The Cornish Defence Force maintains a small contingent of CVR(T) vehicles donated from the British Army. These are the only tracked armoured vehicles in the CDF, forming part of 1 Armoured Squadron, Duchy of Cornwall Regiment.
The vehicles are often used for training exercises on Bodmin Moor or at training areas across the border, but also serve in the important base protection role at St Mawgan (air base & barracks), Culdrose (air base & barracks) and Falmouth (naval base). At times of increased security, they may also be deployed to the three main road entry points to the Duchy at Saltash, Launceston and Kilkhampton to support border checkpoints.
The workhorse of the CDF on the ground is the Land Rover Wolf. With a large number of reservists in the CDF, the Wolf performs many emergency civil duties such as search and rescue on the moors and coast and to provide medical services in highly rural areas. The vehicles and crews can also be called upon to support the Duchy of Cornwall Constabulary when additional police manpower is required. A small number of armed and armoured variants are also maintained and often used abroad on peacekeeping missions, typically as part of an Irish or Canadian deployment.