M151 MUTT In Action

Published: August 23rd, 2012     
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Author: David Doyle
Reviewed by: Dave Koukol - IPMS# 46287
ISBN #: 978-0-89747-692-8
Other Publication Information: Softcover; 80 pages, 220 photographs, including color; 7 line drawings
Price: $18.95
Product / Stock #: SS12051
Product provided by: Squadron

Tracing its origins back to a set of 1950 requirements for a replacement for the M38 family of vehicles of World War II "Jeep" descent, the M151 Military Utility Tactical Truck (MUTT) became the primary 1/4-ton tactical vehicle of the United States Armed Forces until the advent of the HUMMWV in the mid-1980's.

In the course of 80 pages packed with 220 photos - mostly color - and a handful of line drawings, author David Doyle captures the genesis and service life of this legendary military vehicle. Although "In Action" in name, plenty of detail photos and narrative are provided of the vehicle in various phases of development, assembly and maintenance - a modeler's treasure chest!

Operational photographs and narrative capture the MUTT's service in numerous configurations, conflicts, and theaters of operation, including Vietnam, NATO and PACOM exercises, Beirut, Grenada, and others.

A truly outstanding resource for the military modeler, Mr. Doyle's M151 MUTT In Action is a must-have! Highly Recommend!

Thanks to the author for the review sample, to Squadron for publishing it, and IPMS/USA for the opportunity to review it.

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