The Marine Corps' first attempt to replace the aging AAV fleet was the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle program.
What does EVF stand for?
EVF stands for Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (US DoD)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Marine Corps' latest-generation Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) prototypes have completed the required 500-hour reliability growth test at the Marine Corps' Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced the termination of the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle program Thursday, saying the price tag for the 80,000-pound armored vehicle used to storm beaches was too high.
As a critical element in future expeditionary strike groups, the ship will support the Marine Corps mobility triad, which consists of the landing craft air cushion vehicle, the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle and the Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft (MV-22).
The report also mentioned that new production of the top two high-end vehicles--the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle and the Igel/Puma--will account for only 9.
Landing/Attack Craft: Two LCACs or one LCU and 14 expeditionary fighting vehicles.
This new class of ships will provide the Navy and Marine Corps with modern, sea-based platforms that are networked, survivable, and built to operate with 21st century transformational platforms, such as the MV-22 Osprey, the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV), and future means by which Marines are delivered ashore.
He also served in the Army Acquisition Corps, culminating in his assignment as the Commanding Officer of the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center at Lima overseeing the manufacture of Abrams Main Battle Tanks, Stryker vehicles, and Marine Corps Expeditionary Fighting Vehicles.