Contenders showcase their RCV-Light designs for the US Army
In order to show the versatility of their designs, the four competitors of the US Army Robotic Combat Vehicle-Light (RCV-Light) Middle Tier Acquisition – Rapid Prototyping programme capability recently showcased their platforms featuring various types of payloads.
At AUSA 2023 in Washington DC last month, General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS), McQ /HDT, Oshkosh Defense and Textron Systems put their platforms on display fitted with advanced weapon, ISR, EW and C-UAS systems.
GDLS’ design, for instance, has been based on the modular TRX (Tracked Robot 10-ton) family of vehicles. At AUSA 2023, the manufacturer exhibited a SHORAD version of the platform equipped
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