“A 2-door light tactical military truck with lots of room in the back for cargo or passengers. Great for raiding a compound or rolling around with rappers or soccer moms, all of which need over-sized armored SUVs to travel through busy city centers.” ―Unused Warstock Cache & Carry description.
Not much was known about the vehicle, other than an unused website description and a police scanner in the files that refer to it as the “Mammoth Squaddie”. In a Lifeinvader picture for Warstock Cache & Carry, under the “ATV” category, there is a Patriot-based vehicle that matches with the description of the unused assets, implying that this vehicle is the Squaddie. Low-detailed examples can be also seen in the same picture, on the image of the beta Titan. Based on the image, this version combined elements from the Hummer H2 and a Hummer H1/AM General HMMWV (specifically the M1097 variant, given the configuration). The front grille, headlights, hood, flared fenders and bottom sides were identical to the Patriot, but featured a small utility bumper, non-chromed front section, a square-shaped cabin, a split windshield and what seems to be a black air intake snorkel on the hood. The rear appears to feature side guard rails and canopy frames over it, presumably having enough room for passengers, similar to the Bodhi and the Bison. Like the Crusader and the Barracks, the vehicle featured a desert camo livery. “Long gone are the days of playing army men with other kids. Now you play army men with grownups. And what’s more grownup than giving each other a high and tight before piling into an armored truck, stripping to the waist and making revving noises? It’s just like the old days, but your mom’s not there to make you snacks.” ―Warstock Cache & Carry description.