Lockheed Martin Wraps Up Marine Personnel Carrier Testing At Pendleton

By Lee Hudson / April 8, 2013 at 6:10 AM
Lockheed Martin recently completed human factors testing and amphibious operations testing of its prototype for the Marine Corps Marine Personnel Carrier program, according to Patrick Shepherd, Lockheed's Havoc program manager. The Marine Corps awarded $3.5-million contracts in August 2012 to Lockheed, General Dynamics Land Systems, BAE Systems and Science Applications International Corp. to build MPC prototypes in August. The systems demonstration and studies portions include a water performance evaluation; limited survivability evaluations, or blast tests; a human factors and stowage...

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