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U.S. Military M274 Truck
also called "Carrier and has one more synonym

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  1. Light Weapons, Infantry, 1/2 ton, 4x4" aka "Mule," "Military Mule," or "Mechanical Mule" is a 4-wheel drive, gas powered truck/tractor type vehicle that can carry up to 1/2 ton off-road

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  2. It was introduced in 1956 and used until the 1980s

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  3. It is today a popular, durable, and useful military vehicle collectors' item

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  4. The M274 Mule was introduced in 1956 to supplement both the 1/4 ton trucks ("Jeeps") and 3/4 ton trucks (Weapons Carrier Series and M37 series) in airborne and infantry battalions. 11,240 Mules were produced between their introduction and 1970 when p

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  5. The M274 Mules were often outfitted with a wide array of weaponry, especially in the Vietnamese Conflict

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