In the past two decades the modern U.S. Army underwent an enormous and unprecedented transition from a Cold War doctrine towards counter-terrorism asymmetrical warfare. Within this transition the vehicle pool of the U.S. Army changed constantly since the NATO mission of defending Central Europe in the late 1980s to the ongoing U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan 2007.
.02 Light Tanks and Main Battle Tanks
.03 Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicles and
Armoured Personnel Carriers – Tracked
.04 Armoured Personnel Carriers – Wheeled
.05 Amphibious Vehicles
.06 Light Trucks
.07 Medium Trucks
.08 Heavy Trucks
.09 Engineer Vehicles and Mine Protected Vehicles
.10 Armoured Recovery Vehicles, Cranes and Material Handling Equipment
.11 Artillery and Air Defence
.12 Special Forces and All-Terrain Vehicles
.13 Miscellaneous Vehicles
.14 Camouflage and Markings
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