Today in WW II: 27 Sep 1939 Siege of Warsaw ends with surrender of Polish forces to Germany, although pockets of resistance remain throughout Poland.  More 
27 Sep 1940 Germany, Italy and Japan sign Tripartite Pact.
27 Sep 1941 SS Patrick Henry, the first Liberty Ship, launched by Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard in Baltimore, MD.
27 Sep 1943 Airfields near Foggia, on the east coast of Italy, captured by British, giving Allied air power the base to hit targets in France, Germany and the Balkans.
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M-1090 or M1090A1 5 ton Medium Tactical Vehicle Dump Truck

The M-1090 or M1090A1 5 ton Dump Truck is a member of the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV), providing tactical unit mobility and logistics for the U.S. Army and the other military services.

Curb Weight 22,178 lb 10,060 kg
Length 286 in 7,266 mm
Width 96 in 2,438 mm
Oper. Height 119 in 3,030 mm
Air Trans. Height 105.5 in 2,680 mm
Wheelbase 161 in 4,100 mm
Range (Min. Gr. Wt.) 300+ mi 483+ km
Approach Angle 40
Departure Angle 44
Payload 10,000 lb 4,536 kg (5 cu yd)
Towed Load 21,000 lb 9,596 kg

M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck
M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck

M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck from 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 577 Engineer Bn., 1st Engineer Brigade, US Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck from 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 577 Engineer Bn., 1st Engineer Brigade, US Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck from 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 577 Engineer Bn., 1st Engineer Brigade, US Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
M1090 or M1090A1 5 ton FMTV Dump Truck from 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 577 Engineer Bn., 1st Engineer Brigade, US Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

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