|Combat weight (land)||72,460lbs
|Height over cupola||120.5"
|Ground clearance, sides||11"
|.30cal M1919A4 MG||Cupola mount||2,000 rounds||360°
|+60° to -15°
|Rolled homogeneous steel|
|Engine||Continental LV-1790-1; 12 cylinder, 4 cycle, 90° vee gasoline|
|Torque||Net: 1440 ft-lb@2000rpm
Gross: 1610 ft-lb@2200rpm
|Transmission||Allison CD-850-4A or -4B, 2 ranges forward, 1 reverse|
|Steering||Mechanical, wobble stick|
|Brakes||Multiple plate, oil cooled|
|Type||Road wheels||Track return rollers|
|Torsilastic||9 pairs of dual/track||5 dual/track|
|Drive sprockets||Idlers||Shock absorbers||17-tooth rear drive||Dual compensating at front of track||None|
|Center guide, single pin, steel with inverted grouser|
|Shoes/track||134||Ground contact length||229.25"
|Max level road speed||30mph
|Max water speed||6.8mph
|Max sideslope||60%||Max vertical obstacle||36"
|Min turning diameter||Pivot||Max fording depth||Floats|
|Cruising range||~190mi, roads
LVTP5(CMD) was the command radio version of the LVTP5, and can be identified by the forest of antennas projecting from the roof. The ten-man crew included six radio operators, who were stationed in the cargo compartment and manned up to nine radios. The vehicle was also known as LVTC5. LVTP5A1(CMD) featured the modifications done to produce the LVTP5A1.