Oshkosh Truck Corporation is a major manufacturer of specialized truck and transport equipment.
| Oshkosh Corporation, formerly Oshkosh Truck, is an American industrial company that designs and builds specialty trucks, military vehicles, truck bodies and access equipment. Based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.It is organized in four primary business groups: access equipment, defense, fire and emergency, and commercial.
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Oshkosh Truck Corporation 1933 Oshkosh TR 4х4 Earth Moving 1933 Oshkosh TR 4х4 Earth Moving Its brands include:
Oshkosh Truck Pierce (fire trucks, purchased in 1996) Medtec (ambulances) McNeilus (concrete mixers) Geesink (European trash-hauling) Norba (European trash-hauling) Kiggen (European trash-hauling) Jerr-Dan (towing) CON-E-CO (Concrete Equipment Company) London Machinery (Concrete Mixers) S Series concrete mixers Glider kits S Series Revolution mixers Highlander truck based mixers
Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck - HEMTT HEMTT-A3 - hybrid Heavy Equipment Transporter Homeland Security command vehicle Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement Palletized Load System Airport Fire/Snow Removal BAI ( Brescia Antincendi International S.r.l.) (Italian fire trucks) Tactical Fire Fighting Truck Wheeled Tanker Bushmaster - assured mobility vehicle Striker airport fire truck (models 1550, 3000, 4500) H-series snow blower MPT Series snow plow - truck P Series Snow plow MTVR Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement is a 7-Ton 6x6 heavy duty truck Off-road vehicle used by the United States Marine Corps and United States Navy. Designed as an improvement over the M939 trucks, the multi-variant MTVR is manufactured by Oshkosh Truck Corporation and entered service in 1998. MTVR The OshkoshЃ Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) standard cargo vehicle incorporates rugged, patented, proven components like the TAK-4Ѓ independent suspension system and the Command ZoneЩ integrated control and diagnostics system to assure the highest degree of performance on every mission. Built to go over even the roughest terrains and through the most hazardous environments, the MTVR standard cargo is extremely durable and reliable. It is built tough and will perform exceptionally mission after mission.
Bernhard Mosling was succeeded as president of Oshkosh by his son John Mosling in 1956
The M911 Commercial, Heavy Equipment Transporter (C-HET) was based on the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Oshkosh F2365, modified for military requirements.
The Oshkosh H-Series blower vehicle
MTVR (Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement)
OshkoshТs first major defense
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