How the U.S. Army's Futures Command is reshaping armored vehicles procurement
The United States Army is set to receive $57 billion over
the next five years geared towards its modernization and the ‘big six’
priorities. One of the six key priority areas for Futures Command is the Next
Generation Combat Vehicle portfolio, encompassing the complete future maneuvercapability for the U.S. Army requirements generation, design and integration.
this article to find out more about the Futures Command’s ongoing programs and
what this reshape of the U.S. Army means from its Commanding General, General
John M. Murray, who will be present at this year’s International Armored
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