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    Default some HMMWV pics

    M998 cargo/troop carrier without winch


    M1025 armament carrier, basic armor, without winch


    M1026 armament carrier, basic armor, with winch


    M997 maxi-ambulance, 4-litter, basic armor


    M1037 S-250 shelter carrier, without winch


    M1113 Expanded Capacity


    M998 with Helmet 4 door Hartop




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    The HMMWV seems not that good armoured, do you want to replace it by anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wodan
    The HMMWV seems not that good armoured, do you want to replace it by anything?
    The reason for the little armor is that it was meant to simply replace the jeep. It was never built as a APC however now they have begun to change that.

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    Uparmoured Humvee:

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    A few Swiss Eagles (Humvee):








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    Thanks for posting!

    sweet pics

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    32 other good pictures of HMMWV on this gallery : http://air-defense.net/index.php?cat=23&num_art=299

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    Russian version of HUMVEE - Tiger

    Kinda looks like the Russian Armored vechile called COMBAT. Sptetsnaz will be first one to use these vehicles.















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    Quote Originally Posted by crinkler
    Quote Originally Posted by Wodan
    The HMMWV seems not that good armoured, do you want to replace it by anything?
    The reason for the little armor is that it was meant to simply replace the jeep. It was never built as a APC however now they have begun to change that.
    Exactly it is not an APC. It is being pressed into a role for which it iwas not intended.

    It has better armor than most vehicles of a similar type such as the G-wagon and land rover, which don't have any protection at all.

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    Italian version of HMMWV...the Iveco LMV



    The Multirole Light Vehicle (MLV) is a new family of light armored 4x4 vehicles available in soft-skinned or armored versions. It is based on the Iveco LMV vehicle, of which 2,500 are in production for the Italian Army. The UK version accommodates up to four fully equipped troops, while the Italian version can take five. A stretched version will be able to carry seven troops under armor.

    MLV displayed at Eurosatory 2004The MLV has a gross weight of 6,500kg (STANAG level 3 protection) and a payload in excess of 1,200 kg. It uses a 3,000cc Iveco 186 Bhp diesel engine and fully automatic 6 speed gearbox. Some of the vehicles are expected to be armed with the Enforcer remote controlled weapon systems. The FCLV's system of choice was based on RAFAEL's RCWS design and is armed with 5.56/7.62/12.7mm Machine Guns / 40mm Automatic Grenade Launcher, to be provided by AEI.

    The MLV Protection system meets various levels, from STANAG level 1 to STANAG level 4, which was required by the Italian Army. The Italian MLVs use the latest version AMAP composite armor, protection while the British version uses lower level of protection. The armoring system uses appliqué armor panels, placed between the inner and outer hull. This concept provides for protection upgrade capability, to meet changing The armor protection of the MLV is concealed under the panels, as shown in this view of the MLV's driver's position.mission requirements, as well as introduction of new, lightweight materials as they become available. The crew is also protected from mines of up to 6kg under the wheels. The MLV can be fitted with a mission configured overhead weapon station, equipped with day and night vision.



    The British Army has ordered 486 MLVs for its Future Command and Liaison Vehicle program (FCLV). In this role, MLVs will be used for a wide range of battlefield missions, with variants for infantry, artillery, armor, engineer and signals users, and will replace the ageing vehicles such as Saxon, Spartan, FV-430 and unarmored Land-Rovers. By 2005 Alvis is expected to introduce specific MLV based prototypes for each of the mission configurations, while production of the vehicles is expected between 2006 and 2009. According to the 140 million pound procurement contract, the British MOD has options to buy 400 additional vehicles. The program's cost will also be enhanced by support services to be provided over the life of the vehicle.

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    looks more frensh:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wodan
    frensh=French ?
    If so than no it’s Swiss but the producer Mowag is now part of GDLS.
    http://www.mowag.ch/En/02_ProdukteEn...0_Frameset.htm
    This one is Danish Army:
    http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y18...r/eagle_03.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by M4ko
    Russian version of HUMVEE - Tiger. Kinda looks like the Russian Armored vechile called COMBAT. Sptetsnaz will be first one to use these vehicles.
    The first two pictures are not Tigr. Its Barhan. A creation of one Tunning Company in Moscow. And its not Russian version of HUMVEE, not the one nor the other

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellion 86R*
    Quote Originally Posted by M4ko
    Russian version of HUMVEE - Tiger. Kinda looks like the Russian Armored vechile called COMBAT. Sptetsnaz will be first one to use these vehicles.
    The first two pictures are not Tigr. Its Barhan. A creation of one Tunning Company in Moscow. And its not Russian version of HUMVEE, not the one nor the other
    Thats how they had it on a news website, but anyway dont you think all these designs come from HUMVEE original frame?

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    I so want one

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