The Oshkosh M1070, in A0 and A1 configurations, is the U.S. Army's current tank transporter tractor. In service the M1070 is coupled to a DRS Technologies M1000 semi-trailer. The primary purpose of this combination is the transport of the M1 Abrams tank.
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.