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- Combat engineer : Ground combat troops trained and equipped to improve the mobility of one's own side by breaching enemy obstacles, building bridges, etc.; blocking enemy mobility with barriers, demolition, mine warfare, etc.
- Assault Breacher Vehicle : U.S. Marine Corps vehicle remanufactured from M1 Abrams tanks for combat engineers to use in penetrating obstacles, standard minefields, and areas with improvised explosive devices
- BAT-M (combat engineering vehicle) : Combat engineering vehicle derivative of the Soviet T-54 (tank)
- BAT-2 (combat engineering vehicle) : Soviet combat engineering vehicle derivative of the T-64 (tank), with a large earthmoving blade at the front, a soil ripper spike at the rear and a 2-ton crane on the top; carries 5 combat engineers and 3-man vehicle crew; high cost limited its deployment
- High Mobility Engineering Vehicle : Australian Army wheeled combat engineering vehicle designed to operate in high-speed convoys; the Interim High-Mobility Engineering Excavator is a variant in U.S. service
- Interim High-Mobility Engineering Excavator : U.S. Army wheeled combat engineering vehicle derived from the Australian High Mobility Engineering Vehicle; to serve with Stryker Brigade Combat Teams
- Nagmashot : Combat engineering vehicle modified from a British Centurion (tank) chassis by the Israeli Defense Forces; after replacement in the CEV mission by the Puma, converted to Nagmachon urban warfare vehicle
- M729 (combat engineering vehicle) : No longer in service, a U.S. Army vehicle, built on an M60 Patton tank chassis, which carried a lifting crane, short-barrelled 165mm gun for destroying obstacles, and other equipment to support combat engineer functions on the battlefield
- M1132 engineer squad vehicle : Light, wheeled, highly mobile combat engineering vehicle, part of the Stryker family of military vehicles and deployed with Stryker Brigade Combat Teams
- Puma (combat engineering vehicle) : Israeli combat engineering vehicle/armored personnel carrier that replaced the Nagmashot; both are built on the chassis of a British Centurion (tank), but the Puma is optimized for fast battlefield operations
- Bulldozer : A piece of construction equipment, with military applications, characterized by a movable blade for pushing earth or debris on the front of a tracked vehicle with great traction and power