OMFV prototype deliveries lower thanks to digital design

By Ethan Sterenfeld / July 5, 2022 at 1:25 PM
Advances in digital design and simulation enabled the Army to shrink the number of prototypes it will buy during Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle development, according to Brig. Gen. Glenn Dean, program executive officer for ground combat systems. The competition to participate in the detailed design and prototyping phases of the OMFV program officially kicked off July 1. Selected contractors could deliver as few as seven prototypes of their design to replace the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, compared with 12 in earlier...

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