The army cancelled further funding for its Land Warrior programme in February 2007 in favour of expediting the fielding of mature technologies into the hands of troops fighting the war on terror and rolling less mature technologies into the Future Force Warrior Advanced Technology Demonstration (FFW ATD) programme; General Dynamics C4 Systems is the prime contractor for both projects.
What does FFW stand for?
FFW stands for Future Force Warrior
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is being used as a portion of the "war fighter physiological status monitor" that has been integrated with the Army's future force warrior uniform.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The US Army cancelled further funding for its Land Warrior programme in February 2007 in favour of expediting the delivery of mature technologies into the hands of troops fighting the war on terror and rolling less mature technologies into the Future Force Warrior programme.
The Army's Future Force Warrior system is one step closer to being fielded as the Ground Soldier System following a successful demonstration in August of its electronic networking capability.
Land Warrior financial models predict the Future Force Warrior may cost $75,000 per soldier.