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M966/M1036 HMMWV

TOW Missile Carrier 



Country of Origin/Used by: USA
First Produced/Service Dates: 1983
Manufactured by: AM General
Crew: 4
Armament: Main: TOW Anti-Tank Missile System; (6 Spares Inside Vehicle)
Engine: 8 Cylinder Diesel.
Miscellaneous Info: Similar to the basic M998 HMMWV Armament Carrier, but with a different weapon mounted. Similar vehicles are the M1036 TOW Carrier (with basic armor and winch), M1045 (with supplemental armor) as well as M1046 (with Supplemental Armor and Winch).  The present in-service HMMWV with similar armament is the M1167 Expanded Capacity TOW Missile ITAS Carrier.
Data Sheet Available:   None Available


Reference Source/Provider
M966 HMMWV TOW Carrier Photos Patrick Keenan - Editor
M966 HMMWV TOW Carrier Photos John Charvat - Yukon, Oklahoma USA
M1036 HMMWV TOW Carrier (with Winch) Photos John Charvat

References Available


Reference Source/Provider
HMMWV In Scale  
HMMWV Vehicle Variant Listing Global-Security.org
M966 HMMWV with TOW Photos and Information Global-Security.org
M996 HMMWV with TOW Photos Prime Portal
"Up-Armored Heavy Hummer Variant (HHV) Ballistic Protection Configuration" By David Haugh Armored Car - The Wheeled Fighting Vehicle Journal (Issue #2)


Reference Author
Armored Car- A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles R.J. Hunnicutt
"From XR311 to Hummer: The US Army's Largest Ever Contract For Tactical Wheeled Vehicles" Wheels & Tracks: The International Review of Military Vehicles - Issue #4
HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army Concord Publications
Hummer In Action Jim Mesko
"Hummer Update: The Hummer Humvee Family Has Firmly Established Itself " Wheels & Tracks: The International Review of Military Vehicles - Issue #38
M998 HMMWV In Detail Wings & Wheels
U.S. Military Wheeled Vehicles Fred W. Crismon
War Machines #7: M998 Hummer Verlinden Publications

Hobby Modeling

Kits and Accessories

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Model Photos

Reference Source/Provider
HMMWV Model Collection (1/35) Roy Kinsella - Dublin, Ireland