The Ground Combat Vehicle is the Army's program to replace Bradleys attached to its brigade combat teams.
What does GCV stand for?
GCV stands for Ground Combat Vehicle (US Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
a subcontract to design and produce final drive assemblies for the United States Army's Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV).
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Analysis of the DoD Ground Combat Vehicle Market, finds that the GCV market generated revenues of over $3.
But in 2009, DOD canceled the program and instead laid out plans for development of a ground combat vehicle (GCV) program, multiple increments of brigade modernization, and a tactical network.
General Casey said that this reconstitution includes not only repairing the current equipment set but also building for the future by fielding the new ground combat vehicle in 7 years.
In 2010, the Army matured the requirements for a new Ground Combat Vehicle to replace the Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
Army has commenced field testing and evaluation of two additional unmanned hybrid electric ground combat vehicles powered by the company's propulsion systems and generators.
The cockpit abilities are largely independent of the type of ground combat vehicle it is located in, so this technology will be used across the FCS variants.