A self-propelled vehicle with an operating speed of 30 miles an hour, deriving its traction power from two endless flexible rubber tracks. It is primarily used as an earthmoving vehicle and is capable of bulldozing, obstacle reduction, and winching operations. It is drive-on air transportable, and low velocity air droppable, and does not require transport support for tactical deployment. It has a six-way power-angle-tilt bulldozer, winch, enclosed cab, hydraulic power tool connections, and may have an armored cab. It can ford shallow streams at normal speeds, and cross country travel capability.