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SAIC Inaugurates 1st Amphibious Combat Vehicle Prototype for Marine Corps

Science Applications International Corp. has rolled out an amphibious combat vehicle model developed for the U.S. Marine Corps at a company-run integration facility in Charleston, South Carolina. SAIC said Tuesday the ACV 1.1 prototype is an updated version of ST Kinetics‘ TERREX vehicle and designed to help the Marine Corps transport fighting units from …

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Marine Corps to Test BAE, SAIC Amphibious Combat Vehicle Prototypes in 2017; John Swift Comments

The U.S. Marine Corps is scheduled to test prototypes of the new Amphibious Combat Vehicle from BAE Systems and Science Applications International Corp. in 2017, Marine Corps Times reported Wednesday. Jeff Schogol writes the service branch plans to select one manufacturer in 2018 that would build the new ACVs designed to replace its …

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BAE to Ship First Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicle; John Swift Comments

BAE Systems U.S. subsidiary plans to transport to Marine Corps Base Quantico the first Amphibious Combat Vehicle produced under a $104 million contract with the U.S. Marine Corps, USNI News reported Wednesday. Megan Eckstein writes the vehicle is the first unit BAE Systems Inc. manufactured in a production environment and the ACV incorporates a …

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SAIC-ST Kinetics Offers TERREX 2 for Marines’ Amphibious Combat Vehicle Program

Science Applications International Corp. and its partner ST Kinetics will start the development of 13 prototypes for the engineering, manufacturing and development phase of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle Increment 1 program. Under a $121.5 million contract previously awarded by the U.S. Marine Corps, SAIC and ST will build the eight-by-eight wheeled, armored ACV called TERREX 2, …

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Lockheed Unveils New Amphibious Combat Vehicle for US Marines; Scott Greene Comments

Lockheed Martin has launched a new amphibious combat vehicle as a replacement for the U.S. Marine Corps’ current amphibious assault vehicles. The company said Tuesday ACV 1.1 is an eight-wheel-drive armored platform designed to transport up to 13 passengers and has a modular design intended for the integration of communications equipment, sensors …

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