Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin  
Product type: Armoured Vehicles  
Name: Wheeled armoured personnel carrier  

Havoc is a multi-mission expeditionary ground combat vehicle that is an evolution of a combat-tested design used by armed forces globally. Highly mobile and protected, it is designed to move warfighters and payloads quickly and securely, on both land and at sea.

Many of the baseline vehicles’ configurations are used by militaries around the world performing a variety of missions, from peace keeping to direct combat operations. It’s already a popular platform because of its strengths:

A proven platform with Lockheed Martin’s weapon, network and sensor integration experience, the Havoc 8x8 is ready to fulfill modern multirole expeditionary needs worldwide.

Combat Proven Protection

The 8x8 Armored Modular Vehicle is combat proven, saving lives in Afghanistan today. With over 1,200 vehicles on order in more than six countries, the 8x8 is protecting a wide range of warfighters deployed in both combat and peacekeeping missions. The modular ballistic protection system can protect against a variety of ballistic threats, from high blast force levels to large-caliber kinetic threats.

Operationally Validated Performance

The 8x8's superior performance is proven, validated by over 1.2 million miles of operational and combat experience and 63,000 miles of independent customer testing.

The Havoc 8x8's high performance power pack and independent hydro-pneumatic suspension provides superior mobility at full combat weight. The 8x8 features expeditionary attributes giving it fully amphibious capabilities. It can swim at sea state 2 and negotiate inland water obstacles without any configuration changes. The 8x8 can combine the highest levels of protection with heavy weapon systems without degrading tactical and operational mobility.

Flexibility and Adaptability for Future Missions

The Havoc 8x8's design allows for a wide range of weapons, sensor and communications options to address evolving mission requirements.

Lockheed Martin brings advanced systems integration expertise integrating weapons, processing capability and C4 suites into various types of ground, air and marine vehicles. Our total system approach to vehicle missionization reduces crew workload and ensures warfighters remain connected on the battlefield.

Award Winning Logistics Support

Our team can ensure a high degree of availability. Designed with supportability in mind the AMV was built for ease of maintenance. This coupled with Lockheed Martin's award winning experience in managing performance-based logistics programs for ground platforms enables our team to offer increased system readiness, lower costs of ownership, and a reduced logistics footprint. The same commitment to supportability excellence is a hallmark of all our programs.

Commitment to Quality

Four previous successful technology transfers underscore the proven low-risk process our team uses to transfer production capabilities to partner countries. Using Patria's unique process we ensure that vehicles built with our local partners maintain the same standards and operational capabilities as vehicles coming off the OEM line in Finland.

Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control brings proven vehicle program management capabilities that have resulted in superior on-time delivery, exceptional availability and customer-focused responsive support.

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