Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068.

Externally, the M1068 is virtually identical to the M557A2 from which it was derived. New internal hardware, including the Army tactical command and control system, gave the vehicle greater capabilities. The fourth vehicle in line appears to be a regular M113A2 or M113A3 armored personnel carrier. These vehicles belonged to the 1st Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment, and were photographed at Ft. Stewart, Georgia. (Picture taken 2 Oct 2001 by Don Teft; available from the Defense Visual Information Center.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068.

Details of the front of the vehicle are sketched here. (Picture from TM 9-2350-261-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068.

Rear stowage is shown in this drawing. (Picture from TM 9-2350-261-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068.

The interior of the passenger compartment can be glimpsed here. (Picture from TM 9-2350-261-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068.

The interior layout is diagrammed in this image. (Picture from TM 9-2350-261-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3.

The front of the RISE-equipped vehicle is shown here. (Picture from TM 9-2350-277-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3.

Features on the rear of the M1068A3 are highlighted. (Picture from TM 9-2350-277-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3 in Kuwait.

The generator set davit referenced in the above sketch is in use here. The auxiliary generator could be dismounted from the vehicle using the davit and a chain hoist also stowed on the sponson. The 10m (30') RC292 antenna mast has been erected; it is visible behind the open driver's hatch. (Picture taken 14 Feb 2002 by SSgt Derrick C. Goode, USAF; available from the National Archives.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3.

Details in the passenger compartment are drawn in this image. (Picture from TM 9-2350-277-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3.

The left side of the passenger compartment is highlighted here. (Picture from TM 9-2350-277-10.)

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Standard Integrated Command Post System Carrier M1068A3.

This sketch shows the opposite side of the passenger compartment. (Picture from TM 9-2350-277-10.)

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