The Mobile Instrument Support Vehicle was built by Clegg Industries for the U.S. Army and is used in testing missions of the U.S. Army Field Artillery Board, Fort Sills, Oklahoma. The vehicle is a self-contained unit with accommodations for several personnel as well as various types of equipment.
Special features of the vehicle include a rear equipment lift, two 15KW generators, two hundred feet of power cable for shorepower access and an electric or manual cable reel for quick and easy reloading of power cables. It also has custom cabinet work for computer accommodations and a custom antenna platform on the roof.
In May 1988, Clegg Industries completed and delivered this vehicle to Fort Sills, Oklahoma.