International Saratoga 2011 Lightweight Tactical Vehicle Design

International Saratoga 2011 Lightweight Tactical Vehicle Design – The Navistar International Saratoga was introduced in 2011. This light tactical vehicle was developed by Navistar Defense. The vehicle has a payload capacity of 3260 kg. It can also tow a trailer or light artillery. The cabin accommodates the driver and three full army, plus and optional shooters. International Saratoga 2011 can be customized to meet various needs. Navistar International Saratoga 2011 as a military vehicle that can be equipped with metallic or ceramic armor to enhance protection. This tactical vehicle holds small arms fire, shrapnel artillery and IED explosion. Navistar International Saratoga 2011 can be armed with a 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine gun mounted on the roof, or a 40-mm automatic grenade launcher. It can also be installed with weapon stations that are controlled remotely. International Saratoga 2011 uses a number of available Navistar automotive components. The tactical vehicle is powered by a 6 liter MaxxForce turbocharged diesel engine, developing 340 hp, which is also developed by Navistar. The engine is paired with Allison 6 speed automatic transmission. International Saratoga 2011 is equipped with a central tire inflation system. The vehicle has a hydropneumatic suspension and can kneel, so the height is reduced to 1.93 m. This feature is used for air transport and storage on board. International Saratoga 2011

International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 Ultimate Armored Vehicle

International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 Ultimate Armored Vehicle – The coolest series of vehicles in the world have added armored variants to the International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 (Military – Armored Vehicles) which are featured for the first time at the Ground Proving Grounds US Army. International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 is an armored vehicle platform vehicle designed to provide new ballistic and blast protection levels on the battlefield and counter the new threats of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 This is a derivative of the 4×4 MXT Pickup that makes an ideal base for being so large that the crew cabin can accommodate five soldiers easily and trays can carry jet skis or motorcycles with tailgate ups. Not surprisingly, the International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 can handle heavy armor easily, especially at long distances, difficult terrain and when maneuverability is critical. International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 is powered by an international 300 hp V8 diesel engine with 530 lb.-ft. torque, additional armor does not adversely affect the vehicle’s superior payload capability, crane capacity or durability. The cabin can be configured to fit as many as six crew members with complete gear, the International MXT-MVA Double Cab 2007 is flexible enough to accommodate various weapons, navigation and communication systems and applications such as convoy protection, field shelters, ambulances and communications units, which are perfectly integrated with the company’s multiplexed power system.

Husky TSV 2009 Tactical Military Vehicle Flexible

Husky TSV 2009 Tactical Military Vehicle Flexible – Husky TSV 2009 is a high-mobility tactical vehicle Tactical Support Vehicle (TSV) based on the International truck model. The vehicle was specially designed for the Army’s military. The Army’s tactical fleet of tactical vehicles is very flexible which can be used to transport supplies. Husky will support light armored vehicles. Husky TSV 2009 is part of the operational vehicle utility system program (OUVS) launched in 2003. The vehicle is equipped with commonly-installed multi-purpose machine gun and remote controlled weapon system with door port and glass ignition. The weapons included in the weapon system have a caliber of up to 12.7mm. Husky TSV 2009’s robust framework is capable of being up-armored while retaining its maneuverability, hauling and braking capacity. This armor has been designed to have two removable armor gear, A-kit and B-kit. Husky TSV 2009 is powered by MaxxForce D6.0L V8 engine. It provides 340hp (254kW) and can be driven at a maximum speed of 70mph. Each single Nato fuel derivative can be used to refuel the engine. The Husky is equipped with Hutchinson wheels with a bead lock retention system and Michelin 395 / 85R20 radial tires.