Contract notice: Deliveries of 2 flatrack
20 ~universal flatrack
loaders~ crane for transporting palleted and piece material of higher weight and wheeled technology.
Caption: Iowa National Guard Soldiers help position a humvee onto a flatrack
as then Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning maneuvers the vehicle using a mine-resistant ambush-protected wrecker.
According to Bob Judd, United Electronic Industries' director of marketing, UEI's new DNF-4-1G FLATRACK
Ethernet-based data acquisition (DAQ) and control platform (Figure 3) also can serve HIL applications.
The inability to transport 20-foot container or flatrack
configured loads ship to shore.
3])--carried on four flatrack
vehicles equipped with cranes.
But you can't install the 5-ton or M548A1 mounting kits onto pallets or the M1 flatrack
used on the HEMTT-LHS.
Transtec's SuSE-based servers range from the file-, print, email- and web-serving Transtec Flatrack
1001L, through the Transtec 2600L workgroup server and Transtec 4200L transaction-based database server, right up to the 64-bit Transtec 8000L, designed for compute intensive data analysis, simulations and graphic rendering.
For example, one CPE of palletized or loose cargo roughly represents the average number of palletized or loose cargo that fits into a 20-foot container, platform or flatrack
Contract notice: Supply of flatrack
workshop container systems and related services.
The DNF-4-1G FLATRACK
is a highly integrated, low-profile DAQ I/O engine that accommodates a growing need for greater system programmability, functional versatility, and scalable deployments.
DRAWDOWN - Inventory Snap Shot ROLLING STOCK Utility Truck 128 MRAPs 120 Humvee 54 Light Tactical Vehicles 39 Flatrack
31 Cargo Truck w/Wynch 28 Trailers 26 Generator Sets 23 NON-ROLLING STOCK Computer Systems 1,422 Radio Navigation Equipment 499 Radar Equipment-Airborne 451 Communications Equipment 399 Personal Computers 313 Computer Monitors 288 Batteries 175 Binoculars 154 Telescopic Lens 132
The JMIP is a flatrack
known as a containerized roll-in/out platform (CROP), which itself weighs about 4,000 pounds.