Army sets four OMFV capability priorities: growth, gun, FLIR, protection

By Jason Sherman  
October 19, 2018 at 4:00 PM
Army leaders, refining the requirement for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program, have prioritized four capabilities for a Bradley replacement: growth potential, the main gun, an advanced forward looking infrared sensor and active protection systems. Next Generation Combat Vehicle cross-functional team Director Brig. Gen. Richard Coffman conveyed the updated requirements -- the top-four list plus another nine capabilities -- to select industry in a Sept. 26 seven-page memo, marked not for public distribution and reviewed by Inside Defense . The...

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