The U.S. Army Defense Ammunition Center (DAC), Validation Engineering Division (SJMAC-DEV), was tasked by the Program Manager - Engineer Systems, Marine Corps Systems Command to conduct transportability testing on the Engineer Equipment Trailer (EET). The EET was manufactured by TEREX/Load King, Elk Point, SD. The testing was conducted in accordance with TP-94-01, Revision 2, June 2004, Transportability Testing Procedures. The objective of the testing was to evaluate the EET, when transportability tested in accordance with TP-94-01, Revision 2, June 2004. The tie-down rings and anchors on the EET performed adequately during testing. The utilized test loads were effectively and efficiently secured using the tie-down provisions. The trailer, as currently designed, is adequate for the transport of bulk ammunition forward of the deck plates and not overloading the lunette. However, the trailer, as designed, cannot transport a full 10-ton payload of ammunition. The ammunition loads were secured forward of the deck plates and limited to 4,900 pounds (120MM Tank Ammunition) and 5,460 pounds (155MM Separate Loading Projectiles), to prevent overloading of the trailer lunette.