General Dynamics, BAE Systems, Successfully Complete GCV Preliminary Design Review

Roosevelt, Ann
November 2013
Defense Daily;11/8/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 28, p2
Market Research Report
This article reports that defense industry contractors General Dynamics (GD) Land Systems and BAE Systems had completed Preliminary Design Reviews (PDR) with the U.S. Army of its Ground Combat Vehicle Infantry Fighting Vehicle in November 2013. As part of the review, the BAE PDR team demonstrated a design that maximizes force protection, lethality, survivability and affordability. The GD team demonstrated that the design is affordable, reliable and compliant to all Tier 1 requirements.


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