In the second half of the 1970s, the US Army procured 1,000 of the heavy-haul truck – together with the four-axle M747 semitrailer – for road transportation of Main battle tanks and other heavy loads.
A tank often carried by the Oshkosh M911 was the M47 Patton.
The Oshkosh M911 was also used with the US Army units stationed in Europe.
The Oshkosh M911 has a crew of 3, weighs 18.2 tons, and has a payload capacity of 68.95 tons.
The Oshkosh M911 has a Detroit 8V92TA turbocharged 12-liter Diesel V-8 engine that produces 435 horsepower.
Superdetailed multimedia kit including engine and highly detailed interior,
A5 photoeched fret, clear foil for windscreen, clear light parts.
The M911 (with M747 trailer) HET systems was used from 1979 to 1995, and it was the main transporter of the M1 Abrams in the Desert Storm.