When it entered army service in 1985, AM General's high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle-better known as the Humvee-quickly assumed the status the World War II jeep enjoyed among an earlier generation of soldiers. Humvee at War showcases this iconic vehicle in the many roles and configurations it has taken on over the years-ambulance, troop transport, and armament carrier among them.
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Michael Green is a freelance writer, researcher, and photographer who specializes in military, transportation, and law enforcement subjects with more than ninety books to his credit. In addition, he has written numerous articles for a variety of national and international military-related magazines.Review:
Military Vehicles Magazine, December 2006“Humvee at War showcases the iconic vehicle of the Gulf Wars in the many roles and configurations it has taken over the years...The photos are bright, clear, and up-to-date. The writing is engaging. This is a very fine book for anyone with and interest in the HMMWV. The quality of the publishing, writing, and photography, along with the inclusion of an index make this a worthwhile addition to the advanced MV library.”
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