The Cadillac gage Commando, or M706, was an American armored car designed specifically for the United States Military Police Corps during the Vietnam War. It was designed to serve
the role of armed convoy escort and was one of the first vehicles to combine the roles of armored personnel carrier and
traditional armored vehicle. Its height and amphibious capability were designed specifically for the Vietnam jungles so
it could observe enemy activity through the thick vegetation. Eventually variants of the Commando were developed: the V-100, V-150, and V-200, each of which was modified for different battlefield roles.