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M656
Ford M656 5-ton truck c1965.jpg
The XM656 prototype
Overview
Type5-ton 8x8 cargo truck
ManufacturerFord
Production1968-1969
Assembly United States
Body and chassis
RelatedM757, M791
Powertrain
EngineContinental LDS-465-2 multifuel engine
Dimensions
Length278 inches (M656 & M757), 314 inches (M791)

The M656 is a 5-ton 8x8 U.S. military heavy cargo truck. It was a 5-ton truck in April 1966 and was used with the Pershing 1a missile. [1]

Development

The M656 vehicles evolved from the XM543E2 program. The testing program ended in 1964.

Variants

  • XM656- Prototype M656
  • XM757- Prototype M757
  • XM791- Prototype M791
  • M656- Cargo version used to carry the Pershing 1a missile Programmer Test Station and Power Station[2]
  • M757- Tractor used to tow M790 Pershing 1a missile erector launcher[3]
  • M791- Van version used for the Pershing 1a Battery Control Central[4]

References

  1. ^ Doyle, David (2003). "G-852 M656 Family". Standard Catalog of U.S. Military Vehicles. Krause. pp. 189–192. ISBN 0-87349-508-X.
  2. ^ "M656". Equipment Data Sheets for TACOM Combat & Tactical Equipment. United States Army. June 1985. pp. 4-202–4-203. TM 43-0001-31.
  3. ^ "M757". Equipment Data Sheets for TACOM Combat & Tactical Equipment. United States Army. June 1985. pp. 4-286–4-287. TM 43-0001-31.
  4. ^ "M791". Equipment Data Sheets for TACOM Combat & Tactical Equipment. United States Army. June 1985. pp. 4-312–4-313. TM 43-0001-31.

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