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Program Manager Medium & Heavy Tactical Vehicles

Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles

MRAPs are heavily-armored vehicles that provide protected mobility from improvised explosive devices, small arms fire, and other explosive threats. The MRAP family of vehicles is comprised of three variants: the M-ATV, the Cougar, and the Buffalo.

Logistics Vehicle System Replacement (LVSR)

The LVSR replaced the LVS heavy-tactical wheeled vehicle. The LVSR cargo variant transports several cargoes: bulk liquids (fuel and water); ammunition; standardized containers; bulk, break bulk and palletized cargo; and bridging equipment. The LVSR features an on-road payload capacity of 22.5 tons and an off-road payload capacity of 16.5 tons. The LVSR has been heavily used in contingency operations as well as missions in support of humanitarian operations.

P-19 Replacement (P-19R) Fire Truck

The P-19R provides rescue and firefighting capabilities to permanent and expeditionary airfields throughout the Marine Corps. The P-19R provides the MAGTF a critical firefighting capability for airfield operations as well as the ability to augment other facility firefighting resources.

Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR)

The MTVR replaced Vietnam-era, 5-ton trucks with state-of-the-art commercial automotive technology. The unarmored MTVR has an increased payload of 7.1 tons off-road and 15 tons on-road. There are several variants of the MTVR for different missions. More than 1,000 MTVRs saw service in Iraq and Afghanistan and this platform has been heavily used in contingency operations as well as missions in support humanitarian operations.


Program Manager Medium & Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM M&HTV) expertly manages the acquisition and life-cycle sustainment of medium and heavy tactical vehicle systems in a rapid, decisive manner to support the operating forces and their mission.