I can answer questions pertaining to military HMMWVs. I can also answer questions on other military trucks to include M35A2, M800 5tons,M900 5tons, M916 CUCV, HEMMT, M113A2, M113A3 and miscellanous ground support equipment. I cannot answer questions about civilian Hummers; they are very different from their military counterparts.
I have been a mechanic in the military for 16 years.
US Army Ordinance Corps
63Y Track vehicle mechanic school, 63B wheel vehicle mechanic school, 62B construction equipment mechanic school, Warrant Officer Basic Course.
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