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JCB at work on 3 more military projects following success of HMEE high-speed, armored backhoe

JCB at work on 3 more military projects following...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jul 22, 2015

Ten years into a successful run of manufacturing a high-speed, armored backhoe for the U.S. Army, the machine's impact is ...

Manitowoc to supply U.S. Army with custom, all-terrain cranes in $192 million contract

Manitowoc to supply U.S. Army with custom, all-terrain...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jun 22, 2015

The U.S. Army has awarded Manitowoc Cranes a five-year, $192 million for all-terrain cranes. Manitowoc will provide the Army with 60-ton Grove ...

PHOTOS: In WWII, Seabees built dozer radiators and a lot more out of fuel drums to keep Navy equipment going

PHOTOS: In WWII, Seabees built dozer radiators and a...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on May 25, 2015

Given the harsh conditions of the Pacific Theater of World War II, ingenuity wasn't so much a skill developed by ...

IronPlanet taps former Army Lt. Col. to head GovPlanet military, government equipment auctions

IronPlanet taps former Army Lt. Col. to head GovPlanet...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Apr 29, 2015

IronPlanet has gained quite a bit of momentum in the last year with a few big deals and two new site launches. ...

Need a military-spec’d wheel loader or dozer? New GovPlanet site offers military rolling stock starting in November

Need a military-spec’d wheel loader or dozer? New...

Posted by Marcia Gruver Doyle on Sep 30, 2014

Rolling stock coming out of U.S. military inventories will start selling in November on GovPlanet, a subsidiary of online heavy ...

U.S. Army orders $50 million worth of HMEE high-speed backhoes from JCB

U.S. Army orders $50 million worth of HMEE high-speed...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jun 24, 2014

The group responsible for the largest order in JCB's history just asked the British heavy equipment maker to re-up its supply ...

Afghan National Army soldiers from the 215th Corps' Engineer Kandak clean their motor graders during the Heavy Equipment Maintenance Course at the engineer lot on Camp Shorabak, Helmand Province, Afghanistan on Nov. 2. More than 40 soldiers are learning to become certified mechanics through the six-month course designed to certify soldiers as mechanics.

Equipment Boot Camp: How one group of Marines is making...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Nov 11, 2013

An Afghan National Army 215th Corps Engineer Kandak, or battalion, convoy was making its way back to Camp Shorabak from ...

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