The accuracy and lethality of the Boxer combat reconnaissance vehicle has impressed personnel on a turret conversion course.
After completing several weeks of theory, members of the 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment finally got their chance to set the sites of the main 30mm armament of the Boxer at the live-fire component of the course at the Wide Bay Training Area.
The Boxer’s primary role will be reconnaissance and counter reconnaissance in stable to high threat environments.
It will replace the Australian Light Armoured Vehicle (ASLAV) which has been in use by the ADF since the 1990s.
Australian Department of Defence
July 21, 2021