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Morrow Project Air assets: The majority of the Morrow Project aviation assets were centered and located at the regional headquarters level, with a few exceptions. The majority of the aircraft used by the project were produced by companies that had either been owned by Howard Hughes or had connections with Morrow Industries allowing for aircraft to be built but not show up on the company inventories.

Morrow Project Rotary-Wing Reconnaissance Air Assets: d
Wallis WA-116 Series 2 'Airscout' gyrocopter: d
Bell Helicopter Model 47/OH-13E Sioux multipurpose light helicopter: d
Hughes Helicopters OH-6 Cayuse light observation helicopter: d

Morrow Project Rotary-Wing Utility Air Assets: d
Hughes Helicopters TH-55 Osage light training helicopter: The Morrow Project used the TH-55 Osage (Hughes Model 269) light helicopters almost exclusively in a light observation role. Although some of these helicopters were modified to act in an emergency medevac role.
Bell Helicopter UH-1D Iroquois ‘Huey’ utility helicopter: d
Bell Helicopter 212 "Twin Huey" utility helicopter: d
Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopter: The Morrow Project made extensive use of the UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters during the years leading up to the Holocaust. In fact, the Morrow Project was responsible for the pre-Holocaust urban legends of black helicopters that fueled a great many conspiracy theories.

Morrow Project Rotary-Wing Cargo Air Assets: d
Boeing CH-47C Chinook cargo helicopter (Model 234ER): d
Sikorsky UH-34D Choctaw utility helicopter (Sikorsky S-58): d

Morrow Project Rotary-Wing Combat Air Assets: d
McDonnell Douglas MH-6 Little Bird helicopter: d
McDonnell Douglas AH-6 Little Bird helicopter: d
Bell Helicopter Textron AH-1G Huey Cobra attack helicopter: The AH-1G Huey Cobra is perhaps the most common military air asset that was acquired by the Morrow Project.
Hughes Helicopters AH-64 Apache helicopter gunship: The Morrow Project considered itself exceptionally lucky to be able to acquire a small fleet of AH-64 Apache helicopter gunships
McDonnell Douglas AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopter gunship: Perhaps the most rare of Morrow Project air assets was the small fleet of twelve AH-64D Apache Longbow attach helicopter gunships. These helicopter gunships were such a rare and important asset that the Council of Tomorrow had ordered that these helicopters to be placed at the three main regional control bases, and would only be deployed under the direct authorization of the Senior Regional Directors with the approval of Prime Base.


Morrow Project Fixed-Wing Cargo Air Assets: While the Council for Tomorrow was impressed with the capacity of the C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft they realized that these large cargo planes could not land on smaller less maintained civil airstrips that the Morrow Project would find itself having to utilize to resupply field teams and survivor communities. Thus the decision to purchase as many of the decommissioned surplus smaller cargo aircraft that wouldn’t raise any alarms.

C-<> cargo aircraft:
Lockheed C-130A Hercules cargo aircraft:
Douglas C-47B Skytrain cargo aircraft: d
Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar Cargo aircraft: d
de Havilland Canada C-2B Caribou cargo aircraft: d
Chase Aircraft C-123B Provider cargo aircraft: d

Beechcraft C-12A Huron military utility twin turbo-prop aircraft:
Beechcraft King Air civil utility twin turbo-prop aircraft: The Council for Tomorrow purchased a small fleet of Beechcraft King Air turbo-prop aircraft to act as VIP transports, thus these aircraft have been equipped with exceptional communications suites and protective counter-measures to ensure the survival of their passengers.

Helio Aircraft Company U-10A Heliocourier light C/STOL fixed-wing utility aircraft: d

Morrow Project Fixed-Wing Reconnaissance Air Assets: d

North American Rockwell OV-10D Bronco light attack and observation aircraft:
Grumman OV-1B Mohawk observation and attack aircraft:
Grumman JOV-1A Mohawk observation and attack aircraft:
Cessna O-1B Bird Dog liaison and observation aircraft:

Pilatus PC-6C Turbo-Porter passenger and utility transport aircraft:

Morrow Project Fixed-Wing Combat Air Assets: d
Douglas AC-47 Spooky Fixed-wing gunship aircraft: d
Fairchild AC-119G Shadow fixed-wing gunship aircraft: d

Morrow Project Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Air Assets: d

Ryan AQM-91 Firefly reconnaissance UAV:
AeroVironment DE-903 Dragon Eye reconnaissance UAV: The Morrow Project acquired the USMC designed DE-903 Dragon Eye UAV
AeroVironment FQM-151 Pointer reconnaissance UAV:
AeroVironment RQ-11A Raven reconnaissance UAV: The Morrow Project acquired the RQ-11A Raven UAV in 2004, to late for many Recon Teams to be equipped with them prior to the Holocaust. But during the 2006 resupply and modernization of those already emplaced teams, almost a fourth of the Recon and MARS Teams were equipped with RQ-11A Raven UAV.



Morrow Project Wheeled Ground Vehicles: The largest amount of vehicles that the Council for Tomorrow was able to acquire for the Morrow Project was a wide variety of ground vehicles produced by Cadillac Gage thanks to the presence of the company’s CEO being on the Council for Tomorrow.
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort 4x4 armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort w/ M40A2 106mm Recoilless Rifle carrier 4x4 armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort w/ 20mm turret 4x4 armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort w/ TOW II ATGM carrier 4x4armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort w/ 40mm Mk-19 Auto Grenade Launcher turret 4x4 armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort w/ M2HB & MAG turret 4x4armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Scout Recon Convoy Escort Armored Command Vehicle 4x4 armored car:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger MCP (Mobile Command Post) 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage Commando Ranger 4x4 armored personnel carrier:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4 light armored vehicle:
Cadillac Gage LAV-300 6x6 light armored vehicle: Command, Armored Personnel Carrier, Anti-Tank (TOW), Military Logistics, Ambulance, Armored Recovery Vehicle, 20mm turret, Mortar carrier.
Cadillac Gage M1117 4x4 Armored Security Vehicle: d
Ford Motor Company XR-311 4x4 light attack vehicle: The FMC XR-311 4x4 light attack vehicle was the light unarmored vehicle workhorse of the Morrow Project, the Council for Tomorrow was able to purchase large quantities of the experimental all-terrain multi-purpose jeep without drawing attention of the United States government.
Chenowth Racing Products 4x4 Fast Attack Vehicle: The Council for Tomorrow acquired large quantities of the Chenowth Racing Products 4x4 Fast Attack Vehicle for use in a combat support role.
Panhard Véhicule Blindé Léger 4x4 amphibious Light armoured vehicle: In the 1990s the Council of Tomorrow used a great deal of connections with European industrialists whom allowed them to acquire quantities of the Panhard VBL to replace the dwindling numbers of Commando Scout armored cars in the Morrow Project inventory.


Morrow Project Tracked Ground Vehicles:
Rheinimetall AG Wiesel 1 AWC (Armored Weapon Carrier): Recon, ATM TOW, BTM208 (SAMM BTM208 Turret w/MG3 & M2HB Machineguns), MK20 (Rheinmetall MK20 Rh202 20mm cannon)
Rheinimetall AG Wiesel 2 AWC (Armored Weapon Carrier): Ambulance, APC (3 crew, 4 passengers), Command, Mortar (120mm Mortar), Argus (Recon), Pionier (Combat Engineer), Primus (recon and fire control)

Morrow Project Special Ground Vehicles: The Council for Tomorrow financed the construction of a fleet of purpose-built specialist vehicles.
Science One: d
MARS One: d

Morrow Project Air Cushioned Vehicles: The Council for Tomorrow early on made a choice to make extensive use of Air Cushioned Vehicles in those areas where an ACV would be able to operate in its best element.
Bell SK-5 Air Cushioned Vehicle: d
Flying Dutchman MARS Air Cushioned Vehicle: The Council for Tomorrow
Quequod Flying Science Laboratory Air Cushioned Vehicle: The Council for Tomorrow
Albatross Light Recon Air Cushioned Vehicle: The Council for Tomorrow
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