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First ISVs set for imminent delivery

20th October 2020 - 17:00 GMT | by Tim Fish in Auckland

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​GM Defense is to hand over the first vehicles, four months after receiving a contract award

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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