Note: Given the date and lack of dismounts among other things, I suspect that this was the early incarnation of the MIAG proposal.
EDIT: Ack, blundered on the title! I put down MIVC-70 instead of MICV-70 and only noticed it now!
Chaparral 2000/Roadrunner/Advanced Chaparral/Chaparral Chassis Service Life Extension Program (CCSLEP)/LAV MPLS (MultiPurpose Launcher System)/Chapfire
/1/ 1999 report by "Forecast International"
Loral, along with other companies, was trying to interest the US Army and other...
Army Still Wants Mobile Protected Firepower From An Air-Droppable Tank
Army officials gathered at Ft. Benning, GA, last week to discuss the future of the service's maneuver forces and consistently brought up a lingering capability gap for mobile protected firepower they say must be...
I stumbled across this ultimate ATV gun-buggy while looking for pictures of the Excalibur PGM for work. It’s the Standard Manufacturing Co. Excalibur/Vulcan gun system that was demonstrated to the US Army’s logistics exposition PROLOG '85.
It would appear to be a large Supercat style ATV fitted...
I found an interesting document while ago:
It describes some of the vehicle projects of National Defense Research Committee Division 12, Transportation during the world war II. Quality is not best but there are...
Scanned this in from an old Army Magazine; this has the clearest, most detailed layout of the specs of the Army's AMS program, which included Crusader, Block III Tank, FIFV, etc.
ARMY May 1991
Armor's Future: From One, Many
By Eric C, Ludvigsen
Convinced of the...
I'm interested in information on the evolution of the FCS.
These are two models I made from depictions taken out of ARMOR MAGAZINE in 1997. The model is a concept contest winner apparently designed by Dr. Asher Sharoni, from Western Design Howden (WDH)