Tag Archives: Joint Light Tactical Vehicle

Oshkosh Defense Picks DDC Power Control, Distribution Units for JLTV Program

Data Device Corp. has received a contract from Oshkosh‘s defense business to supply solid-state power controller and distribution units and modules for the U.S. Army‘s Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program. DDC said Tuesday the SSPC is designed to offer network control, programmability and autonomous operation to help crew members focus on mission-required tasks as well …

Read More »

Army Orders Additional Oshkosh Joint Light Tactical Vehicles, Equipment

Oshkosh Corp.’s defense subsidiary has received a $42 million order to provide additional Joint Light Tactical Vehicles as well as installed and packaged kits to the U.S. Army. The order represents the third that the Army has placed with Oshkosh Defense under a potential $6.75 billion contract awarded in August last year, the company said said Monday. Oshkosh Defense …

Read More »

Oshkosh Defense Chooses Telephonics for JLTV Intercommunications Systems

Griffon subsidiary Telephonics has received a subcontract from Oshkosh‘s defense segment to provide the NetCom vehicle intercommunications systems for the future U.S. Army and Marine Corps Humvee replacement Joint Light Tactical Vehicle. Telephonics said Tuesday NetCom works to provide crew intercommunications and radio management systems for up to 20 users. NetCom also features noise cancellation technology to …

Read More »

Oshkosh Defense Presents Joint Light Tactical Vehicle at Eurosatory 2016

Oshkosh Defense will display its Joint Light Tactical Vehicle at the Eurosatory international defense and security exhibit until June 17 in Paris, France. JLTV is based on the Oshkosh Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle and offers off-road transportation functions, Oshkosh Defense said Monday. Oshkosh was selected in August 2015 to replace U.S. Army and U.S. Marine …

Read More »

Scout Warrior: Army Tests Multiple Vehicle-Mounted Active Protections Systems

The U.S. Army is testing a range of vehicle-mounted systems that feature radar, computer processing, fire control technology and interceptors to detect and destroy enemy fire, Scout Warrior reported Tuesday. Kris Osborn writes the Army is looking at both domestically produced and allied international technologies to take part in the Modular Active Protection …

Read More »