24/7 Wall St. reviewed a variety of military tech resources to identify the tracked and wheeled land vehicles in use by the U.S. military. This list does not include a number of utility vehicles, unmanned land vehicles, prototypes, or other miscellaneous vehicles that have not yet entered widespread military use. The majority of the vehicles on this list came from the military research site militaryfactory.com, and crew counts and year the vehicle first entered service are from that source. 24/7 Wall St. narrowed militaryfactory’s list to reflect, whenever possible, vehicles being phased out or new vehicles being introduced. However there are some facts for which conclusive information was not publicly available. We excluded variants of the same vehicle, such as the HMMWV, better known as the Humvee, of which there are several unique configurations in use by the armed forces.
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