The U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Must Be Revolutionary
The National Interest -

Kris Osborn


Oh, and they want it like now. 

While the particular state of the Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition may seem somewhat tangled and uncertain, there does appear to be an unambiguous, aggressive Army intention to field a new infantry fighting vehicle that breaks new ground -- when it comes to lethality, protection, deployability, speed, firepower and AI-enabled sensing. Of equal significance, the Army seeks a vehicle “soon,” which can be upgraded...

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