- Amphibious Combat Vehicle
The Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) is a program initiated by Marine Corps Systems Command to procure a amphibious assault vehicle for the United States Marine Corps to replace the Amphibious Assault Vehicle. The program replaces the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle program canceled in 2011.
Countermeasures should be able contend with a full range of direct fire, indirect fire, and land mine threats. Visible and thermal signature reduction technologies will also be utilized. Modular protection can be applied as necessary.
The ACV must have the capability to transition from water to ground operations without tactical pause. The ACV must be able to maneuver with the M1A1 Abrams in a mechanized task force.
The ACV must have the capability to destroy combat vehicles including those with similar firepower. Weapons must have sufficient range to engage targets from a standoff distance. Weapons will apply precision fire from a stabilized system. It must provide direct fire support for dismounted infantry in an attack.
The three basic variants include the Squad Maneuver/Fighting Vehicle, the Command and Control Vehicle, and the Recovery and Maintenance Vehicle.
- Squad Maneuver/Fighting Vehicle
- Command and Control
- Recovery and Maintenance
A request for information (RFI) was issued to industry on 17 February 2011. The document outlined expected requirements and asked industry for informal design proposals and program methodology feedback. Responses were due by 22 April 2011. An industry day announced on 16 March was held on 6 April 2011
- ^ Marine Corps Systems Command (17 February 2011). "A--Amphibious Combat Vehicle". https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=c3e9e125991dd56a889b9d4d67df0cc0&tab=core&_cview=0. Retrieved 4 September 2011.
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