Army requests more than 40,000 IVAS units in FY-21

By Jaspreet Gill  
February 14, 2020 at 1:14 PM
The Army wants to move the first Integrated Visual Augmentation System program into procurement in fiscal year 2021, asking for 40,219 units in its budget request. The service is gearing up to field IVAS, the service's augmented reality battlefield heads-up display , next year. The system combines augmented reality with night vision, increasing the soldier's situational awareness in the battlefield, and is designed for the close-combat force. In its FY-21 request, the service is asking for $906 million in base...

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