Army Official: Contractors Exploring 'What-If' Questions On Original GCV Requirements

By Justin Doubleday / March 17, 2015 at 5:08 PM
The contractors working to spin their Ground Combat Vehicle designs into a new potential program are exploring possible revisions to the GCV requirements, including a re-thinking of the demand for a vehicle that can carry a nine-man squad, according to an Army official. Col. Jim Schirmer, the program manager for armored fighting vehicles, said during a March 17 Defense News webinar that General Dynamics and BAE Systems are doing "concept excursions" to answer "what-if" questions on their GCV designs...

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