BAE Systems » Caiman

The Caiman is an armored vehicle with a V-hull design based on the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) and Low Signature Armored Cab (LSAC), initially developed by Stewart & Stevenson. In 2005, Stewart & Stevenson was acquired by Armor Holdings, which developed the Caiman from the FMTV and LSAC designs.

The Caiman completed testing by the US Military at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in July 2007. On 13 July 2007, Armor Holdings received a prime contract award by the US Navy on the behalf of the US Marine Corps for $518.5 million under the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle program. The contract specified delivery of 1,154 Category I MRAP vehicles and 16 Category II MRAP vehicles by the end of February 2008. BAE Systems acquired Armor Holdings in 2007.

The MRAP features 10-man crew capacity tensylon composite armor body. It accepts all types of manned and remote weapons stations. 85 percent parts commonality with standard FMTV models. The chassis has full-time all wheel drive, automatic transmission and Electronic Central Tire Inflation System.

You can find BAE Systems Caimans in Eqypt, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates and the United States.


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