Oshkosh Defense® FMTV 8.8-Ton LHS
Capacity to deliver.
The Oshkosh Defense® Family of Medium Tactical Vehicle (FMTV) 8.8-ton Load Handling System (LHS) provides military personnel the support they need on the battlefield. As an integral part of the supply and logistics chain, it is one of the exceptionally built Oshkosh FMTV variants meeting the Army combat support initiative. This self-contained load handling system has the capacity to carry and deliver a wide range of cargo via flatrack or container. Its maneuverability and smooth hydraulic operation increase efficiencies while reducing team member fatigue. Commonality of parts across chassis variants significantly reduces the logistics burden as well as operational and support costs. And a Long-Term Armor Strategy-compliant cab (LTAS) and other advanced technologies offer enhanced protection.
» Unmatched Capabilities
- Easy load/unload system
- 17,640 lbs. (8001 kg) payload
- 55 mph (88.5 km/h) max speed
- High horsepower-to-weight ratio
- C-130 transportable
» Comprehensive Protection System
- LTAS-compliant cab
- Enhanced protection
» C4ISR Battlefield Technology
- Communication & Control
- Situation Awareness
- Weapons Systems
- Exportable Power
- IED Defeat
Easily load, carry and deliver with the capacity to handle a wide range of cargo with maximum mobility. The FMTV meets demands – of the mission, of the battlefield and of the military personnel who rely on it. With its ergonomic, adjustable driver seat and steering wheel, 3-person cab and an electronic Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS), the FMTV powers over terrain with full-time all-wheel drive, an integral transfer case and a fully automatic transmission.
Crew-protecting armor and advanced technologies work in concert to provide the capability, versatility, mobility and protection to move supplies and weapon systems or haul equipment wherever the mission requires.
Our proven history of world-class Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) design and extensive C4 systems integration capabilities gives fleets the flexibility to expand and reconfigure components in the field to meet mission demands.