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M LMTV

Country of originUnited States
Entered service
Configuration4x4
Cab seating1 + 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight (empty) - t
Maximum load t
Length m
Width m
Height - m
Mobility
EngineCaterpillar ATAAC liter diesel
Engine power hp
Maximum road speed94 km/h
Range km
Maneuverability
Gradient60%
Side slope30%
Vertical step~ m
Trench m
Fording m

 

   During the late s the US Army was looking for a new military truck family. The main emphasis was stressed on reliability, low unit and running costs, and long term efficiency. There was a grueling series of selection trials which took place over a period of many months. Eventually an Austrian Steyr design was selected as a winner. In 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 fielded by the US Army in Eventually all ageing light and medium trucks in the Army's inventory were replaced by this modern and efficient family of vehicles. Since these trucks are produced by Oshkosh Corporation. These trucks were offered for export.

   The FMTV is based on an Austrian truck, the Steyr 12M18, but considerably reengineered to be available as the 4x4 tone Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV) and the 6x6 5 tone Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV). Both models have over 90 percent of components in common such as the cab, engine, drive train, tyres, wheels, front suspension, axles, etc, while this design involves many commercially available components. There was also an 8x8 heavy tactical vehicle, however only a couple of its prototypes were built and it never reached mass production. The basic LMTV is the M cargo truck while the 6x6 base is the M

   The M standard cargo truck is designed to transport cargo and soldiers. It has a payload capacity of t and to facilitate loading and 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 the transport of soldiers. The bench seats are constructed of a non-wood material and attach to the cargo bed side rails, and can be folded down and stowed when not in use. Soldiers are assisted when climbing in and out of the cargo bed area with the aid of a ladder, which is stowed on a vehicle when not in use. A canvas and bows kit are available to keep both soldiers and cargo protected from the elements. The M can be equipped with optional electrically operated self-recovery winch kit capable of fore and aft vehicle recovery operations.

   The cab accommodates driver and two passengers. Experience in Iraq led to development of an armored cab. It is known as Low Signature Armored Cab (LSAC). A team of 2 men can remove and replace the standard cab by an armored cab in the field conditions within 4 hours. The armored cab provides protection for the passengers against small arms fire, artillery shell splinters and mine blasts. These were widely used in Iraq and Afghanistan. Later a new Long Term Armor Strategy (LTAS) armored cab was introduced. It can adapt various armor levels, depending on the threat.

   Vehicle is powered by a Caterpillar ATAAC liter turbocharged diesel engine, developing hp. At the time of its introduction this engine was considered to be highly efficient and had low emissions. Later an improved Caterpillar engine was fitted. Interestingly the 6x6 version is fitted with a more powerful engine. The engine is coupled to a fully automatic transmission. The truck has power steering. A central tyre pressure system is fitted as standard.

   Some versions of the LMTV are fitted with load handling cranes. Some versions are being produced as bare chassis for special bodies to be added. Both LMTV and MTV models use the same forward control cab which has features such as ease of maintenance and routine checking facilities. A machine gun mounting is provided on top of the roof.

   The M basic model have many variants such as:

   - long wheelbase version;
   - van bodies;
   - dump truck;
   - tractor truck;
   - special version for low altitude air drops.

   Recently a new FMTV A2 family of light and medium tactical vehicles is being developed for the US Army. These will include LMTV A2 and MTV A2 series tactical vehicles. The new vehicles have stretched wheelbases and an added bonnet at the front. Production contract was awarded in The updated FMTV family is destined to serve well into the 21st Century.

 

 

 

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STEWART & STEVENSON MILITARY TRUCK TRACTOR MA1

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STEWART & STEVENSON MILITARY TRUCK TRACTOR - MTV 5 tone vehicle, Model MA1 manufactured by BAE Systems 6 x 6 wheel drive off-road semi tractor-truck model Pintle hitch and 5th wheel tow hardware 24 volt system Auto inflate and deflate tires for soft sand or off-road use. The Cab accommodates driver plus two passengers 6k miles, on the road, fully insured.

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STEWART AND STEVENSON M 4&#;4 LMTV CARGO TRUCK UNIMOG M

Stewart & Stevenson LMTV M Cargo Truck

Milspec

Ton

4&#;4

11, Miles

Caterpillar liter hp Diesel Engine

Allison Automatic 7speed Transmission

CTIS- Central Tire Inflation System

Hydraulic Cab Tilt, Spare Tire Lift And Suspension

Has A /85/20 Spare Tire

Truck Tires 65%

Troop Seats In Cargo Bed

Seats 3

Truck Runs And Drives Great

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Here is the detailed specs:

Vehicle ModelM
NSN
Drive4 x 4 (full-time) with locking interaxle differential
EngineDiesel, EPA compliant, hp
TransmissionFully automatic
AxlesSingle reduction with outboard planetaries
Cab3-Man, cab-over-engine
TiresSuper singles with CTIS
xxx
xDimensions
Length&#; (6, mm)
HeightOperational For Air Transport11&#; 8&#; (2, mm) &#; (2, mm)
Width96&#; (2, mm)
Wheelbase&#; (3, mm)
Vehicle Curb WeightNo Kits, Crew, Fuel18, lb (7, kg)
Ground ClearanceLoaded22&#; ( mm)
xPerformance Characteristics
Maximum SpeedGoverned, at Gross Weight58 mph (94 km/h)
RangeMinimum, at Gross Weight+ mi (+ km)
Maximum Grade60%
Approach Angle40o
Departure AngleStandard40o
Side Slope30%
FordingWithout KIT With KIT36&#; ( mm) 60&#; (1, mm)
Payload5, lb (2, kg)
Towed Load10, lb (4, kg)
xEquipment Specifications
CabCrew Seating3-Man
Seat DesignFore/Aft adjustable
Steering WheelAdjustable, tilt and telescopic
Steering TypePower assist
Storage (behind seats)4 cu-ft each
Cab SuspensionAir spring with integral dampers
EngineCaterpillar, Diesel, 6-Cylinder L, turbocharged and aftercooled
Rating hp ( kW) @ rpm, EPA-certified
GovernorMechanical
FuelDiesel, DF-2, JP-4, JP-8, V V-F
Oil18 qt (17 L) (MIL-LD, MIL-L)
CoolingWater, radiator
FanEngine-driven, clutch-type
TransmissionAllisonFully automatic, electronically controlled
Speeds7 speeds, automatic/select
Full-time All-wheel DriveIntegral transfer case with locking interaxle differential
Normal Operation30% torque front wheels, 70% torque rear wheels
Off-Road (locked diff.)Equal speed front-to-rear
Oil qt (30 L) (MIL-LD, MIL-L)
AxlesRockwellFront, Rear
CarrierSingle reduction, amboid gearing
Wheel EndsBevel gear wheel end reduction
Wheel End Ratio
Overall Axle Gear Ratio
Front Axel Steering Angle35o
BrakesAir-activated, internal expansion (wedge)
AlternatorEngine-drivenEMI/RFI suppressed, waterproof
Rating Standard amp
Option amp
Voltage12/24 V
Tire Inflation SystemEatonElectronic (cab-mounted) controls &#; Highway &#; Cross-country &#; Sand/Mud/Snow &#; Emergency
Cargo BedDimensions x 95&#; (3, x 2, mm)
LadderStowed, metallic
ConstructionAll steel, E-coat rust proofing, dropside with side rail storage
Standard OptionsTroops seats, storable nonwooden
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Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles

Series of US military vehicles (trucks)

Family of 4x4 and 6x6 tactical trucks with ton, 5-ton, 9-ton and ton payload (U.S. tons)[1]

FMTV
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An Oshkosh-produced M A1P2 5-ton MTV in A-kit configuration

TypeFamily of 4x4 and 6x6 tactical trucks with ton, 5-ton, 9-ton and ton payload (U.S. tons)[1]
Place&#;of&#;originUnited States
In&#;service–present
Used&#;byU.S. Army and others (see Operators)
DesignerSteyr of Austria (original); Stewart & Stevenson for FMTV requirement. IP of the FMTV is owned by U.S. government
Designed (for FMTV requirement by Stewart & Stevenson)
Manufacturer
  • Stewart & Stevenson (original)
  • Armor Holdings (acquired Stewart & Stevenson)
  • BAE Systems (acquired Armor Holdings)
  • Oshkosh Corporation (current; won rebuy competition)[2]
Produced–present
No.&#;builtBAE Systems and legacy companies – 74, trucks and trailers Oshkosh Defense – 40, trucks and trailers as of August (production continues)
Variants(full details and National Stock Numbers (NSNs) in main text)
  • M (LMTV Cargo)
  • M (LMTV Van)
  • M (LMTV Chassis ( m))
  • M (LMTV Cargo-airdrop LVAD)
  • M (LMTV Trailer)
  • M (MTV Cargo)
  • M (MTV Cargo with MHE)
  • M (MTV Long Wheelbase Cargo)
  • M (MTV Long Wheelbase Cargo with MHE)
  • M (MTV Expansible Van)
  • M (MTV Tractor)
  • M (MTV Wrecker)
  • M (MTV Dump)
  • M (MTV 1, gallon Fuel Tanker)
  • M (MTV Chassis ( m))
  • M (MTV Cargo-airdrop LVAD)
  • M (MTV Dump-airdrop LVAD)
  • M (MTV Trailer)
  • M (MTV Long Wheelbase ( m) Chassis)
  • M (HIMARS, launcher chassis)
  • M (Trailer, FMTV Load Handling System)
  • M (Load handling system, 8 metric tonnes)
  • M (ton dump)
  • XM (ton MEADS air defence chassis ( m wheelbase))
  • Mongoose Mobile Launcher Chassis (MLC) (cancelled)
  • M (MTV ton chassis)

Weapon

MA1P2 ton LMTV cargo[1]
Mass10, kg (22, lbs) (curb w/fuel); 2, kg ( lbs) (payload)
Length m ( feet)
Width m ( feet)
Height m ( feet)
Crew2

Armora-kit/b-kit; U.S. Army Long Term Armor Strategy (LTAS) compliant
EngineCaterpillar (CAT) C7, liter, 6-cylinder inline water-cooled diesel developing hp (EPA )
Payload&#;capacityrated at U.S. tons
TransmissionAllison SP 7-speed automatic with integral single speed transfer case
SuspensionParabolic tapered leaf springs and telescopic shock-absorbers
Fuel&#;capacity litres (56 US Gallons)

Operational
range

km ( miles)
94 km/h (58 mph)

Steering
system

Power-assisted, front axle

Weapon

MA1P2 5-ton MTV cargo[1]
Mass11, kg (24, lbs) (curb w/fuel); 4, kg (10, lbs) (payload)
Length m
Width m
Height m
Crew2

Armora-kit/b-kit; U.S. Army Long Term Armor Strategy (LTAS) compliant
EngineCaterpillar (CAT) C7, liter, 6-cylinder inline water-cooled diesel developing hp (EPA )
Payload&#;capacityRated at 5 U.S. tons
TransmissionAllison SP 7-speed automatic with integral single speed transfer case
SuspensionParabolic tapered leaf springs (inverted on rear bogies), telescopic shock-absorbers and an anti-roll bar on rear bogie
Fuel&#;capacity litres

Operational
range

km
94 km/h

Steering
system

Power-assisted, front axle

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 Steyr 12M18 truck, but substantially modified to meet U.S. Army requirements, these including a minimum 50 percent U.S. content.[3][4]

There were originally 17 FMTV variants—four variants in the nominal U.S. ton payload class, designated Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV), and 13 variants with a nominal 5 U.S. ton payload rating, called Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV).[5]

Since the first FMTVs were fielded in January the family has been expanded and the overall design enhanced considerably. The FMTV was originally manufactured by Stewart and Stevenson (), then by Armor Holdings (), then by what is now BAE Systems Platforms & Services until It is currently manufactured by Oshkosh Corporation.[3] On 13 October the U.S. Army solicited proposals for the FMTV A2 rebuy competition.[6] On 7 February the U.S. Army announced the FMTV A2 contract had been awarded to Oshkosh Defense.[7]

Development and production history[edit]

FMTV's origins trace back to a U.S. Army TRAining and DOctrine Command (TRADOC) requirements document issued in for a Medium Tactical Truck (MTT), the intended replacement for the in-service ton truck. In July a program to look at a future 5-ton truck procurement to replace in-service and 5-ton trucks began. Cost analysis demonstrated that the procurement should be for both and 5-ton trucks, and in October FMTV formally began as a program. The Request For Proposals (RFP) for FMTV was released in At this time it was expected that around , trucks would be ordered over three five-year contracts.[3][8]

In October , the U.S. Army awarded contracts to Stewart & Stevenson, the Tactical Truck Corporation (a 50/50 joint venture between General Motors Military Vehicles and the BMY Wheeled Vehicle Division of the HARSCO Corporation), and TeledyneContinental Motors for 15 prototype vehicles each, these to be completed by January In October a five-year FMTV contract was awarded to Stewart & Stevenson. The initial contract order total was expected to be 20, vehicles, but this was reduced to 10, vehicles valued at USD billion. Some options were added and raised the total to 11, vehicles over what would be extended to 7 contract years. The first FMTVs were fielded in January [3][8]

In October Stewart & Stevenson was awarded the second FMTV contract, this for 8, trucks and 1, companion trailers and with a value of $ billion. Total quantities including options were 11, trucks and 2, trailers, delivered between September and October Trucks were the improved A1 model, with improvements including an uprated engine ( EPA compliant) and transmission, and the introduction of ABS. The first A1 models were fielded in July [3][8]

Stewart & Stevenson and Oshkosh Truck Corporation were awarded contracts in April for the Evaluation Phase (Phase 1) of the FMTV A1 Competitive Rebuy (FMTV A1 CR) program for the next FMTV production contract. Following trials and evaluation, in April the contract was awarded to Stewart & Stevenson. Production of the FMTV A1 CR (designated FMTV A1R) began in Q3 Improvements to A1R models were numerous and included a new EPA compliant Caterpillar C7 engine. A total of 21, FMTVs and companion trailers were built under the FMTV A1R contract award.[3]

In May , Stewart & Stevenson was acquired by Armor Holdings Inc.,[9] and in August , Armor Holdings was acquired by BAE Systems.[10]

The U.S. Army had intended that the Future Tactical Truck System (FTTS) with just two variants would eventually replace virtually all of its tactical wheeled vehicle fleet including the FMTV. FTTS never materialized, however along with inputs from other efforts it continues to be used to define requirements for future U.S. Army trucks.[3] With FTTS already faltering, BAE Systems was awarded a bridging contract in June for up to 10, FMTVs or trailers, the contract including an option (which was exercised) for 10, additional vehicles.[11]

In May BAE Systems, Navistar Defense and Oshkosh Defense each announced they had submitted proposals for the FMTV A1P2 competitive rebuy program to the U.S. Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Life Cycle Management Command. In August , the U.S. Army announced that Oshkosh Defense had been awarded the FMTV A1P2 rebuy production contract. The award was protested by both BAE Systems and Navistar.[12]

The FMTV A1P2 rebuy was awarded as a five-year 'build-to-print' requirements-type award that at award allowed the U.S. government to order from 0 up to 12, trucks and 10, trailers through to calendar year Some FMTV variants are excluded from the rebuy competition, those excluded include specialist FMTV variants such as HIMARS, Patriot, MEADS and LVAD, plus all the armored cabs developed by BAE Systems.[13]

According to the U.S. Army (in February ) all FMTV work with BAE Systems (minus a small number of armor B-kits) had concluded, BAE Systems and legacy companies having delivered around 74, FMTV trucks and trailers to the U.S. Army.[13]

U.S. budgetary projections of March suggested that due to funding constraints the FMTV program would be terminated in FY Under the FMTV contract orders could be placed until December , with first deliveries to commence within one year of that, with final deliveries one year later. Contract extensions have been made and the Justification and Approval (J&A) notice for the latest of these, which will extend the FMTV contract from 30 September to 25 August and will allow for the continued procurement of FMTV A1P2s, was released on 14 October One day earlier, on 13 October the U.S. Army solicited proposals for the FMTV A2 rebuy competition.[13]

On 11 January Israel's Ministry of Defense announced it would be acquiring FMTVs from Oshkosh in a contract valued at $ million. Deliveries are expected to start this year and conclude mid The MoD noted that additional orders are likely.[14] At this time Oshkosh confirmed that since deliveries started in , the company had received orders for over 24, FMTV trucks and 11, FMTV trailers.[15]

On 21 September Oshkosh announced that the U.S. Army had announced an administrative modification to the FMTV A1P2 requirements contract with the company, this to establish the eighth, ninth and tenth Order Years' pricing under the contract, at an estimated value of $ million. This administrative modification authorizes future orders under the FMTV A1P2 contract through August 25, This contract extension will close out production of the FMTV A1P2.[15]

On 21 September an order for 1, FMTVs at a value of $ million under Order Year 8 of the latest contract extension was announced.[15] On 27 September a further two Order Year 8 orders for a total of FMTVs valued at more than $36 million was announced, with Oshkosh also confirming that the company had delivered more than 36, FMTV trucks and trailers.[16] On 6 November Oshkosh announced the delivery of the 25,th FMTV truck to the US Army.[17] On 14 June Oshkosh announced that the U.S. Army Contracting Command had placed four additional orders for a total of FMTV A1P2s, valued at $ million.[18]

Oshkosh Defense announced on 27 February that the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) had placed orders with the company for a further FMTV A1P2 trucks and trailers at a value of $75 million. By February , Oshkosh had delivered more than 38, FMTVs since the award of the FMTV A1P2 contract.[19] On 28 June the US Department of Defence announced that Oshkosh had been awarded a $,, modification to domestic and Foreign Military Sales (Argentina, Djibouti, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania) contract W56HZVD for procurement of Family of Medium Tactical Vehicle variants. Estimated completion date is 24 August [20]

In August Oshkosh confirmed that the company had produced over 40, A1P2 trucks and trailers.[21]

FMTVs are currently being reset at the Red River Army Depot on return from deployed operations, and current projections are for a Recap (Recapitalization) program to commence in /

Technical description and variants[edit]

The ton (4x4) FMTV is designated as the Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV), while the 5-ton (6x6) is designated the Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV).[8]

The FMTV is based on the Austrian Steyr 12 M 18 (4x4) truck, but substantially modified to meet U.S. Army requirements that included a minimum 50% US content. The original 15 FMTV prototypes were assembled in Austria and while based on the 12 M 18 chassis-cab, were fitted with a number of US-supplied/specification components including a Caterpillardiesel engine, Allisonautomatic transmission and Meritor drive axles.[3][8]

In a move away from previous U.S. Army designs, a Cab Over Engine (COE) design was selected for the FMTV as while the US Army did not specify this configuration, given the Cold War situation prevailing at the time it had indicated that overall length for shipboard transport was a consideration.[13]

On a model-for-model basis the FMTV is around 3&#;ft. shorter than its bonneted predecessors, while retaining a C Hercules transport capability. Subject to load dimensions, all original FMTV variants are C transportable at GVWR and all models capable of being transported underslung by helicopter are fitted with a sliding outrigger system. Low Altitude Parachute Extraction System (LAPES), later revised to Low Velocity Air Drop (LVAD) variants of A0 production LMTV (M cargo) and MTV (M cargo and M dump) variants were produced.[13]

The chassis and cab of the FMTV feature extensive corrosion protection. It was the first truck to pass the U.S. Army's year accelerated corrosion test.[3][22]

The design of FMTV has never remained static and to further increase reliability, user friendliness and operational flexibility, detailed refinements/upgrades have continued throughout FMTVs production run.[8]

FMTV is built around a conventional bolted / huck-bolted, cold-formed C-section chassis with bolted-in tubular cross-members. The high-grade MPa steel used is sourced from Sweden. LMTV variants can be fitted with a DPJ winch with an 11,&#;lb. line pull. MTV variants use a DP winch with a 15,&#;lbs. line pull.[22]

Current production FMTV A1P2s are powered by a Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions compliant liter six-cylinder Caterpillar C7 diesel engine developing hp and Lb.-Ft. torque in LMTV variants and &#;hp and Lb-Ft.torque in MTV variants.[1][3] FMTV A1Rs have a EPA emissions compliant version of the same engine with the same power output. FMTV A1 variants have an earlier EPA emissions compliant version of this engine, the ATAAC which developed hp at rpm and Lb.-Ft.torque at rpm in LMTV variants and hp and Lb.-Ft.torque in MTV variants. A liter derivative of this engine, the ATAAC, was fitted to FMTV A0 models where it developed &#;hp and Lb.-Ft. torque in LMTV variants, and hp at rpm and Lb.-Ft. torque in MTV variants.[22]

The Allison SP seven-speed transmission[1] fitted to A1P2 and A1R FMTVs has also evolved with the FMTV, its A1 designation being MD PT, its A0 designation being MD-D7. This has an integral single-speed transfer case. All-wheel drive is full-time, with a 30/70 per cent front/rear torque split for on-road driving, and a 50/50 per cent split for off-road driving.

All FMTV models are fitted with Meritor beam axles, the ratings and specifications of which have also evolved as the FMTV has developed. Suspension is by a combination of parabolic tapered leaf springs (inverted on the MTV rear bogie), shock-absorbers, and an anti-roll bar for the rear axle/bogie;[22]

Two cargo trailers are part of the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV). The M single-axle trailer is used with the LMTV cargo truck and the M twin-axle trailer is use with the MTV cargo truck. Both trailers have payloads that match that of the towing truck, and they share many components (including axles) with the towing truck.[1][8]

Variants[edit]

(sequenced by U.S. Army M number)

  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - LMTV Cargo[5] NSN [23]
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - LMTV Cargo with winch[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - LMTV Van[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - LMTV Van with winch[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - LMTV Chassis m[5] NSN
  • M A0 - LMTV Cargo-airdrop LVAD
  • M A1/A1R/A1P2 - Trailer, LMTV cargo[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Cargo[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Cargo with winch[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Cargo with material handling equipment (MHE)[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2/RSV - MTV Cargo with MHE (HIMARS RSV)[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Cargo, Long Wheelbase Cargo (LWB)[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV LWB Cargo with winch[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV LWB Cargo w/ Sideboard Delete[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV LWB Cargo with MHE[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV LWB Cargo with MHE & winch[5] NSN
  • M A1R/A1P2 - MTV Expansible Van[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Tractor[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Tractor with winch[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV WreckerOshkosh-produced M have different recovery equipment[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1 - MTV Dump
  • M - MTV 1, gallon Fuel Tanker Type Classified but did not enter production[22]
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV Chassis m[5] NSN
  • M A0 - MTV Cargo-airdrop LVAD
  • M A0 - MTV Dump-airdrop LVAD
  • M A1/A1R/A1P2 - Trailer, MTV Cargo[5] NSN
  • M A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 - MTV LWB Chassis m[5] NSN
  • M A1/A1R HIMARS High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, launcher chassis
  • M LHS (palletized) Load Handling System Trailer[5] NSN
  • M A1R/A1P2 LHS (palletized) Load Handling System Truck, eight metric tonnes / ton[5] NSN
  • M A1R/A1P2 ton Dump[5] NSN
  • M A1R/A1P2 ton Dump with winch[5] NSN
  • XM ton MEADS air defence chassis ( m wheelbase )
  • Mongoose Mobile Launcher Chassis (MLC) (cancelled)
  • M A1P2 MTV ton chassis[5] NSN
MHE: material handling equipment
RSV: re-supply vehicle
LHS: load handling system
LWB: long wheelbase

Armored cabs and fully armored derivatives[edit]

Current and recent operational scenarios now call for logistic trucks of the FMTV type to at least have the option of cab armoring. When it entered production, armoring was not considered an option for the FMTV. The first protection solution for the FMTV was not in answer to such scenarios, but was developed by Stewart & Stevenson and O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company (OHE). Called the Crew Protected Cab, it was specifically for the HIMARS variant and offered flash and Foreign Object Debris (FOD) protection during launch. Designs followed for an Enhanced Crew Protected Cab, and later an Armor Protected Cab, each adding more ballistic capability against direct fire, artillery burst and mines.[8]

To meet emerging threats on deployed operations, in March DRS Technical Services was awarded a $ million contract to provide armor protection kits for the FMTV. A total of 1, kits are understood to have been produced in total. These kits were based around ballistic-protection panels installed on standard FMTV cabs.[24]

In answer to demands for greater crew protection, BAE Systems developed the Low Signature Armored Cab (LSAC) for all variants of the FMTV. The LSAC replaced the standard FMTV cab (with which it shares internals) in a remove and replace operation.[25]

To meet the US Army's current Long Term Armor Strategy (LTAS) for armored cabs, BAE Systems developed the LTAS cab for the FMTV. BAE Systems states that it produced over 9, LTAS cabs for the FMTV A1P2 variant. All Oshkosh FMTV vehicles include the company's own LTAS-compliant armor solution.[1]

LTAS is based around the A and B kit principles, this allowing for vehicles to be armored as required, and with the add-on applique package adaptable to prevailing threats and upgradeable as new armoring technologies emerge. The A-Kit, which includes a new cab, modifies the FMTV to allow the addition of armour; the B-Kit being the bulk of the armor itself.[26]

The Caiman Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle is based on the MTV A1R platform. The U.S. Marines placed an initial order with the then Armor Holdings for 1, Caiman in July In total 2, Caiman were ordered, with deliveries completed during November BAE Systems unveiled the Caiman MultiTerrain Vehicle (MTV) at AUSA in Winter The Caiman MTV is a modified version of the base Caiman that features a revised driveline, new chassis and upgraded fully independent suspension. BAE Systems received contracts to upgrade ( + ) Camian to Caiman MTV standard, these upgrades completed Q1/Q2 Post-Afghanistan no Caiman MRAPs have been retained by U.S. armed forces, although some have been transferred to U.S. law enforcement agencies. Others have been offered as Excess Defense Articles (EDA) to Iraq, Jordan, Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).[3]

BAE Systems unveiled the Caiman Light (CLT) in , a five-man 4x4 version of the Caiman. To meet the Iraqi Light Armored Vehicle Requirement (ILAV) BAE Systems offered a fully armored LMTV on which the LSAC cab was extended rearwards into a troop carrying body. Neither of these proposals entered production.[3]

Prototype and developmental FMTVs[edit]

  • Working with Multidrive an LMTV was integrated with a powered companion trailer to produce a C Hercules transportable vehicle with a 15,&#;kg payload.
  • The FMTV Hybrid Hydraulic Vehicle (HHV) was selected as the test platform for the development of a hybrid hydraulic propulsion system.
  • The FMTV was selected as the platform to demonstrate that a &#;mm M howitzer and prime mover could, for the first time, be deployed in the same C aircraft.
  • Stewart & Stevenson produced five hybrid electric FMTVs, each tailored for a specific application.
  • Stewart & Stevenson developed an ton FMTV A1 demonstrator to demonstrate the growth potential of the FMTV family and C4ISR integration potential, via technology insertions, while retaining maximum commonality with the current FMTV fleet. A second vehicle with a tilt-type loadbed was also developed as part of the aborted Future Tactical Truck System (FTTS) requirement. A ton demonstrator then followed.
  • Stewart & Stevenson developed a ton Medium Tactical Truck Demonstrator (MTTD) that incorporated many of the technologies and capabilities that the Army then envisioned for its future trucks.
  • A number of 8x8 FMTVs have also been developed, these including examples for Australia's Land (awarded to Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV)), a ton demonstrator with a load handling system, and a pair of chassis as part of the Future Tactical Truck System (FTTS) undertaking.
  • Oshkosh Corporation unveiled the FMTV Enhanced Protection & Mobility Demonstrator (EPMD) during The FMTV EPMD is fitted with Oshkosh's TAK-4 independent suspension system and a custom-fitted Oshkosh Underbody Improvement Kit (UIK).[27]
  • To help inform the U.S. Army's FMTV A2 acquisition strategy and performance upgrade requirements Nevada Automotive Test Center was awarded a contract in to manufacture and test two FMTV Technology Demonstrators. These are based on government-supplied M A1P2 ton Dump chassis produced by Oshkosh, but upgraded by NATC. Testing concluded in February

FMTV A2 requirement[edit]

Early in the U.S. Army's Program Executive Officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support (CS CSS) had suggested that the Army would be seeking a new medium truck family in the mids.[28] On 13 October the U.S. Army solicited proposals for the FMTV A2 rebuy competition.

The FMTV A2 request for proposals (RfP) stated the program would seek "to integrate higher capacity suspension, wheels, and tires; integrate underbody protection; increase engine power; integrate higher capacity alternator; integrate data bus upgrade; and integrate safety enhancements". The winner of the contract would be asked to integrate such upgrades; build the vehicles, trailers, and kits; and provide program, maintenance, and logistics support. According to the RfP, the FMTV A2 contract is expected to cover five ordering years with two additional one-year option periods for a potential total of 2, vehicles if all options are exercise.[6] In a subsequent statement, an Army spokesman said the RfP "includes an estimated quantity of approximately 2, new production vehicles. However, the actual quantities in any future award are undetermined and will depend on proposed pricing for this quantity, army requirements, and available funding."[29]

Oshkosh will build A2 FMTVs

Oshkosh announced on 8 May that the company had submitted a proposal in response to the RfP for the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) A2 production effort.[30] At this point, the U.S. Army anticipated a contract award announcement in the second quarter of fiscal year and stated that the next generation FMTV A2 would comprise 16 models and three trailers.[16]

The Army announced on 7 February that it had selected Oshkosh to build to FMTV A2. The initial estimated contract value is $ million with no cap on the number of vehicles the Army may purchase. The firm fixed price contract covers a five-year ordering period plus two additional one-year options. The estimated date of completion has previously been quoted as February Both Oshkosh and AM General submitted bids for the requirement.[7] Following the FMTV A2 award Oshkosh initially built and delivered vehicles in support of Production Verification Testing (PVT), Live Fire Testing (LFT) and logistics development.[13] In August , it was announced by Oshkosh that the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) had awarded the company a $ million delivery order for FMTV A2. The Army is expected to begin fielding the A2 FMTV variant in June [21]

FMTV A2 variants are:

  • MA2 LMTV cargo, CARGO
  • MA2 LMTV Van TRUCK, VAN
  • MA2 LMTV Chassis CHASSIS, TRUCK
  • M Trailer TRAILER, Cargo, LMTV
  • MA2 MTV Cargo TRUCK, CARGO
  • MA2 MTV Cargo with MHE TRUCK, CARGO
  • MA2 MTV Cargo LWB TRUCK, CARGO
  • MA2 MTV LWB Cargo with MHE TRUCK,
  • MA2 MTV Expansible Van TRUCK, VAN
  • MA2 MTV Tractor TRUCK TRACTOR
  • MA2 MTV Wrecker TRUCK, WRECKER
  • MA2 MTV Chassis CHASSIS, TRUCK
  • M Trailer TRAILER, Cargo, MTV XXXX-XX-
  • MA2 MTV LWB Chassis CHASSIS, TRUCK
  • M Trailer, LHST TRAILER, FMTV Load Handling
  • MA2 LHS Truck TRUCK, MATERIALS HANDLING CONTAINER HOISTING
  • MA2 10 Ton Dump TRUCK, DUMP XXXX-
  • MA2 10 Ton Dump with winch TRUCK, DUMP
  • MA2 10 Ton Dump Chassis CHASSIS,

Gallery[edit]

(Production FMTVs are presented in U.S. Army M number sequence)

  • M A1R (front), with an Oshkosh-produced M A1P2 in A-kit configuration immediately behind

  • Oshkosh-produced M A1P2 5-ton MTV cargo in A-kit configuration

  • At the Sealy, Texas production facility, a Stewart & Stevenson produced M A1R MTV Cargo with Crane

  • Oshkosh-produced M A1R MTV Expansible Van in A-kit configuration

  • At the Sealy Texas production facility, a Stewart & Stevenson produced M A1R MTV Tractor Truck

  • Republic of China (Taiwan) army BAE Systems-produced M FMTV tractor truck in the car park of Hukou Camp

  • Oshkosh-produced M A1P2 MTV wrecker in A-kit configuration

  • At Stewart & Stevenson's Sealy Texas production facility, a M A1R MTV trailer

  • At Stewart & Stevenson's Sealy Texas production facility, a M A1R MTV Long Wheelbase ( m) Chassis

  • Two Lockheed Martin/BAE Systems M High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) of the U.S. Marines

  • Stewart & Stevenson produced M A1R MTV LHS

  • Oshkosh-produced M A1P2 MTV ton Dump in B-kit configuration

  • Oshkosh's M A1P2 LTV-based Enhanced Protection & Mobility Demonstrator (EPMD)[27]

  • BAE Systems Caiman Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles in Iraq (Caiman is based on the FMTV)

Operators[edit]

Map with FMTV operators in blue

Specific details of FMTV export orders are seldom officially announced, with a large quantity of deliveries covered by assorted US Foreign Military Sales (FMS) awards. Djibouti, Lebanon and Romania were three countries listed as possible future recipients of FMTVs in a June US DoD FMS delivery announcement,[20] with Romania and Lebanon since confirmed.

  • &#;Afghanistan
  • &#;Argentina
  • &#;Canada
  • &#;Cameroon
    • Cameroon Army (2 x FMTV A1P2 6x6 in ; These were delivered under a USD million contract awarded in The order covers 1, FMTVs for Cameroon, Iraq, and Somalia, but does not say how many each country will receive)[3]
  • &#;Greece
  • &#;Djibouti
  • &#;Iraq
    • Iraqi Army (Deliveries will include trucks under a USD million contract awarded in The order covers 1, FMTVs for Cameroon, Iraq, and Somalia, but does not say how many each country will receive)[3])
  • &#;Israel
  • &#;Jordan
  • &#;Kenya
  • &#;Kuwait
  • &#;Lebanon
  • &#;New Zealand
  • &#;Poland
  • &#;Romania
  • &#;Saudi Arabia
  • &#;Singapore
  • &#;Somalia (A USD million contract was awarded to Oshkosh in that covers 1, FMTVs for Cameroon, Iraq, and Somalia. The award does not say how many each country will receive, and actual deliveries to Somalia are to be confirmed)[3]
  • &#;South Korea
  • &#;Taiwan
  • &#;Thailand
  • &#;Tunisia
  • &#;United Arab Emirates
  • &#;Uganda
  • &#;United States

(users of the FMTV-based CaimanMRAP are not included)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • US Army Weapon System Handbook (B&W), ISBN&#;
  • FMTV Trucks in Detail: M, M and M Variants & M Howitzer: Photo Manual for Modelers, ISBN&#;
  • Jane's Land Warfare Platforms — Logistics, Support & Unmanned, ISBN&#;
  • Jane's Land Warfare Platforms – Logistics, Support & Unmanned, ISBN&#;
  • Jane's Land Warfare Platforms: Logistics, Support & Unmanned –
  • Jane's Military Vehicles & Logistics –', ISBN&#;
  • Modern U.S. Military Vehicles by Fred Crismon, ISBN&#;
  • TM Operator's instructions Manual M Series, 2 1⁄2-ton, 4x4, Light Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTV)(PDF). US Dept. of the Army.
  • TM (PDF). (vol. 1 of 2) and TM (PDF). (vol. 2 of 2)
  • Operator's Instructions Manual M Series, 5-ton, 6x6, Medium Tactical Vehicles (MTV). US Dept. of the Army.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_of_Medium_Tactical_Vehicles

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1998 Stewart \u0026 Stevenson LMTV M1078 with Crane

Little, breathing often and recovering from the experience. Irishka, who is familiar in theory with the peculiarities of male orgasm, realized that Sergei had finished, and the realization of this moment caused her amazing. Delight, containing the very admiration and satisfaction of her significance.

He fucked me. And finished.

Now discussing:

I also want pleasure, I unfasten the monster and turn it over with the eggs forward, placing it on my husband's anus that is not yet completely closed. I press the eggs in the rubber scrotum without resistance, I dive inward, I press it, its further tight, it doesnt go all the same 6 cm is something, even mine the clenched fist is not much larger than the rubber structure.

I press and twist, feeling the surrendering resistance of the second sphincter, hurray slipped through, hubby yelped, before I could not do it, so he could just sit.



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