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Buffalo H Service history Used by United States Armed Forces, United Kingdom, French Army, Canadian Forces, Italian Army Wars Iraq War, Afghanistan War Production history Manufacturer Force Protection Industries Specifications Weight 45,320 lb (20,560 kg) (curb weight)[1] 56,000 lb (25,000 kg) (max weight)[1] Length 27 ft (8.2 m) Width 8.5 ft (2.6 m) Height 13 ft (4.0 m) Crew 2+4 Armor 7.62 x 51 mm NATO ball standard All wheels and centerline mine protected Engine Mack ASET AI-400 I6 330 KW (450 HP) Payload capacity 38,680 lb Transmission Allison HD-4560P automatic Suspension 6x6 wheeled Ground clearance 15 in (410 mm) Fuel capacity 85 gal Operational range 300 mi (483 km) Speed 65 mph (105 km/h) The Buffalo mine protected vehicle is a wheeled armored vehicle built by Force Protection Inc. It was designed based on the successful South African Casspir mine-protected vehicle.[2] While the Casspir is a four wheeled vehicle, the Buffalo has six wheels. Buffalo is also fitted with a large articulated arm, used for ordnance disposal. Both vehicles incorporate a "V" shaped monohull chassis that directs the force of the blast away from the occupants.[3] Buffalo is also now equipped with BAE Systems' LROD cage armor for additional protection against RPG-7 anti-tank rounds.[4] Glass armor is sufficient at 6 inches thickness. Run-flat tires are present in all tires. The Buffalo combines ballistic and blast protection with infrared technology to detect the presence of dangerous ordnance and a robotic arm to disable the explosive ordnance. Personnel operate the Buffalo’s 30-foot robotic arm and claw from within the armoured hull via a mounted camera and sensory equipment, to safely dispose of mines and IEDs. In 2004, the United States had a limited number of Buffaloes in service, with an order for 15 more, at a cost of $10 million.[5] On June 6, 2008 Force Protection, Inc delivered its 200th Buffalo to the U.S. Military.[6] Contents 1 Production history 1.1 Variants 1.2 Operators 2 Film 3 See also 4 Gallery 5 References 6 External links Production history Variants Buffalo H Buffalo A2 [1] Operators  United States - 200  Canada/Canadian Forces - 5[7] plus an additional 10 for delivery in 2009[8][9] 19 in service in Afghanistan.[citation needed]  France - 5 to be delivered November 2008[10][11]  Italy - 6 vehicles  United Kingdom - 12 to be delivered for June 2010, a further 6 for end of 2010.[12] Film The Buffalo appeared as the vehicle aspect of the Decepticon Bonecrusher in the movie Transformers (2007), and in the sequel, Transformers Revenge of the Fallen. Production designer Jeff Mann stated, "We found this image of a mine-sweeping vehicle that had a huge arm with what appeared to be a fork on the end. So we called the people who owned it, hoping there was a chance we could rent it or buy it, but when we got the data, it turned out the fork was only 14 inches (360 mm) wide—they had totally cheated the whole thing in Photoshop.... We had to make an appliance to fit over the existing arm, that wouldn’t bounce around too much because it was about 10 feet (3.0 m) wide."[13] See also Buffel Casspir Cheetah MMPV Cougar MRAP (armored vehicle) RG-33 Gallery Buffalo mine-protected vehicle and GI Buffalo showing remote manipulator arm A Buffalo that survived with its cabin intact after an IED attack took its two front wheels and axle off References ^ a b Buffalo fact sheet, Force Protection. (requires login) This article uses citations that consist of only bare URLs. Please consider adding proper citations so that the article remains verifiable in the future. Several templates and a tool are available to facilitate formatting. (April 2011) ^ Buffalo Armoured Vehicle. armedforces-int.com ^ "Combat engineers comb streets of Iraq for IEDs". United States Department of Defense. August 2005. http://www.ng.mil/news/theonguard/2005/2005-08.pdf.  ^ BAE’s LROD Cage Armor. Defense Industry Daily ^ "Buffalo helps protect from bullets, blasts". Department of Defense. 2004-09-10. http://www.dix.army.mil/PAO/Post04/post111904/bullets.htm.  ^ 200th Buffalo MRAP delivered to military ^ Buffalo vehicle coverage on DefenseIndustryDaily.com ^ Force Protection, Inc. IN THE NEWS: Canadian Forces to Receive Additional Force Protection Vehicles ^ "Force Protection – Orders for an Additional 48 EROC Vehicles: Blast-Resistant Buffalo and Cougars – Industry News Release". Canadian American Strategic Review. November 2008. http://www.casr.ca/doc-news-force-protection.htm. Retrieved 2008-11-04.  mirror ^ (French) [http://www.ttu.fr/francais/Articles/tf700.html La Task Force 700 se prépare au théâtre afghan, 06/28/2008, TTU ^ French Military Orders Buffalo Vehicles from Force Protection, 07/23/2008 ^ http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20081113005694/en ^ "The Making Of The Transformers Movie - Production Design: The Robots, The Vehicles, The Sets". ENI. 2007-06-15. http://enewsi.com/news.php?catid=190&itemid=11213. Retrieved 2007-09-13.  External links Buffalo product page on ForceProtection.net Buffalo MPCV EOD Technical Data Sheet and Pictures to Army Recognition v · d · e Modern wheeled infantry fighting vehicles and personnel carriers 4 × 4 ACMAT • Agrale Marrua • AMZ Dzik • AMZ Tur • AMZ Żubr • ATF Dingo • Austin Champ • AXE • Badger ILAV • BPM-97 • BOV • Bushmaster • Casspir • Cheetah MMPV • Cobra • Commando • Chaimite • Condor • Cougar H • Duro III • Dozor-B • Didgori Armoured Personnel Carrier • Eagle • Enok • F2 • Fahd • FNSS Pars • Fennek • FTTS • FMC XR311 • G-Class • Golan • Grizzly • Humvee • Honker • Iveco LMV • Kaya • Komatsu LAV • Land Rover Perentie • Land Rover Wolf • LIV (SO) Serval • LOV-1 • M1117 Guardian • Mamba • Marine Multi-purpose Vehicle • Marauder (Mine Protected Vehicle) • Matador (mine protected vehicle) • Maverick (Internal Security Vehicle) • Marksman • Mine Protected Combat Vehicle - MPCV • M-ATV • MaxxPro • Millenworks Light Utility Vehicle • Mungo ESK • MWMIK • MXT-MV • MX-1 Kalakian • MX-8 Barako • NIMR • Ocelot • OKA • Peugeot P4 • Pinzgauer • PVP • Piranha • Puma • QL-550 • Reva • RG-12 • RG-31 Nyala • RG-32 Scout • RG Outrider • RG-33 • RG-34 Iguana • RG-35 • S600 • Sand Cat • Santana Anibal • Saxon • Simba • Sherpa 2 • Storm • T-98 Kombat • Type 90 • Tiuna • Tempest MPV • Type 6614 • GAZ-2975 (Tigr) • UR-416 • URO VAMTAC • VAB • VBL • VN-3 • VPK-3927 Volk • VXB • Vodnik • Willys FAMAE Corvo • Wolf • ZFB-05 6 × 6 ACMAT • Al-Faris 8-400 • Alvis Saracen • Arma • Patria AMV • AMX 10 RC • Armoured Multirole Carrier • AVGP Grizzly • BAE Caiman • Buffalo H • Ceradyne Bull • Cougar HE • Duro III • EE-9 Cascavel • EE-11 Urutu • ERC 90 Sagaie • F2 • FNSS Pars • Fuchs • Grizzly HPV • Land Rover Perentie • Mastiff PPV • MTVR • NIMR • Pandur 6x6 • Patria Pasi • Pindad Panser • Pasi • Pegaso BMR • Pegaso VEC-M1 • Pinzgauer • Piranha • Puma • Ratel • RG-33 • RG-35 • Shoet • TATRAPAN • WZ551 Type 92 • WZ523 Type 93 • VBTP-MR • VAB • LKOV Valuk • Rheinmetall YAK • ZFB-08 8 × 8 Al-Fahd • Arma • Patria AMV • ASLAV • AV-81 Terrex • Bison • Boxer MRAV • BTR-3 • BTR-4 • BTR-80 • BTR-90 • BTR-94 • Centauro VBC • CM-32 • Coyote • FNSS Pars • KTO Irbis • KTO Rosomak • KTO Ryś • Lazar BVT • LAV-25 • LAV III • SEP • Luchs • LVS • NZLAV • Pandur II 8x8 • Piranha • Rooikat • Saur 1 • Stryker • OT-64 SKOT • Tatra T815 • Type 92 • Type 96 • VBCI • VBTP-MR • ZBL-09 10 × 10 LVSR • Piranha