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Region Based Functionality.

Updated: Jul 12





BUGOUT-AT began with 5 region assignments and 5 vehicle platforms. Each of these platforms are independently designed for operations in their respective regions based upon requirements established by the prime. Though there are similarities shared between all the platforms, each one is also different due to terrain, weather and load requirements.


REGION 1: Assigned to the Pacific Northwest regions is our BUGOUT-AT concept vehicle based on a 2500 series platform. It will be identified by its green camouflage pattern once it has completed 2/3 of its gates and given the "Prototype" moniker.


REGION 2: Assigned to the Midwest regions is our BUGOUT-AT prototype vehicle based on a 3500 series platform. It is identified by its desert tan camouflage pattern since officially being given its "Prototype" moniker.


REGION 3: Assigned to the Southern regions is our BUGOUT-AT prototype vehicle based on a 1500 series short bed platform. It is identified by its black camouflage pattern since officially being given its "Prototype" moniker.


REGION 4: Assigned to the North Eastern regions is our BUGOUT-AT concept vehicle based on a 3500 series dually platform. It will be identified by its white camouflage pattern once it is granted the "Prototype" moniker.


REGION 5: Assigned to the Central regions is our BUGOUT-AT concept vehicle based on a 1500 series long bed platform. It will be identified by its temperate camouflage pattern once it is granted the "Prototype" moniker.


REGION 6: Currently in its production phase is our Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) regions being developed in South America based on a 5500 series platform. This new concept vehicle can be utilized as a Command and Control (C&C) platform. It will be identified by its tropical camouflage pattern once granted the "Prototype" moniker.





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