Published on January 8, 2013
Platform Performance Demonstration
PurposeEducate The Army On The Current State-of-the-ArtOf Medium Armored VehiclesCommunicate The Army’s Requirements To IndustryProvide A Forum For Eventual Industry TeamingAllow The Army To Refine Its RequirementsExplore Current Vehicles For Adaptability To OurPlatform Requirements And Potential For TechnologyInsertion
Platform Qualities Derived From O&OC-130 Deployable; Air Dropable Desired,But Not RequiredOff/Near-Off-The-Shelf CharacteristicsIncreased SustainabilityCommonality in PlatformTracked or WheeledHigh Reliability RatesEmbedded DiagnosticsOpen Architecture for EnhancementsDigital Connectivity High Tactical Mobility/Agility in Complex and Urban Terrain Swim Capable Survivable As a System-of-Systems, Underpinned By Complementary TTPs Owns the Night Scalable Armor 300-500 Mile Cruising Range Plow/roller Capability Towing Capability
MAV VariantsInfantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) C2 • Pacing Item for All MAV Variants • C2 on the Move for Commanders • Carries 10 Soldiers With Individual Equipment • ABCS Like Capabilities (FBCB2, Etc)Mobile Gun System (MGS) Striker • Direct Fire Support to Dismounted Infantry Assault • Precise Locating • Defeats Fortified Positions and Troops in the Open • RSTA, FISTAnti-Tank Howitzer • Primary Tank Killer • 155mm SP • Able to Defeat State of the Art Main Battle Tanks • 30 km Range Rocket Assisted Reconnaissance Mortar • Optimize for Sensor Package • 120mm is Design Driver; Accommodate 81mm • Weapons for Self Defense • Arms Room Concept for 60mm TOCV Others • Supports ABCS Architecture • NBC Reconnaissance • Supports Rapid Displacement of C4ISR Nodes • Engineer • Wrecker • Ambulance/Logistic
Concept Of Operation BRI C-130 GA PLAN/PREP DEPLOYABLE DE O& OC PHASE I/II APA BIL1 NOV – 17 DEC 99 PHASE III ITIE PLANNING 18 – 19 DEC 99 S SAFETY/RISK C130 LOAD HIGH TACTICAL MOBILITY ASSESSMENT HETT LOAD RSI RAIL LOAD AIR DROP EVAL PHASE IVA DIRECT, RAPID FIRE GUN TECHNOLOGY 9-10 JAN 00 TO SUPPORT INFANTRY- INSERTION AND EXTENSIVE ROAD MARCHING CENTRIC FORCE ADAPTABILITY ADVANCED ON AND OFF-ROAD DRIVER’S COURSE PHASE IVB CON 11-14 JAN 00 TIN U OU S DAY/NIGHT LIVE FIRE IN OP E CLOSE TERRAIN AGAINST RAT REINFORCED POSITIONS I ON S (+ /- 10 0 km /day ) SUSTAINABILITY & MANPRINT EVALUATED THROUGHOUT
Concept Of OperationAGILITY IN COMPLEX AND BR IG AD URBAN TERRAIN E O& PHASE IVC OC AP 14 – 17 JAN 00 ABO&O DRIVEN TACTICAL “OFF THE RAMP CAPABILITY” ILIT SITUATION EXERCISE MINIMAL LOGISTICS I ES MOUT OPERATIONS REQUIREMENT IN MUCT SITE PHASE IVD 15 – 18 JAN 00 RECOVERY SWIM CAPABLE MAINTENANCE MIS TOWING PHASE IVE S IO N RANGE/FUEL USAGE 18 – 19 JAN 00 AN DC SWIM EXERCISE OM BA TT ASK S PHASE V INFORMATION SUSTAINABILITY & MANPRINT EVALUATED THROUGHOUT
End State ProductsFOR INDUSTRY A Written Report Of The Abilities Of Their Platforms To Meet The Required Capabilities In The Brigade O & O – Adaptability And Technology Insertion Potentials – Assessment Across Force Effectiveness AreasFOR THE ARMY A Written Report on Industry’s Ability to Provide Off-The-Shelf Equipment That Meets The Required Capabilities In The O & O Concept Recommended Priority List of Required Technology Insertions Initial Insights Into Industry’s Capability To Produce Platforms at Rates and in Timeframes to Meet Fielding Requirements Refined MAV Operational Requirements Document (ORD) to HQDA by 26 January
35 MAV Variants Participating Infantry Vehicle ICV (IFV/APC) 16 vehicles Mobile Gun System 2 vehicles C2 Vehicle 5 vehicles (MGS) PPD Antitank 2 vehicles 35 Vehicles Reconnaissance6 vehicles (RECCE) Other Ambulance 1 vehicle 2 vehicles Mortar 1 vehicle Engineer Participants: Live Fire Exercise - 25 Deployability - 12 BDAR - 25 Basic Drivers Crs - 25 Tactical Exercise - 25 Advanced Drivers Crs - 25 Swim - 4
PPD Participating VehiclesGeneral DynamicsLand Systems (US) DRAGOON – Dragoon 4 x 4 IFV – Dragoon 4 x 4 C2 – Dragoon 4 x 4 APC – Pandur 6 x 6 IFV (25mm) – Pandur 6 x 6 PANDUR Ambulance – Pandur 6 x 6 IFV (30mm) – Pandur 6 x 6 APC
PPD Participating VehiclesGeneral MotorsDefense (Canada) LAV III IFV– LAV III IFV– LAV III IFV w/TOW– LAV III Turreted Mortar– LAV III Recce System– LAV III 105 FUCHSHenschel (Germany)– TPz 1 Fuchs (Fox) APCMOWAG (Switzerland) LAV III MOWAG– LAV III MOWAG
PPD Participating VehiclesSingaporeTechnologiesAutomotive, Ltd BIONIX 40/50(Singapore)– Bionix 25 IFV– Bionix 40/50 IFVGiat Industries of V.A.BFrance (France)– V.A.B APCAM General (US)– Cobra 4 x 4 Recce COBRA
PPD Participating VehiclesCadillac Gage Textron XM 1117(US)– XM 1117 4 x 4 Recce– LAV 300 MK II IFV– LAV 600 AGSFNSS (Turkey) LAV 600– Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle– Armored Engineering Squad Vehicle– Armored Combat AIFV Vehicle-New Generation
PPD Participating VehiclesUnited Defense, LP(US)– Armored Gun System (w/Level I Protection) AGS– Armored Gun System (w/Level II Protection)– Mobile Tactical Vehicle Light (MTVL) IFV (One Man Turret)– MTVL IFV (Two Man Turret)– MTVL APC– XM1108 Universal MTVL IFV Carrier– M1068A3 C2– M1064A3-120mm Mort (No Turret)– M113A3 APC
The Way AheadCBD Announcement – 5 NOV 99CG Letter to Industry – 15 NOV 99Master Gunner/Road Test Examiner Train-the-Trainer at Industry – 29 NOV 99 to 3 DEC 99Industry Day – 1 DEC 99Platform Performance Demonstration – 9 DEC 99 to 20 JAN 00Report Out – 31 JAN 00ORD for Family of Medium Armored Vehicles - 26 JAN 00RFP Out to Industry - 28 FEB 00Acquisition Decision - Summer ‘00
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