Amphibious Combat Vehicle

West Coast Marines first to try out new ACV to replace AAV

West Coast Marines are first to try out new Amphibious Combat Vehicle to replace legacy AAV Seeing the Marine Corps’ new Amphibious Combat Vehicle, Gunny Sgt. Christopher Sorrell said he thought it looked a lot cooler than the legacy Amphibious Assault Vehicle that’s been around for decades and is now on its way out. Military …

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EOS RWS tested with heavier weaponry on Boxer APC

EOS Remote Weapon Station tested with heavier weaponry on Boxer APC Trials have been conducted with a Boxer APC for potential heavier weaponry than a 12.7mm machine gun fitted on an EOS RWS: HK 40mm AGL and M230LF 30mm chaingun. Besides this, Microflown’s Castle acoustic range and direction localisation of mortars, snipers, gunfire etc. have …

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ACV: APV and BAE Systems awarded US Military Contract

APV Safety Products and BAE Systems awarded US military contract Victorian Defence exporter APV has been awarded a three-year US$500,000 ($770,000) contract to supply passenger restraints for military vehicles. APV military seatbelts will be used in several next generation amphibious and land military platforms built by BAE Systems in the USA. APV Safety Products signs …

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​ACV Deals Emerge Unscathed from Force Design 2030

PREMIUM: ​ACV deals emerge unscathed from Force Design 2030 – Land Warfare – Shephard Media The USMC Force Design 2030 blueprint, which intends to reduce the number of amphibious vehicle companies from six to four, does not affect agreements with BAE Systems to procure Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACVs). BAE Systems is continuing to execute ACV …

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Balancing Expeditionary Capabilities (ACV)

Balancing expeditionary capabilities with countering great power rivalry As part of Marine Commandant General David Berger’s ongoing modernisation and restructure of the US Marine Corps, ‘Force Design 2030’ seeks to balance traditional expeditionary responsibilities and countering great power rivalry in a contested environment against a determined peer competitor. Military Systems Group is one of world’s …

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Marine Force Design 2030

Marine Force Design 2030: Reduce Tube Artillery, Increase Rockets, Missiles – Seapower ARLINGTON, Virginia – The Marine Corps commandant has issued his plans for a major redesign of the Marine Corps’ force structure by 2030, with substantial reductions in some venerable weapon systems and increases in new systems. For example, traditional tube…Force Design 2030, signed …

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U.S. Marine Corps Orders More Amphibious Combat Vehicles

U.S. Marine Corps Orders More Amphibious Combat Vehicles from BAE Systems – Naval News BAE Systems has received a $113.5 million contract from the U.S. Marine Corps for an additional 26 Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) under the Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) phase of the program. BAE Systems press release This award brings the total vehicle …

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