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An Armored Surveillance Vehicle in real life.

Armored Surveillance Vehicles are heavily armored trucks used by Law Enforcement agencies for overt surveillance purposes. They are deployed in public areas to record and monitor local activity, serving as a deterrent to keep criminals out of an area and prevent suspicious activity. They are equipped with several cameras and audio recording devices, but are usually used in public areas or for nuisance reports to avoid impeding civilian's privacy. With their cameras active, they can be left unmanned to monitor an area without a police presence. The vehicles are completely bulletproof and can withstand extreme temperatures.

Battlefield Hardline[]


The Mobile Command Post is a vehicle featured in Battlefield Hardline. The vehicle serves as the Law Enforcement mobile spawn point; its Criminal equivalent is the Syndicate Crew Cab. The vehicle seats six: including one driver and five passengers who can fire from side mounted gunports. Being an armored truck, the Mobile Command Post is bulletproof and can move stationary objects with ease. It can only be damaged with explosives or heavy weapons like helicopter HMGs or the M134 Minigun.

The vehicle can only be entered by players on the Law Enforcement side. Upon entering the cab, player health is automatically restored to full health, and ammo is automatically resupplied.

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