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HMMWV Integration Summit

LTC Samuel Homsy


MAJ Toy Frasier
PM LTV
15 January 2009

Serving Our Army at War -- Relevant and Ready

Purpose

Bring the community of HMMWV users together to discuss and bring


under control configuration management of Armys most ubiquitous
tactical wheeled vehicle.
Provide users with information on how to properly get modifications
to the truck considered and discipline the process.
Inform users about the safety and other issues that may result from
the unauthorized modification of our trucks.

Agenda
Registration

0800-0900

MAJ Frasier

Welcome & Administration

0900-0910

MAJ Frasier

Opening Remarks

0910-0920

LTC Homsy

Integration Process

0920-0930

MAJ Frasier

Vehicle Electrical Initiatives

0930-0945

Jamie Quaderer

Vehicle Weights & Power Impacts


Break

0945-1000

Dan Bock

1000-1005

SWA Configuration Changes

1005-1020

ECV2

Scott Doudna

1020-1035

Golden HMMWV

1035-1050

MAJ Lago
Tim Kler

Golden HMMWV/ECV 2 Review1050-1130


RDECOM/TARDEC
Lunch

1130-1200

1200-1300

New Initiative Briefs


PM FLIR

1300-1345

PM CREW

1345-1400

WIN-T

1400-1415

IAMD

1415-1430

PM CSW

1430-1445

PM RUS

1445-1500

SOCOM

1500-1515

Break

1515-1530

PM DCGS-A

1530-1545

DARPA

1545-1600

Kidde

1600-1615

ABSL

1615-1630

SAIC

1630-1645

Questions/Closing

1645-1700

LTC Homsy

Opening Remarks
LTC Homsy

Integration Process
MAJ Frasier

PM LTV Integration Process


As the configuration manager of the HMMWV, the Integration team
was established by the PM to provide systems engineering discipline
to the multiple integration issues that arise as a result of HMMWV
enhancement efforts.
Agencies may not be aware of what other groups are planning.
Safety, weight, space claim, EMI/EMC, power requirement issues
not always being considered.
In many cases, when hardware is delivered to theater it doesnt
work as advertised because testing was not done on a fieldrepresentative vehicle.
All HMMWV modification plans must be coordinated with PM LTV.
Early in the integration planning stage.
Not act as an obstacle to expeditious fielding.
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Integration Challenges
Space Claim
Limited available space
Trade offs between available space, personnel, priority of
equipment
Power Management
Baseline vehicle equipped with 200 amp alternator
Standard power draws
Communication equipment
Integrated A/C system
Optional power draws
All the countermeasure components
Survivability
Provide the highest level of protection possible
Changes to armor package may impact signal
transmission

PM
involvement
critical upfront &
early!

Space Claim

Power

Survivability Weight

Weight Growth
Designed/Rated base vehicle weight
12,100 GVW
2300lb payload
Average vehicle weight in Theater
~ 15,300 lbs and going up

System Level Testing

External Integration Process


Two Options
Data
Interchange
customers

Integratio
n
Form

Mission Package
Integration

Key:

Customer, PM-LTV STS contractor via MIPR for the Integration


Process

A. Customer and PM-LTV define interface


between platform package & HMMWV
Truck
Customer with their STS contractor includes PM-LTV in
the Integration Process

B. Customer MPRs funding

PM LTV Action

PM-LTV to provide guidance to customer


PMO & its STS contractor by participating in
all design reviews

Integrating PMs
Action

C. NRE performed to integrate mission


package to HMMWV

D. Testing @ Govt Proving Grounds

PM-LTV maintains control of CM of HMMWV


System

F. Final Design Review/PM LTV


Concurrence/Risk Identification (CCB
if applicable)

E. Obtain Safety Release/documentation


from DTC

Approved Integration Items

Integration items marked with an X have been tested and approved for use by
PM LTV on the HMMWV variants identified below. Installation combination is
mission dependent.
Integration Items

M1151

M1114

M1152

M1113

M1165

M1097

SINCGARS

EPLRS

PLGR

DAGR

BFT

FBCB2

HF 20-watt

HF 150-watt

Harris Radio

DUKE/CREW

MTS

LRAS3

LVOSS

FHMUX

Cooling vest

Restrictions

Restrictions

SPARKS

Infrared Drive Light


(Replaces BO drive light)

FK 6 & 7

Rear Wheel Well Interface Plate

N/A

N/A

Pending

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Go Light Spotlight

VEE

N/A

N/A

DVE

M56 Smoke Generator


CROWS I
Multi-net Radio Rack

Rhino 2.5

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Approved Integration Items

Integration items marked with an X have been tested and approved for use by
PM LTV on the HMMWV variants identified below. Installation combination is
mission dependent.
Integration Items

M1151

M1114

DUKE/CREW 2

CROWS 1

CROWS II
OBVP

Pending

Pending

Boomerang

DUKE/CVRJ

Pending

Pending

FADS

Pending

Pending

WIN-T

Pending

Pending

IBIS Tek Light Bar


Vanguard

SPARKS Mine Roller


One System Remote Video
Terminal (OSVRT)
Improved Target Acquisition
System (ITAS) Kit

M1165

M1097

Pending

Pending

Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar


Doubleshot

M1113

Pending
X

DUKE/ADJUNCT (V3)

M1152

Pending
Pending
X

Pending

Pending

Pending

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Pending

Pending

Pending

PM Light Tactical Vehicles


LTV Integration Team
Contact Information
MAJ Toy Frasier
toy.r.frasier@us.army.mil
(586) 574-4190 office

Doug Edwards (Logistics)


doug.edwards@us.army.mil
(586) 574-6804 office

(586) 530-0760 mobile


Tim Kler (Engineer)
Timothy.kler@us.army.mil
(586) 574-5499 office

John T. Krzywiecki (Engineer)


John.krzywiecki@us.army.mil
(586) 753-2597

(586) 925-5504

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Vehicle Electrical Initiatives


Jamie Quaderer

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HMMWV Power Improvements


Electrical Upgrades

Power Generation
200 amp alternator at idle 54-70 amps

Reduced Diameter Pulley

With pulley 83-88 amps

210 Amp Alternator

210 amp 85-100 with pulley 106-126 amps with


ATC 196 amps

Automatic Throttle Control (ATC) - Prototype


Electric Power Manager (EPM)

400 amp 48-90 with pulley 136-186 amps with ATC


397 amps
Testing Done/Testing Planned

Smart Start System (S3) in Production

Ongoing testing at YPG. Testing is 4,000 miles on


v-belt, serpentine belt and Littens serpentine belt
systems

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight

Littens serpentine belt system is a split between


210 amp and 400 amp alternator

Pulley provides increased power at low engine RPM


and works with 200/210 amp alternators and 400
amp alternator with Littens Serpentine Belt

Completion expect by 2nd Quarter 2009


Fielding Schedule & Quantities

210 amp alternator has increased environmental


requirements and power output and is a drop in
replacement for the 200 amp alternator

Production implementation after successful YPG


test and component level testing

ATC adjusts engine RPM for stationary vehicles


based on power demand
EPM is an automatic battery disconnect with circuit
protected power connections

Kit availability will follow production implementation


Production and Kits are expected this year
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Vehicle Weight Impacts


Dan Bock

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Purpose
Discuss Current Weight Status
Describe On-going PM efforts to resolve issues

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What It Is Supposed to Be..


Mission Payload for Weapons Carrier 2300 lbs
Personnel
Mission Equipment
Beans and Bullets
Crew Served Weapons
Kits
M1151A1 w/B1

M1114

M1152A1 w/B2

M1165A1 w/B3
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Added Capabilities More Weight


Additional Capabilities
CREWS 112 lbs
Spare Tire Carrier 260 lbs (carrier + spare tire)

More Protection

Nov 05
M1114
Shipped
Weight

M1151/2
Rated
GVW

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M1114 /
1151A1
Rated
GVW

M1151
CW
OFK 5 +
OGPK

Current
UAH OFK 5
+ OGPK+
w/2300 lbs

Planned M1151
OFK 5 +
OGPK+ FK 7
+w/2300 lbs

18,000

17,000

16,000

Exceed
Rim/Tire
Rating LR E
15,000

14,000

13,000

11,000

12,000

Aluminum overlays 200 lbs


Frag Kit 1 135 lbs
Frag Kit 2 101 lbs
Frag Kit 5 1178 lbs
Frag Kit 6 - 2000 lbs
Frag Kit 7 977 lbs
Exceed
Rim/Tire
OGPK 830 lbs
Rating LR D

10,000

Planned M1151
OFK 5 + FK 6 +
OGPK+ w/2300
lbs

Help

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Help

20

Help

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Things Happen

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Things Happen

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Recurring Issues Caused By


Increased Weight
Cooling System

Rubbing Lower Radiator Hose

Cracked Radiators

Chassis

Broken Rear Springs

Excessive Negative Camber


Frequent Ball Joint Wear
A-arm Bushing Wear

Leaking Shocks

Sheared Rear Half Shaft Bolts

Broken Wheel Studs

Steering System

Power Steering Pump Replacement

PS Lines Rubbing

Electrical

Rubbing and Cutting of Wiring Harness

Braking

Limited Brakes on Cross Country Courses (CTA-B


Course)

Driveline

Limited Engine Power

Sheared Rear Half Shaft Bolts

Misc

Excessive Wear Around Hood

Rubbing AC Lines

Speed Being Restricted


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Solutions

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Solutions
Improved Tires

Load Range D - 3850 lbs, 50 PSI above12,

REV Wheel Assembly - same rating as


the D with better reliability in overload

Load Range E - 4540 lbs, 65 PSI above12,1


(Late December 2008)
TIRE IMPROVEMENTS DO NOT CHANGE
THE VEHICLES LOAD RATING
Other Components
Still Overloaded!!
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Solutions
Improved Chassis REV B
April 2008

Fix It, and


Ill Find
Something
Else to Break!

CHASSIS IMPROVEMENTS DO NOT CHANGE


THE VEHICLES LOAD RATING
Other Components Still Overloaded!!

Weight Growth Solution ECV II

M1151/2
Rated
GVW

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M1114 /
1151A1
Rated
GVW

M1151
CW
OFK 5 +
OGPK

Current
UAH OFK 5
+ OGPK+
w/2300 lbs

Planned M1151
OFK 5 +
OGPK+ FK 7
+w/2300 lbs

18,000

17,000

15,000

14,000

13,000

12,000

11,000

10,000

Nov 05
M1114
Shipped
Weight

16,000

Exceed
Rim/Tire
Rating LR E

Exceed
Rim/Tire
Rating LR D

ECV II
Planned M1151
OFK 5 + FK 6 +
OGPK+ w/2300
lbs

SWA Configuration
Changes
MAJ Lago

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M1151 FK7

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FK7 Components
Major Components:

Ancillary:

O-GPK Overhead Cover


Concealment Cover

VEE (Vehicle Emergency Escape)


Windshield

Roof Appliqu

Brake Kit

Turret Bearing

24 Bolt Wheels and Load Range E


Tires

Roof Reinforcement

Inside Door Handles

Supplemental Kits:
Armor Suspension Kit (ASK)
Fire Suppression Upgrade Kit
C Pillar/Fuel Filler Kit

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FK7 Notes
FK7 Supplements FK5 on M1151A1 Weapons Carrier.
All FK7 Components must be Installed Together.
FK7 Brake Kit for Ser# 299999 and below only
FK7 Shall NOT Be Installed on an FK6 Equipped UHMMWV.

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FK7 Overhead Cover

NEW
BRACKETS
FOR O-GPK
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FK7 Overhead Cover


& Rear Concealment Cover

34

FK7 Roof Appliqu


9 Parts
7 Part Numbers

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FK7 Turret Bearing

Seal

Latch

Tray

Spacer
Bearing

Support

Spacer

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FK7 Roof Reinforcement

WINDSHIELD
BRACKET

C-PILLAR
BAR
B-PILLAR
A-PILLAR
BRACKET

C-PILLAR
BRACKET

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VEE (Vehicle Emergency


Escape) Windshield

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FK7 Brake Kit and Wheels


FK7 Brake Kit: Relocates Brake
Lines Away From Brake Rotors.

24 Bolt Wheels and Load Range E


Tires

Ser# 299999 and below only

Wheels have 24 Bolts to hold Inner


and Outer Wheel Halves Together.
Wheel and Tire are Load Range E
to Support the Additional Weight of
the FK7.

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Improved Door Handle


Improved Door Handle Provides
Greater Ingress/Egress.
Reduces Injury to Shins and
Snagging of Clothes.

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FK7 Supplemental Kits


Armor Suspension Kit
(ASK):
Spring Seats

Fire Suppression Upgrade Kit


Battery Back-up for
Prime Fire Suppression
System

Front Springs
Rear Springs

Supplemental 3rd Tank in


the Cargo Compartment

Sway Bar

w/ Bumper Mounted
Manual Release.

Bushings

C Pillar/Fuel Filler Kit

C-Pillar
Shoulder Pad
Fuel Cap Cover

Perimeter

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FK7 Schedule

2008
FK7
IRAQ

SEP

OCT

NOV

2009
DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

2010
AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

Total
7127
2599

AFG

9726
total

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ECV 2
Scott Doudna

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Purpose/Agenda
As of 13 Jan 2009

Purpose
Background/Insight to ECV2 program
Location of pertinent ECV2 Integration Information

Agenda
HMMWV Evolution
What is ECV2 and how does it compare with ECV (M1151/52/65)
Description: Pictorial
Key Characteristic Differences
Key Changes
Model/Variant Comparison

Integration Info

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HMMWV Evolution
Block upgrades to increase
payload and versatility

ECV = Expanded Capacity Vehicle

ECV (1993-Present)
6.5L Turbo Diesel Engine
Suspension Upgrade
Armor Capable
1,800 5,100 lb. Payload
GVW: 12,100 lb.
Current Op: >16,500 lb.

1984 Present
Payload vs.
Performance
Tradeoffs

ECV2 (2010-?)
Improved 6.5L Turbo Diesel
Engine
New Transmission
Improved Suspension/Frame
Increased/Improved Armor
Capability
1,800 4,550 lb. Payload *
GVW: ~18,000 lb.
Final chance to buy-back
3Ps!

A2 Series (1994-Present)
6.5L Diesel Engine
4 Spd Electronic Transmission
3,520 - 4,400 lb. Payload
GVW: 10,300 lb.

A0 Series (1984-93)
6.2L Diesel Engine
3 Spd Transmission
2,500 3,632 lb. Payload
GVW: 7,700 lb.

A1 Series (1991-95)
Improved Driveline
Improved Suspension
2,500 3,632 lb. Payload
GVW: 10,000 lb.

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* ECV2 payload definition changed to exclude BII and two soldiers

ECV2 vs ECV

Comparison: ECV vs ECV2


ECV2

ECV

New Transmission

Semi active
Suspension

Buy back
Opportunity
LED Lighting

rf
Pe
an
or m

ad

ce

ylo

M1151A1 w/ B Kit

3 P

Pa

M1151A1 w/ FK5

14(+) Cubic Ft
increase in Cab

Protection

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New Tire/Wheels
Diagnostics

ECV2 Rebalancing the 3Ps


Electrical
New Power Management System (Solid State)
New J1939 Multiplex Gauges
Electronic Accelerator Pedal
New Instrument Panel
Embedded Diagnostics
Under Hood Batteries
12V Dual Power Points
Electronic High Idle
New Head Lights
LED Lighting
Allison TCM
New ECM

Body & Cab

Options

Compatible with Current HMMWV Systems


Increased Cab Space (14+ Cu Ft)
Integral Armor (Armor Ready)
Armor Kit
FSS

Electric Winch (18,000 lb)


Deep Water Fording
New HVAC System
Stability Control*
CTIS

Powertrain
New Exhaust
Charge Air Cooler
High Capacity T-case
RER Quick Disconnects
New Air Induction System
New Transmission (Allison)
GEP Optimizer 6500 Turbo Engine
High Capacity Power Steering Pump
New Engine Cooling System (Vertical Mount)

Chassis
ABS/ATC
New Suspension
18,000 lbs GVW
Higher Capacity Drive Train
Improved Services Brakes (4 Piston Caliper)
New Tire/Wheel Assembly (22.5 Rim / 40 Tire)
New Frame (3 pc pending patent application) Welded
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* P3I Item

Model Comparison
ECV2 operationally equivalent to previous HMMWV generations
Not changing mission or usage, just returning balance to Payload-Performance-Protection to
restore lost capability
XM1213
XM1211
XM1212

M1152

M1165

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M1151

As of 13 Jan 2009

ECV2 Integration Info


ECV2 Integration Info available on AKO
ECV2 Info folder in PM-LTV Data Interchange Website Knowledge
Center.
Direct Link https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/215239

Info available:
ECV2 overview
CAD shrinkwrap model of cargo bed area to evaluate shelter
compatibility
Requests?

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Golden HMMWV
Tim Kler

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Background
In 2006, then BG Bartley identified the need to
have a M1114 on hand that closely resembles
the HMMWVs being used in theater. ( We have
since added a M1151 to the stable)
Due to rapid fielding of equipment in support fo the war, need to
restore discipline in the CM process & ensure fielding of safe,
supportable, reliable vehicles to our Soldiers.
Recognized that HMMWVs are configured in as many different
ways as are their missions.
Coined the term Golden HMMWV to designate it as the gold
standard to which 80% of the vehicles in AOR are configured.
TARDEC tasked to develop a Golden HMMWV.
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Golden Guidelines
Duplicate HMMWV configurations as are being used in
theater
Use vehicle for electrical, weight, and space claim
assessments
Design & integration should accommodate both M1114 &
M1151 whenever possible/practical
Do not use the Goldens for road show displays. Vehicles
are to be used as engineering analysis tools.
ENCOURAGE USE WITHIN THE HMMWV COMMUNITY! TIME
SPENT UP FRONT INTEGRATING ONTO A COMBATREPRESENTATIVE TRUCK SAVES TIME AND SURPRISES IN
THEATER
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Golden HMMWVs

M1114

M1151

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Accomplishments/Uses of
Goldies
CREW2 integration

FK7 Val/Ver

CREW2 RCU/LVOSS common mount

VEE development & integration

VIPER CG assessment

OBVP cable routing

OGPK Integration

Numerous contractor reviews

Gunner's seat restraint integration

HEAT Design

CASEVAC integration

LRAD

BFT antenna integration

PsycOps

DVE integration

Seat restraints

PM,Mortar FDC display screen


development

Load plan analysis


SPARKS Bracket Design

CCTV assessment

Spall liner design

Electrical power consumption study

SIVEN (Smart Integrated Vehicle


Electronic Network) development

DAM development

NGLS (Next Generation Loudspeaker


System)

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New Initiatives

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PM FLIR

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Long Range Advanced Scout


Surveillance System (LRAS3)
System Description

Requirements Document

Day/Night Long Range


Target Acquisition

LRAS3 Operational Requirements Document dated


October 1999

Far Target Location


19,999m
60m CEP @ 10KM

Mounted/Dismounted
operations

Testing Done/Testing Planned

FBCB2 Interface

Full Material Release Dec 23, 2003.

Grid Coordinates

LRAS3 with a Vehicle Integration Kit (VIK) possess a safety


confirmation for installation on: M1026/M1026, M1114/M1151
with OGPK, and M1114/M1151 with GPK

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight

No additional testing is currently planned

Vehicles: HMMWV, MRAP, Stryker, Knight, Armored Knight


Space Claim:

Vehicle configuration changes may require additional


testing

LRAS3 sight - turret ring vehicle roof, roughly 11 cubic feet


Dismount equipment Cargo area, up to 11 cubic feet
depending on vehicle configuration

Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Power Required

FY08 fielded quantity 1025/1026 ~180,


M1151/M1114 ~80

LRAS3 sight 223 Watts

FY09 projected fielded quantity 1025/1026 ~250,


M1151/M1114 ~100

COTM 300 watts (when charging only)


Weight
LRAS3 Sight 120 lbs
Total weight - ~450 depending on vehicle configuration
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LRAS3 CONUS Integration


Issues
M1025/M1026
No vehicle specific designator
LRAS3 Equipped vehicles are lost or VIKs removed during vehicle RESET

M1151A1 w/ B1
Issue: No VIK currently in production for M1151A1 w/ B1
Background:
LRAS3 had a M1151A1 w/ B1 VIK for use in OEF/OIF
LRAS3 was told that OGPK would be replacing GPK on most M1151 in OEF/OIF
(Summer 2007)
Based in this guidance design changes and upgrades where implemented to modify existing
M1114/M1151 VIKs designed for the Gunners Protection Kit (GPK) for compatibility with OGPK.

LRAS3 was told that there would be very limited fielding of M1151A1 w/ B1 in CONUS
for many years (Fall 2007)
Currently receiving requests from CONUS based units for M1151A1 w/ B1 VIKs

Resolution:
Continue fielding units with 1025/1026 VIKs
Need to know fielding plan and Quantities for CONUS M1151A1 w/ B1 to properly
plan
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LRAS3 OEF/OIF Integration


(OGPK Overhead Protection)
Issue: M1151 vehicles are being retrofitted with OGPK overhead Protection which occupies
the same space as LRAS3
Background
In early 2008 a design was developed for overhead protection with the OGPK.
PM FLIR was instructed that this design was purely conceptual and there where no plans for production or fielding
OGPK overhead protection is now being fielded with FRAG 7
The two are not compatible, LRAS3 occupies the same space as the overhead protection.

Overhead Protection Issue

Space claim and mounting issues

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LRAS3 OEF/OIF Integration


(MFES/COTM)
Issue: M1151 vehicles are being retrofitted with an additional Manual Fire Extinguishing
System (MFES) in the Cargo Area which conflicts the LRAS3 Charger On The Move
(COTM)
Background
Original LRAS3 VIK design COTM was installed on curb side fender.
An Automatic Fire Extinguishing System (AFES) was added forcing the COTM to be relocated to the drivers side
fender
MFES design forces COTM back to curb side and new bracket more complicated bracket design to avoid
interference with AFES and rear hatch latches.

COTM/Cargo Area
MFES
Bottle
Added
Current
COTM
Location

AFES
Bottle
Added
Original
COTM
Location

New COTM
Location

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LRAS3 OEF/OIF Integration


(Rotek Turret Bearing)
Issue: M1151 vehicles are being retrofitted with different turret bearing that is not compatible with current LRAS3 VIKS
Background
A more robust turret bearing is being installed on M1151 vehicles to better handle the increased weight of OGPK
The proposed Rotek Turret bearing is thicker than the existing turret bearing and will require at minimum additional longer bolts to properly secure the LRAS3 VIK armament mount to
the vehicle turret.

Required Actions
Design/analysis to determine changes required to LRAS3 VIK hardware.
Test fits with new turret bearing
Documentation updates

Recommended Solution
PM LTV retrofit teams insure LRAS3 is properly reinstalled after conducting turret bearing retrofits, providing longer hardware as required.
PM FLIR will over-pack all existing unfielded VIKs with identified delta hardware and update the design and documentation.

Risks
LRAS3 VIK is removed to install the Rotek turret bearing and returned units without LRAS3 capability

Lack of GFE Configuration Manager or GFE Integration Lead POC and constant
changes to HMMWV vehicle configurations effect LRAS3 VIK design requiring rework,
and additional testing creating a capability gap. PM LTV assistance is required to
remedy this issue through early notification, and discussion of proposed design
changes to minimize impacts and 62integration issues in the field

DRIVERS VISION ENHANCER


SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

DVE is a thermal imaging system for use on Combat Vehicles (CV) and Tactical Wheeled Vehicles (TWV).
DVE facilitates fast paced force projection operations during darkness and degraded battlefield
conditions (smoke, dust, fog) enabling rapid combat operations and movement/turn-around-time of
supplies to forward deployed units.
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DRIVERS VISION ENHANCER


SPACE CLAIM

Pan & Tilt Mount/Module


(Mechanical and Electrical)
- Mounts center Windshield for
all HMMWV Variants
- Mechanical for M1025 type and
M1151 and 1152 without pan
capability
- Electric Pan & Tilt to migrate to
M1151 and 1152

Pan & Tilt Controller


-Mounts onto radio rack
-Mechanical Controller for M1025
variant
-Electric Controller for M1151 and
1152

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Display Control Module


Mount
-Mounts to roof above drivers
head on legacy vehicles
-Display mount improved/changed
to visor location and is common
for all HMMWVs

DRIVERS VISION
ENHANCER
SPACE CLAIM HISTORY
DVE User Jury for HMMWV during 17 -18 April 2002
- Demonstrate the installation of the DVE A-kit
- Obtain User comments on the mounting location and operation of the A-kit
Safety Confirmation for the Drivers Vision Enhancer (DVE) installed on the Family
of High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) 8 May 03
System Safety Risk Assessment for AN/VAS-5 Drivers Vision Enhancer (DVE)
HMMWV Crash Safety Hazard 23 June 03
M1114 DVE fit check at TACOM 18 19 July, 2006
M1151 DVE fit check at TACOM 10-11 July, 2007

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DVE Fielding Schedule -History


FY 02-04

FY 05

FY 06
1st QTR

2nd QTR

1CD
24
12

FY 07

3rd QTR

4th QTR

1st QTR

4/25ID

2nd QTR

FY 08-11

3rd QTR

4th QTR

RC BCTs
39, 81,155, 56

10
MTN,101AA, &
82 ABN to
OTOE
Complete
OTOE fielding
IAW ACP and
ARPL

1C

26

1248

12
61

900 OIF

3ID
24

3ID
12
48

2/2ID
26
12

3/2ID

1/25ID

SBCT1 SBCT2
54
155

155

1/25ID

2ACR

SBCT2

SBCT4
206
54

206
54

LEGEND

Reserve Comp
TBD
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2/25ID

SBCT5
206
54

172 LIB

PANG

3/1ID

SBCT3 SBCT6 SBCT7


?

?54

?54

Complete OTOE
fielding IAW
ACP, & ARPL
(i.e. backfill
SBCTs to total
of 706 ea)

DVE Fielding Schedule


-Current
4th/2nd SBCT

Ft Lewis, Wa

156

15 Dec-30 Jan 09

155th HBCT

Cp Shelby, MS

28

5-9 Jan 09

56/36th IBCT

Gatesville, TX

64

12-30 Jan 09

48th IBCT

Ft Stewart, GA

64

12-30 Jan 09

2nd HBCT/3rd ID

Ft Stewart, GA

40

19-30 Jan 09

256th IBCT

Pineville, LA

64

2-20 Feb 09

4/1 ID IBCT/Maint

Ft Riley, KS

65

2-20 Feb 09

72/36TH IBCT

Gatesville , TX

64

12-30 Jan 09

41st IBCT
53rd IBCT

Clackamas, OR

64

9-27 Feb 09

Starke, FL

64

23 Feb-13 Mar 09

Johnston, IA

64

9-27 Mar 09

Colchester, VT

51

2-27 Mar 09

Golden, CO

2-27 Mar 09

2/34th IBCT
172nd IN, 86th IBCT
B Co, 86th IBCT

67

DVE Fielding Schedule


-Current
C Co, 86th IBCT

Lansing, MI

2-27 Mar 09

A Co, 86th IBCT

Windsor Locks, CT

2-27 Mar 09

173rd AB IBCT

Italy/Germany

76

30 Mar-17 Apr 09

1/34TH HBCT

Little Falls, MN

40

1-10 Apr 09

2/116 Cav,116th HBCT

Boise, ID

30

1-17 Apr 09

1/163rd Cav, 116th HBCT

Butte, MT

1-17 Apr 09

3/116th Cav,116th HBCT

Clackamas, OR

1-17 Apr 09

27th IBCT

Syracuse, NY

64

13 Apr-1 May 09

116th IBCT

Staunton, VA

64

13 Apr-1 May 09

Ft Bliss, TX

20

20-24 Apr 09

1st HBCT, 1ID

68

Counter Sniper Closed Circuit


Television
System Description
Requirements Document
(CS-CCTV)
360 degree persistent surveillance
Operational Needs Statement (ONS) 07-985, validated Dec
for fixed and mobile platforms
10-20 Mast (Elect/Pneumatic) w/
Quick Release
Electronic Pan and Tilt Mechanism
Passive IR Sensor (2x Optical,
640x480, LWIR)
Visible Color Day Sensor
Bore Sighted Green Laser Pointer
Display Control Module (DCM)
Video Storage and Retrieval
Subsystem

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Vehicles: MRAP, Stryker, and HMMWV
Space Claim:
a. Anticipated Rear Vehicle Mount (Mast System, Sensor
Payload)
b. Anticipated Rear Seating Area (DCM, Video Storage and
Retrieval System, Joystick Controller)
Power Required:
Total: 1120 Watts (max)
a. System Payload: 120 Watts (max)
b. Mast: 1000 Watts (max)
Total System Weight:
a. (Threshold) < 250
b. (Objective) < 150

06 (SECRET)
Update #1 to HQDA Validation Memorandum for ONS 07985 for Counter Sniper Equipment, Dec 08
Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), Oct 08, PM FLIR and
the United States Army Infantry Center
Draft Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), Dec 08, PEO
Soldier

Testing Done/Testing Planned


Request for Test Services sent 3 Dec 08 and acknowledged
by ATEC 26 Dec 08 through PEO Soldier
Awaiting appointment of ATEC System Team (AST)
Tasking Issued: 30 Dec 08 (ATEC LOG#081230-67)
T&E Concept pending AST coordination

Fielding Schedule & Quantities (Tentative)


Minimum
Requirement

THREE YEAR TOTAL


POTENTIAL QUANTITIES

CS-CCTV
MRAP
STRYKER
HMMWV

FY10

FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14

130
30
50

500
65
250

500
65
250

500
60
250

69TOTAL QTY

210

815

815

810

TOTAL

1630
220
800
2650

PM CREW

70

PM CREW V3 System
System Description

Requirements Document

Upgraded system
adds an antenna and
a secondary unit with
cabling to existing V2
system.

MNC-I & CJTF-76 JUONS for Counter RCIED


Protection November 2005

Covers a wider range


of threats.

CREW STRAP June 2007

CREW-2 CPD AROC Approved October 2006


CREW-2 CPD JROC Approved May 2006

Testing Done/Testing Planned


Performance Completed
Interoperability Completed

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight

Compatibility Completed

Frag 7 Kit will require raising the 105D antenna an


additional 6.

Antenna Pattern Completed


HERP/HERF/HERO - Completed

Additional antenna/mount for the 119 antenna on the


front passenger side.

Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Primary & Secondary units installed in the cargo area.

500 systems in March 2009

V3 system requires 36A.

575 systems in April 2009


560 systems in May 2009

Combined V3 system components weigh


approximately 150 lbs (Primary unit, secondary unit,
antennas, RCU, cabling, and filters)

500 systems in June 2009


600 systems in July 2009
71

WIN-T

72

AN-TSC 156B (Phoenix)


System Description
The AN/TSC-156A/B is a
highly transportable multiband, multi-channel
terminal that operates in
the C, X, Ku and Ka
bands.
2 M1152A1 HMMWV
Total aggregate Data
Rate Up to 20 Mbps
PU-798A trailer (10KW) &
DC Power- 400 Amp
LHGXA Capable

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Vehicle Type
M1152A1
(Primary
Vehicle)*
M1152A1
(MPU)*

Total GVW

11,480 lbs

11,423 lbs

Front
Axle

Rear
Axle

Pintle
Load

4,664

6,816

*240

4,651

6,772

Requirements Document

Requirements In 16 August 02 Memorandum For


Record, HQ, DA, DAMO-RQ, Subject: Directed
Requirement For NDI Multi-band SATCOM System.
ONS Stated Requirement For An NDI Multi-band
Satellite Communication System
Test Completed

Munson Road
Roadability (weight, cg, physical characteristics)
Rail Impact/ Proof Load/ Static Lift
Helo Lift (Live Flight Testing)
C-130/C-141/C5/C17 RO/RO
Fielding Schedule & Quantities
Total of 140 Phoenix terminals (Army, Army Reserve,
National Guard)

- 119 terminals fielded up-to-date


- Remainder 21 Phoenix terminals will be fielded
thru FY-09

*420

*GVW includes 2 crew members and pintle load

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AN/TSC-156D(Phoenix) System
Description
Description
The AN/TSC-156D is a
Phoenix AN/TSC-156B
terminal Fully armored
mounted on M1152A1+B2
HMMWV.
~100 terminals planned
Upgrades to the B
Model include:
- Up-armored
- 52 Mbps Aggregate
Data Rate
- Additional
system enhancements
110 B terminals impacted
M1113;M1152 replaced in 33 systems
Add B2 Kit to 20 systems in M1152(A1)G1
Add B2 Kit to 36 systems in M1152(A1)W/R
M1152A1(W/R) used for 21 New Systems
Milestones Achieved / Scheduled
FRP IPR (Quad-Band)
Up-Armor Award
Up-Armor IPR (MWO)

28 Jul 2005
2QFY09
2QFY10

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Terminal is Self Contained
10 kW TQG power source & DC Power
Dual HMMWVs
Waiver approved for 13,100 lbs
Phoenix M1152A1 w/B2 kit (Gen1)
Vehicle
Type

Total
GVW

Front
Axle

Rear Axle

Pintle
Load

M1152A1
(Primary
Vehicle)*

13076

5683

7394

200

M1152A1
(MPU)*

12920

5597

7323

420

Test planned
FY-10
Munson Road
Roadability (weight, cg, physical characteristics)
Rail Impact/ Proof Load/ Static Lift
Helo Lift (Live Flight Testing)
C-130/C-141/C5/C17 RO/RO
EMI
74

M1152A1: Gen I IAP vs. W/R IAP


Description
Gen I IAP is heavier
77 lbs could be saved by removing rear
pieces, similar to the W/R IAP.
Can this be done on fielded systems?

Armor removal?
Remove armor shown below from Gen I trucks:
Curbside Armor Pieces

M1152A1 Gen I IAP


M1152A1 W/R IAP

B2 Armor Kit
Goal: Use W/R B2 kit on all Phoenix trucks
Gen 1 IAP conversion to W/R IAP
Need Definition of part numbers
removed and added
Can it be order from the Mil supply
system?
Request P/N for W/R B2 kit

Roadside Armor Pieces

Add brackets to support armor:


Armor
Piece

Waiver needed to remove part of Gen I IAP?


75

D-Model Weight Waiver


(M1152A1 Gen I)

D Model
MPU

D Model
PV

Submit new waiver or update current?

D-Model Weight Waiver

(M1152A1 Gen I - with rear armor removed)


D Model
MPU

D Model
PV

Submit new waiver or update current?

IAMD

78

Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)


Battle Command Station (BCS)
Engagement Operations Center (EOC)
System Description

* Notional Concept

Requirements Document

IBCS EOC provides


an Integrated Fire
Control Network for
the AMD Battalions
when coupled with
AMD modified
platforms of Patriot,
SLAMRAAM, JLENS,
and Sentinel.

Capability Development Document (CDD) for Army


Integrated Air and Missile Defense System of
Systems (IAMD SoS), Increment 2 JROC
approval anticipated March 2009

Testing Planned (Pre-Decisional)

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Competitive Prototype Procurement for IBCS EOC
is currently ongoing. Space, power, and weight
claims will be further definitized after down-select to
single prime contractor is announced in
4QTRFY09.

ENV Test / PPT

3QTR FY12 2 QTR FY13

FDTE

4 QTR FY12

Log Demo

1QTR FY13 2 QTR FY13

LUT/HWL

1 QTR FY13 2QTRFY13

FDT/IOT

1QTR FY14 3 QTR FY14

Estimated Fielding Schedule & Quantities


23 HMMWVs (*M1152A1 w/B2) per battalion set
fielding
Fielding one battalion per year beginning FY14.
Total of 16 battalions
Procurements: FY 10 (14 ea); FY11 (13 ea);
79

FY12 thru FY 27 (23 ea) per year

PM CSW

80

XM153 CROWS

Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station

Arthur Fiorellini

Richard Wells

Director Remote Weapon Stations

CROWS Product Director

(973) 724-7658

Richard.A.Wells@US.ARMY.MIL

(973) 724-2605
Arthur.Fiorellini@US.ARMY.MIL

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XM153 CROWS
Also Informally Known As CROWS II
What is it
Stryker BCT XM151E2 Remote Weapon Station Upgraded to CROWS
Specifications

Who Builds it
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, AS. Headquartered in Kongsberg,
Norway
Won The FY07, 5 Year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity F&O Competitive
Contract for 6500 CROWS
Assembled at Kongsberg Defense Corp, Johnstown, PA

82

Common Remotely Operated Weapon


Station
CROWS
System Description
Requirements Document
Capabilities Production Document Revision 1
A remotely operated
weapon station that
allows for day and
night operations
while under armor
and provides
precision fire while
stationary and on
the move.

Approved JUL 2008

Operational Needs Statement


1007 CROWS on UA-HMMWV
Validated 5 JUL 2006

Testing Done/Testing Planned


CROWS 2 Safety Confirmation Testing Started 15
DEC 2008
Production Verification Test Planned JUL 2009

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight

Operational Test Planned OCT 2009

Height w/ M2 @ Maximum Elevation: 63.3


Height w/ M2 @ 0 Elevation: 30.2
Traverse Radius w/ M2 @ 0 Elevation: 42.5

Planned Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Weight Total / Above Roof: 432# / 379#


Weight Above Roof w/ M2 and 400rds: 592#
Above Height & Weight Exclude Vehicle Integration
Kit
Power: 28Volt @ 40Amp Nominal / 90Amp Peak

1QFY09

CROWS1
CROWS2
83

2QFY09

3QFY09

4QFY09

242
765

CROWS1 Being Transferred from M1114 to M1151

1QFY10

Technical
Weight (w/o Weapon, VIK, and
Ammunition)
Above the Roof: 379 lbs
Total Weight: 432 lbs
Supported Weapons:
M2 (400 rds)
M240 (1000 rds)
MK19 (96 rds) M249 (1600 rds)
Reliability: Minimum of 1600 hrs MTBMA
Elevation: -20 to +60 degrees
Traverse: 360 Degrees Continuous
Four-Axis Targeting System
Three-Axis Vector Stabilization
Day Camera: 27X w/47 degree FOV
Thermal: Dual FOV (3 & 11 degrees) w/ 2x EZoom
Auto Focus (Day and Thermal)
Auto Tracker / Auto Lead / Auto Scan
Laser Range Finder (does not have pointers)
Target Reference Points
User Programmable Inhibits
84

M1151 Integration

85

Program Overview
ORD

CPD

Modified COTS TD

SD
&D

CPD R1 CPD Inc2

Production &
Deployment

O&S

TC-STD
FRP IPR

TC-LP

Activity
Decision Points FY99 FY00 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15
Test &
Evaluation
Production &
Deliveries
Replacement

PVT/OT

PPT/LUT
Engr Eval

UMR1 & UMR2

PVT

UMRs
Total Required - 7835

259
259 CROWS 3

CROWS1 (XM101) Built to ORD/CPD by Recon Optical Inc.


CROWS2 (XM153) Built to CPD/CPD R1 by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, AS.
CROWS3 (XMTBD) Built to CPD Increment
86 2 by TBD

7,835
+ 259
8,094

XM154 Vanguard Sniper Defeat


System
PLATFORMS: M1151, MRAPs

(CROWS)
(Kongsberg
Defense)

Boomerang III

CAPABILITIES:
Acoustic Shot Detector Locates Enemy Fire
Command And Controller Converts Shot Detection Signal
Into A GPS Position For Tracking Shot
As The Vehicle Moves, Location Command And Controller
Hand Off Enemy Fire Position To Remote Weapon System
For A Slew To Cue Response
System Operator Has Complete Control Over Counter Fire
And Prevents Negligent Weapon Discharges
Command And Controller Provides Capability For Route
Recon

DoubleShot v2

Vanguard II
AUTHORIZATION: Urgency Approved ONS
BOI: 387 (MRAP), 292 (M1151) - 679 total systems
AAO: 679 systems
TOTAL INVENTORY: In SDD Phase, Currently no Inventory
TOTAL FIELDED: None
Note: (24) Vanguard systems were fielded by REF Office
which utilized a Protector Lite Remote Weapon Station

ACQUISITION MILESTONES:
Boomerang Award
CROWS Award
Doubleshot Award
Safety Confirmation Testing
UMR Approval
Initial Fielding

CONTRACTORS:
Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace
BBN Inc.
Doubleshot Inc.
CONTRACT TYPE:
Firm Fixed Price (hardware)
T&M (FSR support and depot activity)
UNIT COST: $270K (includes all three components)

PRODUCTION FUNDING:
FY08 $157.6M Qty 679 systems (CROWS only)
PM RUS procuring Boomerang and Doubleshot as
GFM to PM CSW

87

4QFY08
4QFY08
2QFY09
3QFY09
4QFY09
4QFY09

Vanguard Program Schedule

DS
BBN

CROWS

MRAP

LTV

LTV & MRAP

88

Vanguard Production & Fielding


CURRENT
Jun09

Jul09

Aug09

Sep09

Oct09

Nov09

Dec09

Jan10

Feb10

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

39

LTV*

25

50

50

50

50

50

17

MRAP*

25

50

50

50

50

50

Production

Mar10

Apr10

50

50

12

Oct09

Nov10

Apr10

Fielding

PROPOSED ACCELERATED FIELDING


Mar09

Apr09

May09

Jun09

Jul09

Aug09

Sep09

Alternate Configuration Boomerang and CROWS Only (Retrofit Required)


Production

50

50

50

Fielding
LTV*

25

50

75

80

80

Baseline Configuration
Production

80

80

80

80

LTV*

25

50

50

17

MRAP*

25

50

50

50

Fielding

Vehicle Variants: LTV M1151; MRAP MaxxPro+, Caiman and RG33L


89

12

Vanguard Vehicle Integration


PM LTV - M1151 Vehicles (OIF 248 Units; OEF
44 Units)
CROWS With Split-FCU, Common CROWS VIK Solution
Vehicle/Subsystem Power Requirements Under Review
Test Concept & Plans, Performance Objectives, And SIL In Review With
ATEC
Worst-case Vehicle Configuration Needs To Be Identified By LTV
Need Further Definition On Mission Capable Requirements

Revised Agreement With LTV Ship/Install A-kit/B-kit In Theater


Initial Coordination With 401st AFSB On Fielding Intent And Requirements
Preliminary Review With MNC-I
FSRs, OIC, And Fielding Sites Under Review

90

M1151/ Vanguard Integration

5 Dec User Assessment


TACOM Safety
USAIC
MANCEN
PM LTV
PM CSW
ARL-HRED

Evaluated Two Concepts


Side By Side Displays
Flip Down Displays

Proceed With Side By Side Display


Path Forward - AM General Tasked
To Develop Detailed Design
CAD Models Late Jan
Prototype Hardware Mid Feb
91

PM RUS

92

PM RUS (Boomerang,
Doubleshot, & Sniper Command
System Description and Control)Requirements Document
Boomerang An
ONS 07-3050

acoustic shooter
detection system that
provides azimuth,
elevation, and range of
the shooter.
Doubleshot Provides
situation awareness of
sniper events and
provides a slew to cue
capability

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight

Boomerang

ONS 07-985
ONS 07-985 Update #1 (Clarifies capabilities of
3050 & 985)

Testing Done/Testing Planned


Boomerang UMR Received Sept 08
Doubleshot / Boomerang / RWS Testing June 09
C2 module / Boomerang Testing Nov 09

Power (< 1.5 Amp @ 24 VDC)


Weight (< 25 pounds)
Size (9.3X5.8X4.5) Display w/bracket

Fielding Schedule & Quantities


Boomerang 1218 systems for 1151 HMMWV

Size (57X22.5X21.5) Mast w/Boomguard

Doubleshot
Power (1 Amp nominal, 3 Amp maximum @ 24 VDC)

838 OIF

88 OEF

248 Vanguard OIF

44 Vanguard OEF

Doubleshot 292 systems for the 1151 HMMWV

Weight (10 pounds) (Labtop, Camera, I/O Box)


Size Toughbook (8.5" x 10.7 x 1.9)

248 Vanguard OIF

Size I/O Box (8 x 6.5 x 2.25)


93

44 Vanguard OEF

Sniper C2 systems for the 1151 HMMWV


838 - OIF

Boomerang on the 1151


HMMWV
Vehicle A-kit and Installation Manual approved on 9/25/08.
A-kit and Installation Manual designed jointly between PM RUS, PM
LTV, AM General, and BBN Technologies.
A-kit and Installation Manuals procured by PM RUS through BBN
Technologies.

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Doubleshot
Procuring 679 Doubleshot V2.0 to support the Urgent Vanguard System.
(292 Doubleshot systems to support Vanguard on 1151 HMMWV.)

Contract Award May 09


Low Rate Production Jun 09
Full Rate Production Aug 09
Leveraging the PM LAV contract for initial integration and test systems
System Technical Documentation Received on 1/7/09
Six systems to be delivered on 1/22/09; currently on schedule for delivery

95

Sniper Command and Control


System
Capabilities
C2 system supporting a Counter Sniper Mission
Integrated with Boomerang III
Compatible with Kongsberg Remote Weapon Station

Notional Timeline for Full & Open competition


RFP April 09
Contract Award August 09
Integration & Test August 09 December 09
UMR April 2010

96

SOCOM

97

GMV Program Highlights and


Updates

98

Topics of Discussion
GMV Standardization
Acquisition Strategy
Project Status

GMV New Vehicle Fielding Efforts


FY09-11 Planned Fieldings
FY10-15 Planned GMV Fleet Replacements
Funding Requirements

GMV CPD
GMV Kits
Legacy GMV kits
Mission Kits for Standardized GMV

GMV RDT&E
GMV RESET
99

GMV Standardization Project


Acquisition Strategy
Service-Common base vehicle re-configurable into any one of three basic
GMV mission variants
Configuration Controlled C4ISR Integration
Configuration Controlled Modular Interfaces for Approved Mission Kits
Multiple Engineering and Test Efforts Required / Ongoing to Complete the
Project by FY10.
Implement Partial Solutions Immediately IAW Planned Fieldings
Implement Final Solutions IAW FY10-15 Planned Fleet Replacement

100

GMV Standardization Project


Project Status
M1165A1 w/IAP & AMG SOF Mods, plus lowest common denominator of
LEAD mods and NAVAIR C4ISR A-Kit will be the common solution for the
GMV mission sets.
LEAD Engineering will provide interim solutions to meet GMV Planned
Fielding Timelines and continue to work additional engineering efforts for final
solutions. On 6 Jan DCDR gave the go ahead for LEAD mods.
NAVAIR Engineering proposed an interim standardized C4ISR solution which
failed post-CDR prototyping event w/USASOC. Subsequently DCDR
USSOCOM directed all at-risk efforts cease until GMV CPD is staffed and
approved.
NAVAIR Engineering & the C4ISR IPT will identify solutions which can be
implemented near term to reduce the C4ISR physical and power footprint in
GMV.
AMG delivered 96 (USASOC) vehicles to LEAD in APR 08. AMG delivered
19 (MARSOC) vehicles in OCT 08. AMG delivered 316 (USASOC) vehicles
in NOV 08 and will deliver 24 (WARCOM) in APR 09.
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GMV New Vehicle Fielding


Efforts
FY09-11 Planned Fielding Efforts
96 USASOC deliverables at LEAD for planned growth
LEAD CDR / prototyping successful, FAA planned for Jan 09.
C4ISR integration effort in continual schedule slip until GMV CPD is approved. Cost
growth is expected.

19 MARSOC deliverables at LEAD to fulfill BOI of 160 GMVs plus replace 3


war losses.
LEAD CDR for MARSOC deliverables will occur during FAA for USASOC.
C4ISR integration effort pending GMV CPD approval.

316 USASOC deliverables produced by AMG OCT 08 of which 144 are


planned growth in FY09, 72 additional each year in FY10-11 and 28 planned
war losses.
Funding on-hand will only accomplish 96 of 144 FY09 vehicles. No funding on-hand
for remaining 172 vehicles which will be stored at SOFSA until funding for FY10-11
requirements is received.

24 WARCOM planned war losses will be produced by AMG APR 09.


Option 1: Ship direct to SOFSA, await GMV conversion until final standardized
solutions are available beginning FY10.
Option 2: Conduct LEAD CDR prior to APR 09 then convert to interim standardized
GMV and subsequently ship to SOFSA for storage until a war loss is realized.
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FY10-15 Planned GMV Fleet


Replacements
PROC funding planned for FY10-15 POM in the following amounts:
$19M FY10, $31M FY11, $31M FY12, $45M FY13, $45M FY14, $61M FY15

GMV PROC planning per vehicle:


Light: $100K M1165A1*
$20K AMG SOF Mods
$55K LEAD GMV Conversion plus mission kit
$70K NAVAIR C4ISR A-kit Integration**
Total MFP-11 Cost: $145K

Heavy: $150K M1165A1B3*


$20K AMG SOF Mods
$80K LEAD GMV Conversion plus mission kit
$35K SOGPK
$19K Suspension Upgrade
$70K NAVAIR C4ISR A-kit Integration**
Total MFP-11 Cost: $224K
* Service provided except for WARCOM
** C4ISR IBS/MEB requires up to $100K additional funding per vehicle
*** RWS requires up to $350K additional funding per vehicle
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GMV CPD
GMV CPD is required to capture the joint medium ground mobility
requirement for SOF.
USASOC has the lead and submitted draft CPD to SORR-J8-R for
staffing OCT 08.
J8-R has staffed the CPD for review and all comments are being
adjudicated. SOCREB pre-brief is scheduled for 20 Jan and the
SOCREB will occur 22 Jan. If the CPD is not complete, it will be
briefed at the Feb SOCREB.
CPD final product should stand on its own and lend itself to be the
basis of documentation which the acquisition community will
develop, acquire and sustain IAW the requirement.

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Legacy GMV Kits


Armor
MELT armor kits for MARSOC and WARCOM.
LEAD Phase I&II armor kits for USASOC.
Albany composite GPKs for USASOC.
Picatinny Steel GPKs for MARSOC and WARCOM.
Picatinny Modular Ti GPKs SOF Common.

Suspension
Heavy Duty Suspension SOF Common

Upgraded Weapon Station


AMG Heavy Duty ring/race w/ low profile weapons tray and a-arm.

LEAD mods varied by Component


C4ISR integration varied by Component
105

Mission Kits for Standardized


GMV
All GMVs will have the following modifications:
AMG SOF mods
Aux fuel tank, 12,000 lb electric winch, Thomas air compressor, Hawker batteries, notched
B-Beam, OEM part deletions

LEAD SOF mods


Rear cargo side rails, cargo floor quick rail system, modular wheel well plates, Ti front seats,
GMV front bumper, 3 piece rear step/shelf, IR lights, crew compartment rear close-out flap,
spare tire & carrier, two swing arms and mounts, VEE windshields, Pioneer tool kit, power
junction block, universal receiver mounts, roof grab rails, side frame mounts

NAVAIR C4ISR A-kit


Common A-kit with reduced physical and power footprint

The following mission kits will be developed and approved for use on
standardized GMVs:
B3T armor kit, rear cargo armor kit, lightweight armor doors, wheel well seating,
SOGPK, suspension upgrade kit, running board kit, ammo stowage kits, cargo box
kit, MK-44, swing-arm mounts, rear crew gunner seat.

The following are other kits which FOSOV will develop an approved
integration plan with the responsible PM:
Small arms, CROWSII, MK-44, DR/SR/LR-GMVAS, NGLS?, C4ISR, ECMS.
106

SOF mods

MODULAR INTERFACE PLATES

REAR CARGO AREA ARMOR

MODULAR FLOOR PANELS

107

GMV RDT&E
NAVAIR C4ISR IBS/MEB
Scope: Reduce the physical and power footprint of C4ISR.

GSE Phase II SBIR


Scope: Reduce the VCW by 500lbs or more with advanced lightweight components.

B3T kit (Joint GSE/Picatinny effort)


Scope: Develop a lightweight B3 armor kit directly compatible with physical
characteristics of the existing kit.

Eaton CRADA
Scope: Integrate electro-hydraulic axles into HMMWV for demonstration of superior
mobility and stability maneuvers.

FOSOV STS Contract


Scope: Provide system technical support, analytical, engineering, prototyping and
test services.

TARDEC VIPER GMV Analysis of scalable armor CONOPS


Scope: Analyze GMV in four different scaled armor configurations for CG and roll
moments to determine effect on stability and mobility.

MH-47 IAT
Scope: Analyze IAT of GMV-SR variant in MH-47 and CH-47.
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GMV RESET
RESET Facilities CONUS (LEAD) and OCONUS (Kuwait).
Both facilities are capable of GMV RESET
Both facilities are capable of installing any authorized GMV kits

Procedure for Acceptance into RESET should follow Army Procedure


Planned RESETs FY10-15 should be reduced IAW planned fleet
replacement. Legacy GMVs should be turned in as they are
replaced.
Disposition coordination will need to occur between USSOCOM and
other services who provided equipment

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PM DCGS-A
Dave Shue

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DCGS-A Enabled ACE


System Description

Requirements Document

Distributed Common Ground System


(DCGS-A) Enabled Analysis and Control
Element (ACE) is one of several
Programs of Record (POR) migrating to
DCGS-A.

Approved BOIP M095AA, LIN: A52995


BOIP Amended 21 May 2008 to include DCGS-A Enabled
configuration

DCGS-A Enabled ACE is the current


provider of intelligence, surveillance,
reconnaissance, collection management
and all source fusion at Division and
higher echelons.

ORD Change 3, approved 15 May 1997


CPD Increment 2, approved 21 Sep 2006

DCGS-A Enabled ACE is a self-contained,


shelterized-vehicular mounted tactically
deployable system.

MWO in progress

Testing Done/Testing Planned

PM LTV assets required per DCGS-A


Enabled ACE DIV/ACR (AN/TYQ-89A) :
4 M1152A1s with B Kits
3 M1102 cargo trailers

Testing conducted at Aberdeen Proving Grounds from


Dec 08 Jan 09

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Current HMMWVs are M1152s (transitioned from M1113s
in FY08)
3-Fusion Cells (FC) (M1152), 1-Support shelter (SC)
(M1152), 1-15 kW towed Generator (PU-801), 3-Cargo
trailers (M1102), and 2-LMTV (used for cargo handling) +
2 towed generators (PU-803 and PU-805).

Fielding Schedule & Quantities


Fielding 5 remaining ACEs during FY09

Power: 5.85 kW per FC, 6.2 for SS. System requirement


= 19kW plus ECU cooling for tent and laptops in the tent
(about 1.2 kW)

No FY09 Data Interchange Requirements


(received all required HMMWVs and trailers in
FY08)

Weight: Overload waiver for ACE approved by PM LTV


on 17 Jul 08 (Waiver #WN0016)
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DCGS-A Enabled ACT-E


System Description

Requirements Document

DCGS-A Enabled Analysis Control Team


-Enclave (ACT-E) is one of several
Programs of Record (POR) migrating to
DCGS-A.

Approved BOIP M095AL, LIN: C18176


BOIP Amended 21 May 2008 to include DCGS-A Enabled
configuration

DCGS-A Enabled ACT-E is the current


Brigade Combat Team intelligence
processing asset.

ORD Change 3, approved 15 May 1997


CPD Increment 2, approved 21 Sep 2006

DCGS-A Enabled ACT-E is a selfcontained, shelterized-vehicular


mounted tactically deployable system.

MWO approved 21 May 08

PM LTV assets required per DCGS-A


ASAS ACT-E (AN/TYQ-103A(V)3) :

Testing Done/Testing Planned

1 M1152A1 with B Kit

Testing conducted at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Oct


08

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Current HMMWV is M1152 (transitioned from
M1113 in FY08)
Tows 1 15 kW generator (PU-801)

Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Power: 6.8 kW projected power consumption

Due to long lead integration effort, fielding and


requirement requests are not equal

Weight: Overload waiver for ACT-E approved by


PM LTV on 17 Jul 08 (Waiver #WN0015)

Data Interchange Requirements:


FY09 29 M1152A1s with B Kits
FY10 21 M1152A1s with B Kits
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DCGS-A Mobile Basic (V4)


System Description

Requirements Document

DCGS-A Mobile Basic is the objective


Army provider of intelligence,
surveillance, reconnaissance, collection
management and all source fusion at
the BCT level.

BOIPFD currently under staffing with USAFMSA (ZLIN


Z01301)
CDD Approved 5 Oct 2005

DCGS-A Mobile Basic will displace


several POR systems in the BCT.

CPD currently under staffing

DCGS-A Mobile Basic is a selfcontained, shelterized-vehicular


mounted tactically deployable system.
PM LTV assets required per DCGS-A
Mobil Basic (AN/TYQ-152(V)1) :
6 M1152A1s with B Kit
2 M1102 cargo trailers

Testing Done/Testing Planned

Limited User Test (LUT) planned for 2nd Qtr, FY11

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Current HMMWV is M1152
Tows 2 cargo trailers (M1102) and 4 Trailer
Mounted Support Systems (TMSS)

Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Power: SCI power: 30.4 kW, Collateral: 50.9 kW

LRIP begins FY11

Weight: Overload waiver for DCGS-A Mobile


Basic approved by PM LTV on 15 Dec 08 (Waiver
# WN0021)

Data Interchange Requirements:


Received M1152s and M1102s to support
developmental efforts and build test systems
Will require DI items starting in FY11 timeframe to
support LRIP / FRP
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DARPA

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DARPA
CROSSHAIRS System
(Counter RPG and Shooter System with Highly Accurate Immediate ResponseS)

Countering Small Arms and RPGs for Tactical and Light Armored
Vehicles in the Urban Environment

Dr Karen Wood
karen.wood@darpa.mil
703-248-1523

Distribution C: authorized to U.S. Government Agencies and contractors (Critical


Technology)
(12 March 2007). Other requests for this document shall be referred
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to Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Technical Information Office.

Crosshairs /Iron Curtain for


HMMWV
System Description

photo

Requirements Document
Any document that requires protection or situation
awareness for RPGs, small arms, and other threats

Iron Curtain can


provide affordable
protection for
HMMWVs against a
variety of RPG types
and other threats
Also provides threat
situation awareness

Testing Done/Testing Planned


Live fire on-the-move tests conducted in June 2008
and December 2008. Additional testing planned for
summer and fall 2009 including all-threat situation
awareness and networking.

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Weight for HMMWV side protection ~ 250 lbs

Videos and briefings available

Power < 200 watts

- karen.wood@darpa.mil , 703 248 1523

Size see drawing

Fielding Schedule & Quantities


TBD ready for rapid expedient fielding or EMD
end of FY 2009.

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CROSSHAIRS Overview
CROSSHAIRS Objective:
Provide low cost threat detection, shooter location, and
automated response options for military vehicles
- Hardened prototype system
- On-the-move and stationary
- Automated slew to cue overhead weapon
- Networking of detection & location information
- Appropriate user displays
- Incorporate counter-RPG active protection systems

All major elements successfully tested in 2008


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CROSSHAIRS Concept
Kongsberg Lite
Overhead Weapon Station
Corner Antennas

Radar Sensors

Networking to
other vehicles

Overhead
Weapon Station
Fire Control Unit

Crosshairs
User Interface
Situation Display

Boomerang
Acoustic Sensor

Radar &
Boomerang
Processor

+ ACTIVE PROTECTION SYSTEM (not shown)

Status Overview
CROSSHAIRS is a networked threat detection / shooter location system that has
demonstrated on-the-move threat detection, identification, and shooter location
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with hardened prototype systems during 2008
active protection also available

CROSSHAIRS Pictures

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CROSSHAIRS Testing - Overview


Crosshairs has completed live-fire testing of all major elements at
the Army Redstone Technical Test during 2008. This included live
RPGs as well as rockets-on-a-wire. This totaled over 100 shots.
Following is an overview of the test site and results and a few test
examples.
Following that is a summary of the active protection component
(formerly Iron Curtain) which will be integrated during 2009.

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CROSSHAIRS Testing Range at RTTC

Intercept
Ave
Wire 2

Wire 1

Hazard
Centerline
Wire 3

Wire 4

Wire 5

Alleyway

Double click:
Test Site
Movie

CROSSHAIRS Testing
Accomplishments
Ballistic Testing

Demonstrate ability to correctly classify multiple threats, calculate PCA, and predict
shooter location while on the move (straightaway and turning)
Determine shooter location in earth coordinates and vehicle coordinates
Declare a hit or miss message in sufficient time to notify an APS (50 ms to go)
Demonstrate 360 deg coverage
Demonstrate 20 deg elevated ROW shot for multi-path response
Demonstrate bullet detection and tracking
Begin RFI testing: SINCGARS, EPLRS-like, adjacent Crosshairs
Characterize power draw and limitations
Demonstrate networking and team operations
- receipt of message in other vehicle; appropriate display and gun slew
of messages from BOTH vehicles in TOC; joint display
Test in- receipt
static and dynamic clutter including alleyway

EM testing objectives:
Human hazard zone validation
Emission scan
Simple SINCGARS / EPLRS compatibility test
Jammer testing
Electric shock discharge testing

.. and rain

XHRS53 Setup E OTM Straight


30 kph
3 ROWs (W1 - .4 sec W2 1 sec.
W3).
Double
click:
Typical
ROW
Test

CROSSHAIRS Testing - Videos

Double
click in
black area
for film

Iron Curtain Concept


1. Radar (
)
detects incoming
threat, turns on
optical screen and
electronics, and
passes track
information to Fire
Control.

Double click here for live-fire movie

2. Optical break
screen (
)
establishes height and
time of arrival of
threat and profiles
threat to establish
type.

3. Cutting charges
(
) engage threat
and cut warhead and
fuse.
4. Fire control

establishes point-back
to shooter and can slew
gun.
5. Eight coverage zones
provide multi-hit
capability.

CROSSHAIRS Phase 2B
Proposed Schedule

System will be ready for transition to rapid fielding or EMD end of 2009
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CROSSHAIRS / Iron Curtain


The Way Ahead

If approved, Phase 2B will merge CROSSHAIRS and Iron Curtain


- Initial capability demonstration summer 2009, all-up demo end of FY 2009

CROSSHAIRS / Iron Curtain will provide a NEW capability in the near-term


- Situation awareness and shooter location for host vehicle and others
- Can protect against multiple threat types, not just piezo-fused RPGs
- No added collateral damage, system false alarms highly unlikely

CROSSHAIRS will provide a new capability for situation awareness and survivability

Kidde

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Automatic Fire Sensing and


Suppression
System Description

Fielding Schedule & Quantities


Production started 2005 retrofit and production

The AFES system provides protection for


personnel from combat initiated threats.
The system utilizes optical fire sensors and
fire extinguishers that automatically
respond to a vehicle fire and/or explosions
within milliseconds reducing or eliminating
casualties to embarked troops and
minimizing combat damage to equipment.

Production Capacity over 2,000 sys/month


All FRG5 and up are AFES equipped
M1114 over 8,000 systems
M1151, M1152, M1165 over 30,000 systems

Common Systems/Components
RG31

LAV

ASV

MAXPRO

Stryker

NZLAV

Cougar

BFV

ASLAV

3 sensors,

JERRV

FAASV

CAPC

2 extinguishers (FM200/BC)

Buffalo

MMPV

RECCE

HVMMD

Prophet

CM113

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


The system consist of:

1 controller
Distribution tubes
AFES Components distributed through the vehicle

Testing Done/Testing Planned

Operates off vehicle power (18-30 VDC)

All parts are fully qualified

Supervision >250 mils

Live Fire Complete

Activation 15A/extinguiser for 30 milliseconds

Extinguisher are DOT certified

Approx 90 pounds
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HMMWV - Safety Enhancement


System overview
Additional 3rd bottle externally
activated
Addition of battery backup
Addition of enhanced controller
2 zones
1 hour silent watch
Fire Warning

Production currently producing 3,200 systems, plans for full retro retrofit.
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What we have learned


How to improve support
Several questions about AFES from the fleet
Safety in handling the extinguisher (Critical to follow safe procedures)
Fear of the suppression agent THE AGENT IS SAFE!
PMCS
How does it work

Improve Training on AFES KDS will provide training FOC to any user upon
request then next time we are in the area
Improve extinguisher repair
Use can fill extinguishers local but not repair the valve
Push a valve reset forward
Add training, inspection and test capabilities forward as well
KDS has FSRs OCONUS, scope change to allow for these task could help.

Contact us info:
Greg Chambers, 805 562 0603, greg.chambers@hs.utc.com

Thank You Very Much


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ABSL

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Armored Vehicle Back Battery


Pack
Vehicle Generator Backup System

Requirements Document
Expertise in Custom Battery Design and Development

Under Development for a EU


vehicle defense supplier as
backup power for turret mounted
weapons/communication system
on light tactical vehicles

Nothing available on market


Battery capabilities
State of Health
Conforms to specified form factors
Maintain charge and balance

Current development to TRL7


For weapons/communication
system the battery will provide 30
minutes of full operational power

Under-voltage / Over-voltage

Testing Done/Testing Planned (in process)


Est. Completion Date July 2009 (based on customer schedule)

UN Transportation testing
Mil 810F low temperature Storage & operational

Space Claim, Power Required, Weight


Dimensions :

243mm X 251mm X 82mm

Mil 810F High temperature Storage & operational

Weight :

Max 10 kg

CE Approval

Capacity:

48Ah

Fielding Schedule & Quantities

Max. Current:
Continuous

40A

Peak (500ms)

80A

Optional Fuel gauge display : 5 segment LED


Optional SM Bus Communications

Under trials with EU customers


Vehicle is already used by five EU Defense Ministries
and under evaluation by others.
A retrofit program is planned over the next few years 50
120 systems initially, rising to 500 systems thereafter.
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Proprietary information of ABSL Power Solutions Inc.

Proprietary information of ABSL Power Solutions Inc.

High Capacity MMO Pouch Cell Battery for


Extended Endurance

Technology
High capacity Mixed Metal-Oxide (MMO) LiIon chemistry in pouch cell configuration

Li-ion 18650
cells

MMO-2590

What It Does
Flat form factor battery to improve comfort
and minimize impedance

MMO-Pouch
Cell

ABSLs pouch cell technology

53% greater capacity than current BB2590


BLAST state of health (Battery Logistics
Analysis System Tool)

Adaptable to numerous
form factors
Soldier
Conformable
Battery

Outcome

Conformable batteries
Integration into structural
components

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53% more capacity means 53% more time on


mission

Real time monitoring of troop power status at


platoon, command, or quartermaster levels

Proprietary information of ABSL Power Solutions Inc.

SAIC

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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration
USMC Urgent Requirement

A History of Excellence:
The UAH Project

Between 2005-2006 SAIC prototyped,


integrated, and delivered more than 2,400 UAH
vehicles in 17 distinct variants

Integrated Equipment
AN/VRC-91 Series Single Channel Ground &
Airborne Radio (SINCGARS)
Blue Force Tracking (BFT)
Intercom Set, AN/VIC-3 (V) 20
Chameleon High Power Jammer
FRAG-5 Improved Armor Kit
USMC Transparent Armored Gunners Shield
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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration
Sustained Excellence: From UAH to MRAP

MRAP Urgent Requirement

Unique Acquisition Program:

In 2007 the USMC recognized the successful UAH


program for delivering 2,400+ vehicles on-time and onbudget

15,000+ MRAP vehicles


4 branches of the military

The existing UAH capabilities enhanced, expanded,


and provided a seamless transition from UAH to MRAP

5 OEMs

14,000+ MRAPs March 2007-December 2008

52 configurations and 406 variants


Compressed prototype schedule
USA
OGPK
BFT/DAGR
DUKE**
SINCGARS
VRC-104
VIC-3
WALK
MT-6352
DVE
SPARK
RHINO II
SATOM (1:2)
LRAS3/FS3 IK
TOW ITAS IK
MTS IK

USMC
MCTAGS*/OGPK
BFT/DAGR
CHAMELEON**
VRC-103 (1:5)
VRC-104 (1:15)
VRC-110
MT-6352
PDU
TOCNET
DVE
SATOM (1:5)

USN
MCTAGS*OGPK
BFT/DAGR
CHAMELEON**
DUKE/2.1 CREW
VRC-103
VRC-104
VRC-110
SATOM
MT-6352
TOCNET
DVE
PDU

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USAF
MCTAGS*/OGPK
BFT/DAGR
EPLRS
DUKE**
TOCNET
VRC-103
VRC-104
VRC-110
VRC-111
MT-6352
DVE
PDU
SATOM

SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration

One-Stop Shop
Vehicle
Integration

2,000,000+ government furnished equipment items received, tracked, and stored in


Charleston facilities
200,000+ items of specialized MRAP-specific metalwork
600+ professionals providing engineering and integration support in SC, Kuwait, Iraq,
and Afghanistan
Diversified work force
Degreed engineers and highly skilled labor

97% of all MRAPs in theater were prototyped, integrated, and deprocessed by SAIC

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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration

MRAP Systems
Engineering

Time-critical prototyping
30 day prototype schedule vs. traditional 6-12
months

Flexibility and agility plus the power of


Government
Contract allowed for unlimited changes which is
vital to success

Design on-the-fly
Repeated changes meant design had to be
adaptable

Simultaneous CM, drawings, manuals, and


programs
CM personnel, drafters, and technical writers
are collocated with engineers
Changes instantly documented throughout the
project

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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration
Essential Element: prototype to repeatable integration

MRAP Integration
and Production

OEM discrepancies and changes

Extensive integration manuals


QA critical to ensuring strict standards

Lean Six Sigma is a mind-set, not a department


Fundamental tenet of process improvement
Pre-kitting components for each specific variant

Joint Program = Joint $$


Joint from the bottom up

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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration

MRAP
Configuration
Management

Created and maintain the only MRAP


C4ISR CM database in existence
MRAP control is robust, multinodal, and flexible
Remote scanning crucial
Real-time tracking
From geographic location of
vehicles to individual components
C4ISR platform sustainment
Reordering spare parts is easy

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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration
Iraq:
Al Asad
Al Taqaddum
Balad

In-Theater MRAP
Deployed Sustainment
Capability

Kalsu
Kirkuk

Afghanistan:
Bagram

Liberty

Jalabad

Mosul

Kandahar

Speicher
Taji
Tallil

Sharanna

Kuwait:
Kuwait City

50
Deployed
FSRs

22
Deployed
FSRs
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SAIC Tactical Vehicle


Integration
Complete One-Stop Shop Integration Solutions
Use SAIC integration facility in
Charleston

Use MRAP facility at SPAWAR, Charleston


Capacity to integrate 1000 vehicles per month
Can deliver completed vehicles to port or air base only
minutes away

Can integrate the required number of vehicles


directly for TACOM

Easy financial and contractual transaction for TACOM;


MIPR funds to SPAWAR

Can use current SAIC contract


Can deliver completed vehicles to port or air
base only minutes away

SAIC provides integration services


next to or in the truck OEM site

SAIC provides mobile integration


services on-site anywhere TACOM
requires

SAIC can export complete integration


services anywhere TACOM requires

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POCs
LTV Program Leads for Integration & Data Interchange:
MAJ Toy Frasier, APM HMMWV Integration/DSN 786-4190
Tim Kler, Integration Engineer/DSN 786-5499
Patti Grashik, APM HMMWV Production & Recap/DSN 786-2406

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