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HMMWV Cargo/Troop Carrier
|First Produced/Service Dates:||1983|
|Armament:||Usually None. However, various weapons can be fitted if needed. These include the 5.56mm M249 SAW Machine Gun, 7.62mm M60 MG, 7.62mm M240 MG, M2HB .50 Cal Heavy MG and 40mm Mod 3 MK 19 Automatic Grenade Launcher.|
|Engine:||8 Cylinder Diesel or Turbo-Diesel|
|Miscellaneous Info:||The M998 version of the HMMWV was the first variant to go into production and be used by the US Military. The M1038 variant is virtually identical as the base M998 vehicle, except it is also equipped with a winch.|
|Data Sheet Available:||M998A2 HMMWV Informational Brochure (AM General)|
|40mm (MK 19) Automatic Grenade Launcher Detail Photos||John Charvat - Yukon, Oklahoma USA|
|M998 HMMWV Cargo/Troop Carrier Photos||John Charvat|
|M998 HMMWV Cargo/Troop Carrier Photos (Refurbished Vehicle by AM General)||Patrick Keenan - Editor|
M998 HMMWV with ASK
"ASK" is the acroynm for the add-on armor suite called "Armor Suvivability Kit" that was developed and manufactured by the US Military. This armor protection preceded "HArd" armor protection.
M998 HMMWV with ASK
and "Hillbilly" Armor
"Hillbilly" Armor is the informal term for field/shop mounted applicque armor protection.
M998 HMMWV with HaRD kit
"HArd" is the acroynm for the add-on armor suite called "HMMWV Armored Demountable" that was manufactured by the O'Gara-Hess Eisenhard Company. This armor protection succeeded "ASK" armor protection. This vehicle also "sports" an Airco external air-conditioning unit.
M998 HMMWV Cargo/Troop Carrier
(with MRC Hard Top) Photos
This vehicle is fitted with the Amtech Corporation's Mobile Radio Communications (MRC) Hard Top. However, this hard top conversion is routinely used on other Humvees besides communications vehicles.
M998 HMMWV Cargo/Troop "Hard
Top" Carrier & Fitted with ASK Protection Photos
Same as the "straight" Hardtop, except fitted with Armor Survivability Kit (ASK) Protection.
|M998 HMMWV 2-Door "Soft Top" Cargo/Troop Carrier Photos||Joel Gewirtz - Northbrook, Illnois USA|
|M998 HMMWV 2-Door "Soft Top" Cargo/Troop Carrier Photos||Joel Gewirtz|
|Moroccan M998 HMMWV 2-Door "Soft Top" Cargo/Troop Carrier||Dave Haugh - Content Editor|
|Moroccan M998 HMMWV with ZU-23-2 23mm AA Gun||Dave Haugh|
|HMMWV In Scale||Website|
|HMMWV Vehicle Variant Listing||Global Security.org Website|
|IDF HMMWV Photos and Information||Tsahal Miniatures Website|
|"Up-Armored Heavy Hummer Variant (HHV) Ballistic Protection Configuration" By David Haugh||Armored Car - The Wheeled Fighting Vehicle Journal (Issue #2)|
|Armored Car- A History of American Wheeled Combat Vehicles||R.J. Hunnicutt|
|Encyclopedia of Modern U.S. Military Tactical Vehicles (Tankograd Publications)||Carl Schulze|
|"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|
|High Mobility: A Visual History of the US Army's Modern High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle - Part 1 (Ampersand Group, Inc.)||David Doyle|
|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|
|Iraq Insurgency: US Army Armored Vehicles In Action: Part 1 (Concord Publications)||Carl Schulze|
ISAF Vehicles in
Afghanistan: 2007 (Kabul and Kandahar Areas) - Mushroom Model
Book Review by Patrick Keenan
|M998 HMMWV In Detail||Wings & Wheels|
|UNITAF In Somalia: Vehicles of Restore Hope Forces - Concord Publications||Barry Beldam|
|US Army HMMWV's In Iraq (Concord Publications)||Carl Schulze and Ralph Zwilling|
|US Military Wheeled Vehicles (Concord Publications)||Michael Green and Greg Stewart|
|U.S. Military Wheeled Vehicles||Fred W. Crismon|
|War Machines #7: M998 Hummer||Verlinden Publications|
Kits and Accessories
For a complete list of modeling products, go to the HMMWV Vehicle Index Page.
|HMMWV Model Collection (1/35)||Roy Kinsella - Dublin, Ireland|