https://www.fbo.gov/index.php?s=opportu ... e&_cview=0DESCRIPTION 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).
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)
Inkl. Fotos der Kandidaten bei der "Platform Performance Demonstration" in Fort Bragg.
O.T.: US Army-Fahrzeugstudien ULCV / LRV / MPF