Husky 2G with RWS, RPG netting, and GPR mounted


The most survivable vehicle on the battlefield.

Key Features

Prompted by the operational requirement for longer, more complex, mounted clearance missions and employment of more sophisticated vehicle payloads, the two-operator Husky 2G clearance vehicle was born. Recognized as one of the U.S. Army’s Top Ten Inventions of 2011, the 2G platform addresses evolving explosive threats while applying the operationally proven survivability tenents which have made the Husky family of vehicles the most survivable platforms on the battlefield.

Blast protected V-shaped hull

The V-shaped hull protects Husky operators and critical components from subsurface blast by increasing hull rigidity and ground standoff while channeling explosive forces, fragmentation, and debris away from the cab.

Removable bolt-on armor and armored glass

Bolt-on and transparent armor at front and sides, along with options for additional protective peripheral upgrades for specific anti-armor threats, make the Husky 2G highly survivable from kinetic threats.

Air, sea, and rail transportable

The Husky 2G can be deployed rapidly by air or containerized through its modular design, increasing a force’s operational readiness while decreasing logistical burden and operational response times.

Two operator capacity

Sophisticated high sensitivity sensors, optics, and other mission-enhancing peripherals have become standard enablers for route clearance platforms. The 2G’s increased cab capacity allows an optional second operator to share task burden and enhance the focus and precision with which those payloads can be employed to optimize effectiveness.

Rapid field repair

Frangible, replaceable front and rear wheel modules allow for rapid battle damage field repair of the Husky following IED strikes that would be catastrophic to other vehicles. This repair can be executed on site, without the need for vehicle evaluation at an established maintenance facility, decreasing logistical burden and mission downtime, reducing IED emplacers’ reseeding opportunities.

Adaptive Peripherals

Sideview of detached ground pentrating radar unit.

Ground Penetrating Radar

Scans for subsurface anomalies to support explosive threat detection.

Interrogation arm mounted on a Husky digging in sand

Interrogation Arm

Articulating, extendable arm designed to enable standoff investigation and classification of suspected explosive threats.

Close-up of a camera mounted on Husky roof

360 Camera System

Maintains operator situational awareness through a suite of static and pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras.

Interior monitor display showing roll over warning

Rollover Detection and Warning System

Alerts operators of hazardous route conditions.

Remote weapon station mounted on a Husky

Remote Weapon Station

Self-defense system with enhanced optics for environments where operators cannot be exposed.

Side of Husky with RPG protection netting on the side

RPG Protection

Lightweight, non-obstructive RPG defeat netting.


  • Length: 24 ft (7.32 m)
  • Height: 10.3 ft (3.14 m)
Fuel capacity
39.5 gal
201 hp
Up to 45 mph (governed speed)
553 lb-ft
Curb Weight
  • 19,841 lb (9,000 kg)

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Husky 2G Vehicle

Built to withstand IED blast protection, small arms fire, and the most rugged terrain imaginable, the Husky 2G is built for operator survivability and effective route clearance operations.

Husky 2G

The most survivable vehicle on the battlefield.

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