US-Army: Fahrzeugprojekte "Infantry Squad Vehicle"/"Light Reconnaissance Vehicle"/"Mobile Protected Firepower"

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US-Army: Fahrzeugprojekte "Infantry Squad Vehicle"/"Light Reconnaissance Vehicle"/"Mobile Protected Firepower"

Beitrag von theoderich » Sa 29. Sep 2018, 10:27

Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) - Market Survey
DESCRIPTION OF OBJECTVES:

The Product Lead, Ground Mobility Vehicles (PL GMV) is conducting a market survey for new production of the Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV). The potential solicitation (and resulting contract) would acquire Government Purpose Rights to associated technical data, logistical and test support, installation kits and ancillary hardware with the vehicles. The ancillary hardware includes, but is not limited to, Basic Issue Items (BII), special tools, new specialty kits, expeditionary field kits, initial support items, self-recovery winch kits, and extended draw bars.

DESCRIPTION OF INTENT:

Dependent upon availability of funds, there is a requirement to procure new vehicles along with hardware, services, and other deliverables detailed within the "Description of Objectives" section. With other customers, the total potential quantity over the years is approximately 2,065 vehicles; at this time, the time period is undefined.

CAPABILITY SUMMARY OF ISV:

The ISV requires mobility for a 9-soldier infantry squad with associated equipment to move around the close battle area. The ISV is a lightweight, high mobility platform that shall be transportable by all means including vertical lift (via CH47 and UH60) and Low Velocity Air Drop (LVAD).
https://www.fbo.gov/index.php?s=opportu ... e&_cview=0


Industry Day 2018
Downloadable Slide Packets

https://fortbenningausa.org/industry-da ... e-packets/

Why the Army Needs an Ultra Light Combat Vehicle, in: Infantry (April-June 2015)

https://www.dvidshub.net/publication/issues/39812

Inkl. Fotos der Kandidaten bei der "Platform Performance Demonstration" in Fort Bragg.


O.T.: US Army-Fahrzeugstudien ULCV / LRV / MPF

http://www.doppeladler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4202


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Re: US-Army: Fahrzeugprojekte "Infantry Squad Vehicle"/"Light Reconnaissance Vehicle"/"Mobile Protected Firepower"

Beitrag von theoderich » Di 9. Okt 2018, 18:28

Decision coming soon on who will build prototypes for a new Army light tank
The Army is expected to make a decision by the end of the year on which companies will build prototype vehicles as part of its light tank competition.
The low-rate initial production plans are for roughly 54 vehicles — 26 to start, with an option to build 28 more, as well as retrofitting eight of the prototype vehicles. The first unit equipped is planned for 2025.

If selected, the contractors have 14 months to deliver MPF prototypes to the Army.

A final request for proposals will likely come out in late October or November, and the service will make a decision shortly thereafter.

SAIC partnered with Singapore’s ST Kinetics and Belgium-based CMI Defense; BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems all submitted written proposals, vehicles and armor coupons for testing.

The SAIC team integrated CMI’s Cockeril 3105 turret on an ST Kinetics next-generation armored fighting vehicle chassis as its offering.

BAE Systems is offering an M8 Buford Armored Gun System with new capabilities and modernized components.

GD submitted an offering that combines a version of its latest Abrams turret with a chassis that leverages experience from the United Kingdom’s AJAX program.
If selected, SAIC plans to perform final integration work in its Charleston, South Carolina, facility, with the other companies in the team building their contributions in their own facilities.
BAE plans to build its EMD prototypes within its manufacturing network including York, Pennsylvania, Aiken, South Carolina, Anniston, Alabama and Sterling Heights, Michigan, according to the company’s MPF capture lead Greg Mole.

GD said it would not release build locations for the vehicles at this time.
https://www.defensenews.com/digital-sho ... ight-tank/


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Re: US-Army: Fahrzeugprojekte "Infantry Squad Vehicle"/"Light Reconnaissance Vehicle"/"Mobile Protected Firepower"

Beitrag von theoderich » Fr 24. Mai 2019, 20:07

SOFIC 2019: Polaris Defense Eyeing New US DoD Programmes
Mr Francis also confirmed Polaris Defense is teaming with SAIC to compete for the award by US Army for a lightweight expeditionary all-terrain vehicle (Infantry Squad Vehicle, or ISV) that can pack a nine-man squad and associated combat equipment. The Army is seeking to procure nearly 651 of the highly mobile lightweight vehicles spanning fiscal years 2020 to 2024.
https://www.monch.com/mpg/news/special- ... ammes.html



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Re: US-Army: Fahrzeugprojekte "Infantry Squad Vehicle"/"Light Reconnaissance Vehicle"/"Mobile Protected Firepower"

Beitrag von theoderich » Fr 23. Aug 2019, 20:56

OSHKOSH DEFENSE AND FLYER DEFENSE RECEIVE TASK ASSIGNMENT TO DEVELOP INFANTRY SQUAD VEHICLE (ISV)
OSHKOSH, Wis. (August 23, 2019) — Oshkosh Defense, LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE: OSK) company, announced today that the U.S. Army has awarded Oshkosh Defense along with teammate, Flyer Defense LLC, a Task Assignment award under an existing Project Agreement with the National Advanced Mobility Consortium (NAMC) to develop the new Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV).

The ISV is a lightweight expeditionary all-terrain vehicle that can carry up to nine troops and associated combat equipment.

Under the award, Oshkosh and Flyer will deliver two prototype ISVs in support of government testing and evaluation.
The ISV production contract award is expected to take place in the Spring of 2020. In total, the U.S. Army plans to procure 651 vehicles and associated hardware and services between fiscal years 2020 and 2024.
https://oshkoshdefense.com/oshkosh-defe ... hicle-isv/


Flyer Defense Teams with Oshkosh Defense to Win Prototype Contract for Infantry Squad Vehicle

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The Flyer-designed ISV is the latest in Flyer’s family of lightweight, advanced tactical vehicles and can carry a squad of up to nine troops with a payload capacity of 5,000 lbs. The ISV shares a 95 percent commonality with two of Flyer’s previously fielded and mission proven vehicles; the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) GMV 1.1 and the U.S Army A-GMV, which currently serves as the Army’s interim ISV solution.
As the design authority, Flyer will lead the build team to deliver two ISVs in accordance with the prototype contract. If selected for the full production contract, Oshkosh will be responsible for manufacturing the approximate 650 vehicles the U.S. Army is expected to procure.
http://flyerdefense.com/flyer-defense-t ... d-vehicle/



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