Oshkosh Corporation, formerly Oshkosh Truck, is an American industrial company that designs and builds specialty trucks, military vehicles, truck bodies, airport fire apparatus and access equipment. The corporation also owns Pierce Mfg., one of North America's most popular fire apparatus manufacturers. Based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the company employs 12,000 people around the world. It is organized in four primary business groups: access equipment, defense, fire and emergency, and commercial.
Shown at DSEi 2017, a JLTV in British Army green and fitted with UK-specific equipment.
A production standard USMC JLTV in General Purpose (GP) configuration, this example fitted with a deep fording kit and tire chains.
Oshkosh M977A4 HEMTT with A-kit armored cab.
Oshkosh M983A4 HEMTT LET with A-kit armored cab.
Oshkosh M1120A4 HEMTT LHS with B-kit armored cab.
Oshkosh M978A4 HEMTT tanker with B-kit armored cab.
Oshkosh M984A4 HEMTT wrecker with B-kit armored cab.
Oshkosh M1070A0 tractor, M1000 semi-trailer and M88 ARV payload.
Oshkosh M1070A0 HET and DRS M1000 semi-trailer; payload is an M60 Patton tank
An Iraqi MiG-25RB Foxbat-B found buried under the sand west of Baghdad
Oshkosh M1070A0 HET. Production commenced in 1992 and deliveries ran until March 2003; 2488 M1070A0 were delivered
Oshkosh M1070A1 HET and DRS M1000 semi-trailer; payload is an M2 Bradley IFV.
The newly activated 721st Transportation Company (Heavy Equipment Transporter), 228th Transportation Battalion (Motor Transport), 213th Regional Support Group, Pennsylvania National Guard's vehicles are delivered to Fort Indiantown Gap in June.
Oshkosh Defense unveiled the Global HET in 2008.
British Army M1070F and King GTS 110/7 semi-trailer.
Oshkosh LVSR MKR18 cargo with unarmored (A-kit) cab
Oshkosh LVSR MKR16 tractor with unarmored (A-kit) cab
Oshkosh LVSR MKR15 wrecker with unarmored (A-kit) cab
MKR18 cargo variant of the LVSR (with B-kit armor fitted); the load is a mobile trauma center
Photographed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, a MKR18 cargo variant of the LVSR with B-kit armor fitted
Photographed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, this MK18 LVSR cargo variant is towing a M1076 PLST
Photographed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, a MK16 LVSR tractor truck variant
MKR18 cargo variant of the LVSR (without B-kit armor fitted)
LVSR has replaced the earlier LVS (shown) in service with the U.S. Marines
PLS M1075A0 truck laden with Engineer Mission Modules (EMM); M5 Concrete Mobile Mixer (EMM-CMM) on the truck, and M6 Dump Body (EMM-DB) on the M1076 trailer
An early Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS truck
Oshkosh M1074A1 Palletized Load System (PLS) truck in B-kit configuration and with an Oshkosh Container Handling Unit (CHU)
Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS with Oshkosh CHU
Rear tridem and LHS detail of M1075A0 PLS
Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS truck showing the LHS and CHU
Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS with the current E-CHU
Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS truck fitted with the Armor Holdings developed protection package
Oshkosh M1075A0 PLS truck with M1076 PLS trailer (Armor Holdings developed protection package)
Oshkosh M1075A1 PLS with armored cab (A-kit); the truck behind is B-kit - unarmored
HEMTT M978A2 9,500 liter capacity fuel tanker with standard unarmored cab
An early promotional image of a HEMTT and trailer; payload are MLRS reloads
HEMTT M977A2 of Taiwan's armed forces
HEMTT M1977A2 CBTs with standard unarmored cab
Designation for standard cargo 4.674 m wheelbase MTVRs is MK23 or MK25 (with winch). This MK23/MK25, on which the Oshkosh TAK-4 independent coil-spring suspension is clearly visible, is fitted with an armored cab
Prior to development of an official armor kit for the MTVR in 2003, MTVRs were fitted with a variety of interim armor solutions
Development of a protection kit for the MTVR commenced in 2003, with the first production contract awarded in 2004
Designation for extended cargo 5.486 m wheelbase MTVRs is MK27 or MK28 (with winch). This MK27/MK28 is fitted with a standard unarmored cab
Designation for dump truck MTVRs is MK29 or MK30 (with winch). This MK29/MK30 is fitted with an armored cab
MTVR MK31 tractor with an armored cab
Designation for the wrecker MTVR variant is MK36, this example fitted with an armored cab
The MK28C MTVR is a variant of the MK28. Interchangeable commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) - or modified COTS - bodies are fitted to MK28C chassis as field circumstances dictate. This example has an armored cab and is equipped with mine rollers
In 2003 the UK became the first export customer for the MTVR, ordering 218 Close Support Tankers (CSTs) (fuel); 82 Tactical Aircraft Refuellers (TARs (shown here)) and 48 CSTs (water); a contract option for an additional nine CST (water) has been exercised
MTVR MAS Pretendo
Palletized load system
A logistics vehicle system replacement deployed with 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward), traverse through the desert of Marjah District, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Jan. 11, 2011. 8th ESB Marines provide engineering support for coalition forces throughout the province in support of the International Security Assistance Force.
Marines of 8th Engineer Support Battalion (ESB), 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward), unload pallets of bridge components during a bridging operation in Garmser district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, January 14, 2011. 8th ESB Marines provide engineering support for coalition forces throughout the province in support of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sergeant Brandon M. Owen/Released)
U.S. Marines with Engineer Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, remove a medium girder bridge (MGB) in Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 29, 2013. The MGB was removed due to its unsafe condition. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. William M. Kresse / Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Andre Powell, a heavy equipment operator with Marine Wing Support Squadron (MWSS) 373, sets a 3d Marine Aircraft Wing Combat Camera Tactical Imagery Production System (TIPS) onto a Logistics Vehicle System Replacement (LVSR) with a KALMAR RT240 for transport to a KC-130 during Loading Exercise (LOADEX) 2015 aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, San Diego, Nov. 20, 2015. The LOADEX provided the opportunity to develop 3d Marine Aircraft Wing Combat Camera Standard Operating Procedures to ensure TIPS air transport readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Nathaniel Castillo/Released)
TerraMax Op control unit
M-ATV with TerraMax
M-ATV with TerraMax callouts desert
TerraMax 2 hr
Oshkosh p19r 0358
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Oshkosh-produced M1089 A1P2 MTV wrecker in A-kit configuration
The first use of TAK-4 independent suspension system was on an M939 5-ton truck as part of the Marines’ plan to upgrade its M939 fleet.
Oshkosh’s MTVR is fitted with TAK-4 independent suspension and was the first mass-produced military truck with fully independent suspension.
Oshkosh’s TAK-4 independent suspension system is an option on the Pierce Arrow (F), Enforcer (F), Impel (F/R), Dash CF (F/R), Velocity (F/R) and Quantum (F/R) custom chassis.
Oshkosh's MRAP – All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) is fitted with TAK-4 independent suspension. About 10,000 M-ATVs have been built to date .
The front axle pair of Oshkosh's [[Oshkosh Logistic Vehicle System Replacement(LVSR) 2022 are fitted with TAK-4, the rear axles are hydropneumatic struts with Hendrickson International components.
Oshkosh's Striker range of specialized Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicles are fitted with TAK-4 independent suspension
Oshkosh’s TAK-4 independent suspension system is an option on the front or rear axles of the Pierce Dash
Oshkosh's TAK-4 independent suspension system has been retro-fitted to US Army/Marines MRAPs including the General Dynamics/Force Protection Cougar.
A single example of the British Army's Ridgback MRAP (UK-specific version of Cougar) has been fitted with Oshkosh's TAK-4 independent suspension for evaluation
TAK-4 independent suspension system is a family of independent suspension systems designed and manufactured by Oshkosh Corporation for use on military, severe-duty and emergency vehicles.
The latest TAK-4i intelligent independent suspension system has been fitted to Oshkosh’s L-ATV, this selected to meet the US Army and Marines JLTV requirement.