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Medium & Heavy Tactical Vehicles


Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicles expertly manages the acquisition and life-cycle sustainment of Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicle Systems in a rapid, decisive manner to support the Fleet Marine Force.




The Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) is a medium lift tactical vehicle capable of transporting 7.1 ton off-road payload, 15-ton on-road payload, and is available in 6 variants; cargo, extended wheelbase cargo, dump, tractor, wrecker, and Re-Supply Vehicle (RSV). Variants come both armored and unarmored. Some armored variants have reducible height armor for greater shipboard transport flexibility. MTVRs were produced from 2000-2015. Item exit date is 2042.

The Medium Tactical Truck (MTT) will be the replacement to the MTVR.  The program is working to inform the final requirements that will strive to maintain the current capability of the MTVR while improving upon areas such as fuel efficiency, exportable power, anti-rollover controls, and embedded diagnostics.  The program is also looking at a smaller more mobile variant that doesn’t currently exist within the MTVR fleet.




AMK970 5000-Gallon Semitrailer Refueler: The MK970 is a military-adapted commercial semi-trailer fuel tanker with a capacity of 5,000 gallons, plus three-percent capacity for expansion of the fuel. The tankers are capable of aviation refueling / defueling and ground vehicle refueling. The MK970 is used to transport fuel over primary, secondary unimproved roads and cross-country, and to provide filtered aviation and automotive fuel dispensing capability.

M353 3.5-Ton General Purpose Trailer Chassis: The M353 trailer chassis is a single axle, 2-wheel, heavy-duty chassis designed to haul general payloads of up to 7,000 lbs.  It is used to integrate with equipment such as generators, air compressors or welders. 

M1095 HIMARS Re-supply Trailer​: The M1095 HIMARS Re-supply Trailer provides the HIMARS Launcher Vehicle a resupply of Multiple Launch Rocket Family of Munitions (MFOM) to support Marine Air Ground Task Forces in sustained operations ashore.

MK593 6-Ton Cargo Trailer: The MTVR Trailer is designed to augment the payload and complement the capabilities of the MTVR series of tactical vehicles. The trailer is a modular design capable of hauling break bulk cargo, generators, QUADCON, SIXCON, and engineering equipment. The trailer is designed to operate in extreme conditions and temperatures ranging from desert to arctic, supporting the MTVR mission profile.

M149 400-Gallon Trailer Tank: The M149A2 is a 400-gallon legacy water tank with a mission to transport potable and non-potable water on road and cross-country.  This trailer is insulated, constructed of double stainless steel walls, and is capable of providing heated water when used with the standard M67 immersion heater. This trailer can be towed by the MTVR Family of Vehicles.





The LVSR is a technologically advanced, versatile platform capable of performing multiple logistics mission profiles. Critical to mission success, the LVSR enables Marines to move equipment and supplies to wherever the mission calls. All variants are capable of supporting machine gun turrets providing security, and provide heavy equipment logistic support up to 30 tons.



The P-19R is the principal firefighting and crash response vehicle for the Marine Corps. The P-19R is equipped with fire suppression compounds, extinguishing agents, handheld extinguishers and specialized rescue tools. Marine Corps firefighters use the P-19R to extinguish aircraft fires, protect rescue personnel, cool explosive ordnance, extract aircrew and other fire-executing missions.



M870AE1 50-Ton Semitrailer and M870A2-S 40-Ton Semitrailer: The M870AE1 and M870A2-S Medium Heavy Equipment Transporters are capable of line-haul transport of equipment weighing up to 50 and 40 tons, respectively, on improved road surfaces.

M1076 and M1077 Flatrack Palletized Load System: Both the PLS-T M1076 and M1077 flatracks carry a flatrack payload of up to 33,000 lbs. The flatrack is loaded and unloaded using the truck Load Handling System (LHS). The PLS-T is transported by the LVSR cargo variant.

Flatrack Refueling Capability (FRC): The FRC is a self-contained refueling system consisting of a 2500-gallon tank, an on-board pump, a filter assembly, required hoses and equipment. The FRC will be transported by the LVSR cargo variant.


Program Executive Officer Land Systems