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HUSKY

HUSKY

Vehicle Details

Description
Vehicle Specs
Armoring Features
Vehicle Options

The Husky is an adaptive vehicle system, producible in 4, 6, or 8 wheels variants for different mission requirements. All vehicles in the system use the same serviceable components - a true “vehicle system”, enabling the Husky’s configuration to be adapted in about 2 hours using different mission kits. Powered by a 600 hp Caterpillar Engine with 6 Speed Transmission, in a fully protected engine assembly, the Husky has a great amount of power available. The Husky also features driver selectable all-wheel steering, high wheel travel, joystick operated active suspension as well as lowering suspensions for quick troop ingress/egress. The vehicle features a modular armor system, which allows for changing survivability protection levels higher, lower or as required.

1. DIMENSIONS
Overall Length, mm 7650
Overall Width, mm 2430
Overall Height, mm 2630
Wheelbase, mm 4500
Track Width, mm 2032
Ground Clearance, mm 430-730 (adjustable)
2. VEHICLE LAYOUT
Body layout Monocoque
Seating layout 4 (Optional 6)
Doors 4
Roof turret with hatch Yes
3. WEIGHTS
Curb weight, kg 20000
Payload, kg 3600
Combat weight, kg 23600
4. POWERTRAIN
Engine make Caterpillar
Engine model C13
Engine type Turbo charged diesel I6
Displacement, l 12.5
Maximum Power, hp 600
Maximum Torque, Nm 2373
Fuel type diesel
Power to Weight Ratio at combat weight, hp/ton 25.4
Transmission automatic 6-speed
Fuel Tank Capacity, l 433
5. RUNNING GEAR
Driveline selectable 4x4
Axle and suspension FR Independent hydropneumatic with adjustable ride height
Axle and suspension RR Independent hydropneumatic with adjustable ride height
Transfer case 2 speed with center lock
Run flat inserts Yes
CTIS / STIS CTIS
Brakes FR Pneumatic discs
Brakes RR Pneumatic discs
6. MOBILITY
Top Speed, km/h 100
Turning Circle, m 14.94
Grade ability 70%
Static Side Slope 30%
Vertical Step, mm 610
Fording, mm 1540
8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Voltage 24V
Batteries 2
Alternator 570A
Auxiliary sockets 12V Yes
120 / 220V AC external power input Optional
NATO slave starting system Yes
Battery monitor Yes
7. PROTECTION
Ballistic protection ?
Mine Protection ?
Ballistic Protection Very high protection level; details on application
Mine Protection Details on application
1) Electric winch Standard, 30000 lbs
2) CBRN overpressure system Standard
3) Public address system Standard
4) Intercom Optional
5) Fire suppression system Standard, 4 zone
6) Auxiliary service battery with smart isolator switch and battery monitor Standard
7) Interior weapon mounts Optional
8) VHF/UHF communication system Optional
9) MF/HF communication system Optional
10) GPS Optional
11) DVR Optional
12) GSM based live video monitoring system Optional
13) Smoke grenade launchers Optional
14) Multiple launch system for smoke grenades Optional
15) Remote controlled weapon station Optional
16) Gunshot detection system Optional
17) Remote controlled search lights Optional
18) Forward looking thermal camera Optional
19) Reverse day/night camera Standard
20) Perimeter day/night cameras Optional
21) Outboard telescopic mast (pneumatically or electrically operated) Optional
22) IR driving and convoy lights Optional

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Armoring Levels

The Armored Group is supremely experienced in building highly capable HUSKY vehicles. There are a variety of armoring options for the HUSKY. No matter your armoring requirements, The Armored Group provides all levels of armor protection including CEN, NSA, NIJ, UL and VPAM. Don’t trust the safety of your personnel or your belongings to anyone else.

When you need an armored car, it must meet your threat level. The experts at The Armored Group work with you to determine the best armored level for your situation and outfit your armored car accordingly. Please contact our experts to learn more about the armoring options for the HUSKY.

Click the below armoring level tabs to learn more about each armoring level.

CEN, the European Committee of Standardization, is an association that brings together the National Standardization Bodies of 34 European Countries.

CEN provides a platform for the development of European Standards and other technical documents in relation to various kinds of products, materials, services and processes.

CEN supports standardization activities in relation to a wide range of fields and sectors including: air and space, chemicals, construction, consumer products, defense and security, energy, the environment, food and feed, health and safety, healthcare, ICT, machinery, materials, pressure equipment, services, smart living, transport and packings.
Level Weapon Caliber Weight (G) Range (M) Speed (M/S) # Shots
B1 22LR Weapon Type .22LR 2.6 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 360 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B2 9mm Luger Weapon Type 9mm Luger 8.0 ± 0.1 5.00 ± 0.5 400 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B3 357 Magnum Weapon Type .357 Magnum 10.2 ± 0.1 5.00 ± 0.5 430 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B4 44 Magnum Weapon Type .44 Magnum 15.6 ± 0.1 5.00 ± 0.5 440 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B5 5.56 x 45mm Weapon Type 5.56x45mm / SS109 & M193 4.0 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 950 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B6 7.62 x 51mm Ball Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm / M80 Nato Ball 9.5 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 830 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
B7 7.62 x 51mm AP Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm AP 9.8 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 820 ± 10 Number of Shot - 3
The chart above represents CEN EN 1063, 1522/1523 ballistic standards for the performance of bullet resistant materials. This chart has been designed for ease of understanding the poritection levels our clients desire for their armored vehicles.
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In Nato a Standardization Agreement (STANAG) defines processes, procedures, terms, and conditions, for a common military or technical procedures or equipments between the member countries of the alliance. Each NATO state ratifies a STANAG and implements it within their own military.

The purpose is to provide common operational and administrative procedures and logistics, so one member nation's military may use the store and support of another member's military.

STANAGs also form the basis for technical interoperability between a wide variety of communication and information systems (CIS) essential for NATO and Allied operations.
Level Weapon Caliber Weight (G) Range (M) Speed (M/S) Enery (J)
1 7.62 x 51mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm / M80 Nato Ball 9.5 30 833 3,296
1 5.56 x 45mm Weapon Type 5.56 x 45mm / SS109 4 30 900 1,620
1 5.56 x 45mm Weapon Type 5.56 x 45mm / M193 3.56 30 937 1,563
2 7.62 x 39mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 39mm / API BZ Round 7.77 30 695 1,877
3 7.62 x 54mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 54mm / B32 API Round 8.4 30 854 3,647
4 14.5mm x 114 Weapon Type 14.5mm x 114 / B32 API Round 63.4 200 911 26,308
Blast Threat
Level Threat Description
1 DM-31 Anti-Personnel Mine
HG-85 Hand Grenade
DM-51 Hand Grenade
Various Unexploded Subminitions
2 6 KG Blast Anti-Tank Mine
A. Mine explosion pressure activated under any wheel or track locations
B. Mine explosion under vehicle center
3 8 KG Blast Anti-Tank Mine
A. Mine explosion pressure activated under any wheel or track locations
B. Mine explosion under vehicle center
4 10 KG Blast Anti-Tank Mine
A. Mine explosion pressure activated under any wheel or track locations
B. Mine explosion under vehicle center
Artillery Threat
155mm HE Frag Round
Simulates: 12.7mm FSP 13.4G / 20mm FSP 52 G
Level Angle (°) Elevation (°) Distance (M)
1 360 18 100
2 360 22 80
3 360 30 60
4 360 - 30
The chart above represents STANGA 4569 ballistic standards for the performance of bullet resistant materials. This chart has been designed for ease of understanding the poritection levels our clients desire for their armored vehicles. Additionally, The Armored Group LLC follows AEP-55 guidelines for testing in our products.
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The Technology Assessment Program is sponsored by the Office of Development, Testing, and Dissemination of the National Institue of Justice (NIJ), U.S. Department of Justic. The progam responds to the mandate of the Justice System Improvement Act of 1979, which created the NIJ and directed it to encourage research and development to improve the criminal justice system and to disseminate the results of the Federal, State, and local agencies.

The Technology Assessment Program is an applied research effort that determines the technological needs of justice system agencies, sets minimum performance standards for specific devies, tests commercially available equipment against those standards and disseminates the standards and the test results to criminal justice agencies nationwide and internationally.
Level Weapon Caliber Weight (G) Range (FFT/S) Speed (M/S) # Shots
1 22LR Weapon Type .22LR 2.6 1050 ± 40 320 ± 12 Number of Shot - 5
2A 9mm Luger Weapon Type 9mm Luger 8.0 1250 ± 50 332 ± 12 Number of Shot - 5
2 357 Magnum Weapon Type .357 Magnum 10.2 1395 ± 15 424 ± 15 Number of Shot - 5
3A 44 Magnum Weapon Type .44 Magnum 15.55 1400 ± 50 426 ± 15 Number of Shot - 5
3 7.62mm 3.08 Weapon Type 7.62mm 3.08 / Winchester 9.7 2750 ± 50 838 ± 15 Number of Shot - 5
4 30.06 Weapon Type 30.06 / Armor Piercing 10.8 2850 ± 50 868 ± 15 Number of Shot - 1
The chart above represents NIJ 0108.01 ballistic standards for the performance of bullet resistant materials. This chart has been designed for ease of understanding the poritection levels our clients desire for their armored vehicles.
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UL is a global independent safety science company offering expertise across three strategic businesses: Commerical & Industrial, Consumer and UL Venture. Our breadth, established objectivity and proven history mean we are a symbol of trust, enabling us to help provide peace of mind to all.

UL helps companies demonstrate safety, confirm compliance, enhance sustainability, manage transparency, deliver quality and performance, strengthen security, protect brand reputation, build workplace excellence, and advance societal wellbeing.

Some of the services offered by UL include:
inspection, advisory services, education and training, testing, auditing and anyaltics, certification software solutions, and marketing claim verification
Level Weapon Caliber Grain Weight (G) Speed (M/S) # Shots
1 9mm Luger Weapon Type 9mm 124 8 358 Number of Shot - 3
2 357 Magnum Weapon Type .357 Magnum 158 10.2 381 Number of Shot - 3
3 44 Magnum Weapon Type .44 Magnum 240 15.6 411 Number of Shot - 3
4 .30 Caliber Weapon Type .30 Caliber Rifle 180 11.7 774 Number of Shot - 1
5 7.62 x 39mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 39mm 150 9.7 838 Number of Shot - 1
6 9mm SMG Weapon Type 9mm 124 8 427 Number of Shot - 5
7 5.56 x 45mm Weapon Type 5.56x45mm / SS109 & M193 3.56 55 939 Number of Shot - 5
8 7.62 x 51mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm 150 9.7 838 Number of Shot - 5
SG Shotgun Weapon Type 12-Guage Slug | 12 Gauge Buckshot (12 Pellets) 437 | 650 28.3 | 42 483 | 336 Number of Shot - 3
The chart above represents UL 752 ballistic standards for the performance of bullet resistant materials. This chart has been designed for ease of understanding the poritection levels our clients desire for their armored vehicles.
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The purpose of the Association of Testing Centers for Anti-Aggressive Materials and Constructions (VPAM) is to promote the exchange of experience, mutual assistance in technical matters and mutual information.

Among other things, a common opinion will be made possible in central questions of the testing of attack-inhibiting materials (eg. in the development and introduction of new standards and guidelines).

Members of VPAM are independent and committed to neutrality. the testing bodies, which are members of the VPAM, work according to the relevant quality standards EN ISO / IEC 17025 (General requirements for the competence of test laboratories) and EN 45011 (General requirements for bodies which operate product certification systems.
Level Weapon Caliber Weight (G) Range (M) Speed (M/S) Enery (J)
VR4 .44 Magnum Weapon Type 7.44 Magnum 15.6 ± 0.1 5.00 ± 0.5 440 ± 10 1,510
VR5 5.56 x 45mm Weapon Type 5.56 x 45mm / M193 & SS09 4 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 950 ± 10 1,805
VR6 7.62 x 39mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 39mm 9.55 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 830 ± 10 3,289
VR7 7.62 x 51mm Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm 9.70 ± 0.2 10.00 ± 0.5 820 ± 10 3,261
VR8 7.62 x 39mm API BZ Weapon Type 7.62 x 39mm / API BZ 7.70 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 820 ± 10 2,108
VR9 7.62 x 51mm AP Weapon Type 7.62 x 51mm / Armor Piercing 9.70 ± 0.2 10.00 ± 0.5 820 ± 10 3,846
VR10 7.62 x 54R Weapon Type 7.62 x 54R / B32 API Round 10.40 ± 0.1 10.00 ± 0.5 860 ± 10 3,846
The chart above represents VPAM BRV2009 ballistic standards for the performance of bullet resistant materials. This chart has been designed for ease of understanding the poritection levels our clients desire for their armored vehicles.
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