BW – GTK Boxer A1 FüFzg

GTK Boxer FüFzg A1 (1)
GTK Boxer FüFzg A1 (2)
GTK Boxer FüFzg A1 (3)
GTK Boxer FüFzg A1 (4)

GTK Boxer A1 Führungsfahrzeug

The GTK Boxer A1 Command Vehicle, which was fielded with the Bundeswehr beginning in 2011, took over missions orginally performed by the Transportpanzer 1 Fuchs. The GTK Boxer Command Vehicle is used as a mobile command post or mobile tactical operations center at the battalion level for intervention forces and stabilization forces, as well as a command vehicle for infantry and tank company commanders. The vehicle is an important element of the current FüInfoSysH command and control information system of the German Army and the future command and control information system of the Armed Forces. The Bundeswehr fielded 65 GTK Boxer Command Vehicles. In contrast to the original A0 version, mine protection plates have been added, the CG-12 ECM system was installed and the FLW 200 RWS was mounted on a 300mm platform for better target engagement close to the vehicle.Depending on mission requirements the FLW 200 remote weapon station of the vehicle can be armed with a 12.7mm x 99 M2HB QCB machine gun or a Heckler & Koch 40mm x 53 automatic grenade launcher. Additionally a 76mm smoke grenade discharger system with six launchers is attached to the remote weapon station.

Crew: 5
Gross Vehicle Weight: 36,500kg
Military Load Classification: 43
Length: 8.10m
Width: 2.99m
Height with RWS: 3.39m
Ground Clearance: 0.5m
Grade: 60%
Slope: 30%


Download PDF file with sample photos

Publication about the GTK Boxer

Publication about the GTK Boxer A0 / A1 / A2

Yearbook – Armoured Vehicles of the Modern German Army 2018

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