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Marines in Falluja point out blast marks on their Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAPs) to media during a visit by Defense Secretary Robert Gates to Camp Falluja in Iraq's Anbar province in this April 19, 2007 file photo. Pentagon spokesmen said Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2007, that while defense officials still believe contractors will build about 3,900 of the vehicles by year's end, it will take longer for the military to fully equip them and ship them to Iraq. (AP Photo/Lolita Baldor, File)

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Speaking of MRAPs, I saw this vehicle heading north on I-95 a week ago...





I have learned from my prior road trips to have my camera ready...

Anyone know which brand of MRAP it is? I havent been able to keep track of them...

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The top vehicle is not the same as the bottom two.

From sculking websites, defence magazines and the net, I know International Harvester is making mine-proofed vehicles. Theirs have a very distinctive nose which is not obvious to me in either photo.
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Its new to me as well and I also thought I had a handle on all of them...

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.....Anyone know which brand of MRAP it is? I havent been able to keep track of them...

Neil


At first I thought it looked like this one......



However on closer inspection, they are different.

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Here's a picture of the International. They no longer use the name International Harvester. "International Truck & Engine Corp" is a division of "Navistar". I think they got out of the tractor business.



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Remember, MRAP is an acronym for a class of vehicles, much like APC. It is not a specific vehicle.

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Rob, so have they assigned model numbers to these or nomenclatures?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 6:21 pm
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... I know International Harvester is making mine-proofed vehicles.


Old-fashioned thinking. My mind must still on the farm.
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Rob, so have they assigned model numbers to these or nomenclatures?


These things are purchased in such a variety and with so many different mods added on an almost daily basis that the nonemclature could almost be along the lines of M23rdAugust2007 Wink

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Must be hard to order parts if there are so many different types.

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More MRAP pictures - although the one I saw doesnt seem to be in it:

www.defenselink.mil/ph...=2&Count=5

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Ah, apparently the MRAP I saw last summer was the "Rock" built by Granite Tactical Vehicles.

www.granitetacticalveh.../4x4MB.htm

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:56 pm
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Hello from Texas,
The bottom photo show a Dingo 2. I did not even know it was in the running.
They are used by the Germans and Austrian and I belive the Dutch have placed an order.

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