military motor vehicle

military motor vehicle

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ¦mōd·ər ‚vē·ə·kəl]
(ordnance)
Wheeled or track-laying vehicle or combined wheeled and track-laying vehicle, designed for transporting personnel or cargo for military purposes; it may be either propelled by a self-contained power unit or drawn by a vehicle containing a self-contained power unit.
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AMovP 1 includes the provisions of six STANAGs: 2025, Basic Military Road Traffic Regulations; 2027, Marking of Military Vehicles; 2041, Operational Orders, Tables, and Graphs for Road Movement; 2154, Regulations for Military Motor Vehicle Movement by Road; 2159, Identification of Movement Control and Traffic Control Personnel and Agencies; and 2174, Military Routes and Route/Road Network.
The subject matter of the contract is the supply of spare parts for military motor vehicles, technical materials for performing scheduled periodic maintenance, car and motorcycle accessories, car chemicals, batteries and tires.
wars which the Soviet Union and Russia were drawn into, as well as a historically formed school of automotive design and engineering, the Russians have acquired the knack of making excellent highly reliable all-terrain military motor vehicles capable of driving cross-country and the most difficult routes.
They include a fine collection of agricultural equipment from the former Andover-based manufacturer Taskers (several traction engines are presented on an mocked-up county-showground, and their best features are eagerly pointed out to visitors by a salesman), and of commercial and military motor vehicles from the Basingstoke Thornycroft company (whose factory, once just a stone's-throw from the Milestones building, has been rebuilt in miniature here).
Contract awarded for A service consisting in the development of project-estimate documentation for the construction of a garage building for military motor vehicles with accompanying infrastructure in sanok, ul.

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