Cherokee, for one

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 17 Nov 18, Saturday

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The Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both formally called the U.S. Army Truck, ​1⁄4 ton, 4×4, Command Reconnaissance,[2][3] commonly known as Jeep or jeep,[4] and sometimes referred to as G503 [nb 3] are light, off-road capable, military utility vehicles that were manufactured during World War II (from 1941 to 1945) to help mobilize the Allied forces.

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The jeep became the primary light wheeled transport vehicle of the United States Military and its Allies in World War II. It was also the world’s first mass-produced four-wheel drive car, manufactured in six-figure numbers. The ca. 640,000 units built, constituted a quarter of the total U.S. non-combat motor vehicle production in the war,[7] and almost two thirds of the ca. 988,000 light vehicle class, together with the Dodge WC series, outnumbering those by almost two to one.

“In many respects, the jeep became the iconic vehicle of World War II, with an almost mythological reputation..” — (Hyde, 2013)[5], having proven itself exceptionally capable, tough, durable and versatile. Not only did it become the workhorse of the American military, as it literally replaced the use of horses and other draft animals (still abundant in World War I) in every role, from cavalry units to supply trains, but improvised field-modifications also made the jeep capable of just about any other function GI’s could think of.[8]

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