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Name in Hebrew Description Picture Basic vehicle

Hamer Memugan M1025
האמר ממוגן

This type, based on the M1025, has been modified by Plasan Sasa, with the addition of an armored crew compartment. The vehicle has a roof hatch behind the driver´s seat. A spare wheel was added to a new bumper at the rear of the vehicle. The wheels are of the later “aggressive pattern” type. It can be seen with a large rectangular box mounted on the roof. This houses Electronic Counter Measure equipment. It is used within the occupied territories and for border patrols.

M1025

Hamer Memugan M1113
האמר ממוגן

Almost the same design as its predecessor. The vehicle has a gun ring on the roof, normally fitted with either a MAG-58 or a 40 mm grenade launcher. It can easily be distinguished from the previous model, by the extended and armoured grill. It later received an external air conditioning unit in the back. It can be equipped with electronic counter measures´ equipment. This consists of a mast mounted cellular telephone jammer and an anti-IED box.  The roof holds two ammo stowage casings.

 

M1113 ECV

Hamer Memugan M1113 (internal air conditioning)
האמר ממוגן

Like the regular Hamer Memugan,but with an internally mounted air conditioning unit in the left rear stowage bin. It can be distinguished by the absence of an externalunit and a mesh pattern in the lid of the left stowage unit.

M1113 ECV

Hamer Memugan M1114
האמר ממוגן

This vehicle is the same as a standard US Army issue M1114. It is mostly fitted with screens to protect the windows. An amber flashing light is generally placed above the front windshield, protected by a wire mesh casing. On the roof of the vehicles there are four sets of adaptors, onto which brackets for ammo boxes can be fitted. These, however, are normally not fitted.

M1114

Hamer Memugan M1114 ve Katlanit
קטלנית האמר ממוגן

This Hamer is the same vehicle as the M1114 previously mentioned, but fitted with a 12.7mm machine gun with the Rafael Katlanit RCWS.

M1114

Hamer Siyur
(reconnaissance)
האמר סיור

Based on M998 or M1025, this Hamer is roofless and has a roll cage to protect the vehicle’s crew. On top is a gun ring which can accommodate a MAG-58 machine gun, a Mk 19 grenade launcher or other weapons. Unlike the US vehicles, the Israeli Hamerim are all fitted with a rear bumper, mounting a rack for a spare wheel.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Orev
האמר עורב

Quite similar to the Hamer Siyur, this Hamer is fitted with a BGM-71 TOW launcher system to the gun ring. In the trunk is an accommodation for 12 TOW- rounds, stored in a indigenously developed rack, called Kiveret (  (כוורתThe TOW missile system is known within the Zahal as Orev and can also be used dismounted. For that purpose, it also has a tripod stored.

 

M998/ M1025

Hamer Machmat (Siyur based)
האמר מרגמה

Several photos show the Hamer Siyur as a tractor 120mm mortar. The grenades for the mortar are carried inside the Hamer Machmat.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Pikoud Ha’Orev
האמר
פיקוד העורף

In use with the Home Front Command, this vehicle seems to be a standard issue Hamer Siyur, pulling along a decontamination unit for NBC- warfare. 

M998/ M1025

Hamer Medical

This vehicle is like the Hamer Siyur and Orev, except that in stead of a gun ring the vehicle is equipped with a high sided stowage rack, used to store and transport medical equipment

M998/ M1025

Hamer Galit
האמר גלית

The Galit is characterized by the addition of a prominent roll cage which is higher than that of the Hamer Siyur for instance. The roll cage can be fitted with a tilt made of Shimshon sheeted canvas.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Barkan
האמר ברקן
 

Based on Galit, this Hamer is equipped with a large storage box in the trunk, which houses FIM-92 Stinger missiles.

M998/ M1025

Hamershit
האמרשית

Much in the same way as the Batashit and Abirshit have been used to patrol long stretches of border in desert areas, this version is best described as a hard top Galit. It seems to be equipped for just the same task. The roof is of a solid hard type, with side and front panels made of Shimshon fabric. It is also equipped with sideward facing search lights.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Machmat (Galit based)
האמר מרגמה

Several photos show the Hamer Galit as a tractor 120mm mortar. The grenades for the mortar are carried inside the Hamer Machmat.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Galit Pikoud
האמר גלית פיקוד

Based on the Hamer Galit, this Hamer is equipped with a wide range of radios and is used as a command platform.

M998/ M1025

Hamer (unknown version)

Although this vehicle at first site looks like the Hamer Galit previously mentioned it has a different pattern of arches. From the scarce information at hand, one is lead to believe that it is used by field medical units.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Gill
האמר גיל

This vehicle seems to be the replacement for the Hamer Orev. Unlike the Hamer Orev, it doesn’t have a mounted launching station in a gun ring. In stead, judging by the vehicle, the crew has to disembark and carry away the missile (Gill aka. Spike) to its launch positions.

Like the Hamer Orev it can accommodate 12 anti- tank rounds, stored in an indigenously developed rack in the trunk, called Kiveret (  (כוורת
 
In the accompanying picture the Kiveret can be seen with the top shelf opened up.

M998/ M1025

Hamer M998

Seldom seen this vehicle seems to be a standard issue M998 in cargo/ troop configuration.

M998

Hamer M1025

This vehicle is the same as the standard issue M1025 weapons carrier as used with the US forces. Standard armament consists of a license built FN MAG-58. The vehicle is equipped with a rear bumper, with a spare wheel mount and extra tail light , standard to Israeli vehicles.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Patrol
M-1025Hamer Patrol האמר פטרול

This version is used by the Magav (Border Guard) units and as a utility ride throughout the armed forces. It is most often used as a patrol vehicle or to convey staff. When in use as a patrol platform, its gunring is normally  fitted with a MAG-58 machine gun.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Patrol
(with air conditioning)
האמר פטרול

This Hamer’s comfort has been improved with the addition of an air conditioning unit placed on the roof. This unit seems to be the same as the late model Hamer Memugan’s unit.

M998/ M1025

Hamer police observation

Deployed by the Magav, this Hamer Patrol has an electronic system on top that allows it to become mobile observation post.

M998/ M1025

Hamer driver training

Much like the M998 and M1025 standard vehicles, these vehicles are used to train new drivers. The vehicles have a stowage rack on top of the roof as well as a box over each rear wheel well.

M998/ M1025

M1038
Hamer Tziyud
האמר ציוד

This vehicle seems to be the US version called M1038. It has inward facing benches in the rear and a hard top two door cab. In Israeli service it is equipped with a rear bumper, with a frame for storing a spare wheel.

M1038

Hamer Tziyud
האמר ציוד

This version takes after the US version M1038. It has the same small cab version. This vehicle is equipped with four rearward facing seats, mounted in the front of the trunk and a distinct roll bar welded to the roof of the frontal section. It is mainly used for hauling goods and equipment. The tilt is made from a material called Shimshon.

M998/ M1025

M-1037 S-250 Shelter Carrier

This version seems to be the same as the US M1037 Shelter Carrier. In this case the shelter itself has a corrugated roof.

M1037

Hamer Lynx
לינקס האמר

The Hamer Lynx is a modern satellite communications relay system and several are in use with the Zahal. The system consists of a container that resembles the standard S-250 shelter, but is remarkably lower. On top, a large foldable satellite dish is fitted. The system has multiple tasks it can fulfil. The vehicle is based on the M1113 Enhanced Capability Vehicle version of the Humvee. Detachable outriggers are fitted to the front of the vehicle, which provide the system with stability once fitted to the outer extremities of the vehicle.

 

M1113 ECV

 

Hamer Raccoon
חאמר רקון

 

The Raccoon, also known as Stalker II, is used with the Israel Defense Forces and the Magav (Border Patrol). It is intended for tasks like surveillance, reconnaissance and image acquisition. It is equipped with very sensitive optical equipment.

M1113 ECV

Hamer Communictions Relay

This vehicle looks a lot like the previously mentioned Raccoon. This version seems to be a communications vehicle, evidenced by the wire reels on either side of the shelter as well as the large array of antennae.

  

M1025

 

Hamer Raccoon Police
חאמר רקון

 

This hamer belong here to the Israeli police and was seen in 2011 in Jaffa.
it has the same characteristics as the military Raccoon
.

 

M1113 ECV

M-997 Hamer Ambulance
האמר אמבולנס

The Hamer is the biggest version of the ambulance on wheel. It has exactly the same features as its U.S. counterpart and also has the same equipment inside. The top mounted vent on the hood is the later version with thin braces. The Hamer Magen David seems to be the only HMMWV version in Israeli service to have this type of vent.

M997

Hamer Nyedit Tazukaha Rekem

This is the Mobile Heavy Armor Maintenance Vehicle, designed to provide maintenance for the tanks in the field, such as oil changes. For this purpose the vehicle is equipped with an oil filtration system and pump which allows it to change oil rapidly. It also has an onboard compressor for the use of pneumatic tools. The superstructure covers  the trunk and the rear seats. The front seats are covered by a hard top, onto which a stowage basket is mounted. In this case a tilt is fitted over the basket.

M998/ M1025

OPFOR unit at Ze’elim training grounds

T-72M Simulator
האמר מחופש

The following type of the Hamer is used for manoeuvres as Opposing Forces (OPFOR) There are several versions. This one is obviously meant to mimic the T-72 tank, as the makeshift turret features a lot of characteristics seen on the real version. Extra panels have been added so that the silhouette resembles that of the T-72M. The vehicle is fitted with a wide range of gear for war gaming purposes.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Orev
האמר מחופש

This version of the Hamer seems to be a standard M966 TOW carrier, except that it has gas bottles probably containing pressurized air, mounted to the right of the trunk. It is used for manoeuvres as Opposing Forces (OPFOR). The vehicle is fitted with a wide range of gear for war gaming purposes.

M966

BRDM simulator
האמר מחופש

The following type of the Hamer is used for manoeuvres as Opposing Forces (OPFOR) There are several versions. This one is obviously meant to mimic the Soviet designed BRDM-2. Extra panels have been added so that the silhouette resembles that of the BRDM-2. The vehicle is fitted with a wide range of gear for war gaming purposes.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Tothanim
 

The following type of the Hamer is used for manoeuvres as Opposing Forces (OPFOR) There are several versions. This one is obviously meant to mimic an artillery piece. The vehicle is fitted with a wide range of gear for war gaming purposes.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Siyur Ze’elim
האמר מחופש

This version of the Hamer is used for simulating Opposing Forces (OPFOR). This vehicle is probably used as a command vehicle. The roll cage seems to be the US pattern instead of the Israeli version, which uses a roll cage with round bars.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Ze’elim M1035
האמר מחופש

This vehicle seems the be in use with the OPFOR unit at Ze’elim and seems to be a standard issue US Army M1035 soft top ambulance.

M998/ M1025

Hamer Ze’elim
האמר מחופש

This version of the Hamer is used for simulating Opposing Forces (OPFOR).

M998/ M1025

Hamer Ze’elim
האמר מחופש

This version of the Hamer is used for simulating Opposing Forces (OPFOR).

M998/ M1025

Experimental

Hamer Memugan M1114
האמר ממוגן

This Hamer is a US Army pattern M1114 fitted with an unknown RCWS. This version is not operational.

M1114

Sparrow

The EMIT company of Israel has fitted a launching rail on top of a standard M1025 that enables it to launch the UAV Drone "Sparrow". This version of the HMMWV is not operational in Israeli service.

M998/ M1025

Hamer
האמר

This vehicle is the same as the Hamer Orev, but the Orev missile has been replaced by the Israeli Gill anti tank missile. It is unknown whether this vehicle is operational

M998/ M1025

SPIKE NLOS (spike)

The "Spike" has been developed by Rafael as a family of anti-tank missiles of the third generation, הטיל החדש בעל טווח של עד 25 ק"מ וניתן לשימוש מהאוויר, היבשה והים. הגרסה החדשה בעלת יכולת פגיעה ייחודית, גם במטרות שאינן נמצאות בטווח הראייה הטבעי של משגר הטיל. The new missile with a range of up to 25 kilometres and can be used from the air, land and sea.

M1037

Hamer 6x6 Yaalim

A one off version of the Hamer, with the rear modified to make it into a vehicle with 3 axles. The footages of field testing are impressive. The vehicle was developed by the Israeli company Yaalim. 

M998/ M1025

Equipment seen on Hamerim

ECM
(Electronic Counter Measures)

This large container is fitted to the roof of a Hamer Memugan (early) and is thought to contain il est notament de forme assez imposante et fait pensé aux caissons electroniques qu'il ya sur les Nakpadon NG.electronics that are also mounted on the Nakpadon.

 

ECM
(Electronic Counter Measures)

This large container is fitted to the roof of a Hamer Memugan (early) and is thought to contain il est notament de forme assez imposante et fait pensé aux caissons electroniques qu'il ya sur les Nakpadon NG.electronics.

 

Shalgonit
שלגונית

(Lagoon) Cellular jammer designed to jam Incendiary Explosive Devices. Can be identified as a rectangular box fitted to any vehicle. Example is Hamer Memugan (late) .

 

Shalgon
שלגון

(Popsicle) Radio jammer designed to remotely activate Incendiary Explosive Devices. Can be identified as an antenna with multiple rods. Examples are Hamer Memugan Late (shown) Hamer Memugan Early (mounted directly on the roof, no mast), David ULAV, Nag’mash Vayzata, Nagmachon, Nakpadon. Also known as EJAB and manufactured by Elisra.

 

Air conditioning

This external unit was retrofitted onto Hamerim Memugan (Late) as the inside of the vehicles grew too hot. It was later integrated into the left rear storage compartment.

 

Metashteshet
מטשטשת

(to blur, make indistinct; cover up; daze) device pulled along by soft skin vehicles or armoured like the Hamer Memugan, while conducting border patrols. These have no definite form and are made in workshops and are designed to erase tracks.

 

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