HMMWV M-998 and Other Models
The High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV, pronounced hum-vee) has replaced jeeps and light trucks for most tactical missions and roles in the U.S. military. The many models and other details of the HMMWV family of vehicles are covered in depth in the Olive-Drab.com section All About the HMMWV.
See also HMMWV Ambulance photo page.
HMMWV fording water.
Today in WW II: 12 Jul 1943 Tank battle at Prokhorovka, during the Battle of Kursk, greatest tank battle of WW II, unsurpassed until Operation Desert Storm in 1992.
High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) M998 and Other Models
Find additional photos and hi-res versions of the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) at the Olive-Drab Military Mashup.
HMMWV Photo Gallery
2ACR HMMWV in Bosnia, 1998
Mark Blair, his father and recently acquired USMC HMMWV (Dec 1999). Photo courtesy of Mark J. Blair.
M-1025 HMMWV. With winch this would be an M-1026. Thanks to Herman Lamb for correct ID.
HMMWVs staged for shipping in Southwest Asia.
Tracked HMMWV. Photo courtesy of Darryl Bauman.
Israel Defense Forces HMMWV, Golan Heights, 2002.
Hardtop HMMWV, U.S. Army Reserve Center, Dallas, TX area, July 2005. Photo courtesy Bob Pettit.