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  • Growler Humor!

    My friend asked what do you get when you mate a Humvee with a Jeep?

    He said a little "Growler"


    Sorry I am not in the comedy business or I would starve, but he thought is was super funny!

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    What do you get when you mate a Growler with a UHAC?

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    UHAC with GROWLER
    MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS, Hawaii – The Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector gets into position to offload heavy equipment, July 11, at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows during a Marine Corps Advanced Warfighting Experiment. The AWE is the culmination of a decade of progressive experimentation conducted by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab (MCWL) where they are testing potential future technologies, solutions and concepts to future Marine Air Ground Task Force challenges. The AWE is taking part during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise 2014, the world’s largest international maritime exercise. The UHAC prototype is a ship-to-shore connector and is half the size of the intended machine. Currently, the UHAC travels at four knots using a track system with floatation-like pads that propels itself through different terrain. For its first mission, the UHAC paddled two miles off the coast and loaded up an internally transportable vehicle (ITV) aboard the USS Rushmore before disembarking and headed back to MCTAB to offload the vehicle. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Matthew J. Bragg)

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    MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS, Hawaii – The Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector showcases its capabilities to advance through different terrain during a Marine Corps Advanced Warfighting Experiment at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 9. The AWE is a culmination of a decade of progressive experimentation conducted by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab and is committed to demonstrating potential future technologies and solutions to future Marine Air Ground Task Force challenges during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise 2014. Lt. Col. Don Gordon, the current technology officer at MCWL, said the UHAC is one of those experimental technologies that displays a possible capability of being able to insert Marines in areas where current technology wouldn’t be able to insert them based on current systems that are fielded. The UHAC prototype is a ship-to-shore connector and is half the size of the intended machine. Currently, the UHAC travels at four knots using a track system with floatation-like pads that propels itself through different terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Matthew J. Bragg)

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    • #3
      jeeps wish they were this bad ass!!!!!

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      • #4
        I got.my growler out driving today. Definitely.had the jeep folk not sure if they were supposed to wave...if we were family...if my baby was some bastard child from a different family.their father had two towns over...
        Pedigree: April 2010 build,SN: LSV118, RN: 626540, revisions unknown but doubtful...my girl looks like she was forgotten out back behind the barn...

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        • W427
          W427 commented
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          Ha, yeah - makes me want to get a custom license plate for my Itvee with WTHISIT. "WTF" cannot appear on our state plates. I like bastards and orphans!
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