April 2013
Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter;Apr2013, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p16
Academic Journal
The article reports on the Land 400 Phase 2 Land Combat Vehicle System (LCVS) Project of the U.S. Army under Lieutenant General David Morrison. It states that LCVS is expected to offer mounted close combat capability within the Combined Arms Fighting System (CAFS). Moreover, it mentions the provision of the 2013 Defence White Paper (DWP) for the LAND 400 LCVS project.


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