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AM General

105 N. Niles Avenue
P.O. Box 7025
South Bend, IN 46634
574-237-6222
https://www.amgeneral.com/
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Hybrid electric HUMVEE concept aimed at reducing carbon footprint - News

November 23, 2021

UNITED KINGDOM. QinetiQ has entered into a strategic collaboration agreement with automotive manufacturer AM General to accelerate the development of electrification technologies for military vehicles.

Comms

Army National Guard adds 739 new HMMWVs under $89 million contract - News

March 22, 2019
SOUTH BEND, Ind. U.S. Army National Guard officials selected manufacturer of light tactical vehicles, AM General, to deliver 739 new M1152A1 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs) as a part of their modernization initiatives under a contract valued at $89 million.
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AM General to recapitalize U.S. National Guard HMMWVs - News

October 01, 2018
SOUTH BEND, Ind. U.S. Army tasks AM General to recapitalize High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) under a $51.3 million contract. The company will utilize its Public Private Partnership (PPP) program with the Red River Army Depot (RRAD) to deliver mission-capable, like-new M1152 and M1165 HMMWV variants.
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Army HMMWV foreign military sale valued at $2.2 billion for AM General - News

August 30, 2017
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Vehicle maker AM General has received a five-year, firm-fixed-price Foreign Military Sale (FMS) requirements contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command to manufacture approximately 11,560 new High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs, commonly known as the Humvee). The total value of the contract is approximately $2.2 billion.
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TARDEC & AM General enter partnership for autonomous driving vehicle - News

March 30, 2017
TROY, Mich. U.S. Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) and AM General officials entered a partnership to develop and demonstrate an autonomous driving vehicle that may revolutionize how soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines, along with equipment and supplies, are transported inside U.S. military facilities.