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Special Purposes

Oshkosh Defense, LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation company, is showcasing its Special Purposes All-Terrain Vehicle (S-ATV) at the Special Operations Forces Exhibition & Conference (SOFEX), taking place May 8-10 in Amman, Jordan.

The S-ATV is lightweight and agile, with a modular design to meet a diverse range of mission requirements
The S-ATV is lightweight and agile, with a modular design to meet a diverse range of mission requirements

The S-ATV is lightweight and agile, with a modular design to meet a diverse range of mission requirements for armed forces in the United States, Middle East, and around the world.

«Building on the success of Oshkosh’s proven off-road military vehicles, the Oshkosh S-ATV is a military-grade platform that is rugged, versatile, and built for speed», said Mike Ivy, Vice President and General Manager of International Programs, Oshkosh Defense. «With its superior levels of off-road mobility and maneuverability, as well as its ability to disembark aircraft with primary weapons ready to fire in 60 seconds or less, the S-ATV enables Special Forces units to deploy quickly with stealth and agility in the most severe environments».

The S-ATV comes equipped with the Oshkosh TAK-4i intelligent independent suspension system, providing soldiers with superior maneuverability and a smooth ride. The Oshkosh S-ATV can operate in the harshest terrain with a 70 percent off-road profile capability and cruising range of 800 km/497 miles at 110 kilometers per hour/68 mph, with a top speed of 145 kph/90 mph.

The S-ATV is available in multiple configurations with varying protection levels, making the platform easily transportable via both fixed and rotary-wing platforms; it can be carried internally in a CH-47 Chinook or externally under either a CH-47 Chinook or CH-53 Stallion.

Oshkosh Exhibits S-ATVs at SOFEX Show in Jordan
Oshkosh Exhibits S-ATVs at SOFEX Show in Jordan

 

Overview

Rugged, roll-over protected frame safeguards crew at high speeds and over uneven terrain

Turbocharged Duramax diesel engine with a top speed of 145 kph/90 mph and outstanding power-to-weight ratio

Completed 400-hour NATO engine durability test

Light weight design with exceptional payload capacity

Adaptable, modular design to easily reconfigure and upgrade to mission requirements

Proven TAK-4i intelligent independent suspension system with 438 mm (17.25 inches) of wheel travel and a 70% off-road mission profile

Transportable via CH-47 Chinook and CH-53 Stallion rotary wing aircraft

Low ground pressure and lightweight design with unmatched sand and soft soil mobility

Engine cooling system allows continuous full power operation at ambient temperatures up to 54°C (130°F)

Integrated mounting provisions for a wide variety of armaments and ballistic protection options

Plug and play Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) capabilities to adapt to mission requirements

 

General Characteristics

Engine Duramax 6.6L V8 diesel, 205 kW/275 hp
Transmission Allison 2100 SP automatic 6-speed
Transfer Case 2-speed with neutral – locking differential, 1.18:1 high, 3.21:1 low
Axles/Suspension Oshkosh TAK-4i intelligent independent suspension system
Tires 335/80 R20 on-road, off-road with beadlocks and runflats
Suspension (Durability) Profile 70% off-road/30% on-road
Seating Capacity 5 (4 crew plus 1 gunner) driver in center location, optional kit allows up to 7 crew
Vehicle Curb Weight 3,740 kg/8,250 lbs.
Payload Capacity 1,930 kg/4,250 lbs.
Turret Capacity Turret ring with gunner’s sling
Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS) Optional 2 channel system with 4 terrain settings