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UAE is ready to take thousands of used MRAP vehicles

The UAE plans to acquire 4,500 used MRAP package from US military surplus, to improve force protection and protected mobility for land forces. The emirate is also planning to add a ballistic missile regiment, equipped with 12 HIMARS mobile launchers and 100 ATACMS ballistic guided missiles

SOCOM to Modernize its Tactical Vehicle Fleet

AM General is offering a beefed-up variant of the HMMWV, optimized for Special Operations.
As heavy combat vehicle programs are idling, modernization of the tactical vehicles is in progress, as the Army, Marine Corps and Special Operations Command plan to replace and reset their fleet of High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV). Two vehicles classes are currently underway - the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV), equipping the Army and US Marine Corps, and the Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) 1.1 – replacing the HMMWVs operated by the Special Operations Command.

RPG Net to Protect the MaxxPro MRAP

The U.S. Army has ordered 829 rocket-propelled grenade RPG Net kits for the MaxxPro Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle. In February 2011 the...

Navistar Introduces the Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV) High Mobility Truck

Navistar Defense, LLC unveiled today a new, high-mobility medium tactical vehicle (MTV) at the Modern Day Marine Exposition. The MTV is based on the...

SIPRI: U.S., UK, France and Italy Continue to Lead the...

The total arms sales of the world's top 100 largest arms producing companies has increased by $39 billion in 2008, to reach $385 billion;...

New ‘MaxxPro Dash’ MRAP to Get Independent Suspension

Navistar Defense was awarded a $752 million contract to produce 1,050 enhanced 'MaxxPro Dash' Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles. Unlike previous version of...

JLTV Demonstrators are Shaping Up for Testing

AUSA, Washington DC, October 2009: More details on the Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV) have emerged recently with ongoing Technology Demonstration (TD) phase underway, with each...

After Winning Britain, Navistar’s MXT Competes for M-ATV

Navistar Defense is competing for the M-ATV program with the International MXT vehicle platform, a lighter derivative of the company's MaxxPro MRAP design. The...

BAE Submits Two M-ATV Proposals to Pursue Army program

The second M-ATV model developed by BAE System represents an optimized design offering higher mobility, high power/weight ratio and ample payload capacity for future...

US Army Announce JLTV Winners

GTV, Navistar-BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin will develop three competing designs for final selection within 27 months. The U.S. Army narrowed the list of potential...
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