Tactical Protector Vehicle™ interior options allow flexible seating for up to eight officers, equipment storage, electronics and communications gear — all selected to suit your missions.
Tactical Protector Vehicle™ employs armor systems developed by the same Oshkosh Defense team that is protecting our soldiers and Marines in Iraq, Afghanistan and other high-risk locations around the globe.
This flexible armor system, called ISS (Integrated Survivability System), will meet or exceed your threat requirements by combining high hardness ballistic steel, ballistic glass, advanced lightweight ceramics, interior spall liners, under-body armor, suspended blast-protected seats and deployable skip shields.
ISS armor systems are available with protection ratings from NIJ Level I to Level IV, with the capability of stopping a 7.62 ball through 14.5mm AP rounds, and with blast protection systems available where an IED threat is expected. This flexible survivability system allows protection to your relevant threat level while maintaining minimum armored vehicle weight, allowing maximum payload, and placing a minimal burden on vehicle mobility.
With the ISS designed to the requirements of your anticipated threats, the Tactical Protector Vehicle™ will provide safety and security for its passengers – both law enforcement professionals and the citizens they’re sworn to protect. Let Oshkosh Defense engineer the protection system that's right for you, just as we have for decades for military customers around the world.
The “Iron Triangle,” long used by military armament designers to visualize the relationship among protection, payload and the mobility of armor protected vehicles, illustrates the value of a flexible, modular armor system. Applied to the Tactical Protector Vehicle™ by the armor designers at Oshkosh Defense, the Iron Triangle concept provides a vehicle with protection to meet your relevant threats, with maximum remaining payload and maximum mobility.
A key element in ISS armor is a layer of ceramic segments, sized and shaped to offer optimum ballistic performance. This unique confined structure grants the armor designer possibilities essential for the planned protection of three-dimensional curved shapes resulting in optimal ballistic protection. This ceramic liner adds enhanced protection from AP rounds. Compared to conventional ceramic “tile” designs, it is lighter and offers better multi-hit protection. It is sufficiently robust – becoming a part of the vehicle structural design while further reducing total vehicle armored weight.
Behind the ballistic steel and ceramic armor, ISS adds an interior spall liner – a protective inner shell that counters the interior projectile effect sometimes caused by an external blast. These projectiles come from the vehicle itself and have proven to be extremely dangerous if not contained.
A V-shaped dual-layer armored hull, armored floor and suspended seat systems combine to protect passengers from the potentially devastating effects of IED threats by minimizing penetration, overmatched effects and blast overpressure through absorption and deflection. As modular options to the Tactical Protector Vehicle™, ISS blast protection elements provide increased survivability in certain situations.
Chassis: Basic 36 months/36,000 miles
Diesel Engine: 60 months/100,000 miles
Powertrain: 60 months/60,000 miles