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HMMWV M1114 UAH (Up-Armored Humvee)


Up-Armored HMMWV Armament Carrier Vehicle (1994)


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The M1114 became an up-armored version of the base Humvee, providing for better crew protection throughout.



Authored By: Staff Writer | Last Edited: 03/21/2021 | Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com | The following text is exclusive to this site.
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The M1114 UAH (Up-Armored Humvee) was a purpose-built version of the Humvee family line intended to provide better protection for crew and systems alike. Based on the successes of the up-armored M1109 HMMWV vehicle, the M1114 featured a revised armor allocation with protection from various points across the base HMMWV design. The M1109 was debuted in May of 1994 and saw action in Somalia, Haiti and Bosnia. The M1114 was designed at built to fulfill a US Army request for a similar purpose-built vehicle based on the M1113 ECH Humvee model. AM General provided the basic Humvee frame while armor allocation was handled by the experts at O'Gara-Hess Eisenhardt. The prototype emerged as the XM1114.

The XM1114 underwent a series of ballistics trials to test the validity of the concept beginning in September of 1995. Armor was integrated into the existing Humvee frame and consisted of welded aluminum, composite and steel. Basic armor protection allowed for the stoppage of 7.62mm ammunition from up to 100 yards away. The forward-underside of the vehicle could withstand a blast from a 12-lb mine while the rear of the vehicle could withstand up to a 4-lb mine blast. Additionally, all-around protection allowed the vehicle and crew to survive fragmentation blasts from a 155mm artillery piece. While the exterior received attention, the interior was also revised to feature fragmentation-defeating armor should any munitions penetrate into the cabin. Experimental XM114 vehicles found their way into live-fire tests in Bosnia-Herzegovina in December of 1995. The first production M1114 UAH was made available in January of 1996.

The M1114 featured a 360-degree traversable weapon ring mount for fitting an array of approved weapon systems. This could include the Browning M2HB .50 caliber machine gun, the M240 or M60 7.62mm general purpose machine guns, the M249 5.56mm SAW or the Mk 19 Mod 3 40mm automatic grenade launcher. Additionally, it was possible - albeit more rare - to see an M1114 fitting the M134 6-barreled minigun or GAU-19/A 3-barreled Gatling gun. Early M1114 deliveries offered little in the way of protection to the weapon operator and thusly, later M1114 systems fitted a more helpful forward-facing armor shield kit courtesy of O'Gara-Hess Eisenhardt. A revised and improved three-sided armor kit was made available in 2004. All early M1114 systems had this revised armor protection system retrofitted.

The M114 has since proven ultimately helpful in the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan where the vehicle can face attack from a variety of weapons and munitions from any direction at any given moment - leaving many of her crew the chance to fight another day even when the M1114 they're in is listed as a total loss.

Specifications



Service Year
1994

Origin
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United States

Status
ACTIVE
In Active Service.
Crew
1
CREWMEN
Production
30,000
UNITS


AM General / O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company - USA
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(OPERATORS list includes past, present, and future operators when applicable)
Armored Car
Design, of typically lightweight nature, providing onroad/offroad capabilities for the scouting or general security roles.
Utility
General utility-minded design to accomplish a variety of battlefield tasks, typically in a non-direct-combat fashion.
Special Purpose
Special purpose design developed to accomplish an equally-special battlefield role or roles.


Wheeled Arrangement
Wheeled arrangement gives this system an inherent road-running capability, enhancing mobility.
Enhanced Armor Protection
Protection is enhanced by way of additional armor being installed over that of standard levels; plate steel for older designs and reactive armor for modern types.
Nightvision
Crew has access to night-vision equipment, allowing for low-light or night time operations.
Troop Carrier
Vehicle (or its variants) has an inherent troop-carrying capability, providing protected cover for embarked allies in contested areas.
Versatility
Vehicle's proven running gear and overall makeup lends itself well to fulfill other battlefield roles by way of specialized designs.


Length
16.4 ft
4.99 m
Width
7.5 ft
2.3 m
Height
6.2 ft
1.9 m
Weight
12,101 lb
5,489 kg
Tonnage
6.1 tons
LIGHT
(Showcased structural values pertain to the base HMMWV M1114 UAH (Up-Armored Humvee) production variant. Length typically includes main gun in forward position if applicable to the design)
Powerplant: 1 x 6.5 liter V-8 turbocharged diesel-fueled engine developing 190 horsepower at 3,400rpm driving conventional wheeled arrangement.
Speed
77.7 mph
(125.0 kph)
Range
275.3 mi
(443.0 km)
(Showcased performance specifications pertain to the base HMMWV M1114 UAH (Up-Armored Humvee) production variant. Compare this entry against any other in our database)
Typical:
1 x 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun (HMG).

Other armament configurations include:
1 x 5.56mm M249 SAW (Squad Assault Weapon).
1 x 7.62mm M60 General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG).
1 x 7.62mm M240 GPMG.
1 x 7.62mm M134 6-barreled minigun.
1 x 12.7mm GAU-19/A 3-barreled Gatling-type gun.
1 x 40mm Mk 19 Mod 3 Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL).


Supported Types


Graphical image of a tank medium machine gun
Graphical image of a tank heavy machine gun
Graphical image of a tank Gatling-style rotating gun
Graphical image of infantry-level automatic grenade launcher


(Not all weapon types may be represented in the showcase above)
Dependent Upon Armament Fit; 1,000 x 12.7mm ammunition


M1097A2 HHV - Revised Armor Protection over base Humvee variants.
XM1109 UAH - "Up-Armored Humvee" HMMWV; Humvee production by AM General, armoring by O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt; rotating ring weapon mount.
M11109 UAH - Production Designation of XM1109 UAH; at least 175 examples produced.
XM1114 UAH - "Up-Armored Humvee" HMMWV based on th M1113 ECH model; revised and improved armor protection.
M1114 UAH - Production Designation of XM1114 UAH.
M1116 - USAF base security HMMWV based on the M1114 UAH; beginning service in 1998.


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