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Faction Icon-side-redfor.png Russian Armed Forces
Type Utility Truck
Seats All variants: 3 seats:
  • 1× Driver
  • 2× Cab Passengers

Transport variants: 13 seats:

  • 11× Passengers
Item capacity Max:
  • 50× Weapons
  • 200× Magazines
  • 8× Backpacks
Top speed ~ 79 km/h
Fuel capacity 100 fuel units
Primary armament None
Secondary armament None
Variants Standard, Open, Repair, Ammunition, Fuel, Supply, Salvage
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The Kamaz (alternately called the Utility Truck) is a family of logistics trucks used exclusively by the Russian Armed Forces in ArmA 2.


  • Roles:
    • Troop transport
    • Ground vehicle repair
    • Refuelling
    • Vehicle munitions rearmament
« This utility truck is a Russian-made 6x6 cargo truck developed in 1973 and still manufactured today. These trucks are very reliable, with powerful V8 engines. This one is used to repair, service and maintain all other motor vehicles.
Armoury Description


The Kamaz is a family of Russian-made 6x6 light utility trucks. It uses a conventional layout with a front-mounted engine and a all-metal forward control cab.

There are a total of six more configurations of the Kamaz aside from the baseline troop transport variant. These include a fuel tanker, ammunition transport, field repair vehicle, and a salvager/supply carrier variant.

Although slower than its American counterpart, the Kamaz has surprisingly decent off-road handling and can accelerate more quickly compared to the older Ural truck. Due to its higher centre of gravity, it does face a greater risk of a rollover when turning at high speeds.

Crew Capacity
Regardless of variant, the Kamaz always has a capacity of three seats for a crew that consists of a driver and two passengers who sit in the cab alongside the driver.


Baseline variant. Can transport up to eleven passengers on its rear flatbed.

The rear section is covered with a tarpaulin which can hide troops from view (note that the tarpaulin does not provide ballistic protection).

Identical to the baseline transport variant but lacks the tarpaulin cover. Transports the same number of passengers.

Carries spare parts, tools, and additional components that can repair nearby land vehicles and grounded aircraft. Has only two seats for the driver and a cab passenger.

Visually identical to the Repair variant, but the rear container stores ammunition and ordnance instead.

It can rearm nearby land vehicles and grounded aircraft. Contains the same amount of seats as the Repair variant.

Has a large fuel tanker attached to the rear flatbed section.

It can refuel nearby land vehicles and grounded aircraft. Contains the same amount of seats as the Repair variant.

Visually identical to the Ammunition variant.

It will automatically be dispatched from the closest forward base to a nearby town to increase its "supply" value.

Visually identical to the Repair variant but cannot actually repair ground vehicles or aircraft.

It will automatically be dispatched from the closest forward base to disassemble destroyed vehicle wrecks on the battlefield.

(*) These variants are completely non-functional in normal gameplay and only work in Capture The Island (CTI) scenarios created with the Warfare module.


All variants of the Kamaz have base armour values of 32.


Kamaz hulls can survive 32 points of damage.


Their engines are only capable of withstanding 12.8 points of damage. Only 40% of damage on this component is shared with the vehicle's main "health" pool.

A damaged engine will prevent the vehicle from being able to attain their top speeds.

Fuel tank

The fuel tanks (not the cistern on Fuel variants) can incur up to 44.8 points of damage before failing. At least 50% of damage on the tanks will be transferred onto the vehicle's main "health" pool.

A damaged tank will cause the vehicle to gradually lose fuel over time.


The tyres on all variants can only take 12.8 points of damage before bursting. Only 30% of damage is shared with the vehicle's main "health" pool.


  • The in-game Kamaz/Utility Truck is based on the "KamAZ-4310" family of 6x6 trucks used by the Russian military in real-life.


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See also

Vehicles of comparable role and configuration

Vehicles of ArmA 2
Wheeled 9P117 SCUD-BATVBRDM-2* • BTR-40BTR-60BTR-90BM-21 Grad* • BusCarDingo 2 CZHatchbackHMMWV* • GAZJackal 2 MWMIKKamazLada* • LAV-25Military OffroadMotorcycle* (Old moto) • Mountain bike (Old bike) • MTVR* • Offroad* • Pandur II 8x8 CZPickup* • RM-70S1203SedanStryker (MGS) • SUV (Armored SUV) • T810TractorTouring CarTowing TractorUAZ-469* • Ural* • V3S* • Vodnik
Tracked 2S6M TunguskaAAVP-7A1BMP-2BMP-3BVP-1FV510 WarriorM1 Abrams* (M1A2 TUSK*) • M113M2 BradleyM270 MLRS* • T-34* • T-55T-72* (T-72M4 CZ) • T-90ZSU-23-4*
Rotor-wing AH-1ZAH-6J Little Bird (AH-6X) • AH-11 WildcatAH-64D* (AH-1) • CH-47F Chinook (Chinook HC4) • Ka-52Ka-60Ka-137Merlin HC3MH-6J Little BirdMi-8MTV-3* (Mi-17*) • Mi-24P (Mi-24D*, Mi-24V*) • UH-1Y (UH-1H) • UH-60 Black Hawk (MH-60S)
Fixed-wing A-10 Thunderbolt II* • An-2AV-8B HarrierC-130J Hercules* • F-35 Lightning IIL-159 ALCAL-39ZA (L-39C) • MQ-9 Reaper* • MV-22 OspreyPchela-1TSu-39 (Su-25*) • Su-34
Aquatic CRRCFishing BoatPBXRHIBSmall Boat
(Parenthesis) denote variants.
* indicates partial DLC dependency.
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Arma2-factionicon-russianarmedforces.png Russian Armed Forces - Vehicles (ArmA 2)
Wheeled BTR-90BM-21 GradKamazVodnikUAZ-469
Tracked 2S6M TunguskaBMP-3T-72T-90
Rotor-wing Ka-52Mi-8MTV-3 (Mi-8MT) • Mi-24P
Fixed-wing Pchela-1TSu-39Su-34
Aquatic PBX
(Parenthesis) denote variants.