Next Generation Combat Vehicle: Latest developments on the U.S. Army's modernization priorities
In total, $13.2 billion have been set aside for the U.S. Army’s Next Generation Combat Vehicle program, part of the ‘big six’ priorities of the service. Ahead of this year’s International Armored Vehicles USA, Defence IQ have compiled a report highlighting the priorities for investment in order to advance the NGCV portfolio.
Download this report to learn more about:
- How artificial intelligence will increase the Army’s lethality and response time
- The $200 million contract award for Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. and Leonardo DRS Inc. to provide Trophy active protection systems for Abrams tanks in both the Army and the Marine Corps
- The research by military and academic partners to teach autonomous robots to navigate in unfamiliar terrain by demonstration
- The $2.65 billion upgrade of M-1 Abrams tanks
- The $1.96 billion procurement of 5,113 JLTV
- The $828.4 million Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicles program
- The $265.7 million program for the procurement of 30 Amphibious Combat Vehicles
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