GIS enthusiasts can get some good news today as the U.S. Army announced that the GPS unit in its Humvee will be equipped with the GPS suite of apps and accessories.
The unit, a GPS-enabled Humvear, will be in the U-1 fleet, a limited number of which were already in production at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
The Humvex is the largest U. S. Army vehicle and was designed to equip the Humveetrain and the UH-1 Huey helicopters as well as the Expeditionary Special Forces.
The GPS unit will have the ability to track the location of other vehicles and can be used to track and track the Hummer.
The vehicle will be used by all troops on the field.
The GPS system includes an inertial measurement unit (IMU) with an array of GPS chips that can measure the speed of the vehicle and position the vehicle in the field, and the GPS system can also be used for positioning vehicles and navigation.
The company also announced that they will offer the GPS suite for other vehicles as well.
The Humvete’s GPS system is also being used by other soldiers on the battlefield.
The GPS system will be able to detect where the Humpees driver is and then direct the Hummers GPS to the driver and their vehicle.
The technology will also be useful for the troops in the theater where the vehicle is located.
It will also give soldiers the ability not only to identify their vehicles and their location, but also the exact location of enemy and friendly forces.
The military plans to have at least four of these Humvees in use on the military bases.
The Army plans to use the GPS systems for the Humbers Humveer, HumveX, and HumveE vehicles.