SOCOM buys the highly mobile, CV-22 transportable, multi-configurable MRZRs to manage their ultra-light tactical mobility needs to meet mission demands and emerging threats. The MRZRs are supplied with missionization options as well as spare parts, mechanical training, and operator training.
MRZRs have redefined ultralight, off-road mobility for military forces in over 25 countries, making it a critical platform for expeditionary forces. The easy to use, operate, and maintain MRZRs have become a ready-to-use, common platform for the U.S. and Allies.
Backed by the commercial engineering prowess of the world leader in off-road innovation, Polaris rapidly incorporates feedback from the field to continually enhance the MRZR. The improvements include a turbo diesel engine, extended range, additional auxiliary power, and improved ergonomics and sight lines.
MRZR D4s are supplied to each of the U.S. Marine Corps’ active-component infantry regiments. They provide company-level operations with logistics support, filling a critical capability gap at the tactical level. The MRZR D4s are a proven, cost-effective, reliable, easily maintained, and certified solution for internal transport in MV-22 and CH-53 aircraft. The contract also includes spare parts blocks in support of the vehicles.
(Photo By: Cpl. Steven Fox)
The proven, certified air transportable MRZRs are supplied to the U.S. Army to meet their ultra-light mobility needs. The 82nd Airborne is responsible for the Global Response Force mission, which means they need to deploy anywhere in the world within 72 hours. MRZRs give them the ability to take their operations from 3 mph to 60 mph and carry more mission critical equipment.
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MRZR mission applications continue to grow as more warfighters discover the capabilities of the MRZR. The U.S. Army’s MUM-T MRZR is one example, shown with a tethered Hoverfly quadcopter to deploy to conduct reconnaissance of enemy forces.
(Photo by Jen Judson/ Defense News Staff)