The Australian Light Armoured Vehicle (ASLAV) is a wheeled, eight wheel drive (8x8) vehicle that has been modified to deal with Australia's harsh conditions.
The Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle – Medium (PMV-M) is sustaining jobs in Australia and saving lives on deployment in dangerous environments.
The G-Wagon vehicle and its range of trailers and modules is designed to be used by the Army in tactical training, disaster relief and securing Australia’s coastline.
The Abrams has the firepower, mobility and survivability to provide the key component in the combined arms team. The Army's operational tank unit, the 1st Armoured Regiment is equipped with the Abrams. Vehicles for training purposes are also held by the School of Armour in Puckapunyal, and the Army Logistic Training Centre at Bandiana.
The M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers have provided the Australian Defence Force with a protected mobility and armoured fighting capability since the Vietnam War.
The Defence Road Transport Manual (DRTM) is the primary policy document for the operation and management of road vehicles in Defence. The DRTM also contains relevant instructions, training guidance and road transport management procedures to support the implementation of Defence wide transport policy.