M30 Signal Corps general repair truck

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Not all signal corps vehicles were assigned a K number, some were assigned Ordnance numbers since they were just a variation of the CCKW repair van, officially called the Shop Truck ST-5 van body and ST-6 van body. It came in two versions, the M30 and M31.

  • M30 has isolated shock mount shelves for delicate equipment, 6 to 24VDC battery charger, air compressor, and more outlets and plug-ins to allow multiple units to be simultaneously tested.
  • M31 Has two repair benches for communications equipment. Includes hand and power tools and bench grinder. No generator provided.

Both had the ST-5 van body in common

repair Van

Signal repair van.jpg

CE-Museum-Photo1888 M30 truck.jpg

See Also

M10A1 and M10A2 Instrument Repair Truck

M12 Welding Truck


  • ORD 7 SNL G-235 Headquarters, Army Service Forces, Jan.11,1945, incl. changes 1,2 and 3

Adobe PDF icon.png ORD 7 SNL G-235 1945 Truck, 2 1/2-Ton, 6x6, Signal Corps Repair M30.

  • ORD 7 SNL G-229 Headquarters Army Service Forces, Jan.6, 1945 Organizational Spare Parts and Equipment for Truck 2 1/2-Ton, 6x6, Signal Corps General Repair, M31 and Truck, 2 1/2-Ton, 6x6, Small Arms Repair (Signal Corps), M7

Adobe PDF icon.png ORD 7 SNL G-229 1945