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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 casualties in Overseas Contingency Operations.

The Army MRAP enduring fleet is comprised of two primary vehicle platforms, the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) and the MaxxPro Family of Vehicles. This versatile family of vehicles performs the mission roles of Armored Personnel Carrier, Weapons Carrier, Convoy Protection Platform, Key Leader Vehicle, Command Post and Armored Ambulance.


MRAP provides light forces with protected mobility and mounted firepower to perform Wide Area Security while countering threats employing asymmetric tactics. They provide a rapid motorization capability for Brigade Combat Teams as the mission transitions from decisive operations to stability, or perform rear-area security during decisive operations.


  • Key components (transmissions, engines, etc.) vary between vehicles, consisting of common commercial and military parts
  • Combat weight (fully loaded without add-on armor): 34,000-48,000 pounds
  • Payloads: In the 4,000-pound range
  • Engine: 370-375 horsepower
  • Operational range: 300-370 miles


1QFY16-4QFY18: Continued support of MRAP vehicles fielded to units and in response to urgent theater requirements
4QFY16: Completed RESET of MaxxPro Long Wheel-Base Ambulance
4QFY17: Attained Full Material Release (FMR) for MaxxPro vehicles
1QFY18: Completed M-ATV RESET/Standardization of the 5,395 enduring requirement
3QFY18: Completed RESET of MaxxPro Dash


  • Completed Fielding of MaxxPro Long Wheel-Base Ambulance
  • Fielding of MaxxPro Dash ongoing


2QFY18-2QFY20: System National Maintenance Work Requirement underway
1QFY19: MaxxPro Dash planned fieldings complete
2QFY19: MaxxPro transitions to Sustainment
1QFY20: M-ATV to achieve FMR

  • M-ATV continues to field as Associated Support Items of Equipment to Project Manager Prophet
  • M-ATV continues to field to Explosive Ordnance Disposal units in accordance with letter of agreement with the U.S. Army National Guard

Foreign Military Sales

Afghanistan, Burundi, Croatia, Djibouti, Iraq, Jordan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Spain, Uganda and Uzbekistan


  • Navistar Defense (Warrenville, IL)
  • Oshkosh Corporation (Oshkosh, WI)