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RP Advanced Mobile Systems

RP Advanced Mobile Systems, LLC. (RPAMS)
Veteran and Minority owned business

11160 SW Durham Lane, Suite 3
McMinnville, Oregon 97128
+1 (503) 434-9446 Main
+1 (503) 217-6080 Fax

DUNS: 829928139
TIN: 26-4447775
CAGE code: 5D2V2

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RP Strike-M4 | ATV Rider News

By ATV Rider | May 26, 2017 — Over the holiday weekend, while most of us will be gathered with friends and family stuffing our faces, drinking a few frosty beverages, and trying not to blow up anything important with a snazzy fireworks display, our law enforcement and military men and women will be working around the clock to help keep us all safe. For years, the ATV and UTV industry has been producing some of the equipment that helps these folks navigate the gnarliest of terrain around the world... Read More!

CAN-AM STRIKE-M/M4 MAVERICK FAST-ATTACK VEHICLE (FAV) in KRYPTEK CAMOUFLAGE Hits Almost 80 MPH Off-Road for Military Special Operations Forces (SOF) Missions! (Video!)

Strike-M4 Fast-Attack Vehicle (FAV) | DR Defense Review News

By David Crane | DR Defense Review | July 14, 2015 — As long as we’re talking about fast-attack vehicles, of FAV’s, we should perhaps also discuss the RP Advanced Mobile Systems (RPAMS) Can-Am Strike-M4 SXS UTV/LTV FAV (Fast-Attack Vehicle) DefenseReview (DR) got to examine at NDIA SOFIC 2015 (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference 2015)… read more.


RPAMS Upfits Can-Am LTATV Vehicles

By George Jagels, TDM Editor | May Issue, 2013 | Tactical Defense Media — The Lightweight ATV (LTATV) resembles a traditional vehicle more so than the ATV, as it is larger, equipped with a roll cage, and has more cargo capacity. Pictures of it might bring to mind another recreational vehicle—the dune buggy—but the LTATV is deadly serious: These small, agile, armed, and durable platforms have so impressed SOCOM that they have an inventory of 651, with about 170 currently fielded. The LTATV can fill combat and logistical support roles as well as aid in casualty evacuation. Read More (PDF)...


Special Forces Lightweight ATV

Fox News | April 16, 2013 — Ever try to sneak up to someone in a HUMVEE in tight quarters? Probably didn’t go to well. Enter the Lightweight Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle, or LTATV.

The military grade side-by-side ATVs are deployed by U.S. Special Operations Forces on quick response and low profile missions where heavier equipment would just get in the way. The vehicles can also be transported on a variety of small aircraft, including the CH47 Chinook helicopter. Read More...

Some C2 applications call for agility over armor

C2 Strike Mobility Commander | Agility

By Scott R. Gourley | Defense Media Network | April 10, 2013 — While the U.S. Army’s semi-annual Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) events have created amazing mission command on the move capabilities integrated into armored Mine Resistant, Ambush Protected All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV)-based “point of Presence” platform designs, some command and control applications seem to be favoring mobility over mine protection. Read More...

"Sea Systems Group, Inc. (SEAS) and RP Advanced Mobile Systems, LLC (RPAMS) are working together to provide advanced protection systems for warfighters by combining technologies developed by each company."

By www.army-technology.com| March, 10 2010 — RPAMS’ advanced military mobility platforms are designed to ensure that US forces possess the speed and agility necessary to successfully engage and overcome on today’s battlefields through the deployment of ultra-light, highly mobile vehicles specifically designed to counter today’s challenges without exposing US warriors to unnecessary danger. RPAMS excels in innovative designs and focuses on several areas of expertise including:

  • Light armor application
  • Suspension design chassis
  • Reinforcement
  • Power plant enhancements

SEAS’ MitiGator™ Technology is an engineered cushioning system designed to protect people and equipment from these assaults and to allow them to continue to perform their jobs or enjoy their leisure time. The MitiGator™ uses patented air control technology working with 4,000 – 12,000 surfaces per square foot to dissipate energy before it is transmitted to the body and thus help alleviate the problems. Protective MitiGator™ Panels for Seating and Flooring offers:

  • Improved survival rates in blasts and impacts
  • Reduced injuries, chronic joint and muscle pain and fatigue
  • Better cognitive abilities and improved situational awareness
  • Increased proficiency readiness and mission times