Am General Humvee

The US Army's iconic high-mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV)

Am General Humvee
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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9780857333742
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The Humvee, the modern-day US military four-wheel-drive successor to the Willys Jeep, is used by numerous armed forces around the world and in some civilian adaptations. Over 10,000 Humvees were deployed in numerous roles by coalition forces during the Iraq war. At least 25 variants of this highly versatile vehicle have been produced, from unarmoured light transport to surface-to-air missile platform, including ambulances, tracked versions, troop carriers and special ops variants. This manual provides a unique insight into the world of military Humvees, with an emphasis on military operation and equipment.

The author

Pat Ware is one of Britain's foremost authorities on military transport. He is a former Editor of Classic Military Vehicle magazine, and has written numerous books about military vehicles. He owns a Willys Jeep and has access to a number of restored Jeeps and models currently undergoing restoration.

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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9780857333742
Illustrations: 20 b-w & 260 color photos
Size: 8.27 in x 10.64 in x 0.5 in / 210.06 mm x 270.26 mm x 12.7 mm
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