Land Systems Division (LSD) is responsible for acquiring and supporting designated land systems for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) including development, acquisition, fleet management and through-life support of allocated land systems.
The division is responsible to the Vice Chief of the Defence Force and Service Chiefs for delivery of a diverse range of capabilities to support 'raise, train and sustain' requirements and operational deployments. LSD supported systems include combat support vehicles and systems, field vehicles, commercial vehicles, small arms, direct fire weapons support, surveillance systems, engineering and workshop equipment, deployable health systems, pharmaceuticals, soldier combat and personal equipment, ADF clothing and combat rations.
The division consists of Integrated Soldier Systems Branch, Land Manoeuvre Systems Branch, Land Vehicle Systems Branch, the Combined Arms Fighting Systems Program, the Land Engineering Agency, the Commodity Reform Program and a corporate headquarters.
Land Systems Division is a core element of the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group acquiring and sustaining designated land systems for the ADF.