A combination of the words rocket-soldier and humvee.
The phrase comes from strategy computer games, where you can load cars with rocket-soldiers, as they can shoot out of the vehicle to damage enemies, and are at the same time protected by the armor of the car.
Best known from its use in Command and Conquer: Generals.
I rushed my enemy with 2 rockvees. He gave up strait away.
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