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The powerful M88 Hercules Armored Recovery Vehicle is approved for the towing of the M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, a task previously requiring two M88 A1 systems to accomplish. I sat in row 36 on seat B and there was no window, no recline, engine noise is unbearable, and you sit about a foot away from the bathroom. Technically improved to give greater performance, the M88A2 was also equipped with extra armour. Nhà cái M88 cung cấp các tỷ lệ cược tốt nhất trên tất cả các trò chơi thể thao yêu thích của bạn. The US Army received its first M88A2 on 11 Jul 97 as the first eight vehicles were handed off to units in the 1st Cavalry Division at Ft. Hood, TX. A total of 46 vehicles were fielded to 1CD by 4QFY99. Around early 1997, Beyerdynamic introduced the M88 Classic,” which was the original M88 (aka M88 N(C)) in a new color scheme — the steel basket and brass body were chromed. The original M88 lacks NBC protection system, which later models are equipped with.
The M88A2 provides the Force XXI maintainer a recovery platform capable of performing a single vehicle tow for M1 series tanks. Developing about 16,860 lb of thrust with afterburner, the M88 offers exceptionally carefree handling for all missions, thanks to its unrivaled power-to-weight ratio. This seat, and ones near it, are very close to the engine and the noise at takeoff is deafening.
The M88A2 road wheel arm hub, bearing and idler arm spindles are built to a closer tolerance than that of the M88A1; therefore, requiring different procedures. It also employs an auxiliary power unit (APU) which offers auxiliary electrical and hydraulic power when the main engine is not in operation. BMY designed the M88 in 1959, using chassis and automotive parts from the M48 and M60 Patton vehicles as blueprints. The current shipping model, the M 88 TG or Tour Group” model, differs from the original primarily in that it has a stronger grille, making the mic more robust for live applications. The M88A2 was developed to give 55% more winching power, 40% more lifting strength and 25% extra towing muscle. The M88 also incorporates the latest advances in reducing electromagnetic and infrared signatures. Note: try to choose a seat in front of the wing emergency exits, as the engine noise gets louder the further back you go!
The M88A2 armoured recovery vehicles were introduced into the US Army in 1997 and deployed in wars in the Gulf and Kosovo. As with any new system, there are unforseen problems, because the M88A2 Heavy Recovery Vehicle System is not the M88A1 Medium Recovery Vehicle System. It is a variant of the M88 HERCULES, which was designed and manufactured by Bowen McLaughlin York (BMY). The M88A2 is powered by continental AVDS-1790-8CR, V12 air-cooled twin-turbo diesel engine. The M-88A2 has a larger engine and more winch capacity to drag the heavier M-1’s.