Research was conducted at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center to evaluate leaner, lighter equipment for deployable debris removal post missile strikes for airfield damage repair ADR. LiDAR scans were obtained prior to and after the initial debris removal and were also used in the final debris removal process when using vacuums and sweepers. Photogrammetry was used to obtain measurements and to calculate volumes. A market survey of available loading and sweeping equipment was conducted to populate a database of physical dimensions and time relationships according to identified ADR tasks. Selected equipment was evaluated for maneuverability and efficiency in a realistic environment. Results indicate that mini track loaders with a maximum rated weight of 3,000 lb are capable of performing all identified ADR tasks with an efficiency at or better than the currently utilized 10,000-lb track loaders. Results also indicate that sweeper vacuums with a maximum rated weight of 3,500 lb are capable of performing all identified ADR tasks with an efficiency at or better than the currently utilized 20,000-lb vacuum trucks.