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Major Projects Report 2015 and the Equipment Plan 2015 to 2025


    Scout Specialist Vehicles

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    In‑year progress

    MAIN GATE 2 – MANUFACTURE PHASE: This was achieved in September 2014, securing a fleet of 589 vehicles broken down into 9 different variants (including the Special to Role variants). This approval also included the initial two years’ in-service support. Approval for the longer-term in-service support contract is planned for Q3 2016 at Main Gate 3, following an open competition. Demonstration phase progress continues with the achievement of the following milestones:

      • May 2014: K11A SCOUT Base Platform Critical Design Review.

      • June 2014: K13 Protected Mobility Reconnaissance Support Critical Design Review.

      • October 2014: K17 Equipment Support Roles Critical Design Review.

      • December 2014: K16 SCOUT Critical Design Review.

      • January 2015: K15 Protected Mobility Reconnaissance Support Training Readiness Review.


Der SCOUT soll sogar früher in Dienst gestellt werden, als ursprünglich angenommen - Jänner 2020 statt Juli 2020.


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Ein paar Fotos der FRES SV-Vorläufer LANCER ...

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... und SIKA:

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LOCKHEED MARTIN/SIKA INTERNATIONAL RECEIVES $4.75 MILLION MATURATION CONTRACT FOR CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL TRACER/FSCS VEHICLE


DALLAS, TX, June 11, 2003 - Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] and SIKA International - a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems - have received a $4.75 million contract for technology maturation and evaluation for FCS. This effort continues development of the Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RSTA) mission equipment package from the Tactical Reconnaissance Armored Combat Requirement (TRACER)/Future Scout and Cavalry System (FSCS) Technology Demonstrator. The U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Command (TACOM) in Warren, Michigan, is the contracting agency.

The six-month effort will include continued maturation of the RSTA technologies and provide analysis from the original TRACER/FSCS program. The elevated sensor suite with a Comanche Horizontal Technology Insertion (HTI) FLIR system and advanced radar capabilities provides the Scout with an elevated mast capable of on-the-move 360 degree, long-range high fidelity electro-optical capability. An additional advanced Radar System will be matured and separately integrated into the system to demonstrate improved crew capabilities resulting from EO and RF "fused" data and target information.

The culmination of the contract will be a three-week exercise to provide test, demonstrations, and an evaluation exercise at Yuma Test Grounds, Arizona, for the robustness of the integration and packaging of the elevated sensor suite with rapid area search and ATD/ATR capabilities. The accomplishments of this program provide the potential to be leveraged into the Future Combat Systems (FCS) program in the U.S. and Future Rapid Effect System (FRES) program in the U.K.

"During field trials at Fort Carson last summer, the UK Joint Program Manager referred to the SIKA TRACER/FSCS system and it's technologies as one of the most mature transformational systems available," said Ken McGinty, TRACER/FSCS program director for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. "Recent success at the Army's C4I On-The-Move exercises at Fort Dix demonstrated continued maturity and development of system integration and packaging of leap-ahead technologies for application to the future force initiatives. We believe the TRACER/FSCS system is proving to have many of the leading technology capabilities needed by US/UK transformational initiatives."

The original TRACER/FSCS program was an international joint development program between the United Kingdom and the United States established to develop a Replacement Armored Reconnaissance System for both countries.

The resulting jointly developed integrated demonstrator is one of two major system engineering and integration activities by the joint development team. In addition to the Fully Integrated System Demonstrator, the team developed and demonstrated in field trials a second C-130 transportable, classified "Integrated Survivability Demonstrator Vehicle."

The innovative system integration and packaging of advanced technologies developed and matured by the SIKA team has created a system that includes: leading edge C4I architecture, high-performing elevated sensors, advanced automotive chassis, turret and cannon development, and advanced survivability characteristics. The team utilized the active participation of "user" soldiers from the UK and US, who were provided virtual prototypes and constructive simulations of the system during design and development. This joint program reflects the early participation of coalition war fighters to refine the coalition requirements and capabilities of the system.

The maturation funding will help the U.S. and U.K. armies leverage some of the $300 million government investment and four years of technical vehicle and RSTA technology maturity from the FSCS/TRACER, PD/ATD program. Industry investment has paralleled that of the governments.

The very successful joint program was started over three years ago with a joint Memorandum of Agreement and the Joint Program Office. The program predated the initiatives on Transformation in the US and Future Rapid Effects System (FRES) in the UK.



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SIKA INTERNATIONAL ROLLS OUT TRACER/FSCS CHASSIS

DALLAS, TX – (November 19, 2001) -- The automotive chassis for the SIKA International’s TRACER (Tactical Reconnaissance Armored Combat Vehicle Requirement)/FSCS (Future Scout and Cavalry System) Technology Demonstrator was rolled out recently at a ceremony in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

TRACER/FSCS is an international joint development program between the United Kingdom and the United States established to develop a Replacement Armored Reconnaissance System for both countries. This jointly developed automotive chassis demonstrator is the first in a series of integration activities to produce a “Fully Integrated System Demonstrator” for the Joint Program. Follow-on system integration activities will include high performance reconnaissance and targeting sensors, leading edge C4I technology and advanced integrated survivability systems.

“This roll-out reflects the commitment and dedication of the SIKA Team to fulfilling the needs of the US/UK cavalrymen on future battlefields,” said Roland Asokolis of the Joint Program Office.

The chassis was produced under contract to SIKA International, the prime contractor for the TRACER/FSCS program. SIKA International is a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and British Aerospace Systems, with General Dynamics Land Systems and Vickers Defence as principal subconctactors.

The TRACER/FSCS chassis is transportable by C-130 aircraft and boasts unprecedented high-speed mobility performance for a tracked vehicle. It’s the first combat vehicle designed to employ the use of a band track, which weighs half of a conventional track and is remarkably quieter.

The chassis rollout is a major milestone for the SIKA Team and the TRACER/FSCS Joint Program Office. The TRACER/FSCS program will complete the advanced technology demonstrator phase in July 2002. Following the roll-out in Michigan, the chassis will be flown via C-130 to the SIKA team’s site in Orlando, Florida, for integration of the elevated sensor suite and a series of final System Integration milestones.

The full-up “Scout” system will then be flown via C-130 for testing and demonstration at the U.S. Army maneuver range in Fort Carson, Colorado, in May and June 2002. On the range, the SIKA TRACER/FSCS system will demonstrate, in a dynamic environment, the reconnaissance capabilities required to operate and survive while gathering and disseminating data on real targets in a tactical environment.



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US/UK PARTNERS WIN CONTRACT TO DEVELOP ARMY STEALTH RECONNAISSANCE PLATFORM

ORLANDO, Florida and LONDON, February 1, 1999 ­ SIKA International*, the joint Lockheed Martin/British Aerospace company, today secured a $146 million contract for studies into a stealth armored reconnaissance platform for the U.S. and British armies.

FSCS/TRACER* will be designed and developed by SIKA and a powerful team of specialist U.S. and UK companies, securing hundreds of key high-tech jobs. Workshare for the 42-month Project Definition/Advanced Technology Demonstrator contract will be divided equally between the U.S. and Britain.

SIKA will use the most advanced stealth design and systems integration technology to make the vehicle virtually undetectable on the 21st century battlefield.

It is intended to operate deep inside enemy lines, gathering vital information about the positions and strengths of opposition forces, headquarters, artillery sites and other high value targets.

A wide range of detection devices, including acoustic and infra-red sensors, radar and day TV, will potentially be installed to collect all the data, which will then be transmitted back securely to a wide net of users by advanced communications.

A crucial element of the program will be SIKA's ability to make FSCS/TRACER stealthy by a combination of design and systems, drawing on the consortium's vast experience in aerospace and land systems.

The vehicle will be carefully shaped to prevent reflection of radar beams and will be fitted with a variety of stealth systems, including absorptive materials.

British Aerospace chief executive John Weston and Lockheed Martin electronics sector president and chief executive officer Bob Coutts said: "We are delighted to secure this contract so that the SIKA team can now get to work and bring together the best available technology in a strategic partnership fully capable of meeting all requirements."

Ken McGinty, SIKA managing director, said: "Our team is already in place and ready to develop the most cost-effective total solution that provides both armies with the reconnaissance system they require."

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NOTE TO EDITORS: The U.S. acronym FSCS stands for Future Scout and Cavalry System. TRACER is the UK army acronym for Tactical Reconnaissance Armored Combat Requirements.

Lockheed Martin Electronics & Missiles, Orlando, Florida, is the lead Lockheed Martin company on FSCS/TRACER.

The SIKA team currently comprises:

    The US:

      Lockheed Martin

      General Dynamics

      Northrop Grumman

The SIKA team currently comprises:

    The UK:

      British Aerospace

      Vickers Defence Systems

      Pilkington Optronics

      Shorts Missile Systems

      Smiths Industries

      Computing Devices



THE 1998 UNITED STATES ARMY MODERNIZATION PLAN

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Near-Term (FY98-03)

[...]

Future Scout and Cavalry System (FSCS) ATD. FSCS ATD will demonstrate the advanced technologies — e.g., sensors, survivability, communications, mobility, and lethality — required to develop the Army's first dedicated scout/reconnaissance vehicle. Plans call for a robust, competitive demonstration while omitting the traditional demonstration and validation phases as a time and cost saving measure. The demonstration will be conducted competitively under a cooperative program with the United Kingdom. The ATD is scheduled to start in FY98 and is to be completed in FY02.

Multi-Function Staring Sensor Suite (MFS3). This program supplies the advanced sensor technology development to improve the effectiveness and survivability of the combat vehicle. This ATD will demonstrate a compact, affordable suite of advanced integrated sensors to increase long-range noncooperative target identification, reduce time lines, increase detection probabilities of low-signature targets, and detect mortar/sniper fire location. The suite will include staring infrared arrays, multifunction laser and acoustic arrays. This ATD started in FY98 and is scheduled to be completed in FY01.

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Mid-Term (FY04-10)

Future Combat System (FCS). The Future Combat System (FCS) responds to a requirement for a new close combat system that is a leap-ahead in lethality, survivability, and sustainability. A key element of FCS is the ability of this system to perform expanded battlefield roles in the close heavy battlespace while significantly reducing the logistical support required for deployment and sustainment of such a system. This need for an expanded battlefield role resulted in a change from a Future Main Battle Tank (FMBT) concept to FCS. FCS concept development is focused on candidate armament technologies which are the main design drives for FCS. Also being explored in S&T are alternative power sources and approaches to provide a platform capable of maximum output with minimum logistical demands. Advanced survivability measures will be integrated into the FCS. First Unit Equipped (FUE) is desired for FY15.

Future Infantry Vehicle (FIV). The strategically deployable FIV will provide full dimensional protection and transport for its crew and an 11-man Land Warrior infantry squad to any point on the battlefield. The FIV will dominate maneuver and provide fires at extended ranges with increased survivability. The FIV and variants are anticipated to replace the Bradley family of vehicles and the aging Ml 13 family of vehicles as general transport and medical evacuation vehicles. The FIV needs to begin fielding no later than 2012 to meet projected operational requirements and anticipated threat.



Snake Eyes® Reconnaissance and Surveillance System
Multi-Spectral Sensor for the US Army




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PM pledges £178 billion investment in defence kit

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Strike brigades

We will create 2 new ‘strike brigades’ by 2025 to be rapidly deployable, able to self-deploy thousands of kilometres, and with a much lower logistic footprint. They will use the new Ajax family (previously known as Scout) range of vehicles, comprising 6 variants and almost 600 armoured vehicles.



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National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-security-strategy-and-strategic-defence-and-security-review-2015

      Zitat:
      The Army

      4.48 The Army delivers a modern, capable and sophisticated force able to fight independently or alongside our allies, train international partners and contribute to the UK’s resilience. As part of Joint Force 2025, we will have:

        • A war-fighting division optimised for high intensity combat operations. The division will draw on two armoured infantry brigades and two new Strike Brigades to deliver a deployed division of three brigades. We will establish these two Strike Brigades to be able to deploy rapidly over long distances using the new Ajax armoured vehicles and new mechanised infantry vehicles. They will double the number of brigades ready for operations. With these, and 16 Air Assault Brigade’s very high readiness forces, we will improve our ability to respond to all likely threats.

        Upgraded Apache attack and RAF Chinook support helicopters, and Warrior armoured fighting vehicles. We will extend the life of our Challenger 2 main battle tanks.

        • Two innovative brigades comprising a mix of Regulars and specialist capabilities from the Reserves able to contribute to our strategic communications, tackle hybrid warfare and deliver better battlefield intelligence.

        • A number of infantry battalions reconfigured to provide an increased contribution to countering terrorism and building stability overseas. They will conduct defence engagement and capacity building, providing training, assistance, advice and mentoring to our partners.


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Hier sieht man gut den Größenunterschied zum "Warrior" - und das ist nur die PMRS-Variante:



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March 7th 2016 - General Dynamics Land Systems-UK inaugurates new Armoured Fighting Vehicle facility

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General Dynamics Land Systems-UK today inaugurated its new Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) Assembly, Integration and Testing (AIT) facility at Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. The facility, which will undergo significant refurbishment through 2016 and be fully operational in 2017, will support the delivery of AJAX vehicles to the British Army.


Die ersten hoch auflösenden Fotos des AJAX in "Vollausstattung" (Ich habe hier nur die Vorschau ins Forum gestellt.). Als das Fahrzeug letztes Jahr auf der DSEI vorgestellt worden ist, war noch keine Waffenstation auf dem Turm montiert.

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CBI wants factory space investment as defence firm opens



Das ist die Fabrik in Merthyr Tydfil, wo die Fahrzeuge montiert werden:

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    Zitat:
    The site where General Dynamics will base its centre of excellence in Merthyr is the size of five football pitches.

    It was built in in 1997/8 for heavy engineering use, originally for Halla Euro Enterprise Ltd, a South Korean forklift truck manufacturer.

    Lansing Linde acquired the site in 1999 & operated successfully there for many years, however a decision was taken to close the plant in 2013.

    Linde made large forklift vehicles including container handlers and side loaders.



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Ajax vehicle brings Merthyr Tydfil factory back to life

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The first vehicle is expected to be completed at the Merthyr Tydfil facility in 2018, with the first Army units to receive the vehicle equipped by mid-2019 and ready to deploy from the end of 2020.


Dafür gibt's eine GoPro auf dem Magazin der Waffenstation ...


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Das erste Firmenvideo des neuen Aufklärungspanzers AJAX:



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New 40mm cannon system handed over to British Army (21. März 2016)

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The first production standard Cased Telescoped Cannon System has been handed over to the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) in Bourges, France by CTA International (CTAI) – a 50/50 joint venture company between BAE Systems and Nexter Systems.

It is the first delivery of 515 new 40mm cannons that have been ordered for the British Army for use in the Ajax and Warrior vehicles and incorporates unique technologies that will provide superior firepower.

Developed by specialist engineers from BAE Systems and Nexter Systems, the cannon system uses an innovative design for both the cannon and its ammunition, and is the first completely new cannon system ordered by the MOD since the 1960s. The new cannon fires 40mm Cased Telescoped ammunition, manufactured for the British Army by BAE Systems’ munitions factories in Washington, Tyne and Wear and Glascoed in Wales.

The new ammunition is neatly contained in a straight tube instead of the traditional bullet shape and can deliver a more explosive charge – up to four times the power of the 30mm rounds it replaces. The current types of ammunition developed for the cannon include armour piercing and training rounds – while a new airburst round for engaging light vehicles and infantry spread over a large area, and a point detonating round which can penetrate thick concrete – are currently undergoing qualification. CTAI is also working on an anti-aerial airburst round for airborne targets.

The cannon uses a new rotating breech system, with ammunition loaded at a 90 degree angle to the barrel before being rotated into firing position. Loading the ammunition sideways saves a large amount of space in the vehicle, allowing this to be used to store more ammunition or other equipment.



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Gen Nick Carter
@ArmyCGS

Yesterday was 1st live fire of Ajax, key element of new Strike Brigades with combination of great reach and punch



Ajax successfully completes major Live Firing Milestone

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The Army’s new Armoured Fighting Vehicle – AJAX – has successfully completed its early live firing test programme at Radnor Ranges in Powys, Wales. This early live firing involved testing the main 40 mm stabilised cannon and machine gun while the vehicle was static, and is being used to de-risk the formal firing programme that will take place later this year. This is the first time the weapon system has been fired while fitted to the AJAX platform and is a significant event in the delivery programme.

Throughout the test, AJAX had a huge amount of instrumentation filled to record all aspects of the firing, from recoil and blast stresses to fall of shot. The next test firing is planned for later this year, and once again will involve a fully instrumented vehicle and be used to gather further evidence before progressing to manned firing in early 2017. The test was conducted by General Dynamics-UK and Lockheed Martin-UK with the MOD observing.



Radnor Range Ltd

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AJAX successfully completes major live firing milestone


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June 28th 2016 - AJAX programme completes initial air portability trials

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General Dynamics Land Systems-UK has completed initial air portability trials for the AJAX family of vehicles at the Joint Air Delivery Test and Evaluation Unit (JADTEU) at Royal Air Force (RAF) Brize Norton.

The trials, which took place at the end of May, assessed the loading of the ARES prototype platform, which will be used to deliver and support specialist troops across the battlefield, into the cargo hold of an RAF C-17A Globemaster III and A400M Atlas aircraft. These aircraft provide the RAF with a long-range, strategic, heavy-lift capability, which enables it to project and sustain an effective force close to a potential area of operations for combat, peacekeeping or humanitarian missions worldwide.

The ARES prototype platform was driven onto real-size mock-ups of each aircraft, in order for JADTEU to develop a tie down scheme. These trials form part of the process, which, combined with additional trials, will ensure that the AJAX family of vehicles, when in-service, can be transported anywhere in the world in rapid time to support the British Army.


Das PMRS-Fahrzeug im Laderaum-Mock-up der A400M sieht aber sehr "kahl" aus: SLAT demontiert, Zusatzpanzerung demontiert, Sensorik, Waffenstation und Gegenmaßnahmen entfernt. Erinnert an die Kompromisse beim Spz "Puma".


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Active Protection for our Armed Forces

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The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has placed a £7.6 million contract with QinetiQ to evaluate an Active Protection System (APS) for armoured vehicles.

QinetiQ will work with a number of sub-contractors, including Airbus Defence and Space who are contracted to deliver, for evaluation, a number of systems based on the MUSS® self-protection systems. The technical assessments will quantify how well the system performs against a range of weapon systems, and will also include a BAE Systems appliqué integration of a MUSS® system onto a Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank to demonstrate potential future capability.

The MEDUSA Technical Assessment Programme (TAP) is a key part of on-going Dstl research into APS, alongside a complementary effort to develop the open architecture to support a future modular capability.

Dstl has been investigating APS for a number of years, and considers them an important part of a future survivability capability for keeping pace with new threats. A holistic view of survivability is required, drawing upon a range of technologies, which address all aspects from prevention of target detection to mitigation of potentially lethal effects. Active Protection defeats threats before they strike a vehicle, by sensing them and providing a ‘soft’ response (based on jamming or obscuration of the guidance mechanism) or ‘hard’ response (based on physical interception).

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QinetiQ is working closely with other industrial partners with APS domain expertise in order to conduct and deliver the MEDUSA TAP. Textron and Frazer-Nash are also key contributors to the MEDUSA team.



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