International Armored Vehicles USA Event Guide
The inaugural International Armored Vehicles USA event will take place at the Four Seasons in Austin, TX, the new home of US Army Futures Command, as it transitions to Full Operational Capability. US Army Futures Command will be represented at the conference by General John M. Murray, Brigadier General Richard Coffman and Lieutenant General Paul A. Ostrowski.
The agenda for this world-class event will feature a thorough analysis of- and partnership opportunities in- the following areas:
- Vehicle protection suites and active protection systems
- Next Generation Combat Vehicle program including the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV)
- The Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) program
- Robotics and autonomous systems - including the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) or ‘Robotic Wingman’
- Foreign military sales opportunities for light tactical and legacy platforms
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