Lopez, C. Todd
July 2008
Infantry;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p5
The article reports that U.S. Army soldiers in infantry brigade combat teams (IBCT) will be deployed using the Future Combat System (FCS) technology, Army officials said June 26, 2008. Included in the equipment meant to be fielded to Soldiers are the tactical and urban unattended ground sensors, the Non Line of Sight-Launch System, the Class I unmanned aerial vehicle, the small unmanned ground vehicle and network kits for the Humvee platform.


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