Third time's the charm? Experts weigh in on OMFV's chance to replace the Bradley

By Ethan Sterenfeld / July 14, 2022 at 2:38 PM
There were clear risks to the Army's effort to replace the aging Bradley Fighting Vehicle. An earlier program had failed, then a prototype development phase was cancelled because contractors could not meet the Army’s strict requirements. The Army was dead set on continuing, but concerns remained about the business case and development process. “Key questions . . . pertain to how urgently it is needed, robustness of the analysis of alternatives, its cost and affordability, plausibility of its schedule and...

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