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Scammell Commander

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Scammell Commander
A British Scammell Commander 6x4 tractor truck leaves the Danish cargo ship Dana Cimbria during Operation Desert Shield.JPEG
Scammell Commander at King Abdulaziz Naval Base in October 1990
Overview
ManufacturerScammell
Production1983 - 1985
Body and chassis
ClassTractor unit
Layout6×4
Powertrain
EnginePerkins CV12

The Scammell Commander was a heavy equipment transporter maunfactured by Scammell for the Royal Logistic Corps.

Between 1983 and 1985, 125 were built with the Royal Logistic Corps the sole customer. Most were based in Belgium and West Germany, with only a few in the United Kingdom. They were extensively used in the Gulf War in the early 1990s.[1] All were replaced by Oshkosh M1070s in the 2000s.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Heavy Metal Commercial Motor 17 December 1992 page 44
  2. ^ Strategic defence review Commercial Motor 19 July 2012 page 45
  3. ^ Scammell Commander Military Today

External links

Media related to Scammell Commander at Wikimedia Commons


This page was last edited on 16 May 2020, at 00:55
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