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M1224 MaxxPro MRAP American 4x4 Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP)

"Infantry Vehicles"
"Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs)"
"Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV)"
"United States"
"PRO_Czech Republic"
"PRO_South Korea (Republic of Korea)"
"PRO_United States of America"
notes"The MaxxPro is a 4 x 4 armored vehicle developed for the U.S. military's mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle program. The International M1224 MaxxPro MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicle is an armored fighting vehicle designed by American company Navistar International's subsidiary Navistar Defense along with the Israeli Plasan Sasa, who designed and manufactures the vehicle's armor. The vehicle was designed to take part in the US Military's Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle program, led by the US Marine Corps, as well as a similar US Army-led Medium Mine Protected Vehicle program. MRAPs are categorized as category 1 or category 2, depending on usage and passenger compartment space, and Navistar produces the MaxxPro in both sizes, although the vast majority of those sold have been category 1 MRAPs. The MaxxPro Plus model comes with dual rear wheels for increased load carrying capacity, such as an ambulance or EFP protected variant. The latest model produced is the MaxxPro Dash, which is a smaller and lighter category 1 model. Both the Plus and Dash models use the MaxxForce 10 engine with 375 hp, in place of the DT 530 with 330 hp, used in the original base model produced. The M1224 MaxxPro base model utilizes a crew capsule with a V-shaped hull, mounted on an International 7000 chassis. The V-hull deflects the blast of a land mine or improvised explosive device (IED) away from the vehicle to protect its occupants. Because the chassis is mounted outside the armored crew capsule, there are concerns that it will likely be destroyed in the event of an ambush, leaving the soldiers inside stranded. However, according to Navistar Defense spokesperson Roy Wiley, the MaxxPro "did extremely well during the tests, and we are extremely pleased."[6] This design may prove as effective as the Krauss-Maffei Wegmann ATF Dingo that uses a similar design, one which mounts an armored capsule to a Unimog chassis. This design has survived a 7 kg (15 lb) land mine blast with no injuries. According to Navistar Defense, the vehicle is designed with operational readiness in mind and utilizes standardized, easily available parts, to ensure rapid repair and maintenance. The armored body is bolted together instead of welded, as in other MRAPs. This facilitates repair in the field and is a contributing factor to Navistar's greater production capacity for the MaxxPro. In 2010, the Army initiated a development effort to add electronic stability control (ESC), a computerized technology designed to improve vehicle stability, to the MaxxPro. The MaxxPro's high ground clearance provides greater protection from underbody blasts, but also raises its center of gravity, causing rollovers in certain situations. The ESC combines road factors, vehicle data, and driver intent to automatically correct driving to ensure stability during maneuvers. Installation on MaxxPros began in late 2014 and is to be completed by late 2017, with other MRAPs planned to have ESC integrated onto them."
countryOfOrigin"United States"
proliferation"Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Georgia, Hungary, Iraq, Jordan, Lithuania, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea (Republic of Korea), Syria, Turkey, United States of America, Yemen"
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"Czech Republic"
"South Korea (Republic of Korea)"
"United States of America"
name"Alternative Designation"
value"M1224 MaxxPro MRAP"
value"Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP)"
value"International Truck"
value"Maxx Pro Series"
name"Passenger Capacity"
name"Payload Capacity"
value"4,536–6,350 kg"
value"6.45 m"
value"2.51 m"
value"3.05 m"
value"3.89 m"
name"Ground Clearance"
value"0.36 m"
name"Gross Weight"
value"12.7–13.4 tons"
name"Engine Name"
value"International MaxxForce D9.3I6"
name"Engine Type"
value"I-6 diesel"
name"Engine Power"
name"Engine Torque"
value"159 kg-m at 1,300 rpm"
value"Allison 3000 5-speed automatic"
name"Angle of Approach"
value"58 deg"
name"Angle of Departure"
value"46 deg to 48 deg"
value"70 deg"
name"Side Slope"
value"30 deg"
name"Turning Circle"
value"17.68 m to 20.73 m"
value"0.91 m"
name"Main Weapon System"
value"The MaxxPro MRAP can have a variety of weapons mounted to the turret. Most common weapon found on the MRAP is a 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun."
name"Hull Armor"
value"The MaxxPro MRAP is built to withstand ballistic arms fire, mine blasts, IEDs, and other emerging threats. Its V-shaped hull helps deflect blasts out and away from the crew and its armoring can be customized to meet any mission requirement."
name"Turret Armor"
name"Applique Armor"
value"Vehicle can be fitted with add-on armor"
name"Explosive Reactive Armor"
name"Active Protection System"
name"NBC Protection"
name"Smoke Equipment"
name"M1224 MaxxPro MRAP"
notes"Original Version, MRAP"
name"MaxxPro Plus M1234"
notes"On June 16, 2008 Navistar debuted a new version called MaxxPro Plus. MaxxPro Plus has increased engine power and payload, as well as Frag Kit 6 enhancements for increased explosively formed penetrator protection."
name"MaxxPro Dash M1235"
notes"On September 4, 2008 the U.S. Marine Corps awarded Navistar a $752 million contract to develop and produce a lighter, smaller, and more mobile MaxxPro variant that is less prone to the rollover problems that have plagued MRAP vehicles. MaxxPro Dash M1235A1 has a smaller turning radius and higher torque to weight ratio. Production of the MaxxPro Dash began in October 2008 with delivery of 822 units completed by February 2009."
name"MaxxPro Dash DXM M1235a1"
notes"MaxxPro Dash with improved DXM suspension system."
name"MaxxPro Dash DXM Ambulance"
notes"On May 5, 2011 Navistar Defense received a $183 million delivery order for 250 International MaxxPro Dash ambulances with DXM independent suspension."
name"MaxxPro XL"
notes"The MaxxPro XL is a Category II MRAP version of the MaxxPro. It is a larger and longer version of the base vehicle. Because it is longer, it has three bullet-resistant windows on each side, instead of two. The MaxxPro XL can carry up to 10 soldiers"
notes"There is also an MRAP Recovery Vehicle; 250 have been ordered. These are well suited to recovering other vehicles which have been damaged by IEDs. On July 18, 2011 Navistar Defense received a delivery order for an additional 140 MRV's with rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) nets from the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command."
notes"At Association of the United States Army 2013, a version called the Mission Command on the Move (MCOTM) was displayed as a command post with monitors, computers, and antennae mounted in the back for communications and surveillance. Five passengers can monitor incoming information, see unmanned aerial vehicle feeds, and keep track of where units are operating. The vehicle has an on-board transmission-integrated power generator that can produce up to 120 kilowatts of exportable power, which eliminates the need for a towed trailer and can single-handedly power a semi-permanent tactical operations center. It would allow commanders to be connected to dismounted troops and headquarters while on the move. The MCOTM version will undergo testing at the Army's network integration evaluations in February 2014."
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