AAVC7A1 is an armored amphibious tracked vehicle. It is an amphibious communication center for landing operations and for post-landing security.
The AAVP7A1 is an armored amphibious tracked vehicle. It is intended for the transport of units during airborne operations from the ship to the shore. After landing, he continues to support troops on the ground.
AAVR7A1 is an armored amphibious tracked vehicle. It is designed to save similar or equally large vehicles.
The four-wheeled ASV 150 transporter was originally developed and manufactured by Textron from Louisiana for the needs of the US Military Police. The four-wheeled armored vehicle with a turret is also adapted for this. The first armor was delivered to the army in 1999. They underwent a fire test in Kosovo. Until the launch of Operation Enduring Freedom in Iraq in 2003, the Military Police had about fifty of them available.
Kabul had just woken up in the morning. A small but even more robust military convoy was leaving the Allied base at the international airport. It consisted of four eight-wheeled Panduras with the designations of the Army of the Czech Republic.
It provides the main mobility to reach and attack the enemy, mobility to provide effective fire support, fire support against light and armored targets and protection of combat units.