Serial standard American army Trucks

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GMC CCKW 353 Truck long-wheelbase GMC Truck, 2 1/2-ton, 6x6 , Analogs - Studebaker US-6 and International Harvester M-5H-6 In September of 1941 Yellow Coaches' founder, John D. Hertz, went to work for Uncle Sam. By that time the employees of Yellow Truck & Coach had already joined the War effort. General Motors various division made tremendous contributions to the War effort, producing tanks and 16 different types of trucks for the Allies ranging from diminutive 1?-ton arms repair vehicles to massive 8-ton truck-tractors. Yellow Truck & Coach division was selected to produce the 2-1/2-ton CCKW 6-cylinder 6x6 truck, without a doubt one of the two most important vehicles of the war, and numerically the most important. The M39 (G744) series was designed as a 5-ton (4536 kg), three-axle all-wheel-drive off-road truck to replace World War II-era trucks such as 4- and 6-ton 6x6s built by Brockway, Diamond T , Mack, and White . Rushed into production by International Harvester in 1951, soon Kaiser (renamed Kaiser-Jeep in 1963) also became a major manufacturer, with Diamond T and Mack building smaller numbers. The M39 series evolved into the M809 (G908) series in 1969, which followed, but did not replace, it. The M809 Series was then improved into the M939 series. The M-39 series heavier variant of the 2 1/2 ton M-35 series trucks. Mack US Military M-125 Truck, Cargo, 10-ton, 6x6 is part of the G-792 series of vehicles which includes the M-123 Truck, Tractor, 10-Ton, 6x6. This truck was manufactured by Mack in the late 1950s used primarily as the prime mover for towed 8-inch and 155mm artillery. The design borrowed many components from the WW II Mack NO 7 1/2 ton truck. The M-125 was in U.S. service through the 1980s. Manufactured By Mack from 1955 to 1957 (The M123 Series) and 1965-1969 (M123A1C)
M35 A2 6x6 Truck. The M35 2,5-ton cargo truck is a 2,5-ton 6x6 cargo truck. Over time it evolved into a family of specialized vehicles. It inherited the nickname "Deuce and a Half" from an older 2,5-ton truck, the World War II GMC CCKW. The M54 5-ton 6x6 truck was the basic cargo model of the M39 Series truck. Produced 1951Ц1965. Manufacturer: Diamond T, International Harvester, Kaiser/Kaiser-Jeep, Mack M809 6x6 Army Truck The M809 Series 5-ton 6x6 truck (G908) was a family of heavy tactical trucks built for the United States Armed Forces. Built by AM General, they evolved into the M939 Series. The M809 general utility truck was based on a successful M54 series design, that entered production in 1950. (The M54 5-ton 6x6 truck (G744) was the basic cargo model of the M39 Series truck.)
The M-123 Truck, Tractor, 10-Ton, 6x6 (M123A1C) is part of the G-792 series of vehicles which includes the M-125 Truck, Cargo, 10-ton, 6x6. The M123 is a tractor for hauling semi-trailer loads such as heavy vehicles (tanks, bulldozers) or ammunition or other supplies. Its gearing restricts it use to off-road field activity, not line haul.M123A1C manufactured By Mack from 1965 to 1969
2,5-ton 6x6 truck was a class of medium trucks designed for the US Armed Forces. The basic cargo versions were designed to transport a 5,000 lb (2,300 kg) cargo load over all terrain in all weather. Widely used in World War II, the "deuce and a half" continued to be the US standard medium duty truck class after the war. Five different designs were standardized by the U.S., two were also standardized by Canada. One was built primarily for Lend-Lease export during World War II, and many others have been exported to smaller militaries. The US began replacing 6x6 trucks with the 4x4 Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV) in 1991. M925 Series M939 truck 5 t AM General The M939 series of military trucks was developed in the 1970s. It is an updated version of the earlier M809 series. The M939 Truck is a 5-ton 6x6 U.S. military heavy truck . Designed in the late 1970s to replace the M39 and M809 series of trucks. M923 5 TON TRUCK, AM General ((M939 series 5-ton 6x6 truck, photographed at The Marine Corps Mechanized Museum, Camp Pendleton, California in November 2012.) M-916 Light Equipment Transporter The Truck, Tractor: 20-Ton, Light Equipment, 6x6, 56,000 GVW M916, M916A1, M916A2, and M916A3 are used primarily with to tow compatible semitrailers -- low bed type M172A1, 25-ton payload and M870, 40-ton payload -- to transport engineer construction equipment in the local, line haul and maintenance evacuation missions on primary, secondary and off-road conditions. They have an on-board winch capable of pulling engineer construction equipment onto the M870 semitrailer. The maximum GCVW, when towing the M870 40-ton semitrailer, is 130,000 pounds. Freightliner delivered more than 1,070 of these vehicles to the Army from 1990 to the 2000s.
2,5-ton 6x6 truck The US began replacing 6x6 trucks with the 4x4 Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV) in 1991. In 1991 a Stewart & Stevenson company was awarded a large-scale contract to manufacture the US Army's new Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) with the intention that eventually all the existing (and ageing) medium trucks in the Army's inventory would be replaced by a modern and efficient design. First production vehicles were delivered to the US Army in 1996. Since 2012 these trucks are produced by Oshkosh Corporation. The OshkoshЃ Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) stands alone as the get-things-done resource for military operations. Crew-protecting armor and advanced technologies work in concert to provide the capability, versatility, mobility and protection to move troops and supplies, recover vehicles and weapon systems or haul equipment wherever the mission requires. Stewart-stevenson M1083 Standard Cargo The Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) is a series of vehicles, based on a common chassis, that vary by payload and mission requirements. The FMTV is derived from the Austrian military Steyr 12 M 18 truck , but substantially modified to meet U.S. Army requirements, these including a minimum 50 per cent U.S. content. The Oshkosh MTVR or Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement is a purpose-designed military truck. The MTVR entered production in 2005. This vehicle is in service with the US Navy and Marine Corps. It replaces the M939 and ageing M809 5-ton 6x6 trucks.

(Heavy 8x8 US Army truck)

(Analog International Harvester 6x6 Military truck)

(M35 6x6 Truck)

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