FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor

FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor

TypeAmphibious specialist armoured vehicle
PhotographVladimir Yakubov
LocateMilitary Vehicle Technology Foundation
DescriptionAlbum of 122 photos walk-around of a «FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor»

Photo gallery of a FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor, The FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor or C.E.T. is an amphibious specialist armoured vehicle of the British Army and has been in general service since 1976. A tracked, lightly armoured vehicle, with amphibious capability, the CET is used by Royal Engineers in ground preparation for bridge construction and towing activities in the front line of battle, such as digging vehicle fighting pits, constructing earthen barriers, repairing roads, recovery of disabled vehicles from water and other obstacles, preparing riverbanks for vehicle crossings and clearing obstacles.

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TypeArmoured combat engineering vehicle
Weight17.5 tonnes
Length7.54 m
Width2.94 m
Height2.67 m
Operational range480 km
Speed56 km/h

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The FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor (CET) is a versatile vehicle designed to perform a range of engineering tasks on the battlefield. It can clear obstacles, dig trenches, fill craters, tow vehicles, lay mines, and breach minefields. The CET is based on a modified version of the FV432 armoured personnel carrier chassis, with a hydraulically operated front-mounted dozer blade and a rear-mounted excavator arm. The CET is also equipped with a winch, a smoke grenade launcher, and a 7.62 mm machine gun for self-defense. The CET has a crew of two: a driver and an operator. The CET can operate in various terrains and climates, and can be transported by air or sea. The CET has been in service with the British Army since 1976, and has seen action in various conflicts such as the Falklands War, the Gulf War, the Iraq War, and the Afghanistan War. The CET is expected to be replaced by the Terrier armoured engineer vehicle in the near future.

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