High detail low-impact rigged (Max and Maya) models of male and female USMC infantry soldiers, plus Cougar 4x4 MRAP armoured truck. Single 2048x2048 texture page. Also includes high detail low-impact model of a M1114 up-armoured HMMWV (Humvee) truck. Single 2048x2048 exterior texture page, plus single 1024 square interior. PSD textures also available on request.
Part of a huge related collection available from ES3DStudios. Includes parts to convert the model to an older style M1025 weapons carrier HMMWV.
The fully rigged and animated Max characters can and animated further by ES3DStudios. Maya version also rigged (includes jaw and eyelid blend shapes). All other formats provided here come in 'T-Pose' ready for rigging. Head mesh made with edge-loops for easy facial animation. Includes teeth, tongue and mouth interior. Max and Maya versions include simple jaw rigging.
Includes kevlar helmet, night-vision goggles, bush hat, sun-glasses, mine-detector, M203 grenade launcher plus M4 rifle. International infantry, plus insurgents and vehicles also available. PSD's and some higher-res textures also available.
Many other models and 3D formats available in this series, including civilians, vehicles, combat troops, insurgents, plus region specific architecture and other military equipment.
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MRAP vehicles usually have 'V' shaped hulls to deflect away any explosive forces originating below the vehicle, thereby protecting the vehicle and its passenger compartment. Typically these explosions are from land mines, but they can also be IEDs. As a result of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq (Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom) a need was identified for a series of vehicles designed to survive the explosive threats posed by the Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) as well as conventional mining and ambush tactics employed against Coalition personnel. These vehicles were collectively described as MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) capable, and would be specifically built to defeat these threats. One such vehicle is the Cougar. Manufactured by Force Protection Inc., the Cougar has been in production, and in service since 2004.
While new to the US military, vehicles such as the Cougar are not new designs. The Cougar design can trace its origins to the Olifant Manufacturing Company of South Africa, which originally developed the multi-wheeled, 'V' shaped blast hull design for use by the South African military in its operations against Angola and Namibia in the 1980s. These vehicles were designed to have good road speeds and endurance (to allow for the long distances traveled, as well as reduced maintenance requirements because of their wheeled design) and were specifically designed to maximize passenger survivability against small arms ambushes and conventionally laid mines.
In addition to the H model cougar, FMI also builds the HE combined mission variant of the Cougar, as well as the Buffalo, a dedicated EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) support vehicle.
The M1114 is the latest Enhanced Capacity Vehicle (ECV) version of the US Army's AM General High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) fitted with a passive up-armouring package developed by the O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company.
Some 1,700 M1114 vehicles have so far been built for the home and export markets with production scheduled to continue for some years.
This up-armouring packa