The Chief of Staff of the Australian Army launched the “Army in Motion” initiative when he became Chief.
Clearly, the Boxer is one of the enablers of that vision.
The video highlights the following:
Soldiers from the 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) participated in the first-ever driver training conversion course for the Australian Army’s new Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle.
Conducted between Gallipoli Barracks, Wide Bay Training Area, and Greenbank Training Area in South East Queensland, the course involved theory lessons on maintenance, safe driving on civilian roads, and navigating challenging terrain they might face on the battlefield.
Australian Department of Defence
October 2, 2020