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All-terrain mobility platform (ATMP)

The All-Terrain Mobility Platform (ATMP), also referred to as the 'Supacat' after its manufacturer, is a versatile, lightweight load-carrying vehicle used by airborne and air-mobile battalions.

With very low ground pressure, this amphibious vehicle can cross rough terrain and water obstacles.

The ATMP can carry a single NATO standard pallet, ammunition, anti-tank mines and bulky or heavy stores giving it many uses including re-supply and refuelling. It is also used for casualty evacuation and can be fitted with a General Purpose Machine Gun to provide mobile fire support.

Crew: 2 + 8 troops
Dimensions: 3.44m (length) x 1.85m (height) x 2.03m (width)
Weight: 2000kg (fully laden Mk 2)
Engine: VW ADE 1.9 turbocharged diesel