The U.S. Marine Corps will probably issue a request for proposals (RFP) for its amphibious combat vehicle (ACV) in early 2014, says Gen. James Amos, Corps commandant. “That program is alive,” Amos said June 26 during a discussion roundtable with media. The Marine Corps has secured and saved a “moderate amount” of money for early program development, he says. The ACV is the proposed successor to the Marines Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) program that was halted because the ...
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