Light Patrol Vehicle
|Light Patrol Vehicle|
|Type||All Terrain Vehicle|
The LPV was designed for use by militias and para-military police forces in counter-insurgency and counter-terrorist operations. Its limited range makes it unsuited to long range patrols, and its thin armor and small main weapon make it unsuitable for use against main-force military units, but the LPV serves admirably well against irregular units and those equipped with small arms.
The vehicle is typically equipped with a 20mm autocannon, but for some missions this may be replaced with a 7mm gatling gun or chemical smoke generator (producing anti-riot gasses). The LPV is manufactured by Instellarms, and by dozens of smaller firms under license.
The vehicle has a crew of 2 (driver and commander/gunner) and carries no passengers. It mounts a 20mm high velocity auto cannon in a turret mount. It has TL–9 direct fire control and wheeled suspension.
Height: 1.25m (+ 0.75m for turret for 2m overall). Width: 2 m. Length: 3.6 m. Total Volume: 9m, Weight 8.5 tons, Price Cr61,250
Movement: Road, 193 kph; cross-country. 58 kph; amphibious, 19 kph. Equipment: 100 power radio, map box, and auxiliary water propulsion system. Power: .75 mw MHD turbine power plant consumes 225 liters of fuel per hour; fuel capacity is 900 liters, enough for 4 hours.
Weapons: 1 barrel, 2 cm, high velocity auto cannon. The weapon fires 20 rounds per turn. Rounds weigh .4 kg each. The vehicle has storage space for 350 rounds, enough for 17 turns of fire
References & Contributors (Sources)
- Loren Wiseman. "Civilian Vehicles for Striker." Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society 14 (1982): 28.
- Matthew Sprange. "Light Patrol Vehicle." Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society volume 1 (2019): 117-120.