The tubular, lightweight modular base of the Flyer 60 allows for a variety of missile profile configurations. With multiple, reconfigurable gun mounts, scalable seating and a flexible payload, the Flyer 60 is the most modular and adaptable vehicle in its vehicle class.
The Flyer 60 is the epitome of toughness, of transportability, of strength and most importantly of capability. It’s a purpose-built military grade vehicle whose all-terrain capabilities have been tested and proven. With its unmatched payload capacity and reliability the Flyer 60 can ensure mission success beyond the usual mission range. To further enhance mission capability, the Flyer 60 can be transported internally in the V-22, CH-53, C-130 and C-5 aircraft with drive on and drive off loading.
The Flyer 60 is capable of being either internally or externally transportable in the V-22, CH-53, C-130 and C-5 aircraft and meets all internal transport requirements for the V-22 Osprey.
The Pinnacle of Capability
The Flyer 60 brings superior capability and mobility to the warfighters’ ever-changing mission needs. Built for speed, endurance and transportability, it is capable of extended range across rugged terrain. These versatile vehicles can be easily reconfigured to support multiple crew and mission profiles and are capable of carrying payload in 1:1 ratio of payload to vehicle weight.
Rescue & Recovery
In this configuration, the vehicle can carry 5 patient litters.
|Length||180 inches with 126 inch wheelbase|
|Height||60 inches (adjustable)|
|Curb Weight||4,500 lbs.|
|Top Speed||70 MPH|
|Cruising Range||350 miles (flat ground at 40 MPH)|
|Dynamic Side Slope||40%|
|Fording||30 inches no prep|
|Seating||Up to 5 (4 seats with 1 gunner seat)|
|Variants||Reconnaissance; Rescue & Recovery; Light Strike (Armored or Unarmored); C4ISR; Communications|
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