Gain insights on the plans to integrate the Next Generation Combat Vehicles program in this exclusive interview with Colonel James Schirmer.
We spoke with Major General (R) Charlton, Former Commanding General of the US Army Test & Evaluation Command, to hear his thoughts on the latest developments taking place in the combat vehicles space. In this exclusive interview, MG (R) Charlton discusses:
- The combat and acquisition priorities that will take precedence in 2019
- Ground Combat capability gaps in 2019 & beyond
- How our current portfolio of combat vehicles compares to those of adversaries
- Lessons the military can learn from the application of artificial intelligence in autonomous vehicles
- Why you cannot afford to miss the upcoming Future Ground Combat Vehicles Summit
- And more!
Join MG (R) Charlton, as well as other prominent U.S. Army officials, at the NGCV Summit this December 5-7 in Detroit.
COL Glenn Dean, Project Manager of the Stryker Brigade Combat Team, gives his perspective on the program such as; if there are those in the military who still view the Stryker as interim and want it replaced, the phasing of the Stryker lethality upgrade, replacing the Stryker MGS (Mobile Gun System) with a tracked vehicle, the MPF (Mobile Protected Firepower) platform and more! If you would like a copy emailed to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colonel James “Jim” Schirmer, Program Manager, Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFV), U.S. Army. is interviewed exclusively by Robert “Rocky” Kmiecik, Former Director of the Mounted Requirements Division. Colonel Schirmer gives his perspective on the AFV program as well as what's hoped to be accomplished in the Future Fighting Vehicle (FFV) program. If you would like a copy emailed to you, email email@example.com.
Colonel William Nuckols, Director, Mounted Requirements Division, U.S. Army. is interviewed by Robert “Rocky” Kmiecik former Director of the Mounted Requirements Division, and uncovers what his top priority is in the mounted requirements division, if the “heavy” combat vehicles are dead, the LRV specific technology add-ons and what industry could start doing better for current and future combat systems.