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Wolfhound

The Wolfhound is a six-wheeled variant of the acclaimed Mastiff, which provides troops with increased protection as they support missions in high-threat areas. 

This heavy-armoured truck is part of the Tactical Support Vehicles (TSV) group along with the Husky (medium-armoured) and the Coyote (lightly-armoured). The TSV fleet is used to accompany front line patrols and carry essential combat supplies such as water and ammunition.

It provides a highly protected load-carrying vehicle to carry out a variety of tasks such as moving bulky stores for use in the construction of forward bases and also as a gun tractor and gun limber for the Royal Artillery's 105 light gun.

Wolfhound is armed with a 7.62 GPMG self-defence weapon and the normal fit of radio and electronic equipment.