Military Trucks - Go-Anywhere, Do-Anything Vehicles in Military Service
The military truck has been at the logistical heart of every combat action since the invention of the internal combustion engine and wheeled chassis.There are a total of 32 Military Trucks - Go-Anywhere, Do-Anything Vehicles in Military Service in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator.
The experimental Black Knight Transformer represents a unique concept in battlefield delivery - a VTOL-minded trans...
Roughly 9,000 Matador trucks were produced by AEC and fielded by the British Army during World War 2....
The Caiman MRAP was born from the U.S.-led War on Terror beginning after the events of September 11th, 2001....
The South African RG-33 MRAP is available in 4x4 and 6x6 wheeled configurations to suit operator requirements....
The Soviet-era BTR-152 Armored Personnel Carrier was not an outright success and eventually succeeded in service by...
Around 1,000 sWS helftracks were produced for the German Army before the end of World War 2....
As important as tanks, airplanes and ships were to the Allied war effort of World War 2, perhaps nothing was as imp...
The Dodge WC54 four-wheeled vehicle was the principle ambulance carrier for American military forces throughout the...
The FMTV was introduced in 1996 and represents a complete lineup of military-minded vehicles to suit various battle...
The Force Protection Buffalo H is one several Category 3 MRAP vehicles available to the United States military....
It was vehicles such as the Ford Burma Jeep that helped win World War 2 for the Allies....
The FWD Model B truck was taken on by the United States, Britain and Russia during the First World War and lived to...
The GMC CCKW 353 was produced in over 550,000 examples and made it into the inventories of multiple nations across ...
Over 20,000 DUKW amphibious vehicles were produced during World War 2 and exported beyond American use via Lend-Lea...
The compact and lightweight Iveco LMV has proven a market success with operators appearing all over the globe....
Vehicles such as the M530 usually do not receive the recognition they deserve for the seemingly menial roles they p...
Kaiser Jeep of Toledo, Ohio, produced some 33,000 of its M715 and derivative utility vehicles over a two-year span....
The M35 military truck has seen decades of service with the United States Army and others worldwide....
Nearly 15,300 M561 Gamma Goats were produced for the United States military during the 1960s....
The Daimler M915A5 6x4 military tractor series is a multi-purpose utility heavy hauler....
The M939 Truck saw production from 1982 to 1989 and has revealed a plethora of useful haulers in service since....
Several hundred thousand Mercedes UNIMOG utility trucks have been produced since the late 1940s....
The Opel Blitz series of 3-ton trucks proved the true backbone of German military strength in World War 2....
The Oshkosh MTVR military truck has entered service with the United States Navy and Marines - replacing the M939 se...
The Paramount Maverick is another in a long line of new armored vehicles by the South African company of Paramount ...
Production of the large Putilov-Garford armored vehicle reached some 48 units in all during the fighting of World W...
Requiring the services of a light-class half-track, several German manufacturers produced the SfKfz 10 series for W...
The Germans in World War 2 made use of several major half-track designs including the SdKfz 11 line which appeared ...
The US6 was another 2.5-ton military truck originating in the United States during World War 2 with production mana...
The Technical has evolved much from the days of World War 1 and is heavily relied upon by irregular fighting forces...
The Ural-43206 has been a Russian Army staple since the days of the Cold War and serves in the light cargo-hauling ...