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                            Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Australian Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Austrian Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Azerbaijani Light Unarmored Vehicles
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	Indian Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Israeli Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Italian Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Japanese Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Jordanian Light Unarmored Vehicles
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	UAE Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Ukrainian Light Unarmored Vehicles
	US Light Unarmored Vehicles
	Yugoslavian Light Unarmored Vehicles
                        
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Light Unarmored Vehicles

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LIGHT UNARMORED VEHICLES


Australian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Austrian Light Unarmored Vehicles

Azerbaijani Light Unarmored Vehicles
Belgian Light Unarmored Vehicles

Brazilian Light Unarmored Vehicles
British Light Unarmored Vehicles

Canadian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Chinese Light Unarmored Vehicles
Czech Light Unarmored Vehicles
Dutch Light Unarmored Vehicles

Egyptian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Filipino Light Unarmored Vehicles
French Light Unarmored Vehicles
German Light Unarmored Vehicles

Hungarian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Indian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Israeli Light Unarmored Vehicles
Italian Light Unarmored Vehicles

Japanese Light Unarmored Vehicles
Jordanian Light Unarmored Vehicles

North Korean Light Unarmored Vehicles
Pakistani Light Unarmored Vehicles

Polish Light Unarmored Vehicles
Portuguese Light Unarmored Vehicles
Romanian Light Unarmored Vehicles

Russian Light Unarmored Vehicles
Singaporean Light Unarmored Vehicles

South African Light Unarmored Vehicles
South Korean Light Unarmored Vehicles

Spanish Light Unarmored Vehicles
Swedish Light Unarmored Vehicles

Swiss Light Unarmored Vehicles
Turkish Light Unarmored Vehicles

UAE Light Unarmored Vehicles
Ukrainian Light Unarmored Vehicles

US Light Unarmored Vehicles
Yugoslavian Light Unarmored Vehicles

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Australian Light Unarmored Vehicles

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Land Rover 110 Heavy-Duty Truck

Notes: This Australian development of the Land Rover Defender 110 is a stretched version of that vehicle with a beefed-up, heavy-
duty 6x6 suspension for an increased cargo capacity. It uses a more powerful engine and a wider, longer body, but the 110 Heavy
Duty Truck retains almost 50% parts commonality with the Defender 110 series, and the Defender 110’s less powerful 111
horsepower diesel engine may be used in the Heavy Duty Truck. The front of the vehicle has a winch with a capacity of 4 tons. The
primary user of this vehicle in Australian service is the SAS, but units that must operate in the outback also use some.

Vehicle Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

111 hp $10,403 D, A 2 tons 5.6 tons 2+12 2 Headlights Open

121 hp $10,438 D, A 2 tons 5.63 tons 2+12 2 Headlights Open

Vehicle Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

111 hp 170/68 43/17 130 41 Stnd W(3) HF1 HS1 HR1

121 hp 178/72 45/18 130 44 Stnd W(3) HF1 HS1 HR1

OKA

Notes: The OKA is a military adaptation of a series of Australian light trucks designed for durability under harsh conditions. The
construction is modular and the OKA can be adapted to a wide variety of roles. The cab is reinforced against roll over damage to the
occupants, and an optional roll cage can be added to the cargo bed too. Some OKAs have a front mounted winch with a capacity of
3.7 tons. These vehicles are in service with the Australian Army and with the United Arab Emirates.

Vehicle Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

Standard $10,174 D, A 2 tons 5.5 tons 2+9 2 Headlights Open

With Winch $13,412 D, A 2 tons 5.5 tons 2+9 3 Headlights Open

Vehicle Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

(Both) 172/68 43/17 105 40 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

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Israeli Light Unarmored Vehicles

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M-325 Commandcar

Notes: The Commandcar is the predecessor of the Abir listed below. It is used by Israel and has seen some export sales. The cab
may be open or closed, and a machinegun mount may be located in front of the commander's position. There are several cargo
bodies. A hard-bodied ambulance may carry 4 stretcher cases or 12 seated wounded, and has air conditioning. The basic cargo body
is canvas-covered, and has a towing hook at the rear; in this version, the seats are on the outside facing inward. The
patrol/reconnaissance body is the same, but the seats are down the center facing outward, and there is a weapon mount and a
searchlight mount on each side of the cargo area. A box body is available, which may carry a variety of shelters and containers.

Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

$4,989 G, A 1.95 tons 2.55 tons 2+12 2 Headlights Open

Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

182/74 46/19 144 73 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

M-462 Abir

Notes: The Abir is a multipurpose 4x4 tactical truck used by Israel. The layout is conventional, and the vehicle has some resemblance
to the soft-top version of the HMMWV. The vehicle has been designed with crew and passenger comfort in mind, with a heavy-duty
suspension, high all-round visibility, and automatic transmission. Three weapon mounts are provided, one on each side of the cargo
area and one in front of the commander's seat. Variants include a TOW ATGM carrier, communications shelter carrier,
command/intelligence vehicle, and ambulance.

Vehicle Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

Diesel $4,642 D, A 1.89 tons 2.81 tons 3+10 2 Headlights Open

Gas $4,587 G, A 1.89 tons 2.76 tons 3+10 2 Headlights Open

Vehicle Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

Diesel 256/102 64/26 144 63 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

Gas 240/96 60/24 144 114 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

Matmar CJ-5/CJ-6

Notes: From the mid-1970s to early 1980s, Matmar Industries manufactured the Jeep CJ-5 and the long wheelbase version, the CJ-6,
under license. (Matmar is no longer in business.) These included militarized models, with improved suspensions and reinforced
frames, in addition to other changes necessary for military operations. By the mid-1990s, most of these were out of active IDF service,
but could still be found with reserves, local defense units, and with the police. The body panels of the Matmar versions are made from
heavy 18-gauge steel, and have a soft top and doors which may be removed if desired. A roll bar behind the front seats is standard,
along with a folding frame for the soft top. The floor of the rear cargo/passenger area is ribbed to increase strength, and the rear seat
(or seats, in the case of the CJ-6) may be folded upwards to increase cargo space. The windshield may be folded down onto the hood.
Options include various weapons mounts (normally on a post behind the front seats or on the roll bar), a front-mounted winch, a
heater, and mounts for two stretchers. Variants include the Tolar variant of the CJ-6, which mounts a 106mm recoilless rifle, and is
fitted with ammunition racks, an additional fire extinguisher, equipment for the recoilless rifle, and a rack at the rear for additional jerry
cans. There are command and radio variants of both the CJ-5 and CJ-5; these versions have extra lights on the roll bar for the interior,
a strengthened electrical system, and various mounts and racks as necessary for its duties. A reconnaissance version machinegun
mounts on the roll bar, at the rear, and in front of the commander’s seat. It also has racks for two radios and a base for a long
antenna, as well as storage for ammunition.

Vehicle Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

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Israeli Light Unarmored Vehicles

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CJ-5 $3,560 G, A 691 kg 2.04 tons 1+3 1 Headlights Open

CJ-6 $3,594 G, A 820 kg 2.2 tons 1+7 1 Headlights Open

Vehicle Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

CJ-5 294/89 74/26 58 39 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

CJ-6 278/84 70/25 58 39 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

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US Light Unarmored Vehicles

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light, but strong vehicle capable of great road and off road speed. It is capable of carrying an astonishing amount of passengers or
stretchers, despite its small size. The tires are run flats, and the RATT can use HMMWV tires as a field expedient.

Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological
$3,171 G, A 1.36 tons 1.27 tons 3+6 Stretchers 2 Headlights Open


Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor
284/114 71/29 76 81 Stnd W(2) HF0 HS0 HR0


RAMP-V (RApid MultiPurpose Vehicle)
Notes: Also known as the GPV (General Purpose Vehicle), the RAMP-V is the load carrier counterpart to the US’s fast attack
vehicles. It is used by special operations forces for casualty evacuation and command and control as well as to carry heavy weapons
and other large loads. A wide variety of weapons mounts, up to four, may be mounted on the roll bar frame.

Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological
$3,400 (Gas) G, A 1 ton 1.1 tons 2+6 1 Headlights Open

$3,400 (Diesel) D, A 1 ton 1.1 tons 2+6 1 Headlights Open


Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor
410/164 103/41 70 103 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1
410/164 103/41 70 51 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

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Yugoslavian Light Unarmored Vehicles

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IMR TARA

Notes: This appears to be based on a Pinzgauer design, but has a longer wheelbase than it’s nearest comparable Pinzgauer
counterpart and numerous other changes. A tarpaulin may cover the rear area, and the cab is enclosed with a heater. The windshield
may be folded forward to allow fire through the front of the vehicle. The TARA is issued with a camouflage net and is insulated against
radio interference (jamming attempts degrade radios inside the vehicle one level less, and it is also somewhat resistant to EMP).
There is a small winch in the front with a capacity of 1 ton, and some vehicles are fitted with an air conditioner. Variants of the basic
vehicle include a minibus, a pickup (with or without an enlarged cab), a hard bodied van, and a shelter or container carrier.

Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

$3,501 D, A 1.2 tons 2.3 tons 2+5 2 Headlights Open

Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

178/72 45/18 70 27 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

Zastava AR-51

Notes: The AR-51 is basically the Italian Fiat AR-59 built under license in Yugoslavia, with a slightly different front end housing a
Yugoslavian-made engine of somewhat less power than that of the AR-59 (only 48 horsepower). As with the AR-59, the AR-51 has
two individual front seats and two bench seats on either side of the rear cargo area, which may be folded up to increase cargo space.
The AR-51 has a soft top over bows; when they are not in use, the bows are removed and the tarpaulin cover rolled up, and they are
strapped to the rear of the vehicle. In Yugoslavian service, the AR-51 is used primarily for command and liaison, as well as to tow the
M-52 120mm mortar, the M-55 triple 20mm antiaircraft gun, and the 76mm M-48 field gun. There is also an ambulance version.
Though the AR-51 is still being used in some numbers by the Yugoslavians, it has to some extent been replaced by Fiat Campagnolas
built under license in Yugoslavia. The AR-51 is also used by Myanmar (Burma) in small numbers.

Price Fuel Type Load Veh Wt Crew Mnt Night Vision Radiological

$3,360 D, A 480 kg 1.32 tons 1+5 1 Headlights Open

Tr Mov Com Mov Fuel Cap Fuel Cons Config Susp Armor

252/75 63/19 58 21 Stnd W(2) HF1 HS1 HR1

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