Video Analysis: Army Views German-Built "Lynx" Infantry Combat Vehicle

What is the Army looking for when it comes to its new Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Warrior Maven Video Above: Weapons & Tech on the German-built Lynx & Army 2-Star Talks to Maven About Future Infantry Fighting Vehicles

By Kris Osborn - Warrior Maven

The Army is vigorously pursuing a new combat vehicle able to launch attack drones, carry longer-range TOW missiles, fire a 50mm cannon and operate “optionally-manned” technology, according to initial requirements outlined by service weapons developers.

The Optionally Manned Vehicle, an infantry fighting vehicle, is intended as a high-tech, more mobile and more lethal Bradley. The Army is already working closely with industry on accelerated plans to plans to engineer a mobile infantry carrier able to deploy quickly, traverse rough terrain, keep pace with maneuvering infantry and yet also operate with sufficient protection necessary to thwart the most advanced enemy attacks.

The effort is currently on the fast track; many industry teams are already offering vehicles, and the timeline has been accelerated by nearly a decade. The Army plans to have a combat-ready operational vehicle by 2026.

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---Osborn previously served at the Pentagon as a Highly Qualified Expert with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army - Acquisition, Logistics& Technology. Osborn has also worked as an anchor and on-air military specialist for National TV networks. He has a Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Columbia University

--- Kris Osborn of Warrior Maven, can be reached at krisosborn.ko@gmail.com-

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