Saxon Armoured Personnel Carrier AT 105 4x4
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Saxon AT-105 APC is a 4x4 ex military vehicle offering 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive in
high and low ratios for on-and-off road use in urban to battlefield environments.
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- ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER
- COMMAND VEHICLE
- REPAIR & RECOVERY VEHICLE
- AIRFIELD DEFENCE & CLEARANCE
- MORTAR CARRIER
- VEHICLE RIOT CONTROL
The History Saxon AT-105 APC Armoured Personnel Carrier
SAXON can be fitted with gun ports, pintle mounted or turret mounted machine guns,
and a variety of vehicle launched anti-tank and air defence missiles,
to provide ease of access to engine, gearbox and transfer gearbox to facilitate rapid inspection and maintenance,
from the outset to be a family of vehicles, its mobility, capacity and protection making it ideally suited for many roles.
Saxon is air-transportable in C130 Hercules and other transport aircraft,
room for driver, commander and 8-10 personnel and stowage space for combat supplies, anti-tank weapons, and ammunition.
Its large interior capacity makes it ideal for command, ambulance and other volume demanding roles,
SAXON'S protection is supeior even to many tracked armoured vehicles, providing both crew protection against 5,56mm and 7.62mm ball and AP, anti-tank mines up to 9 Kg, and 155mm HE air bursts.
(1) British Army Saxon vehicles have a fixed observation cupola for the commander with socket in each corner for a 7.62mm GPMG DISA mount.
Some vehicles deployed to Bosnia were fitted with a one-man turret armed with a 7.62mm MG, taken from a FV432.
(2) Hutchinson run-flat cores fitted in British Army vehicles.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 10
UNITED KINGDOM 664
Specifications Saxon AT-105
Number of drive wheels 6
Number of wheels 6
Length (mm) 5170
Width (mm) 2490
Height (mm) 2630
Ground clearance (mm) 290
Weight (kg) 11660
Max. road speed (km/h) 96
Vertical obstance (mm) 410
Gradient (%) 66
Engine power output (h.p.) 160
Maximum torque (Nm) 541
Number of forward gears 4
Number of reverse gears 1
Max. road range (km) 480
Type APC Crew 2 + 8 (or 10)
Length, overall 5.2m
Length, hull 5.2m
Width, overall 2.5m
Height, overall 2.6m
Combat Weight 11600kg
Unloaded Weight 9940kg
Radio, external n/a
Communication, crew n/a
MOBILITY CHARACTERISTICS Saxon AT-105
Engine Bedford 500 6-cylinder
Transmission Allison AT-545 automatic 4F/1R
Horsepower 164hp at 2800rpm
Suspension semi-elliptical springs and hydraulic shock absorbers
Power/Weight Ratio 14.1hp/t
Speed, on road 96km/h
Wheelbase, overall 3.1m
Fuel Capacity 153 l
Tires 14.00 x 20 (2)
Range, on road 480km
Ground Pressure n/a
Fuel Consumption n/a
Turning Radius 7.6m
Side Slope n/a
Ground Clearance 0.3m (axles)
Vertical Obstacle 0.4m
Angle of Approach 48
Trench Crossing n/a
Angle of Departure 40
SURVIVABILITY FEATURES Armoured Personnel Carrier Saxon AT-105
Smoke Laying n/a
NBC Protection n/a
Armor Details The armor is proof against 7.62mm/0.30
AP rounds at point-blank range.
Saxon is a wheeled Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) capable of travelling across rough terrain and fording water obstacles up to 90cm depth. The vehicle has excellent battlefield mobility and is extremely versatile.
Saxon variants in service include a Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) recovery vehicle; armoured ambulance; command post vehicle; internal security version; and vehicles modified to carry an L37 General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) turret.
The Saxon was manufactured by GKN Defence and the first units for the British Army were delivered in late 1983.
Armoured Personnel Carrier Saxon AT-105
The vehicle, which can be best described as a battlefield taxi, is designed around truck parts and does not require the same level of maintenance of track and running gear normally associated with APC/AIFVs.
Essentially a mine-proof lorry, rather than an armoured personnel carrier, the vehicle has been used very successfully by Mechanised Battalions serving with the UN in Bosnia and is in operational service with British forces in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Saxon Internal Security vehicle for service in counter insurgency operations has a Cummins BT 5.1 engine, instead of the Bedford 6-cylinder installed on the APC version and other enhancements, such as roof-mounted searchlights, improved armour, a barricade removal device and an anti-wire device.This comes in two versions, a troop-carrier which carries ten men and an ambulance which carries two stretcher cases.