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Other Vehicles

French Panhard

French Panhard

This Panhard was specifically defined for the Iraq government and mounts the HOT anti-armor missile system. Our example was captured during the Iraq war.

GMC CCKW

GMC CCKW

Most commonly known as the "deuce and a half" or "Jimmy" the 2 1/2 ton 6x6 U.S. Army cargo truck was arguably one of the more important pieces of equipment during World War II.

HMMWV Prototype

HMMWV Prototype

This rare “Humvee” prototype was submitted for testing to the Army by the Teledyne Continental Company.

M274A2 "Mechanical Mule"

M274A2

The U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum's M274 A2 Mechanical Mule was manufactured in 1967 and came from Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow in California. The nomenclature for this vehicle is: “Truck, Platform, Utility, 1/2 ton 4x4” or "Carrier, Light Weapons, Infantry, half ton 4x4”. It is also known as the "Military Mule".

M3A1 Half Track

M3A1 Half Track

One of the many iconic vehicles in our collection at the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum is our M3A1 half track.

M8 Armored Car

M8 Armored Car

The U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum's M8 Armored Car is one of about 8,500 produced by Ford Motor Company in St Paul, MN. It is equipped with a rear mounted Hercules 6 cylinder engine.

Merci Train 40 & 8 Boxcar

Merci Train 40 & 8 Boxcar

The Merci Train, also known as the French Gratitude Train or the Forty and Eight, was the French response to the U.S. friendship train.

Russian BTR152

Russian BTR152

The U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum’s Russian BTR 152 armored car, was captured in the 1967 Arab Israeli War. This particular vehicle was used by the Israelis until the 1980s when it was declared surplus.

SeaBee Bulldozer

SeaBee Bulldozer

The U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum is proud to pay tribute to the men and women of the United States Navy's Construction Battalion, or "Seabees" with our Caterpillar D6. This particular example was produced in 1962 (a Vietnam war era veteran) and was previously on display at Seabee unit NMCB24 near Redstone arsenal until they were the decomissioned.

U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum
2060A Airport Road • Huntsville AL 35801
(256) 883-3737
info@memorialmuseum.org