 (TDN-3). The TDN-3 operates at the TOP SECRET/SCI security level and is the gateway to JWICS. It provides data exchange between TROJAN CLASSIC facilities, switch extensions, and SPIRITs. Remarks LIN # C89935 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

11 11 Description AN/MLQ-40 Prophet The Prophet is the Division and Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR) commander's principal signals intelligence & electronic warfare (SIGINT & EW) system and preprocessor of organic SIGINT. It supports Force XXI and Army After Next (AAN) concepts by providing the commander with greatly enhanced situational awareness. The Prophet will also provide the Tactical Commander with an enhanced capability for electronic Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB), battlespace visualization, target development, and force protection throughout the division's width and depths as defined in Army XXI. Prophet will provide for non-lethal fires through its Electronic Attack and will provide the commander with their own Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) Specifications The Prophet consists of Prophet Air, Control, and Ground and is a suite of division- level EW/SIGINT systems that operate at the collateral level or below (The Prophet Control element will have the capability to co-locate and interface with SCI elements such as the ACE or Special Purpose-Built Systems (SPBS)). Prophets primary mission will be to electronically map radio frequency (RF) emitters on the battlefield from 20 MHz (High Frequency/HF) to 2000 MHz (Super High Frequency/SHF). Electronic mapping is defined as detecting, identifying, locating, and tracking all RF emitters operating within line of sight and hearability and a graphical depiction Electronic Targeting Indicators (ETIs) of these emitters to allow for nodal analysis and correlation with other intelligence feeds at the Division's ACE SIGINT section and with the CGS at the Brigade's ACT. Prophet will facilitate the Protection of Global Positioning System (GPS) Remarks LIN # D02704 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

12 12 Description SMART-T The Secure, Mobile, Anti-jam, Reliable, Tactical Terminal (SMART-T), a MILSTAR satellite communications transmit-and-receive terminal, is a core element of the Joint Service ground terminal segment of the MILSTAR satellite system. The primary SMART-T mission is multi- channel, near-global extended range connectivity for the Army's Mobile Subscriber Equipment, which is the primary tactical communications equipment for corps and division operations. Operating at both the MILSTAR low and medium data rates, it is designed to provide tactical commanders with secure, jam resistant, extended range, two-way, point-to-point and network voice, data, and video communications. Specifications Communications Capabilities: Throughput: Can support multiple, simultaneous, low data rate (LDR) and medium data rate (MDR) data streams up to an aggregate data rate of Megabits (million) per second Mb/s. Data Rates: Four data streams at 128, 256, 512, or One data stream at T-1. Frequency: Uplink: GHz (Q Band) with 2 GHz Bandwidth Downlink: GHz (K Band) with 1 GHz Bandwidth Security: TRANSEC only integrated GPS Remarks LIN # T81733 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

13 13 Description PFED AN/PSG-10 The Pocket-sized Forward Entry Devices (PFEDs) are comprised of the ruggedized Personal Digital Assistant (R-PDA) hardware, with accessories and software. The PFED enables the ground soldier to generate call-for- fire messages, which are fully interoperable with both AFATDS and other current force fire support systems. It can also be used to generate free text messages, resupply messages, NBC messages, unit status messages, as well as other fire control related messages. Specifications Enclosures for immersed operation in 1 meter of water Pocket PC 2002 operating systems Stylus pointing device Four (4) buttons mapped to application shortcuts Soft Input Panel (SIP) supporting a keyboard and three character recognition options Two Type II PCMCIA slots for a tactical TCIM Card and dual serial interface cards Various options for recharging internal battery (e.g. Battery Adapter, AC Adapter) 40 inch, single-channel radio interface cable (PFEDs only) 40 inch, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR)/Laser Range Finder (LRF) interface Y-cable which will be Protective cover for environmental and transportability protection Remarks LIN # Z00058 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

14 14 Description TC-AIMS II TC-AIMS II is a top-down directed program aimed at addressing critical shortfalls in the transportation of materiel and personnel, in support of Department of Defense (DoD) operations. Downsizing trends within DoD have created a profound reduction in the strength and number of pre-positioned forces worldwide. As a result, DoD depends more than ever on rapid and effective force deployments to accomplish U.S. defense objectives. To achieve these goals, the DoD must rely on Automated Information Systems (AISs) capable of operating within a leaner infrastructure. The DoD must modernize, standardize and reengineer the AISs that support the Defense Transportation System (DTS). TC-AIMS II emerges as the result of this process. TC-AIMS II combines the best of the current systems into a single AIS capable of meeting both multiple and individual Service requirements. Specifications Client-server based system. Intel based computer. Windows Windows 2000 operating system. Client: 166 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 10 GB HD. Server: HP LXe PRO 6/200 with Disk Array 5 SGL Processor (512 KB cache), 320 MB RAM, six 9.1 GB Hot Swap Drives. Connectivity Requirements Requires ability to send attachments and access to the TCAIMS II server from behind or outside the MCEN (NMCI) firewall. Remarks LIN #S C27367, C27435 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

15 15 Description FBCB2 The Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) forms the principal Digital Command and Control System for the Army at brigade and below. Applique hardware, software and EBC Software are integrated into the various platforms at brigade and below, as well as appropriate Division and Corps slices necessary to support brigade operations. All FBCB2/EBC systems are interconnected through a communications infrastructure called the Tactical Internet to exchange Situation Awareness data and conduct Command and Control. * Exchanges 40 different command & control messages * Interoperable with MCS, ASAS, AFATDS, AMDWS, CSSCS * Operates at a temperature from -40 to 120° Fahrenheit * Integrated into 114 platforms ranging from M1A2SEP tank to the A2C2S command helicopter * Implements all Mil Sd 2525B symbology Specifications Processor Unit: ruggidized numberous I/O ports upgradeable Keyboard: Environmentally sealed Built-in cursor control Backlit for night operations Display: Sunlight readable Wide viewing angles Touch screen input 256 color Remarks LIN # C18378 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

16 16 Description CAISI CAISI is a tactical wireless LAN It provides wide area connectivity between the end users and the networks. CAISI secures the wireless links with encryption and access control technology from Fortress Technologies Inc. of Tampa, Fla. The wireless Ethernet standard uses the 2.4-GHz band at data rates up to 11 Mbps. Under WEP, all users of an b access point share one encryption key, and its weak encryption makes it easy to decipher. Also, wireless access depends on a user devices media access control layer address, which is easy to discover and spoof. Specifications CAISI is a deployable wireless LAN infrastructure that can link up to 40 tents, vans, or shelters in a deployed seven- square kilometer area. It includes FIPS 140-approved encryption (Federal Information Processing Standards security requirements) for sensitive but unclassified (SBU) traffic. CSS SATCOM uses commercial off-the-shelf auto- pointing remote satellite terminal hardware repackaged in fly-away transit cases. Four fixed-site, contractor- operated commercial teleports provide global coverage. CSS SATCOM supports operations at quick halt and rapid movement within the battle space, and eliminates the sneaker net, or the often dangerous transport of re-supply or spare parts orders on floppy disks. CSS SATCOM is totally Internet protocol (IP)- based and connected to the Armys LandWarNet and DOD GIG. Remarks LIN #S Z00056, Z00057 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

17 17 Description Battle Command and Sustainment Support System (BCS3) The BCS3 supports the warfighting C2 and battle management process by rapidly processing large volumes of logistical, personnel and medical information. The BCS3 will facilitate quicker, more accurate decision making by providing a more effective means for force-level commanders and CSS commanders to determine the sustainability and supportability of current and planned operations. Qualitative improvements attributed to the BCS3 will be measured by positive assessment by a substantial majority of commanders and their staffs. Specifications Common Operating Picture: BCS3 fuses sustainment information from many sources in one mission-focused and tailored, map-centric visual display. Distribution Management: BCS3 synchronizes critical supply and transportation asset information to facilitate sustainment tracking and provide a distribution COP. Commodity Tracking: BCS3 merges both asset and in-transit visibility to give commanders the ability to see the pipeline and enable end-to-end commodity management. Convoy Tracking: BCS3 enables the movement manager to plan, coordinate, and execute convoy operations; it is a force protection combat multiplier. Deployment Management: BCS3 equips the commander with the ability to visualize cargo and equipment deployment. Remarks LIN # Z00373 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ___________________

18 18 Description Light Vehicle Obscuration Smoke System (LVOSS) The LVOSS is a self-defense smoke/obscurant and non lethal device externally mounted on the host vehicle. The LVOSS is made of lightweight materials consisting primarily of the M7 Discharger and an Installation Kit. The LVOSS has a push button Arming/Firing Unit (A/FU) which allows the operator to select the quadrant he needs to obscure. Additionally, the LVOSS uses M90 smoke grenades which are low in toxicity and which minimize safety hazards to personnel and the environment. Mission: The LVOSS uses smoke grenades to counter threat weapon systems operating in the visual and near infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The system can also be used to deliver anti-riot grenades (L96A1/L97A1, M98, and M99). Specifications Standardized discharger design for mounting on any family of Light Vehicle - M304 Installs one M7 Dischargers on M966 HMMWVs - M305 Installs four M7 Dischargers on M1025/1026 HMMWVs - M310 Installs four M7 Dischargers on M1114 HMMWVs - 60 degree coverage per discharger Improvements over previous systems: - Provides smoke protection to light vehicles - This capability previously did not exist Remarks LIN # J33315 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

19 19 Description HIPPO The HIPPO can perform its mission when mounted on the Load Handling System truck or trailer. Also, the tankrack can be dropped far forward, as units establish water points, freeing the Load Handling System to perform other missions. The HIPPOs pump is independent of the prime mover. An add-on kit will allow heating water in the HIPPO to prevent freezing or will allow cooling to increase the waters palatability. The water tankrack will be mobile whether filled, partially filled or empty. Specifications The HIPPO will consist of a 2,000-gallon water tank rack that meets International Standards Organization (ISO) requirements. The HIPPO is compatible with the Heavy Extended Mobile Tactical Truck-Load Handling System (HEMTT- LHS). The HIPPO will include a pump, 35-foot hose reel, and a filling stand for both canteens and 5-gallon water cans. The HIPPO is capable of bulk and retail water distribution. The HIPPO can rapidly fill a units water trailer or other bulk container and also can use suction to refill its own tank from a bulk water source. The HIPPO is much more durable than the SMFT and more stable with partial loads. The HIPPOs off-road capability far exceeds the cross-country mobility of a 5- ton truck with stake and platform trailer. Remarks LIN # Z78121 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

20 20 Description Tactical Water Purification System (TWPS) Operating from lakes and rivers, the 1500 TWPS produces 1500 Gallons per Hour (GPH) of potable water at any temperature. With the micro-filtration pretreatment, the TWPS is unaffected by extreme levels of turbidity (silt and dirt) encountered with some rivers and in flooding situations. Operating from normal seawater, the 1500 TWPS produces 1200 GPH of potable water at any temperature. From extremely salty seawater sources containing up to 60,000 mg/L-dissolved salts, the potable water production is reduced to 900 GPH. Specifications The Army version is contained within a specially designed 8 x 8 x 20 ISO shelter compatible with the NATO Palletized Loading System (PLS) and HEMTT M1120 Load Handling System (LHS). This version includes a 60 kW Tactical Quite Generator (TQG), an additional 9000-gallon storage and distribution system, a beach well system (OISS), and a complete winter kit packed within the shelter. The total weight is 23,000 lbs. Remarks LIN # T14017 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ___________________

21 21 Description Containerized Kitchen The Containerized Kitchen will replace the Mobile Kitchen Trailer that was introduced in The new kitchen gives cooks the capability to roast, grill, boil, fry and bake. In testing, the Containerized Kitchen enabled cooks to feed more than 650 soldiers three meals per day. Specifications Unlike the MKT, the CK has running water for food and beverage preparation, and for hand washing. It can roast, grill, boil, fry and bake. It has a refrigerator, 60 cubic feet of storage space for perishable foods, a warming rack, an integrated lighting system with blackout lights, a climate control system, and venting for cooking and burner by-products. The serving line also is protected from inclement weather. The kitchen is also durable. Its capable of operating in temperatures ranging from 25 below zero to 120 degrees F. Heat to cook the food is provided by the Modern Burner Unit, making it the first new system fielded with the MBU as the primary energy source. The MBU uses JP-8 fuel instead of gasoline and is in line with the militarys goal of using a single battlefield fuel. Remarks LIN # C27633 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

22 22 Description Small Emplacement Excavator (SEE) The Small Emplacement Excavator (SEE) is a lightweight, all-wheel-drive, diesel-engine-driven, high-mobility vehicle with a backhoe, a bucket loader, and other attachments such as a handheld hydraulic rock drill, a chain saw, and a pavement breaker. The SEE weighs over 16,000 pounds, is air transportable, can travel at speeds of more than 40 miles per hour on improved roads, and has limited off-road mobility. The SEE is used to rapidly dig combat emplacements such as crew-served weapon positions, command posts, and individual fighting positions. The high mobility of the SEE provides an earthmoving machine capable of rapid movement between battle positions. Specifications Light weight, all wheel drive Crew: 1 operator 40 mph (+) road speed Air transportable (c130 & larger) Hydraulic attachments for rock drill, pavement breaker, chain saw, auger Major systems: front mounted light- weight bucket; rear mounted backhoe. 6 per mech eng bn Two-man fight positions: 30 min Crew-serve positions: 1 hour Remarks LIN # A02812 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

23 23 Description Armored Combat Earthmover - (M9 ACE) The M9 is a highly mobile, armored, amphibious combat earthmover capable of supporting forces in both offensive and defensive operations. It performs critical combat engineer tasks such as digging hull defilade fighting positions for guns, tanks and other battlefield systems to increase their survivability. The ACE breaches berms, prepares anti-tank ditches, prepares combat roads, removes roadblocks and prepares access routes at water obstacles. Specifications Travel weight 37,000lbs 17,000kg Height above cupola118.00" cm Length " cm Width " cm Tread 88.00" 223.5cm Ground clearance 13.00" 33.02cm Max level road speed 30mph 50kph Max water speed 3mph 5kph Max trench 62" 160cm Max sideslope with 18,000lbs (8200kg) in bowl 89% Max grade with 18,000lbs (8200kg) in bowl 133% Max vertical obstacle18" 46cm Min turning diameter Pivot Max fording depth 36" 91cm Cruising range~200mi, roads ~320km, roads Remarks LIN # W76473 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

24 24 Description M105 Deployable Universal Combat Earthmover The DEUCE is a high-speed, steel- reinforced rubber-tracked tractor, originally introduced for commercial agriculture applications by Caterpillar. Typical Vehicle Missions: Minefield Breaching and Clearing Obstacle Removal Trench Breaching Grading Excavating Route/Area Proofing Pushing/Towing Specifications Overall Length: 5867 mm (231 in) Overall Height 1: 2776 mm (109.3 in) Overall Width: 2946 mm (116 in) Special Shipping Width: 2591 mm (102 in) Gross Vehicle Weight: kg (35,500 lb) Winch Capacity 2: N (22,000 lb) Maximum Cable Strength 3: N (44,000 lb) Winch Drum Capacity 4: mm (181 ft) Towing Capacity (1st Gear): kg (35,000 lb) Max Fording Depth: 914 mm (36 in) Top Speed: 48 kph (30 mph) Engine Horsepower: 138/197 kW (185/265 hp) Remarks LIN # T76541 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

25 25 Description Knight Knight is a precision targeting system consisting of a laser designator / rangefinder, thermal imager, digital command and control, blended inertial / GPS navigation and targeting, and a self- defense weapon. Its mission is to provide precision far target location and laser target designation for both artillery and air- delivered general purpose and precision- guided munitions. Specifications The current US Army production version integrates the base Knight targeting and communications package along with the AN/TVQ-2 Ground/Vehicular Laser Locator / Designator (G/VLLD) and the AN/TAS- 4B thermal sight on two platforms. These are the M1025A2 HMMWV for both heavy and light division forward observers, as well as the Stryker Fire Support Vehicle for the new Brigade Combat Teams. The modular nature of Knight enables the system to be fitted with other customer-specified sensors as well, such as the Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR). The sensor system can easily be removed for dismounted operation. Remarks LIN # S50205 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

26 26 Description M992 FAASV Field Artillery Ammunition Supply Vehicle The M992 Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicle (FAASV) is basically the chassis of a standard M mm self-propelled howitzer with the turret replaced by a fully enclosed superstructure. Following Desert Storm, the program followed two development paths during the mid-1990s: new manufacture of 125 M992A1s and upgrade of all M992A0s to M992A2 configuration. Specifications Able to carry a 12,000-pound (5,454 kg) ammunition payload, the FAASV can be configured for various ammunition needs and specifications. A 50-caliber machine gun is part of the FAASV's defense. Artillery cargo and crew are protected from fire threats by separate Automatic Fire Suppression in both crew and engine compartments. An 11.5-horsepower auxiliary power unit provides power support to the FAASV in the field, enabling it to move any type of towed howitzer at a maximum forward speed of 40 mph (64 km/h) and a reverse speed of 7 mph (11.3 km/h). The same Low Heat Rejection engine used in the M109A6 Paladin provides cold start capability and high horsepower for the vehicle, enabling the FAASV to keep pace with artillery forces. Remarks LIN # C10908 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

27 27 Description Carrier, Cargo, Full-Tracked, 6 Ton, M- 548 The M-548 was used in Vietnam as an ammo carrier in support of armored units or artillery. It is still in use (2005) as a cargo vehicle or troop carrier. It also serves as a platform for the Volcano mine dispensing kit and other weapons platform purposes. The M-548 is based on the unarmored M-113 APC chassis and has been produced in variants M548A1 and M548A3. Incorporation of the RISE powerpack in the M548 was initiated on the depot rebuilt line in 1994 as M548A1s were converted to M548A3s. The ring mount rail on the cab roof will accomodate a Mk19 40mm Grenade Launcher, or machine gun, 7.62mm or.50 cal.M-113 APC chassis Specifications Vehicle Weight 17,566 lbs Vehicle Weight, Combat Loaded 29,556 lbs Length 232 in Width in Height in Height, Minimum Reducible 77 in Max Speed 37 mph Fording Capability 40 inches still water Range 300 Miles Vertical Obstacle 24 in Slope 60% Side Slope 30% Fuel Capacity 105 gal Crew/Passengers 1/3 Engine 275 hp Transmission Hydrostatic Air Transportable C5, C130, C141 Remarks LIN # D11049 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

28 28 Description LRAS3 The Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3) is a long-range multi-sensor system for the U.S. Army scout vehicle, providing real-time capability to detect, recognize, identify and pinpoint distant target locations. The LRAS3 bridges the gap between currently fielded systems and the Future Scout and Calvary System. LRAS3 enables heavy battalion and regimental scouts to conduct 24-hour reconnaissance and surveillance missions, remaining outside threat acquisition and engagement range. LRAS3 replaces obsolete systems that require scouts to close within direct-fire range of the threat being detected. LRAS3 will be deployed on the M1114 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) in its mounted configuration and can be used on a tripod for dismounted missions. Specifications HTI Second Generation FLIR WFOV x 4.5 degrees (16:9), NFOV x 1.5 degrees (16:9) Daylight TV Sensor WFOV x 4.5 degrees (4:3), NFOV x 1.5 degrees (4:3) Laser Range Finder Eyesafe; +/- 5 meter accuracy Remarks LIN # S02976 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

29 29 Description PAS 13 The TWS family comprises three variants: AN/PAS-13(V)1 Light Weapon Thermal Sight (LWTS) for the M16 and M4 series rifles and carbines as well as the M136 Light Anti-Armor Weapon. AN/PAS-13(V)2 Medium Weapon Thermal Sight (MWTS) for the M249 and M240B series medium machine guns. AN/PAS-13(V)3 Heavy Weapon Thermal Sight (HWTS) for the squad leaders weapon M16 and M4 series rifles and carbines, M24 and M107 Sniper Rifles, M2 HB and MK19 machine guns. Specifications Target Recognition Range: HWTS: 2200 meters; MWTS: 1100 meters; LWTS: 550 meters Weight (TWS I/TWS II): HWTS: 5.3/3.9 pounds; MWTS: 5.0/2.8 pounds; LWTS: 3.0/1.8 pounds Operational Time: TWS I: HWTS/MWTS: 6.4 hours (BA- 5347/U) or 4 hours (BB-2847A/U rechargeable) LWTS: 10.5 hours (8 Lithium AAs) TWS II: HWTS/MWTS: 6.5 hours (6 Lithium AAs) LWTS: 5 hours (4 Lithium AAs) Field of View: HWTS: 3 degrees/9 degrees (narrow/wide) MWTS: 6 degrees/18 degrees (narrow/wide) LWTS: 15 degrees Magnification: HWTS: 10x/3.3x (narrow/wide) MWTS: 5x/1.66x (narrow/wide) LWTS: 1.55x Remarks LIN # S60356 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

30 30 Description PAS 13B The compact, manportable AN/PAS-13B Thermal Weapon Sight is an all-weather infrared imaging device that cuts through battlefield obscurants to deliver clear surveillance imagery and effective fire control day and night. Specifications The AN/PAS-13B Thermal Weapons Sight (TWS) is an advanced infrared weapon sight developed by the U.S. Army and Raytheon. The combat- proven AN/PAS-13B combines rugged, lightweight, modular construction with superior thermal imaging technology to give todays warfighter the ability to shoot equally well day or night, significantly increasing survivability and lethality margins on the 21st century battlefield. Remarks LIN # S60356 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

31 31 Description MK93 This MK93 Machine Gun Mount is a new (2004) stronger design by the U.S. Army. The mount accepts the M2HB 12.7mm machine gun or the MK19 40mm machine gun and is designed for use on HMMWVs, trucks and armored vehicles. With its small pintle it fits into a variety of tripods, pedestals and the Universal Pintle Adapter (UPA). The left rail supports an interface plate that accepts a variety of quick removable ammo can holders. The M2HB weapon is held in place by front and rear stainless steel ball lock pins. A slider system with two hydraulic shock absorbers reduce firing shock in both recoil and counter recoil for the M2HB. Specifications A train stop block and depression stop assembly provide travel stop limits. An elevation travel lock pin locks the carriage to the cradle making it much easier to install a weapon. Holes in the carriage are provided for installation of armor brackets and an Armor Shield (M35-021). Remarks LIN # M12647 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

32 32 Description Tactical Quiet Generators (TQG) The Tactical Quiet Generators (TQGs) are the latest generation of military generators for use by the Armed Forces. They were developed in response to the changing military threats, new strategies, and fiscal constraints which dictated improved battlefield survivability, enhanced deployment/maintainability and reduced operating and support costs. These military generators use predominantly commercial components, and provide a "Quantum Leap" in performance for the Standard Family of DoD Generators. Libby Corporation won the contract to develop the 5-60kW generators, and Fermont Division the 3kW TQG. Specifications TQGs are skid or trailer mounted generator sets, are "single-fuel" compliant (operate on diesel/JP fuels), have radically improved survivability, mobility, reliability and maintainability (see the benefits chart). Noise has been reduced to 70 dbA or less, quiet enough to reduce detection ranges from over a mile to less than 400 meters. The sets are undetectable from the front and sides by ground or airborne FLIR. Weight and size has been reduced by 20%, improving mobility and deployment. Significant improvements (16-19%) were made in maintainability (MTBF) and serviceability (PMCS) -- reducing both cost and manpower support costs. Finally, reliability has improved by over 100%. Remarks LIN # G11966 MEP802A _____G18358 MEP831 _____G36237 MEP531A _____G42170 PU798 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________

33 33 Description Forward Repair System (FRS) The FRS (Forward Repair System) is a maintenance shop on wheels. With its on-board crane, air compressor, 30 kilowatt (TQG) tactically quiet generator, welder, and full compliment of diagnostic and hand tools, the FRS's two person crew will be equipped for almost any maintenance task. The FRS can replace a power pack with ease and get it back in the battle, quickly. No need to drag the vehicle back to the unit collection point. Carried by a PLS (Palletized Load System), the FRS will go where the M1 tank goes. The PLS has the power and speed to keep up with the pack. The FRS is built on a PLS flatrack and can be on the ground and operational within 5 minutes of arrival. Specifications Dimensions: 8 feet wide by 8 feet high by 20 feet long Weight: 24,600 pounds Air transportability: C-130, C-141 Crane capacity: Up to 10,000 pounds with 14 foot radius Generator capacity: 35 kilowatts at 60Hz Air compressor: 175 pounds per square inch at 50 cubic feet per minute, 80 gallon capacity Welding and cutting equipment: Shielded metal arc stick welding, metal inert gas MIG welding, and exothermic cutting/brazing Tools: Industrial grade hand/pneumatic/power tools. FRSs tool load is functionally equivalent to #1 common tool kit Shelter/protection: Contains a canvas tarp and heater that protects from the weather yet preserves access to welding, air, and accessory tools Air jacks/bags: Two, Kevlar, each capable of lifting 40,000 pounds up to 15 inches 690 different tools Remarks LIN # F64544 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

34 34 Description M998 The M998, M998A1, M1038 and M1038A1 HMMWVs are cargo/troop carrier configuration or 4 man configuration of the HMMWV family. The vehicles are equipped with basic armor and used to transport equipment, materials, and/or personnel. Either configuration is capable of transporting a payload (including crew) of 2,500 pounds, or as a troop carrier is capable of transporting a two man crew and eight passengers. Specifications Length: 15 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 7,700 pounds Height: 6.00 feet reducible to 4.5 feet Remarks LIN # T61494 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

35 35 Description M1097 The M1097 and M1097A1 HMMWVs are higher payload capacity cargo/troop carrier configurations of the HMMWV family. The vehicles are equipped with basic armor and used to transport equipment, materials, and/or personnel, like the M998/M1038 series, except with a higher payload capacity. The cargo carrier is capable of transporting a payload (including crew) of 4,575 pounds and the troop carrier is capable of transporting a two man crew and eight passengers. Specifications Length: 15 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 8,600 pounds Height: 6.00 feet reducible to 4.5 feet Remarks LIN # T07679 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

36 36 Description M1025/1026 The M1025, M1025A1, M1026 and M1026A1 HMMWVs are Armament Carrier configurations of the HMMWV family. The vehicles are equipped with basic armor and the weapon mount, located on the roof of the vehicle, is adaptable to mount either the M60, 7.62mm machine gun; M2.50 caliber machine gun; or the MK 19 Grenade Launcher. The weapons platform can be traversed 360 degrees. Specifications Length: 15.4 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 8,200 pounds Height: 6.1 feet Remarks LIN # T92242 M1025 _____T92310 M1026 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ______________

37 37 Description M1037/M1042 The M1037 and M1042 HMMWVs are Shelter Carrier configurations of the HMMWV family. The vehicle are equipped with basic armor and used to secure and transport the S250 electrical equipment shelter with a total payload (including crew) of 3,600 pounds. The vehicles can climb 60% slopes and traverse a side slope of up to 40% fully loaded. The vehicles can ford hard bottom water crossing up to 30 inches without a deep water fording kit and up to 60 inches with the kit. Specifications Length: 15.4 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 8,600 pounds Height: 6.1 feet Remarks LIN # T07543 M1037 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

38 38 Description M997/M998/M1035 The M996, M996A1, M997, M997A1, M1035 and M1035A1 HMMWVs are the Ambulance configuration of the HMMWV family. The M996/M996A1 are designated as Mini-Ambulances and can transport up to 2 litter patients, 6 ambulatory patients or a combination of litter and ambulatory patients. The M997/M997A1 are designated as Maxi- Ambulances and can transport up to 4 litter patients, 8 ambulatory patients, or a combination of litter and ambulatory patients. The M1035/M1035A1 are soft- top Ambulances and can transport up to 2 litter patients. Specifications Length: 16.8 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 9,280 pounds Height: 8.5 feet Remarks LIN # T38844 M997 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

39 39 Description M1113/M1114 The M1113 and M1114 HMMWVs are an Up-Armored Armament Carrier and 4 seat configuration of the HMMWV family. The vehicles are equipped with additional armor both on the sides and underneath to protect the crew from small arms ammunition and mines. The weapon mount, located on the roof of the vehicle, is adaptable to mount either the M60, 7.62mm machine gun; M2.50 caliber machine gun; or the MK 19 Grenade Launcher. The weapons platform can be traversed 360 degrees. This configuration of the HMMWV is equipped with the self- recovery winch. Specifications Length: 16.3 feet Width: 7.08 feet Weight: 9,800 pounds Height: 6.1 feet Remarks LIN # T61630 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

40 40 Description M1151 Enhanced Armament Carrier M1152 Enhanced Troop/Cargo/Shelter Carrier The M1151/M1152 High Mobility Multi- Purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is an improved version of the standard HMMWV. The M1151/M1152 HMMWV has a heavier chassis and improved engine that enable the use of removable add-on armor protection that provides the Army greater flexibility when deploying units. M1151/M1152 provides the same level of protection as an UAH. The XM1151 / XM1152 HMMWV is a lightweight, high performance, four-wheel drive, air transportable and air droppable, family of tactical wheeled vehicles. The vehicle has a diesel engine, automatic transmission and payload capacity of a 2,300 lbs. The M1151, which replaces the M1025A2, is built on an Expanded Capacity Vehicle (ECV) Chassis which provides additional carrying capacity. The M1151 and the M1152 are fully capable of accepting an armor kit. Specifications Length: 15 Feet Width: 7.08 Feet Weight: 8,600 pounds Height: 6.00 Feet Reducible to 4.5 Feet Remarks LIN # Z00395 M1151 ____ Z00394 M1152 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ________________

41 41 Description M1165 ECV Hummer The ongoing mystery of what exactly the M1165 HMMWV is, and what modifications it incorporates, may have been partially solved with help from DID reader Pedro Lucio. While the manufacturers offer no information, Olive-Drab.com describes the M1165 as a 4-door HMMWV Enhanced Troop/ Cargo/ Shelter Carrier on an ECV (Expanded Capacity Vehicle) chassis, contracted in 2006 to combine the roles of the M1097A2 'HMMWV Truck' (vid. its shortcomings) and M1113 models. Olive-Drab.com describes the M1165 its shortcomingsM1113 Specifications No Specs currently available. Remarks LIN # Z00960 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

42 42 Description M1078 Standard Cargo Truck The M1078 Standard Cargo Truck is designed to transport cargo and soldiers. The M1078 has a payload capacity of 5,000 pounds and to facilitate loading/unloading, the bed side rails are mounted on hinges and can be lowered. The cargo bed can be equipped with an optional bench seat kit for transport of soldiers. The bench seats are constructed of a non-wood material and attach to the cargo bed side rails. The seats can be folded down and stowed when not in use. Soldiers are assisted climbing in and out of the cargo bed area with the aid of a ladder stowed on the vehicle when not in use. A canvas and bows kit is available to keep soldiers and cargo protected from the elements. The M1078 can be equipped with an optional electrically operated MHE and self-recovery winch kit capable of fore and aft vehicle recovery operations. Specifications Drive 4 x 4 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 225 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTIS Length 253" (6,429 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase153.5" (3,900 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 16,499 lb (7,484 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T60081/T60149 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ______________

43 43 Description M1079 Van The M1079 Van is designed to be used as a mobile shop by Direct Support Unit Maintenance contact teams. The M1079 van body is constructed of aluminum and is equipped with 3 double paned windows, blackout shields, double rear doors, removable steps, and an AC/DC electrical junction box and multiple outlets. The van body can be equipped with heater and/or air conditioner. The M1079 can be equipped with a self-recovery winch kit capable of fore and aft vehicle recovery operations. The winch has 308 feet of line capacity and 10,000 pounds bare drum line pull at 110% overload. Specifications Drive 4 x 4 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 225 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTIS Length 263" (6,701 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase153.5" (3,900 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 17,981 lb (8,156 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T93484 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

44 44 Description M1082 LMTV Trailer (LMTVT) The M1082 LMTV Trailer (LMTVT) is designed to be towed by the LMTV family of vehicles. The M1082 trailer is a single axle trailer with a gross payload capacity of 5000 pounds. The trailer is equipped with an air brake system actuated from the prime mover brake systems and a parking brake system to prevent movement of the trailer when not connected to the prime mover. A canvas and bows kit is provided to protect the cargo from the elements. Specifications Length Overall 209.5" (5,321 mm) Cargo Bed (inside)148.8" (3,780 mm) Height Overall 78.8 (2,002mm) Deck Height Empty 60.3" (1,532 mm) Loaded 57.0" (1,448 mm) Width Overall (outside) 96" (2,438 mm) Cargo Bed (inside) 90.8" (2,306 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight (VCW) 6,510 lb (2,953kg) Gross Curb Weight (GVW) 11,510 lb (5,221 kg) Tongue Weight at VCW750 lb (340 kg) at GVW1,400 lb (635 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded13.5" (343 mm) Empty16" (406 mm) Remarks LIN # T96564 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

45 45 Description M1083 Standard Cargo Truck The M1083 has a payload capacity of 10,000 pounds and to facilitate loading/unloading, the bed side rails are mounted on hinges. The cargo bed can be equipped with an optional bench seat kit for transport of soldiers. The bench seats are constructed of a non-wood material and attach to the cargo bed side rails. The seats can be folded down and stowed when not in use. Soldiers are assisted climbing in and out of the cargo bed area with the aid of a ladder stowed on the vehicle when not in use. A canvas and bows kit is provided to keep soldiers and cargo protected from the elements. The M1083 can be equipped with a self-recovery winch capable of fore/aft vehicle recovery operations. The winch has 280 feet of line capacity and 15,500 pounds bare drum line pull at 110% overload. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 273" (6,935 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase161" (4,100 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel19,597 lb (8,889 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T61908 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

46 46 Description M1084 Standard Cargo Truck The M1084 Standard Cargo Truck with MHE is designed to transport cargo and soldiers. The M1084 has a payload capacity of 10,000 pounds and lift capacity of 2,500 to 5,000 pounds using the on board MHE. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 306" (7,768 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase161" (4,100 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel19,597 lb (8,889 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T41203 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

47 47 Description M1085 Long Wheel Base (LWB) Truck The M1085 has a payload capacity of 10,000 pounds and to facilitate loading/unloading, the bed side rails are mounted on hinges. The cargo bed can be equipped with an optional bench seat kit for transport of soldiers. The bench seats are constructed of a non-wood material and attach to the cargo bed side rails. The seats can be folded down and stowed when not in use. Soldiers are assisted climbing in and out of the cargo bed area with the aid of a ladder stowed on the vehicle when not in use. A canvas and bows kit is provided to keep soldiers and cargo protected from the elements. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 349" (8,863 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase 177" (4,500 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, 20,836 lb (9,451 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T61704 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

48 48 Description M1086 LWB Truck The M1086 LWB Truck with MHE is designed to transport soldiers and cargo in International Standardized Operations Containers. The M1086 has a payload capacity of 10,000 pounds and lift capacity of 2,500 to 5,000 pounds using the on board MHE Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 380" (9.674mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase 216.5" (5,500 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, 24,687 lb (11,198 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T61840 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

49 49 Description M1087 Expandable Van The M1087 Expandable Van is envisioned to be a mobile office used at various echelons in a field environment. The M1087 van sides pull out from the main body to form the office complex. It is equipped with 110V AC to operate computer, radio and air condition systems. A 24 VDC electrical system is provided to operate the electrical components (radios and blackout lights, etc.) until the office complex can be set up. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 306" (7,768 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 145" (3,684 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase161" (4,100 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 28,647 lb (12,994 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # Z94560 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

50 50 Description M1088 Tractor Truck The M1088 Tractor Truck is designed for line haul operations. The M1088 is the prime mover for the M871 Semi-Trailer and can tow the M871 fully loaded on and off road. In addition, the M1088 can tow the existing medium trailer fleet. The M1088 can be equipped with a self-recovery winch capable of fore vehicle recovery operations. The winch is equipped with 280 feet line capacity and 15,500 pounds bare drum line pull at 110% overload. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 281" (7,145 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase161" (4,100 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 18,640 lb (8,455 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T61307/T61239 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

51 51 Description M1089 Wrecker The M1089 Wrecker is designed to recover vehicles in the 5 ton or less weight class. The M1089 Wrecker features front or rear disabled vehicle lift and tow capability. The M1089 is equipped with two, 30,000 pound main winch assemblies, with 300 feet of cable each. The M1089 also equipped with a MHE rated at 11,000 pounds with the boom extended at 14 feet. Both MHE and main winches feature remote control capabilities. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 360" (9,143 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase 209" (5,300 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 19,597 lb (8,889 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T94709 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

52 52 Description M1090 Dump Truck The M1090 Dump Truck is designed to transport construction material in support of combat engineer road and bridge projects. The M1090 has a 5 cubic yard, 10,000 pound payload capacity. The cargo bed can be equipped with an optional bench seat kit for transport of soldiers. The bench seats are constructed of a non-wood material and attach to the cargo bed side rails. The seats can be folded down and stowed when not in use. Soldiers are assisted climbing in and out of the cargo bed area with the aid of a ladder stowed on the vehicle when not in use. A canvas and bows kit is provided to keep soldiers and cargo protected from the elements. The M1090 can be equipped with a self-recovery winch capable of fore/aft vehicle recovery operations. The winch is equipped with 280 feet line capacity and 15,500 pounds bare drum line pull at 110% overload. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 283" (7,182 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase161" (4,100 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 21,978 lb (9,969 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # T64911 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

53 53 Description XM1091 Fuel/Water Tanker The XM1091 Fuel/Water Tanker is designed to transport fuel or water to support the soldiers on the battlefield. The M1091 is constructed of stainless steel with internal baffles and can transport 1500 gallons. It is a self contained unit, housing the pump and control module, hoses, reels and dispensing nozzles, metering instruments, fuel level indicator, filters, and a sampling probe used with the aqua-glow water sampling kit. The pump can dispense gallons per minute with deadman controller that halts dispensing to prevent accidental spillage. The vehicle is still in the developmental phase. Specifications Drive 6 x 6 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential Engine Diesel, EPA compliant, 290 hp Transmission Fully automatic Axles Single reduction with outboard planetaries Cab 3-Man, cab-over-engine Tires Super singles with CTI Length 317" (8,054 mm) Height Operational For Air Transport 112" (2,845 mm) 105.5" (2,680 mm) Width 96" (2,438 mm) Wheelbase177" (4,500 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight No Kits, Crew, Fuel 24,194 lb (10,974 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 22" (559 mm) Remarks LIN # YF206Z _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

54 54 Description M1095 MTV Trailer (MTVT) The M1095 MTV Trailer (MTVT) is designed to be towed by the MTV family of vehicles. The M1095 is a dual axle trailer with a gross payload capacity of 10,000 pounds. The trailer is equipped with an air brake system actuated by the prime mover and a parking brake system to prevent movement of the trailer when not connected to the prime mover. A canvas and bows kit is provided to protect the cargo from the elements. Specifications Length Overall 229.5" (5,829 mm) Cargo Bed (inside) 168.8" (4,288 mm) Height Overall 80.8" (2,052mm) Deck Height Empty 62.3" (1,582 mm) Loaded 60.0" (1,524 mm) Width Overall (outside) 96" (2,438 mm) Cargo Bed (inside) 90.8" (2,306 mm) Vehicle Curb Weight (VCW) 9,200 lb (4,173mm) Gross Curb Weight (GVW)19,200 lb (8,709 kg) Tongue Weight at VCW800 lb (363 kg) at GVW1,924 lb (873 kg) Ground Clearance Loaded 12.3" (312 mm) Empty 14.8" (376 mm) Remarks LIN # T95555 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

55 55 Description M977/M985 The Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) provides transport capabilities for re-supply of combat vehicles and weapons systems. The M977 and M985 cargo truck with Material Handling Crane (MHC), carry all types of equipment, parts, and ammunition. A self-recovery winch is also available on certain models. This vehicle family is rapidly deployable and is designed to operate in any climatic condition where military operations are expected to occur. Specifications Length: 33.4 feet Width: 8.5 feet Weight: 38,000 pounds Height: 7.8 feet Remarks LIN # T38844 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

56 56 Description M1120 LHS The HEMTT Load Handling System (LHS) consists of a standard HEMTT (M977/M978 or M985 chassis) prime mover equipped with an integral load-handing system providing self- load/unload capability and capable of transporting an 11-ton payload. LHS carries equipment/ammunition/supply loads on demountable flatrack cargo beds and is able to tow an 11-ton payload trailer also capable of carrying flatracks. The containerized roll-in/out platform (CROP), an A-frame type flatrack that fits inside a 20-foot International Standards Organization container, gives the HEMTT LHS added cargo carrying capability. Specifications Length: 34.1 feet Width: 8.5 feet Weight: 38,800 pounds Height: 7.8 feet Remarks LIN # T96496 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

57 57 Description M978 The Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) provides transport capabilities for re-supply of combat vehicles and weapons systems. The M978 has a 2500 gallon fuel tank in place of a cargo bed. A self-recovery winch is also available on certain models. This vehicle family is rapidly deployable and is designed to operate in any climatic condition where military operations are expected to occur. Specifications Length: 33.4 feet Width: 8.5 feet Weight: 38,200 pounds Height: 7.8 feet Remarks LIN # T58161 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

58 58 Description M984 The Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) wrecker provides battle field recovery and maintenance assistance for powerplant replacement on the battlefield for vehicles and weapons systems. The M984 is equipped with a 60,000lbs main recovery winch and a 20,000lbs self recovery winch. It's lift-and-tow retrieval system can recover disabled vehicles in two to three minutes. This vehicle family is rapidly deployable and is designed to operate in any climatic condition where military operations are expected to occur. Specifications Length: 32.6 feet Width: 8.5 feet Weight: 50,900 pounds Height: 7.8 feet Remarks LIN # T63093 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

59 59 Description Heavy Expanded Mobility Ammunition Trailer The HEMAT system provides key capabilities to support Army modularity and the Objective Force. A high-mobility trailer with a payload capacity of 11 tons, the system is designed to transport MLRS pods, palletized and non- palletized conventional ammunition and fuel bladders over primary and secondary roads or rough, cross-country terrain. Over the past 15 years, more than 2,000 HEMAT systems have been produced and used extensively by the Army worldwide. Specifications Mission Payload Primary - 4 MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) Pods Secondary-Rockets, Missiles and Ammunition, Palletized/Unpalletized Cargo Fuel Transport -Two 600 gallon pods or two 500 gallon bladders Weights GVW - 32,850 lb (14,932 kg) -Curb Wt.- 10,850 lb (4,932 kg) - Payload - 22,000 lb (10,000 kg) Transportability C-130 Aircraft (Unloaded) CH-47 Helicopter Sling Lifted (Unloaded) C-141, C-17 Remarks LIN # T45465 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

60 60 Description Javelin is the first "fire-and-forget" shoulder-fired anti-tank missile now fielded to the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps, replacing Dragon. Javelin's unique top-attack flight mode, superior self- guiding tracking system and advanced warhead design allows it to defeat all known tanks out to ranges of 2500m. Specifications Weight (missile and CLU: 49.5 lbs Range: In excess of 2500m Crew: 2 Remarks LIN # C60750 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

61 61 Description The TOW system is mounted on various platforms including the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, the improved TOW vehicle, the HMMWV. In addition, it can be operated in a dismounted ground mode. The TOW is guided to its target merely by the gunner keeping the cross-hairs on the target. Corrective information is sent to the missile by two thin wires that deploy in flight. Specifications 2A 2B Missile weight: 47.1lbs 49.8 lbs Length: 46.1in 46.1in Min range: 65 m 200 m Max range: 3,750m 3,750m Launcher weight with TOW 2 mods: lbs Crew: 2 Remarks LIN # C84041 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

62 62 Description The M119A1/A2 105mm towed howitzer The M119A1/A2 105mm towed howitzer is a lightweight towed weapon that provides direct support fires to light, airborne and air assault forces. The prime mover for the M119 is the HMMWV. However, it can be dropped by parachute or airlifted with its basic load of ammunition by UH60 and CH47 helicopters or C130 aircraft. Specifications Length: feet Width: 5.83 feet Height: 7.25 feet Weight: 4,270 lbs Crew: 7 Range: 14,000 m standard 19,500 m rocket- assisted Max rate of fire: 6 rounds per minute for first 2 minutes Sustained rate of fire: 3 rounds per minute Ammunition: The M119A1/A2 fires all standard NATO 105mm artillery ammunition, including the M1 High Explosive, M314 Illuminating, M60/M60A2 White Phosphorous (smoke). In addition, it fires the M913 and M760 extended range ammunitions. Remarks LIN # H57505 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

63 63 Description M109A6 Paladin Self Propelled Howitzer The M109A6 Paladin is the latest advancement in 155mm self-propelled artillery. The system enhances previous versions of the M109 by implementing onboard navigational and automatic fire control systems. Paladin has both a Kevlar-lined chassis and a pressurized crew compartment to guard against ballistic, nuclear, biological, and chemical threats. Specifications Crew 4 Weight empty (approx.) 56,400 lbs Weight cbt-loaded approx.) 63,615 lbs Propulsion 2 cycle diesel, 440 horsepower, Detroit Diesel Corp. Allison ATD-XTG transmission Cruise Range186 miles Fuel Capacity 133 gallons Max speed (Highway) 38 mph Max speed (Off-road) 19mph Into action time 45 seconds from a complete stop Armament (Main) 155 mm, 39 caliber, Gun Mount M284 cannon assembly, fitted with the M182A1 mount Armament (Secondary) 0.50 caliber (M2) Remarks LIN # H57642 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ __________________

64 64 Description M7 Bradley Fire Support Team Vehicle As the name implies, the M7 BFIST is a modified M2A2 ODS (Operation Desert Storm) Bradley fighting vehicle that has been equipped with a specialized fire support mission equipment package (MEP). In addition to providing the critical fire support teams with the same mobility, survivability and battlefield signature as the A2 series Bradley, the M7 provides fire support teams with a 25 mm cannon for self-defense. Most important, the M7 design provides, for the first time, the ability to "target on the move." Specifications BFIST is a point-and-shoot and point-and-lase system for fire supporters. Its features are dramatic improvements over the FIST-V and equate to new capabilities to derive accurate target location at the push of a button--no targeting head to erect, no initialization of targeting systems each time you stop, no additional night sight to install and no challenge getting the ten-digit grid into the digital system. Remarks LIN # F86571 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

65 65 Description M2A2 and M3A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle The High Survivability Bradley A2 matched the TOW II missile system with a 600 horsepower engine and automatic transmission. The hull of the Bradley is constructed of welded aluminum and supplemented at critical locations by spaced laminate armor. The latest version of the Bradley, the M2A2, has additional applique steel armor to help defeat ballistic ammunition, with provision for explosive reactive armor for increased protection against shaped charge weapons. Specifications M2 IFV M3 CFV Crew Inf 2 Cav Length 21'2 Width 10'6 Height 9'9 Weight 50,000 lbs Road Speed 45 mph Range 300 miles Engine Cummins VTA-903T water- cooled 4 cycle diesel. Armament M242 Bushmaster 25mm Automatic Gun (Chain-gun) 7.62 mm coaxially mounted machine gun TOW missile launcher with twin tubes.M242 Bushmaster Remarks LIN # F40375 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

66 66 Description M1A1 AIM Tank The purpose of this vehicle is to provide mobile firepower for armored formations of sufficient capability to successfully close with and destroy any opposing armored fighting vehicle in the world, while providing protection for it's crew in any conceivable combat environment. It is capable of engaging the enemy in any weather, day or night on the multi-dimensional, non-linear battlefield using its firepower, manuever, and shock effect. The Abrams Tank System synchronizes its high tempo, distributed manuever via its digitized situational awareness and the fusion of onboard and remote battlefield sensors. Specifications M1A1 M1A2 Length: FT FT Width: 12.0 FT 12.0 FT Height: 8.0 FT 8.0 FT Top Speed: 41.5 MPH 41.5 MPH Weight: 67.6 TONS 68.7 TONS Armament: 120 MM 120 MM Crew: 4 4 The main armament is a 120mm smooth bore cannon. It has day/night fire on the move capability which is provided by a laser range finder, thermal imaging night sight, optical day sight, and a digital ballistic computer. Both the fuel and ammunition are compartmented to enhance survivability. The Abrams may be fitted with "reactive armor" to thwart armor-defeating munitions. Remarks LIN # T13168 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________

67 67 Description M113A3 Armored Personnel Carrier The M113A1, informally known as the Gavin, is a lightly armored full tracked air transportable personnel carrier designed to carry personnel and certain types of cargo. The M113-family was developed from M59 and M75 by Ford and Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Co. in the late 1950´s. The vehicle is capable of: amphibious operations in streams and lakes; extended cross country travel over rough terrain; and high speed operation on improved roads and highways. Specifications Weight, combat loaded 27,180 lb. (12,329 kg) Max weight 31,000 lb. (14,061 kg) Net weight 23,880 lb. (10,832 kg) Air drop weight 22,128 lb. (10,037 kg) Personnel capacity 13 Fuel tank capacity 95 gallons (360 liters) Speed on land 41 mi/h (66 km/h) Speed in water 3.6 mi/h (5.8 km/h) Cruising range 300 mi (483 km) Turning radius Pivot to infinite Slope 60% Side slope 40% Trench crossing 66 in. (168 cm) Vertical wall climbing 24 in. (61 cm) Remarks LIN # C18234 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

68 68 Description M1064A3 Self-propelled 120mm Mortar The M1064A3 incorporates all of the mobility, reliability improvements of the M113A3, including powertrain, engine diagnostics, driver's station, and electrical system. Survivability is enhanced through the use of external fuel tanks. The M1064A3 has the same silhouette as the M113A3 Personnel Carrier and features a welded-in cross beam, additional floor support structures to withstand mortar reaction forces, and an enlarged three-piece top firing hatch. The 120mm weapon has a 90 traverse for firing over the rear of the vehicle. Specifications Combat weight 27,580lbs 12,510kg Height over MG 99.25" 252.1cm Length 209.4" 531.9cm Width over track shrouds " cm Ground clearance 17.1" 43.4cm Max level road speed 40mph 64kph Max water speed 3.6mph 5.8kph Max trench 66" 170cm Max grade 60% Max sideslope 30% Max vertical obstacle 24" 61cm Remarks LIN # YF5063 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

69 69 Description M577A3 Command Post Carrier The M577A3 Tracked Command Post Carriers are full-tracked lightweight vehicles used as an operational staff office and command post. The M577A3 incorporates the RISE powerpack and improved driver controls. The M577 is nicknamed the "high-top shoe" for its tall, ungainly silhouette. The vehicle is C130 air transportable, however it is not air droppable. Specifications Weight, combat loaded 26,500 lb (12,020 kg) Maximum weight 31,000 lb (14,061 kg) Weight, air transportable 23,300 lb (10,569 kg) Fuel tank capacity 110 gal (416 liters) Performance Speed on land 41 mi/h (64 km/hr) Speed in water 3.6 mi/h (5.8 km/hr) Cruising range 300 mi (483 km) Turning radius Pivot to infinite Slope 60% Side slope 40% Trench crossing 66 in (168 cm) Vertical wall climbing 24 in (61 cm) Remarks LIN # C11158 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

70 70 Description M1068A3 Standard Integrated Command Post System (SICPS) Carrier The M1068A3 Standard Integrated Command Post System (SICPS) Carrier is the RISE powered version of the M1068. A variant of the M577A3, it was modified for the next generation of automated command and control through the Army Tactical Command and Control System (ATCCS). The M1068A3 has a crew of 4: commander; driver; and two command post operators. In addition to mounting provisions for the ATCCS hardware, vehicle modifications include an improved 5 KW Auxiliary Power Unit (APU), a power/data distribution system, and a ten meter antenna mast. Specifications Weight, combat loaded 26,500 lb (12,020 kg) Maximum weight 31,000 lb (14,061 kg) Weight, air transportable 23,300 lb (10,569 kg) Fuel tank capacity 110 gal (416 liters) Performance Speed on land 41 mi/h (64 km/hr) Speed in water 3.6 mi/h (5.8 km/hr) Cruising range 300 mi (483 km) Turning radius Pivot to infinite Slope 60% Side slope 40% Trench crossing 66 in (168 cm) Vertical wall climbing 24 in (61 cm Remarks LIN # D11538 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

71 71 Description M107 The M107 Long Range Sniper Rifle (LRSR) is a.50 caliber rifle with attached optics/electro-optics that supports all weather, day/night tactical dominance via rapid-fire direct fire engagements with armor penetrating, incendiary, dual-purpose ammunition. The M107 is based on the Marine Corps M82A3 Special Application Scoped Rifle. Specifications Country of Origin USA Date Of Introduction 2002 Caliber 0.50 in (12.7 mm) Cartridge.50 Browning Machine Gun (12.7 x 99 mm) System of Operation Short recoil Weight, Gun and Scope, Unloaded 28.5 lb (12.9 kg) Length Assembled: 57 in (1,448 mm) Takedown Mode: 38 in (965 mm) Barrel Length 29 in (737 mm) Barrel Rifling R.H., eight lands and grooves, pitch 1 in 15 inches (381 mm) Safety Features Manual thumb-lever Trigger Pull?Magazine Capacity 10 rounds. The preferred load is 8 to 9 rounds. Weight Magazine 10 rounds: 4.12 lb (1.87 kg) 8 rounds: 3.62 lb (1.64 kg ) Remarks LIN # R45351 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________

72 72 Description M24 The M24 Sniper Weapon System, fielded in 1988, represents a return to bolt action sniper rifles by the US Army. As in the US Marine M40A1, the M24 uses the Remington 700 receiver group, although the reciever has been made for adaptation to take the.300 Winchester Magnum round. The stock (HS Precision) is made of a composite of Kevlar, graphite and fibreglass bound together with epoxy resins, and features an aluminium bedding block and adjustable butt plate. A detachable bipod can be attached to the stocks fore-end. The M24 is equipped with a 10X fixed Leupold M3 Ultra telescope. Specifications Length: inches ( centimeters) Length of Barrel: 22 inches (55.88 centimeters) Weight: Empty magazine: 8.7 pounds (3.95 kilograms) Full magazine and sling: 11.0 pounds (5.0 kilograms) Bore diameter: 7.62mm Maximum effective range: 1, feet (460 meters) Muzzle velocity: 2,800 feet (853 meters) per second Cyclic rate of fire: 750 rounds per minute Magazine capacity: 20 rounds Unit Replacement Cost: $576 Remarks LIN # R95387 _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________


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