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Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) RFP

U.S. Army set to award contract for 1070 ultra-lightweight infantry squad vehicles The U.S. Army has released the request for proposals for new Infantry Squad Vehicles (ISV) to equip light infantry brigades with an ultra-lightweight vehicle. As a result of solicitation, the Gover… DAGOR AUSA 2019 DAGOR Turrets and Machine Gun Mounts Military Systems Group …

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Objective to Purchase 651 Infantry Squad Vehicles

Army’s Infantry Squad Vehicle Sparks Robust Competition SAIC-Polaris DAGOR SAIC-Polaris photo The Army is trying to fast-track the acquisition of an all-terrain, highly transportable vehicle intended to provide ground mobility capabilities for infantry brigade combat teams. In February 2019 the service approved a procurement objective to purchase 651 infantry squad vehicles, or ISVs. DAGOR Turrets …

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MSG Products Represented on World-Class Vehicles at AUSA 2019

MSG is the defense world’s leading source for machine-gun mounting solutions, turrets and gunner protection kits (GPK). Companies entering into the defense sector look to the decades-long, combat proven track record of MSG’s products and work with us to carry on that tradition. MSG’s products were proudly displayed on vehicles and in booths of veterans …

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Who Will Build 651 Parachuting Trucks For The Army? (ISV)

Who Will Build 651 Parachuting Trucks For The Army? WASHINGTON: Three very different teams are vying to build the Army’s Infantry Squad Vehicle, a truck tough enough to parachute out of an airplane and then drive away cross-country with nine heavily armed infantrymen. By Nov. 13th, each team owes the Army two vehicles for testing, …

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Updated: Polaris, GM and Flyer Down Selected for ISV Competition

Army Spending Millions To Trial Three Light Tactical Vehicles Including One It Already Uses The U.S. Army has selected three different light tactical vehicle proposals to compete in its Infantry Squad Vehicle program. But the service has already bought hundreds of examples of one of the vehicles in the running, which is also in service …

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