The Milwaukee M10 and M10E1 were the only vehicles built for the military and are still being used today.
The tanks were used in Afghanistan and Iraq.
This was not the first time that a military vehicle had to be replaced.
The first replacement tank for the Milwaukee M6, also known as the M12, was installed in October 2001.
The M12 is still used by military personnel and their families.
This Milwaukee M13 Fuel Tank is installed in the M6.
M-12 Fuel Tanks are manufactured by the American Tank Corporation.
The Milwaukee company is also a member of the Cummins Diesel Division.
Milwaukee M13 fuel tanks are available in two flavors.
The two-cylinder tank is a four-barrel, 3,000-pound tank with a capacity of up to 2,800 gallons.
The three-cylinders are a fourbarrel diesel version, and are the largest and heaviest tanks on the market today.
They are also the only diesel fuel tanks available in the United States.
Fuel tanks have been replaced with newer designs since the 1950s, but military tanks were never the same.
The military uses them to store food and supplies, to transport troops and equipment to and from combat zones, and to provide fire protection.
In 2005, a $2.8 billion federal program funded by the Department of Defense to upgrade military vehicles was announced.
The program included the purchase of 4,300 M12 fuel tanks from Cummins.
The trucks were expected to be delivered in 2016.
The government estimated the trucks would be used by more than 200,000 troops and civilians.
The cost of the new tanks was $1.6 billion, and a total of $5.4 billion in incentives were paid to buy them.
As part of the program, the government also purchased $1 million worth of M12-type fuel tanks and the M13-type trucks.
The money from the federal funds will be used to retrofit military vehicles to meet military fuel tank requirements.
At the time of the purchase, the Milwaukee company reported a $1 billion profit for the fiscal year ending in September 2020.
The company also expects to be able to turn a profit for 2017, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
With the fuel tanks being retired, the M10 was put into storage and is currently undergoing a maintenance overhaul.
It is expected to start operating in 2020.
There are currently no plans to retrofitting military vehicles with M12 and M13 tanks, but the Milwaukee group said they plan to make the fuel tank replacement program permanent.