M1097 TM PDF

The heavy variant troop carrier is capable of transporting a two-man crew and eight passengers. The heavy variant cargo carrier is capable of transporting a payload including crew of 4, pounds 1, kilograms. The M, MA1, MA2 use a troop seat kit for troop transport operations, a ampere umbilical power cable to power shelter equipment, and stowage racks for ammunition and equipment. To accommodate the higher payload capacity, the vehicles are equipped with a re-inforced frame, crossmembers, lifting shackles, heavy duty rear springs, shock absorbers, reinforced control arms, heavy duty tires and rims, and a transfer case and differential with modified gear ratio. The MA2 models have new bumpers, which make the vehicles slightly longer.

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It uses a common chassis and can carry a wide variety of weapons, including machine guns and tube-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided TOW anti-armor missile launchers. The vehicle has high ground clearance 16 inches , which allows for excellent mobility. The proportions of the HMMWV makes for a stable, "road-hugging" vehicle that is very hard to roll over. The body is designed to flex to accommodate off-road use.

The engine is coupled to a 4-speed automatic transmission and full-time 4WD transfer case. Some HMMWVs are equipped with an optional central tire inflation system CTIS , which enables the driver to adjust tire pressure from his seat "on the go" to adapt to changing terrain conditions, thus allowing for maximum off-road mobility.

This results in fewer training hours needed for mechanics. Also, the HMMWV simplified supply, maintenance and logistics system essentially one set of common parts for 15 configurations reduces life-cycle costs. It is designed to provide greater protection without sacrificing mobility and performance.

The U. Navy and U. In the late s, the U. Army decided it needed a new and better vehicle to replace the M Gama Goat, the Mseries Jeep, and civilian trucks adapted for military use. This was the first increment of a five-year contract for almost 55, vehicles.

By March , approximately , HMMWVs had been built with the total tally, as of , standing at , vehicles produced. Defense Budget Forecast , a comprehensive analytical database containing historical and forecast budget figures, year-to-year funding comparisons, congressional budget markups, program justification documents, and much more. Source: U. Platinum Forecast System:.


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ARMY TM 9 2320 280 24P 1 Technical Manual Humvee M998 M998A1

The M provides superior protection for crew, weapons components and ammunition. Along with the TOW missile launcher, the M provides for the ring-mounting and firing of various weapons systems with a degree arc of fire. It is a four-person vehicle, which can be used for a variety of missions—from command and control to armed patrol—and is available with an optional Weapons Mount and Turret. It is also produced as a customized model for special operations. Built to provide optimal protection for crew, weapons components and ammunition, the M is expertly engineered to withstand the demanding requirements of special operation missions that necessitate increased payloads without sacrificing mobility, dependability or performance. It is a two-man vehicle used primarily to transport personnel, but can also be used as a shelter carrier. The M provides superior troop protection and is capable of carrying up to eight passengers under the Armor Troop Carrier or Troop Seat options.


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