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This is a list of vehicles and aircraft used by the United States Marine Corps,[1][2] for combat, support, and motor transport.

Active use[edit | edit source]

Wheeled vehicles[edit | edit source]

Humvee[edit | edit source]

M1151

  • A2 fleet (1998–2005):
    • M1123 troop/cargo/MRC radio truck
    • M1097A2 heavy cargo truck
    • M1043A2 armament carrier
    • M1045A2 TOW carrier
    • M1035A2 2-litter ambulance
    • M997A2 4-litter ambulance
  • ECV fleet (2006–present):
    • M1114 armament carrier
    • M1151 armament carrier
    • M1152(A1) heavy cargo truck
    • M1165 troop/cargo/MRC radio truck
    • M1167A1 TOW carrier

Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement[edit | edit source]

MTVRs in a convoy in Iraq

  • MK-23/MK-25/AMK-23/AMK-25 cargo/troop/towing
  • MK-27/MK-28/AMK-27/AMK-28 extended bed cargo/troop/towing
  • MK-29/MK-30/AMK-29/AMK-30 dump truck
  • MK-31/MK-32/AMK-31/AMK-32 tractor
  • MK-36/AMK-36 wrecker
  • MK-37 HIMARS resupply truck w/crane

Logistics Vehicle System[edit | edit source]

LVS (MK48 coupled to a MK18) staged with MTVRs

Light Armored Vehicle[edit | edit source]

LAV-25 maneuvering in the Middle East

Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles[edit | edit source]

HIMARS on display

  • HIMARS High Mobility Artillery Rocket System[4]

Tracked Vehicles[edit | edit source]

M1 Abrams[edit | edit source]

M1A1 tank fires its main gun

M88 Recovery Vehicle[edit | edit source]

M88A2 on display

  • M88A2 upgrade

Amphibious Assault Vehicle-7[edit | edit source]

AAV 7A1 in Fallujah

  • AAVP-7A1 armored personnel carrier
  • AAVC-7A1 armored command and control
  • AAVR-7A1 armored recovery

Support/Engineer[edit | edit source]

T-5/D9 Bulldozers in Iraq

Aircraft[edit | edit source]

F/A-18 Hornet[edit | edit source]

F/A-18D

AV-8 Harrier[edit | edit source]

AV-8B Harrier II on the deck of USS Nassau

  • AV-8B Harrier II fighter/attack
  • TAV-8 Harrier trainer

EA-6 Prowler[edit | edit source]

EA-6B Prowler

C-130 Hercules[edit | edit source]

KC-130J Hercules

AH-1 Cobra[edit | edit source]

AH-1W SuperCobra

UH-1 Iroquois[edit | edit source]

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UH-1N Twin Huey

CH-46 Sea Knight[edit | edit source]

CH-46E Sea Knight

  • CH-46E Sea Knight ("Phrog") cargo/passenger helicopter - being replaced by MV-22

CH-53E Super Stallion[edit | edit source]

CH-53E Super Stallion

  • CH-53E Super Stallion upgraded cargo/passenger helicopter[5]
  • CH-53D Sea Stallion cargo/passenger helicopter - replaced by MV-22, some retained for training[6]

V-22 Osprey[edit | edit source]

MV-22B Osprey

  • MV-22B Osprey cargo/passenger tiltrotor

Unmanned aerial vehicles[edit | edit source]

ScanEagle UAV

Testing/Limited Use[edit | edit source]

Prototypes/Testing/Experimental[edit | edit source]

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Concept of the CH-53K

HMMWV replacement[edit | edit source]

FPI Cougar HE in testing

Accepted for short term partial replacements until development of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle is complete (see also: Medium Mine Protected Vehicle)

MRAP-MRUV (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected - Mine Resistant Utility Vehicle)

MRAP-JERRV (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected - Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Rapid Response Vehicle)

MRAP M-ATV (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected-All Terrain Vehicle)

Uncommon/Unique[edit | edit source]

UC-35D

Marine One

Retired[edit | edit source]

Wheeled Vehicles[edit | edit source]

M997A2 HMMWV ambulance

  • Humvee Base fleet (1984–1993):
    • M998/M1097 troop/cargo/MRC radio truck
      • AN/MRC-XXX (110/135/138/140/142/145/148) Radio vehicles
      • AN/USQ-70 PADS (Position Azimuth Determining System) survey vehicle
    • M1097 heavy cargo truck
    • M1037/M1042 S250 electronic shelter carrier
    • M1043/M1044 armament carrier
    • M1045/M1046 TOW missile carrier
    • M1035 2-litter ambulance
    • M997 4-litter ambulance

M38 Jeep

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M923 5-ton

Tracked Vehicles[edit | edit source]

M50 Ontos

Aircraft[edit | edit source]

F4U Corsair

A-4 Skyhawk

H-34 Choctaw

OV-10A Bronco

RQ-2 Pioneer

See also[edit | edit source]

 
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References[edit | edit source]

  1. McBul 3000 Table of MARES Reportable Equipment, HQMC
  2. NAVMC 1017 Table of Authorized Material, HQMC
  3. LAV distribution - MarineCorpstimes, May 11, 2009.
  4. "Saint-Gobain Crystals delivers transparent armor for M142 HIMARS windshields and door windows.". November 8, 2013. http://www.armyrecognition.com/november_2013_defense_industry_military_news_uk/saint-gobain_crystals_delivers_transparent_armor_for_m142_himars_windshields_and_door_windows_081113.html. 
  5. "Sikorsky To Deliver 4 CH-53K Transport Helicopters For Testing". June 2, 2013. http://defenseupdates.blogspot.com/2013/06/sikorsky-to-deliver-4-ch-53k-transport.html. 
  6. Gidget Fuentes (26 September 2011). "Hawaii move marks the end for vintage CH-53s". http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/2011/09/marine-hawaii-farewell-to-ch53d-sea-stallion-helicopter-092711w/. Retrieved 26 September 2011. 
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  8. DefenseNews.com - U.S. Marines Order 1,170 MRAPs - 07/13/07 18:55
  9. 9.0 9.1 Marine Corps News> MRAP Orders Approach 5,000
  10. MRAP Advance Purchase #2: Oshkosh, PVI & GD
  11. MRAP: Survivable Rides, Start Rolling
  12. Cougar Armored Trucks to Stalk Mines on the Battlefield (updated)
  13. 13.0 13.1 MRAP Vehicle Order: 1,000 Cougars to be Turned Loose
  14. Plasan Sasa Unveils blast and mine protection system for vehicles
  15. DefenseLink: Contracts for Thursday, May 31, 2007
  16. DefenseNews.com - U.S. Orders 1,200 MRAPs - 05/31/07 12:56
  17. U.S. Marine Corps Awards $8.5 Million Contract for Category II Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles to International Military and Government, LLC


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