The US Army is an existing user of the shoulder-fired weapon; deliveries under latest contract to begin in 2021
First ISVs set for imminent delivery
The initial batch of prototype Infantry Support Vehicles (ISVs) for the US Army is expected to be delivered this month, Shephard has learned.
Following a downselect and contract award to GM Defense in June 2020, the company will hand over nine vehicles to the Army for testing on 26 October.
A spokesperson from Program Executive Office Combat Support and Combat Services Support (PEO CS&CSS) said: ‘Six ISVs will be delivered to Aberdeen Test Center in Maryland, one to Yuma Test Center in Arizona, and two to Fort. Bragg, N.C. [North Carolina], for Low-Velocity Air Drop testing.’
Following delivery, the spokesperson …
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