The history of the Land Rover is one closely linked to the military. Inspired by the US militaryâ€™s wartime vehicles, the Land Rover quickly found itself a place within militaries throughout the world -- including the British, Ghanese, Australian and United States militaries. Our collection of military books consists of a wide range of texts, including original manuals. Scroll below for our entire range.
Handbook Original Military 24 Volt 2/2A 4354
Handbook Airportable M.o.d. 608180
Haynes Discovery Ii Diesel Workshop Manual Nov 98 to July 04 JC1123
The Half-ton Military Land Rover by Mark J Cook JC3568
Parts Catalogue Airportable Lightweight JC361
Haynes Land Rover Series 2 2A and 3 Petrol and Diesel 4 Cylinder 1958 - 1985 upto C Reg JC568
Military Modern Land Rover Development and in Service JC757
Land Rover Series 111 Specification Guide JC9570
Usb Technical Publications Landrover Series Models 1948-1985 LTP3001USB
No Longer Available (Series 1 - 3, Defender, 101, Wolf Etc) JC9571
Land Rover has a proud military history. Not only was it inspired by the US militaryâ€™s jeep, but the Land Rover has become a constant presence in the military throughout the world.
The British military has made extensive use of Land Rover vehicles over the past 50 years, even creating the Snatch 2, Pink Panther, and the Land Rover Wolf. Meanwhile, the Australian Special Air Service embraced the Series 2 as the Long Range Patrol Vehicle, and the United States Armyâ€™s 75th Ranger Regiment adopted 12 models of Land Rover as the Ranger Special Operations Vehicle. In Africa, the Ghanese military created the Centaur Half Track based on the Land Rover.
John Craddock is proud to stock a range of military books concerning the history of Land Roverâ€™s role within the military, including original military handbooks. If you donâ€™t see what youâ€™re looking for, get in touch with us today. Our team will be happy to source your book from our extensive list of partners.