The LAV-25 is an 8 X 8 wheel, diesel-powered, lightly-armored vehicle that combines speed, mobility and firepower to fulfill a variety of missions for the U.S. Marine Corps. The primary objective of these tests is to assess the vulnerabilities of the LAV-25 to selected threats, both from direct damage (penetration, fragments, blast) and indirect damage caused by on-board ordnance and combustibles. The tests will address the vulnerability to the threats of the vital components of the LAV-25 vehicle (including crew and troop personnel) that are related to the mission accomplishment (mobility, firepower and communications). This document provides a plan for the independent assessment and evaluation of the live fire vulnerabilities of the USMC's LAV-25. It will be conducted for the LFT office of OSD when the test is conducted by the USMC in 1989. The plan comments on the planned shots, and the issues they should address.