This six-wheeled driven vehicle is used for route clearance and the movement of debris off roads, paths, etc. It is also able to withstand blasts from mines and other forms of explosions, which may cripple the vehicle but will keep occupants safe. It was first used in Afghanistan in 2003 by engineers of the United States Army. The Buffalo has a 30ft robotic arm which is employed to clear routes without the occupants of the vehicle needing to disembark.
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