Cleanly modeled M1126 Stryker ICV of the US Armyl. Many more linked sets available from ES3DStudios in a range of formats. Click 'ES3DStudios' for full range.
LODs also available as separate product for this model. PSD texture also available on request, including damaged version.
Native format is 3DSMax 2011. No 3rd party plugins required.
Texture Res: Three diffuse, Hull 1024 x 1024, Weapons station 2048 x 2048, Wheels 1024 x 512. Please note, texture map is included only in the Max zip (download this file whatever format you require).
Texture sets are included for olive drab, as well as desert camo (as illustrated.)
The IAV Stryker is a family of eight-wheeled, 4+4-wheel-drive, armored fighting vehicles derived from the Canadian LAV III and produced by GD Land Systems, in use by the United States Army.
The Stryker is based on the LAV III light-armored vehicle, which in turn was based on the Swiss MOWAG Piranha III 8x8.
The vehicle comes in several variants with a common engine, transmission, hydraulics, wheels, tires, differentials and transfer case. The M1130 Command Vehicle and M1133 Medical Evacuation Vehicle have an air conditioning unit mounted on the back. The medical vehicle also has a higher-capacity generator. A recent upgrade program provided a field retrofit kit to add air conditioning units to all variants, and production started in 2005 of the Mobile Gun System mounting an overhead GDLS 105 mm automatic gun.
Extensive computer support helps soldiers fight the enemy while reducing friendly fire incidents. Each vehicle can track friendly vehicles in the field as well as detected enemies. The driver and the vehicle commander (who also serves as the gunner) have periscopes that allow them to see outside the vehicle without exposing themselves to outside dangers. The vehicle commander also has access to a day-night thermal imaging camera which allows the vehicle commander to see what the driver sees. The vehicle commander has almost a 360-degree field of vision; the driver, a little more than 90 degrees.
Soldiers can practice training with the vehicles from computer training modules inside the vehicle.
GD Land Systems is developing a new Power and Data Management Architecture to handle computer upgrades.