SAIC and Polaris teamed up to deliver the DAGOR Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) to U.S. Army infantry units. It boasts exceptional mission modularity, with flexible components to carry 4,000 pounds of payload expansive enough to seat nine infantry soldiers and their gear; and deliver agility, extreme off-road mobility, and lethality into any mission. The DAGOR ISV has full CASEVAC capability, making it the only light tactical vehicle that ensures that anytime, anywhere, the squad completes the mission the same way it started — together.
Any mission is tougher without the proper tools. SAIC and Polaris designed the DAGOR ISV to be the U.S. Army’s solution for the modern soldier’s missions. DAGOR ISV accomplishes a wide variety of tasks in a lightweight vehicle package using a flexible design that allows for multiple configurations — for total mission modularity. With a 4,000-pound carrying capacity, the DAGOR ISV is capable of effortlessly hauling nine soldiers and their gear. Its permanent central turret position relieves the difficulty of mounting heavy weapons.
The infantry soldier’s normal mode of off-road transportation has been nothing but boots — a physically draining and time-consuming option. But every deployed infantry squad will have its own DAGOR ISV, saving time and precious energy for when it’s needed most. And if any squad member is injured, only a single seat needs to be stowed on the side of the DAGOR ISV for full CASEVAC capability, making our solution the only light tactical vehicle that keeps the squad unified and helps move soldiers safely from one objective to the next.
The DAGOR ISV is unmatched in its deployability. Its light weight and compact dimensions allow for rapid roll-on and roll-off of air transport, as well as sling-load operations. Gear and cargo can be preloaded onto the DAGOR ISV before airdrops, saving mission-critical time and resources when operators meet the vehicle on the ground. And because of the DAGOR ISV’s unique design, soldiers can load on and off the vehicle with little obstruction or difficulty, clearing the vehicle and entering operations faster than ever.