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  • Autocar U8144T 5- to 6-ton 4x4 truck


    The Autocar Model U8144T, officially "5- to 6-Ton, 4 x 4, Ponton Tractor Truck", (supply catalog no. G511) was the largest, and most heavy-duty, of a family of heavy four wheel drive trucks developed for, and deployed primarily with, the United States Army in World War II. They were of a cab over engine (COE) design, and produced by the Autocar Company from 1941 to 1945 with 2,711 being built. The U8144 had a similar chassis, with van bodies by York-Hoover — 607 were built for use of the SCR-270 early warning radar system by the U.S. Signal Corps. As part of the same family, over 11,000 of the U7144-T, and some 2,750 of the virtually identical White 444T were built to serve as rear area, four-wheel drive, tractor trucks to haul semi-trailers, ranging from flatbed to communications vans.

  • M422 Mighty Mite


    The M422 'Mighty Mite' is a lightweight ¼-ton 4x4 tactical truck, suitable for airlifting and manhandling. From 1959-1962, the Mighty Mite was built by American Motors for the United States Marine Corps.

  • Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle


    Unloading a LSSV Silverado & trailer, Yokota Air Base, Japan The Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle or CUCV/LSSV (CUCV ) is a vehicle program instituted to provide the United States military with light utility vehicles based on civilian trucks.

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