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A yes, the M1026. A real POS with a 60 amp alternator, armor that wasn't, with glass that actually was.

By the bumper number it belonged to HHC and was dedicated for the battalion 11H's with their TOW's.
 
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A yes, the M1026. A real POS with a 60 amp alternator, armor that wasn't, with glass that actually was.

By the bumper number it belonged to HHC and was dedicated for the battalion 11H's with their TOW's.
60A! That'll promote a bit of prioritisation of your platform services. Choose one of comms, lights, BV (did they even have one?)...
 
60A! That'll promote a bit of prioritisation of your platform services. Choose one of comms, lights, BV (did they even have one?)...
Yes, yes, but what I want to know is am I the only one here who noticed that the mirrors were missing? That's an automatic safety deadline circle X that only the company commander or battalion commander can override and let out of the motor pool let alone be dispatched.

But to answer your question, it's probably why they went to 100 amps later on and finally to the inevitable 200 amp. There were so many 60 amps that were quickly going bad that they probably figured it out after several million dollars worth of replacements.
 

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