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==Design and testing==
 
==Design and testing==
Two teams were assigned to develop a vehicle.
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Two teams were assigned to develop a vehicle.
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Caterpillar developed a tracked tractor (Mobil-Trac System) while [[Martin Marietta]] was the system integrator and also built the Mobility Test Bed missile trailer.<ref>{{Cite book | url=https://books.google.com/?id=pTvLXD25AbQC&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=Martin+Marietta+HARD+MOBILE+LAUNCHER#v=onepage&q=Martin%20Marietta%20HARD%20MOBILE%20LAUNCHER&f=false |title = Caterpillar Chronicle : History of the Greatest Earthmovers|isbn = 9781610605779|last1 = Orlemann|first1 = Eric C.}}</ref>
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[[Caterpillar Inc.|Caterpillar]] developed a tracked tractor (Mobil-Trac System) while [[Martin Marietta]] was the system integrator and also built the Mobility Test Bed missile trailer.<ref>{{Cite book | url=https://books.google.com/?id=pTvLXD25AbQC&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=Martin+Marietta+HARD+MOBILE+LAUNCHER#v=onepage&q=Martin%20Marietta%20HARD%20MOBILE%20LAUNCHER&f=false |title = Caterpillar Chronicle : History of the Greatest Earthmovers|isbn = 9781610605779|last1 = Orlemann|first1 = Eric C.}}</ref>
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A second team consisting of [[Boeing]] Aerospace and Electronics' Loral Defense Systems Division ([[Goodyear Aerospace]]) built an eight wheel drive vehicle and trailer.
   
A second team consisting of [[Boeing]] Aerospace and Electronics' Loral Defense Systems Division ([[Goodyear Aerospace]]) built an eight wheel drive vehicle and trailer.
 
 
The Air Force selected the Boeing-Loral prototype. Several vehicles were delivered to the US Air Force by December 1986. The Air Force tested the vehicle until 1991, after which development of the MGM-134 missile project ceased, leading to the project's cancellation.
 
The Air Force selected the Boeing-Loral prototype. Several vehicles were delivered to the US Air Force by December 1986. The Air Force tested the vehicle until 1991, after which development of the MGM-134 missile project ceased, leading to the project's cancellation.
   
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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{{Wikipedia|Hard Mobile Launcher}}
 
{{Wikipedia|Hard Mobile Launcher}}
   

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