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Smaller, lighter and faster than the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle, the MATV has become the U.S. military's' off-road vehicle of choice, ideally suited for operating in mountainous terrain.
And, maybe more than that, the United States doesn't see itself as needing every single one of the 24,000 MRAPs designed for combat over sprawling, difficult terrain against bomb-making insurgents.
And, maybe more than that, the United States doesn't see itself as needing every single one of the 24,000 MRAPs designed for combat over sprawling, difficult terrain against bomb-making insurgents.
Each service now manages its own fleet of vehicles, with the Marines aligning the MRAP program under Program Executive Office Land Systems in 2013. Today, the DOD continues to use MRAPS for training and with some strategically positioned to meet future contingencies.
Oshkosh M-ATVDesignerOshkosh / PlasanDesigned2009ManufacturerOshkosh CorporationUnit cost$470,000+26 more rows
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The MRAP is also heat-resistant. The truck's passenger compartment is bulletproof and designed to withstand a mine blast with a v-shaped undercarriage.
The vehicle can carry up to 12 fully equipped infantrymen on military grade certified blast attenuation seats, in a 4×4 configuration. It is also offered in a 6×6 configuration, which can accommodate up to 14 personnel.
International MaxxPro International M1224 MaxxPro MRAPDesignerInternational Truck/PlasanDesigned2007ManufacturerInternational TruckProduced2007\u2013present20 more rows
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP; /\u02c8\u025bmræp/ EM-rap) is a term for United States military light tactical vehicles produced as part of the MRAP program that are designed specifically to withstand improvised explosive device (IED) attacks and ambushes.
The Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) family of vehicles provides Soldiers with highly survivable multimission platforms capable of mitigating improvised explosive devices, rocket-propelled grenades, explosively formed penetrators, underbody mines and small arms fire threats which produce the greatest number of ...

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