ASAALT Weapon Systems Handbook 2018

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1 AMERICA’S ARMY: TODAY’S MODERNIZATION IS TOMORROW’S READINESS

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3 INTRODUCTION This biennial publication details the U.S. Army’s major weapon systems and equipment programs, as well as our Science and Technology initiatives. With responsibility for several hundred programs, the U.S. Army Acquisition Corps and larger Army Acquisition Workforce – comprised of more than 39,000 military and civilian professionals – have the unique and solemn responsibility of providing the materiel solutions that ensure our Soldiers are equipped and ready for any mission, anywhere in the world. They depend on us to get it right. With program descriptions, status and specifications, projected activities, as well as benefits to the Soldier, this handbook is designed to give you a better understanding of our efforts to provide Soldiers with the advanced, world-class capabilities they need to win our nation’s wars and come home safely. This year, we are also showcasing the individual organizations that collectively form the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) (ASA(ALT)), as well as the important work they do to make the Total Army more lethal, capable and efficient. We hope that you find this handbook a valuable and informative resource.

4 Table of Contents Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives (ACWA) ... 44 ASA(ALT) ORGANIZATION Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — UH/HH-60 46 ... 2 ... Table of Contents 48 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems (BFVS) — M2/M3 ... ASA(ALT) Mission Statement 8 ... Chinook — CH-47F 50 ... ... ASA(ALT) Organization 9 Common Missile Warning System (CMWS), Advanced DASA Acquisition, Policy and Logistics 10 ... Threat Detection System (ATDS), Laser Detection 11 DASA Defense Exports and Cooperation ... System (LDS), Modernized Radar Warning Receiver DASA Plans, Programs and Resources ... 12 (MRWR), Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures DASA Procurement 13 ... (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Countermeasure DASA Research and Technology ... 14 ... 52 (CIRCM) programs DASA Strategy and Acquisition Reform ... 15 Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station ... 16 Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management (CROWS) 54 ... 17 ... PEO Ammunition 56 ... Counterfire Target Acquisition Radar — AN/TPQ-53 PEO Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives ... 18 58 ... Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) 19 ... PEO Aviation Excalibur Precision 155 mm Projectiles ... 60 PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support ... 20 62 ... Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) PEO Command, Control, Communications-Tactical 21 ... Future Vertical Lift (FVL) Family of Systems ... 64 ... 22 PEO Enterprise Information Systems 66 ... General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS) PEO Ground Combat Systems 23 ... Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) ... 68 ... 24 PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) — MQ-1C 70 ... PEO Missiles and Space ... 25 Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) PEO Soldier 26 ... Dual-Purpose Improved Conventional Munition PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation ... 27 72 ... (DPICM)/Unitary/Alternative Warhead Joint PEO Chemical, Biological, Radiological and 74 ... Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit (HMS) ... 28 Nuclear Defense Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift and ... 29 Army Rapid Capabilities Office Evacuation System (HERCULES) Improved Recovery 30 ... U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center 76 ... Vehicle — M88A2 31 ... U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck ... (HEMTT)/HEMTT Extended Service Program (ESP) 78 32 ... HOW TO USE THIS BOOK ... 80 HELLFIRE Family of Missiles High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) — ACQUISITION CATEGORY I (ACAT I)/ M142 82 ... BUSINESS SYSTEM CATEGORY I (BSC I) High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle 36 ... Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 ... 84 (HMMWV) ... 38 Apache Attack Helicopter AH-64D/E ... 86 Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Systems Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) ... 40 42 ... Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) UNITED STATES ARMY 2

5 Indirect Fire Protection Capability (IFPC) Increment 2 – ... 140 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG) Enhanced Night Vision Goggle - Binocular (ENVG-B) Intercept Block 1 ... 142 ... 88 Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A) ... 90 144 ... Fixed Wing ... ... 92 Javelin Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) 146 ... 94 Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) 148 ... ... 96 (FAAD C2) Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS) Lakota Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) — UH-72A ... ... 98 150 ... Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAP) Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement 100 ... System (I-MILES) 102 ... 152 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) — M270A1 154 ... Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) Paladin Family of Vehicles (FOV) — M109A6 Paladin/ Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P) ... 156 M992A2 FAASV/M109A7 SPH/M992A3 CAT and Joint Effects Targeting System (JETS) Target Location Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) ... 104 Designation System (TLDS) ... 158 Palletized Load System (PLS) and PLS Extended Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability 106 ... Service Program (ESP) (JLCCTC) PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) 108 ... 160 ... 162 ... ... 110 Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 1 Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) Lightweight 155 mm Howitzer System (LW155) Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (TUAS) — 164 ... RQ-7Bv2 ... 112 Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) ... 114 Stryker Family of Vehicles (FOV) 166 ... AN/PED-1, AN/PED-1A and AN/PED-1B 116 Tactical Mission Command (TMC) ... Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Chemical ... ... 118 168 Defense Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Tactical Network Transport ... 120 Tactical Network Transport On-the-Move Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, Wireless-Guided 170 Acquisition Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger ... (TOW) Missiles ... Mine Protection Vehicle Family (MPVF), Mine Clearing 122 ... 172 Vehicle (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre-Detonation (EHP) ACQUISITION CATEGORY II (ACAT II) 174 ... Nett Warrior (NW) Next Generation Chemical Detector (NGCD) Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System ... 176 ... (AFATDS) 178 126 ... Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW) Air and Missile Defense Planning and Control System ... One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) 180 ... ... 128 182 (AMDPCS) Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered (PSS-T) Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) Airborne Reconnaissance Low (ARL) 130 184 ... ... Air Soldier System (Air SS) Prophet ... 132 ... 186 188 134 ... Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT) ... Pseudolites ... Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) ... 136 Range Radar Replacement Program (RRRP) 190 Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and ... 192 ... 138 Surveillance System (EMARSS) (SMART-T) 2018 3 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

6 Table of Contents 248 Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar —AN/MPQ-64 ... 194 ... Early Entry Fluid Distribution System (E2FDS) Spider — Command Destruct Networked Command Expeditionary Water Packaging System (EWPS) 250 ... Munition Dispensing Set: Increment 1A Family of Engineer Combat and Construction Sets ... 196 ... 198 252 ... (ECACS) Tactical Electric Power (TEP) 254 ... Family of Weapon Sights — Crew Served (FWS-CS) Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) ACQUISITION CATEGORY III (ACAT III) ... 256 Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Targets 202 258 ... ... ... Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) 260 Ammunition — Medium Caliber ... 204 ... High Mobility Engineer Excavator (HMEE) I and III 206 262 Ammunition — Small Caliber ... ... 208 ... 264 Ammunition — Tank Improved Environmental Control Units (IECU) Army Key Management Infrastructure (AKMI) Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) 210 ... ... 266 Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS) 268 ... 212 ... ... Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) 270 Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) 214 ... 216 ... Intelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Artillery Ammunition Trainer (IEWTPT) Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) 272 ... ... 218 ... 274 Joint Biological Tactical Detection System (JBTDS) Assured-Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) — Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD) — M4A1 Dismounted 276 ... 220 ... 278 ... Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) — Joint Effects Model (JEM) 1 and 2 Joint Personal Dosimeter-Individual (JPD-IND) ... 280 ... 222 Mounted/Anti-Jam Antenna System (AJAS) Battlefield Kitchen (BK) 282 ... ... 224 Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS) ... 226 Biometric Enabling Capability (BEC) Joint Service Aircrew Mask - Rotary Wing (JSAM — RW) 284 ... ... 228 Calibration Sets (CALSETS) Equipment MPU-5 Joint Service Equipment Wipe (JSEW) Camel II Unit Water Pod System ... 286 230 ... Joint Service General Purpose Mask (JSGPM) — 232 ... Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS) — M8E1 288 ... Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Dismounted M-50/M-51 290 ... Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) Reconnaissance Sets, Kits and Outfits Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 2 292 234 ... ... (CBRN DR SKO) Combat Service Support Communications ... 294 Laser Target Locator Module 2 (LTLM 2) ... Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift (LCRTF) (CSS Comms) 296 236 ... 238 ... Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (LCMR) — 298 Common Hardware Systems (CHS) 240 ... ... AN/TPQ-50 Common Robotic System-Individual (CRS(I)) Line Haul Tractor ... ... 242 300 Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Intercept Line of Communications Bridge (LOCB) ... 302 ... 244 Load Handling System Compatible Water Tank Rack Land-based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) 304 ... (Hippo) Defense Enterprise Wideband SATCOM System ... 246 306 ... Man-portable Radiological Detection System (MRDS) (DEWSS) UNITED STATES ARMY 4

7 Combat Trauma and Acute Rehabilitation (CTAR) Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II 366 ... (MTRS Inc II) Communications Security (COMSEC) 308 368 ... ... ... Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Biological 370 Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II ... 310 Family of Weapon Sights — Individual (FWS-I) ... Defense Therapeutics (BDTX) 372 ... 374 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Family of Weapon Sights — Sniper (FWS-S) Homestation Instrumentation Training System (HITS) 376 312 ... ... Diagnostics Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization ... 314 Program (I3MP) 378 ... ... Medical Support Systems and Evacuation (MSSE) 316 Multi-purpose Anti-armor Anti-personnel Weapon Medium Dozer — T-9 ... 318 ... ... 380 320 System (MAAWS) M3E1 Mobile Maintenance Equipment Systems (MMES) Modular Fuel System (MFS) Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care 322 ... (MC4) Mortar Systems 324 ... 382 ... Motor Grader — 120M Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Platforms 326 ... ... 328 for Rapid Integrated Solutions for Medical Neurotrauma and Psychological Health (NPH) Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle Countermeasures (PRISM) 384 ... ... 330 386 ... (NBCRV) — Stryker Sensor Suites Small Arms — Individual Weapons (IW) Small Arms — Precision Weapons (PW) Pharmaceutical Systems 332 ... ... 388 334 ... Radiological Detection System (RDS) ARMY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS) — OVERVIEW 392 ... RQ-11B ... 336 ... 338 Render Safe Sets, Kits & Outfits (RS SKO) ... 340 APPENDICES Robotic Mine Flail — M160 Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (RAM) Warn ... 404 ... Glossary of Terms 342 ... 344 Route Clearance Interrogation System (RCIS) Type 1 410 ... Systems by Contractor 421 ... 346 ... Contractors by State Scraper — 621G 425 ... ... 348 Screening Obscuration Module (SOM) Points of Contact Small Arms — Crew Served Weapons (CSW) ... 350 Soldier Protection System (SPS) ... 352 Test Equipment Modernization(TEMOD) ... 354 Transportable Tactical Command Communications 356 ... (T2C2) Unified Command Suite (UCS) ... 358 ACQUISITION CATEGORY IV (ACAT IV) 362 Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) Immersive System ... Call For Fire Trainer, Increment III (CFFT III) ... 364 2018 5 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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9 ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (ACQUISITION, LOGISTICS AND TECHNOLOGY) (ASA(ALT)) ORGANIZATION

10 ASA(ALT) Mission Statement " Continuously modernize the U.S. Army through the development and timely delivery of overmatch capability to the Soldier in order to fight and win our Nation’s wars. " UNITED STATES ARMY 8

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12 DASA Acquisition, Policy and Logistics 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL-ZL (Room 2D536), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-697-5050 The provides integrated strategy, policy and analysis The Industrial Base Directorate Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition Policy and develops and oversees Department of the Army life and assessment of the health of the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), which is Logistics (DASA APL) cycle logistics policies and procedures for total life cycle systems management comprised of both organic and commercial sectors, ensuring the availability of current and future industrial capabilities to support Army acquisition. This of weapon and support systems. The Acquisition Logistics Policy and Programs Directorate also provides Army leadership with actionable business intelligence as well as the Industrial Base Directorates formulate and guide execution of Army life cycle logistics and industrial base policies for an acquisition program and DIB analytics and is responsible for developing and implementing the Army- portfolio that exceeds $50 billion annually. Furthering the DASA APL mission, the wide Make or Buy Policy. Environmental Support Office provides expertise in the areas of environmental, safety, occupational health, energy, and corrosion control and prevention. develops and refines Acquisition Logistics Policy and Programs Directorate The acquisition logistics policies and procedures for all phases of the life cycle that align with Department of Defense policies and Army requirements. This includes developing performance-based product support strategies, reliability, availability and maintainability, engineering for transportability, item unique identification, type designation, type classification, materiel release and quality. During the last year, the Directorate focused on acquisition reform initiatives, metrics development and property accountability. In addition, the Acquisition Logistics Policy and Programs Directorate implemented Operational Sustainment Reviews (OSRs) to perform post- production analysis and review of sustainment execution in accordance with 10, U.S. Code 2441. OSRs are conducted no later than two years after a Full Rate Production decision and then every five years for the life of the system. OSRs examine actual system and product support package performance in the operational environment and make recommendations for adjustments to the plan as needed. The team conducted five OSRs in Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) with an additional three planned. There are eight OSRs planned for FY19. Lessons learned from the OSRs are being applied to adjust policies and procedures where systemic issues are identified. The Acquisition Logistics Policy and Programs Directorate also works closely with key stakeholders to ensure that the transition to Army Enterprise Resource Planning systems for data integration and property accountability is successful. UNITED STATES ARMY 10

13 DASA Defense Exports and Cooperation 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL-ZN (Room 2D532), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-614-3434 Under the Arms Export Control Act of 1976 and the International Traffic in Arms Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Defense Exports and The Cooperation (DASA DE&C) is the U.S. Army’s lead for security assistance, Regulations, DASA DE&C executes the Army’s responsibilities under law to armaments cooperation and export licensing activities. As head of the protect military technologies and prevent unauthorized proliferation of weapons, Army Security Assistance Enterprise (ASAE), DASA DE&C ensures that the weapon systems, intellectual property and sensitive information. American Army provides materiel, services and training across the spectrum of Army companies wishing to market or sell military goods and services enumerated capabilities to international partners through a number of U.S. government in law to an international customer must obtain a license to do so. Under the guidance of the Departments of Defense, State, Commerce and Treasury, DASA security assistance programs. Undergirding the ASAE’s efforts is a concept DE&C reviews export license requests and provides the official Army position on known as the “total package approach," which makes sure that the sale whether to grant or deny the request to the broader U.S. government. or transfer of weapons or equipment comes with the spare parts, training, ammunition and other support materiel or services, to include construction and Armaments Cooperation DASA DE&C is organized into four directorates: the engineering services, required to ensure a credible and sustainable military capability. Coupled with this approach, DASA DE&C also oversees the Army’s leads international armaments cooperation programs and activity; Directorate the International Military Education and Training program, which facilitates foreign develops policy and manages resources Policy and Resources Directorate Security for security assistance and international armaments cooperation; the military personnel attendance at Army schools and training in order to enhance leads Army Headquarters military-to-military understanding and interoperability. These efforts build long- Cooperation Integration and Exports Directorate term relationships with foreign partners and allies that provide the Army with review of Foreign Military Sales actions and develops export policy and Army global partners it can rely on to defend mutual global interests. positions on export licenses; and the Strategy, Outreach and Operations conducts strategic planning, forecasting and outreach. Directorate DASA DE&C also leads the U.S. Army's Armaments Cooperation (AC) Enterprise composed of individuals in research laboratories, test and evaluation centers, and program offices throughout the Army. AC refers to a compilation of defense security cooperation programs that enable International Cooperative Research, Development and Acquisition with other countries, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other authorized international organizations. AC helps achieve operational and economic objectives of increasing military effectiveness through interoperability and partnership with allies and partners; avoiding duplication of research and development efforts; and reducing weapons acquisition costs by cost sharing and achieving economies-of-scale. DASA DE&C achieves these objectives through creation, negotiation and management of information and personnel exchanges, cooperative Research, Development, Test and Evaluation of defense technologies, systems or equipment; joint production and follow- on support of defense articles or equipment; and procurement of foreign technology, equipment, systems or logistics support. 2018 11 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

14 DASA Plans, Programs and Resources 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL-ZR (Room 2D524), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-697-0387 Longer-term, the Equipping and Sustaining PEG Directorates will work with The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Plans, Programs and Resources (DASA PPR) serves as the Chief Financial Officer and Principal the Army Futures Command and Army G-8 to identify key strategic decisions Advisor to the ASA(ALT) on budgetary and financial matters relating to Research, over the next 30 years to meet Army equipping priorities. This group supports Development and Acquisition and Operations and Maintenance for Army development of the annual Program Objective Memorandum (POM) for both Equipping and Sustaining PEGs. The long-term strategic portfolio analysis and acquisition programs. DASA PPR focuses on effective and efficient distribution review, integrated with POM builds, allows Army leadership to make decisions and oversight of $78 billion in active appropriations for more than 785 programs in now that shape success in the future. support of Army readiness and modernization. As the Equipping and Sustaining Program Evaluation Group (PEG) co-chair, DASA PPR manages resources that Acquisition Domain Functional Directorate provides functional governance enable the development, procurement and deployment of weapon systems and The and oversight of acquisition domain data and knowledge management equipment to Soldiers, as well as members of the other Services. Developing within ASA(ALT). This directorate ensures functional and business process and implementing reform initiatives where efficiencies can be made to ensure sustainment of current systems through useful life while enabling Cross- requirements are being documented for better control and reliability of acquisition data. These efforts provide standardization and increased visibility Functional Teams to develop next generation systems that increase Soldier and of authoritative data resulting in greater efficiencies, high-quality analysis and unit capability and lethality. better traceability. The end goal is a standardized data structure for enterprise visibility and decision-making. provides oversight of resource execution Financial Operations Directorate The for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Procurement, and Operations Audit Readiness Directorate and Maintenance funding for Army programs. The directorate accomplishes Finally, the continues to improve the Army’s ability to comply with standard accounting practices by working directly with these goals through consistent engagement with Program Executive Offices Program Executive Offices to complete asset valuation of general equipment and Army staff elements in coordinating and providing oversight of execution, and Operating Materials and Supplies. The team works collaboratively with rephasing and reprogramming actions to meet the Army’s readiness and Army G-4 and the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and modernization priorities. To ensure efficient execution, the team strives to Comptroller) to improve compliance with accounting principles and internal provide programs the right resources when needed and to identify opportunities to ultimately reduce disruptions and maintain schedule. controls of the existence and completeness of general equipment. focuses on planning and Human Capital Resource Integration Directorate The programming manpower authorizations to make sure the Army acquisition community is positioned to execute strategic priorities. This requires continual review, analysis and validation of program office manpower requirements to ensure ASA(ALT) input in Total Army Analysis results in successful execution of Research, Development and Acquisition. Recent reform initiatives to improve civilian pay efficiencies and increase transparency include transitioning core personnel from reimbursable to direct funding. UNITED STATES ARMY 12

15 DASA Procurement 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL-ZP (Room 2D528), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-695-2488 greater efficiency of spend, such as category management implementation The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Procurement (DASA(P)) serves as the Principal Advisor to the ASA(ALT) for Procurement, executing and quarterly strategic metrics reviews to measure and improve efficiency and effectiveness. the full range of responsibilities for the Senior Procurement Executive (SPE), Functional Chief Representative, and the Senior Official for the Acquisition DASA(P) manages the Army’s Procurement Management Review program of Services. DASA(P) leads the contracting community of practice, which is and provides centralized tracking and management for contracting audits comprised of 8,000 contracting professionals assigned to multiple commands. performed by the various audit and inspection activities. DASA(P) serves as the The focus is on training and developing a highly skilled workforce through single point of management in the Army for Federal, Department of Defense strategic talent management; providing the policy, business systems, support, and Army procurement regulations and policies, providing guidance on the and oversight for all stages of procurement execution resulting in award of over $86 billion and 265,000 contract actions annually; and monitoring strategic latest regulations and policies. DASA(P) has also implemented acquisition metrics to gauge the health of contracting and drive decisions to positively reform initiatives to streamline or eliminate outdated or unnecessary policies to influence how contracts are executed in the future and help accelerate current impact Soldier support across the globe. DASA(P) is focused on three strategic areas that directly align with the Secretary of the Army’s priorities of Readiness, acquisition timelines. Modernization and Reform—Talent Management, Procurement Execution and Data and Analytics Data/Analytics. are critical in making decisions that impact the Real-time entire Army Contracting Enterprise. DASA(P) serves as the central authority, advisor and proponent for the various procurement systems across the Army is a deliberate and integrated process to attract, develop Talent Management and strategically align talent with current and future Army requirements. DASA(P) Contracting Enterprise. Modernization of the Army’s contract writing system capability is a top priority to achieve audit readiness and improve effectiveness is focused on developing and delivering a strategic talent management structure and efficiency in business processes. that will help guide contracting professionals while supporting the Army mission Leveraging the Virtual Contracting by focusing on three primary areas: competency, capacity and capability. The Enterprise (VCE) suite of applications success of the program is based on the ability to achieve measurable results in order to view real-time data in the following areas with the contracting workforce: technical competence, concerning all aspects of Army challenging and diverse assignments, broad experience, an educated and engaged workforce, critical leadership skills, job satisfaction and pathways to contract actions, DASA(P) provides the contracting and acquisition senior executive service and general officer positions. workforce with the appropriate tools Procurement Execution in a variety DASA(P) serves and supports the field with and systems needed to perform their mission. The VCE provides of ways, including functioning as the central conduit between the contracting activities and ASA(ALT) and directly supporting program and warfighter standardization across the enterprise readiness through proactive engagement across the Army. Additionally, DASA(P) while providing oversight for all of its develops, implements and executes the acquisition framework of services, and contracting and workforce data. is heavily engaged in acquisition reform efforts to generate savings through 2018 13 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

16 DASA Research and Technology 103 Army Pentagon , SAAL ZT (Room 2E525), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-571-2608 The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology (DASA R&T) is the senior official responsible for science, research and technology within the Department of the Army. The DASA R&T serves as the chief scientist and science advisor to the Secretary of the Army and represents the Army in science, research and technology matters to the Department of Defense (DOD) and non-DOD partners. To fulfill these responsibilities the DASA R&T provides strategic direction and supervision for science, research and technology initiatives executed by Department of the Army officials, organizations and commands. DASA R&T is responsible for the oversight and executive management of the Army’s Science and Technology (S&T) portfolio, including resource allocation decisions supporting the Army’s S&T planning, programming and budget execution processes. In accordance with and in support of ASA(ALT) statutory duties, the DASA R&T is also responsible for the Technology Readiness Assessment of Army Major Defense Acquisition Programs, advising the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) at Milestone B (or at other events designated by the MDA) in the determination of whether program technologies have acceptable levels of risk. Under the oversight of the DASA R&T, the Army’s S&T investments provide breakthrough research and technology innovation by creating, adapting and developing leading-edge technologies for future Army capabilities; innovating technical solutions in response to urgent warfighter needs; and informing affordable and achievable requirements through experimental prototyping and demonstrations that leverage early Soldier input and drive down technical risk. After engaging in a critical review with Army stakeholders and leadership, DASA R&T is currently leading a strategic rebalance of the Army S&T Portfolio to address the Army’s most critical modernization priorities. This rebalance has resulted in redirecting more than $1 billion in S&T funding from near- to mid-term projects, reducing investments in support of counter-insurgency efforts, and increasing or accelerating investments to prepare for and deter strategic, near- peer competitors in the mid- and far-term. UNITED STATES ARMY 14

17 DASA Strategy and Acquisition Reform 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL-ZF (Room 2D516), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-695-2549 The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Strategy and Acquisition Reform (DASA SAR) , working collaboratively with other elements of the modernization enterprise, is charged with developing long-term institutional transformation to meet two of the Secretary of the Army's top priorities – modernization and reform. The Army is in the midst of its largest and most significant organizational change since 1973 with the establishment of the U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC). This drive for reform and organizational change provides a unique opportunity to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Army's modernization enterprise. DASA SAR has principal responsibility for design and implementation of acquisition reform and modernization initiatives across the total life cycle of the Army's weapon and support systems to ensure continued materiel dominance today and into the future. Focus areas include: • Developing and evaluating options for acquisition reform and modernization, including streamlining processes and applying Army leadership's principles to the acquisition system • Working with other stakeholders to create the new roles, responsibilities and relationships of ASA(ALT), AFC and other parties of the Army Acquisition system • Developing strategies to manage complex acquisition challenges and emerging opportunities such as intellectual property and advanced manufacturing • Reviewing existing and proposed Army acquisition policies for consistency with the Army Acquisition Executive's priorities and mission • Working with Congressional, Department of Defense (DOD), Army and industry stakeholders to incorporate reform initiatives into policy, regulation and law • Ensuring that Army modernization and acquisition reform efforts are synchronized within the DOD in order to capitalize on best business practices, as well as leverage "best of breed" investments from industry and other military departments 2018 15 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

18 Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management 103 Army Pentagon, SAAL ZS (Room 2E520), Washington, DC 20310 • 703-695-3117 Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management (DASM) leads allows for delegation of MDAs to PMs at Colonel or the civilian equivalent rank, The and implemented Simplified Acquisition Management Plans for select ACAT II executive program oversight and implementation of acquisition policy. As programs and all ACAT III-IV programs. the direct link between ASA(ALT) and the Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and Program Managers (PMs), the DASM team is at the forefront of delivering weapons, combat vehicles, sustainment systems and equipment to Soldiers. The DASM office collects and reports acquisition program metrics for all ACAT level programs and collaborates with ASA(ALT) and PEO staffs to consolidate This team is dedicated to improving a Soldier’s ability to conduct the full range of and streamline data collection, perform analyses and report performance to military operations by creating, obtaining, distributing and sustaining equipment, inform senior leaders’ decisions. providing cradle-to-grave support for weapon systems and ensuring delivery on schedule and within cost. Department of Army Systems Coordinators (DASCs) work with Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8 counterparts throughout the acquisition process. DASCs also work with Congress to justify budgets and planning. Additionally, the DASM team is responsible for ASA(ALT) Forward Operations, program reviews, test and evaluation and Congressional reporting functions. Playing a role central to budgeting, formulation and defense of the Army’s Research, Development and Acquisition budget, the DASM team collaborates with stakeholders throughout the Army to ensure our Soldiers are ready to fight tonight. The DASM office supports Army acquisition reform with monthly metrics reviews of all Major Defense Acquisition Programs. Metrics reviews enhance awareness and ensure viability in Army modernization efforts. The office also provides monthly Acquisition Program Reviews of Acquisition Category (ACAT) II-IV programs and other acquisition efforts, and submits Selected Acquisition Reports to Congress. The DASM wrote the implementation policy in statutory documentation to support Milestones A through C and developed the ASA(ALT) policy for implementing changes to the annual Configuration Steering Boards requirement. This team also developed and wrote the Army Acquisition Executive’s automatic delegation of Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) for ACAT II and III programs to the PEOs and drafted the ASA(ALT) policy for annual reporting for ACAT II–IV programs. Additionally, the team participated in developing the ACAT IV designation, which UNITED STATES ARMY 16

19 PEO Ammunition SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition, Building 1, Buffington Road, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 • 973-724-5244 indirect fire ammunition and rockets to allied nations that utilize previous leads and manages Program Executive Office Ammunition (PEO Ammo) the research, development, production, procurement and equipping of lethal Soviet Bloc weapon systems. armament and protective systems that provide joint warfighters with overmatch is a joint Army/ The Project Manager for Towed Artillery Systems (PM TAS) • capabilities to defeat current and future threats worldwide. PEO Ammo’s vision U. S. Marine Corps program office. PM TAS provides direct, reinforcing, and general support of towed artillery fires to maneuver forces, including Stryker of “innovative and empowered teams rapidly delivering dominating capabilities” ensures that the Munitions Enterprise meets its responsibilities now and in and Infantry Brigade Combat Teams, field artillery brigades, Army light the future. PEO Ammo is designated as the Single Manager for Conventional forces, and all Marine Corps units. PM TAS also manages survey systems for the Army and Marine Corps and all legacy towed howitzers in the Army’s Ammunition (SMCA) Executor. The SMCA objective is to achieve the highest possible degree of effectiveness and efficiency in the Department of Defense inventory. operations required to acquire conventional ammunition and integrate logistic Director Joint Products (PD JP) Project executes SMCA acquisition • responsibility for product configurations managed by and/or primarily functions for U.S. Armed Forces. procured for other military services, including U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy General Purpose, Penetrator, and Cast-Ductile Iron bombs and associated PEO Ammo’s six subordinate offices accomplish the life cycle management components, energetics, and 5-inch Navy Gun Ammunition product lines. of 600+ Army programs providing the joint warfighter with superior munitions PD JP also manages Army-funded procurement of Cartridge Actuated through a collaborative effort that leverages government and industry Devices and Propellant Actuated Devices. partnerships. These offices include the following: • executes life cycle management Project Director Joint Services (PD JS) • Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems (PM CAS) responsibilities for the SMCA in support of the industrial base, develops, demilitarization, manufacturing technology and prototyping, and ammunition produces, and equips Soldiers and Marines with conventional artillery and logistics research and development. mortar ammunition, precision ammunition, mortar weapons, and mortar fire control systems. Under the SMCA responsibilities, PM CAS also procures ammunition for U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Special Operations Command and allied nations. manages networked Project Manager Close Combat Systems (PM CCS) • and analog technologies, energetics, and munitions that improve anti-area access/area denial and increase lethality, survivability, and overmatch of both the mounted and dismounted joint force in the close fight. PM CCS supports the spectrum of lethal, non-lethal, robotics, counter-measures and counter explosives of unified land operations. develops, Project Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems (PM MAS) • equips and sustains integrated lethal direct fire ammunition (small, medium, and large caliber) effects to enable joint and allied warfighters overmatch capabilities throughout the battlefield. PM MAS also provides direct and 2018 17 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

20 PEO Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives 8198 Blackhawk Road, Edgewood Area, ATTN: SFAE-ACW-Z, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010 • 410-436-3498 Blue Grass stockpile, many of which have been found unsuitable for processing Program Executive Office Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives (PEO ACWA) is responsible for the safe destruction of the remaining U.S. through the main plant. chemical weapons stockpiles at the U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado and the Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky. The program’s mission is to destroy these chemical weapons stockpiles by 2023. As part of this work, PEO ACWA oversaw the safe destruction of ninety percent (27,474 U.S. tons) of the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile at seven chemical weapons storage sites by the U.S. Chemicals Materials Activity. Upon completion of its mission, the program ends and the U.S. will be in compliance with the International Chemical Weapons Convention. PEO ACWA is aligned under the U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center. This designation provides PEO ACWA with the necessary support and resources as an Army organization under the direct command and control of the Department of Defense. The PEO reports directly to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Threat Reduction and Arms Control), under the umbrella of the Department’s Chemical Demilitarization Program as mandated by Congress in Public Law 105-261. U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot stored 2,613 tons of mustard agent in The projectiles and cartridges. PEO ACWA worked with the community to select neutralization, followed by biotreatment as the destruction technology for their Colorado facility. The plant initiated destruction operations in 2016. Additionally, the U.S. Army Explosive Destruction System augments the plant’s baseline technology to destroy problematic chemical munitions that cannot be easily processed through the main plant. The Blue Grass Army Depot stored 523 tons of nerve and blister agents in rockets and projectiles. PEO ACWA worked with the community to select neutralization, followed by supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) as the destruction technology for their Kentucky facility. The plant is currently undergoing systemization in anticipation of a 2019 start-up. Additionally, a Static Detonation Chamber, an explosive destruction technology, will augment the plant’s neutralization/SCWO technology to destroy approximately 15,000 155 mm mustard projectiles in the UNITED STATES ARMY 18

21 PEO Aviation Building 5681 Wood Road, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 • 256-955-0414 Program Executive Office Aviation (PEO Aviation) leads and executes the met. Simultaneously PEO Aviation looks to design the future CAB and provide integrated sets of capabilities to COCOMs and Soldiers in the field. Today there life cycle management for all Army aviation weapon systems. The organization are more than 4,500 manned aircraft and over 10,000 unmanned aircraft in the serves Soldiers and the nation by designing, developing, delivering and supporting advanced aviation capabilities for operational commanders and Army Aviation inventory. allies. The PEO Aviation workforce contains the premier experts and leaders in the PEO Aviation is statutorily responsible for the execution of nine Major Defense Army Aviation value chain. Their expertise includes production, requirements Acquisition Programs representing 30 percent of Army Acquisition, and serves validation, identifying optimal materiel solutions, acquisition processes, program planning and budgeting, technical and functional systems integration, as the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) for 15 programs of record with a robust portfolio of supporting capabilities. In addition to supporting Combat Aviation and training and sustainment for the entire portfolio. Brigades (CABs) and Combatant Commands (COCOMs), PEO Aviation provides critical aviation capabilities to support U.S. Forces in Iraq and Combined Joint PEO Aviation’s top priority is to reduce the burden on the Soldier, while delivering Special Forces Task Force in Afghanistan. The organization also supports U.S. enhanced capabilities that will enable commanders to execute the challenging missions they perform every day. government agencies (such as the U.S. Army National Guard and Department of Homeland Security); and approximately 70 partner nations through Foreign Military Sales. PEO Aviation is best known for the Apache, Black Hawk, Chinook, Gray Eagle and Shadow programs. It is also known for support systems such as Lakota for aviation training and light utility; the C-12 family of fixed wing; and Non- Standard Rotary Wing aircraft. Aviation systems products support radio and ground support equipment used across platforms. PEO Aviation also provides forward-deployed pilots, training and logistics to COCOMs. In addition to fielding complex weapon systems, Project Managers respond to the COCOMs urgent operational needs. In 2017, the workforce delivered more than 20 quick-reaction capabilities to the COCOMs, ranging from critical intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance missions to the integration of new weapons on existing systems, such as HELLFIRE missiles on an MQ- 1C Gray Eagle. Readiness and modernization efforts focus on increasing the reach, protection and lethality of assigned platforms. The development of open systems architecture, manned-unmanned teaming and cybersecurity, incremental enhancements and breakthrough technologies to address both urgent and emerging threats will ensure the Army’s readiness objectives are 2018 19 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

22 PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road, SFAE-CS, Warren, MI 49397 • 586-282-6963 materiel handling, and petroleum and water storage and distribution Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support leads the development, systems integration, acquisition, systems. This team also manages the Army’s priority to enhance the use (PEO CS&CSS) testing, fielding, sustainment and modernization of critical combat enabling of robotic and autonomous systems, leveraging new acquisition tools to systems across the Army’s Transportation, Quartermaster, Ordnance and standardize robotic interfaces, unburden Soldiers in the field, develop a Engineer portfolios. In total, the PEO CS&CSS portfolio spans roughly 150 active common controller for ground and aerial unmanned systems, and bring new robotic systems and autonomous vehicle technologies to the force. programs across all Acquisition category levels, with more than 100 additional programs in sustainment. When employed as part of lethal Army formations, works closely with Joint Program Office Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV) • PEO CS&CSS-managed combat-enablers touch every Soldier in the field every the Marine Corps while managing the Army’s light tactical fleet, including day—forming the backbone of the operational joint force by carrying, supplying, sustainment of the venerable High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, transporting, feeding, fueling, calibrating, maintaining, protecting, powering and finalizing fielding plans for the leap-ahead automotive technologies in the fueling combat capabilities across the spectrum of operating environments. JLTV, and accelerating delivery of mobility advancements for dismounted infantry in the Ground Mobility Vehicle. Through careful, deliberate modernization efforts, the PEO CS&CSS team continues to enhance materiel readiness by quickly delivering capabilities to Project Manager Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems Soldiers that directly drive the operational mobility, sustainment and protection • powers, shelters and feeds the force by developing advancements to reshape of the Army's Modernization Priorities. As a result, the PEO CS&CSS team fields efficient field basing technologies that reduce fuel, water and Soldier more than 10,000 pieces of equipment each year, supporting critical activities demands; implementing microgrid technologies for more intelligent power like the European Deterrence Initiative and more than 20 urgent needs from usage; and rapidly prototyping the next generation of mobile camouflage warfighters engaged in combat operations. The team is also piloting new to give Soldiers the edge against an increased spectrum of adversary acquisition authorities to accelerate capabilities like the Squad Multipurpose sensor threats. Equipment Transport (SMET) to unburden Soldiers in the field. The innovative SMET strategy leverages robust industry collaboration and is beginning a year-long demonstration inside operational Infantry Brigade Combat Teams to ensure final program requirements incorporate robust warfighter feedback early in the process. PEO CS&CSS includes: , which “moves the Army” by • Project Manager Transportation Systems managing the entirety of the Army’s Heavy Tactical Vehicle fleet, Medium Tactical Vehicle fleet, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected and route clearance vehicles, and all Army Watercraft Systems. provides Soldiers with an array of combat- Project Manager Force Projection • enabling gear, including testing, maintenance, bridging, combat engineer, UNITED STATES ARMY 20

23 PEO Command, Control, Communications-Tactical 6590 Reconnaissance Street, Building 6010, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 • 443-395-8248 users with a common, intuitive experience. PEO C3T is also executing network Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) develops, acquires, fields and supports the Army’s tactical network, a cyber defense and providing tools to operate in degraded environments, while also identifying and adapting to malicious threats. critical priority that brings information dominance to current and future Soldiers. PEO C3T’s mobile tactical network provides capabilities that give commanders a resilient, redundant, easy-to-use and mobile interoperable tactical network. PEO C3T staff supports more than 24 key Acquisition programs and efforts with expertise in the areas of computer science, program management, engineering, Today, PEO C3T is working across the Army Staff, requirements community information technology, security, logistics, contracting, procurement, and U.S. Army Forces Command to improve the Army’s current tactical accounting and budgeting. At any given moment, PEO C3T is at the Soldier’s internet, to field secure and reliable communications that allow commanders side, whether in combat training centers or remotely at outside continental U.S. locations. to stay connected and informed at all times, even in the most austere and hostile environments. The goal is to deliver a pervasive, integrated network that provides Soldiers with the information they need from garrison to foxhole, while simplifying the tactical network so it is easier to use, train on, maintain and sustain. A simplified network will also continue to drive cost savings by combining hardware and other infrastructure, reducing software development efforts and decreasing the field support required to train Soldiers, troubleshoot systems and sustain equipment. PEO C3T’s first priority remains supporting deployed forces. In 2017, the PEO fielded network capabilities to more than 75 Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard units. In 2018, as the Army works to standardize its tactical network mission command application software baseline, PEO C3T plans to field upgraded capability to more than 200 units. PEO C3T's equipment and personnel support overseas operations, including Operation United Assistance, Operation Resolute Support, Operation Inherent Resolve and Europe/Pacific/ Africa support operations. Now, in support of Army readiness and modernization priorities, which call for versatility, mobility and interoperability with joint and coalition partners, PEO C3T is preparing for the future. The team is focused on modernizing and improving the Army’s lower tactical internet, upper tactical internet, mission command applications and command posts. Key technology enhancements will remove network complexity, provide resilient protected communications and ensure access to an expeditionary and scalable capability that provides 2018 21 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

24 PEO Enterprise Information Systems 9350 Hall Road, Building 1445, Room 159, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 • 703-806-2195 , the Army’s financial, • General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) provides information technology network and day-to-day business systems asset and accounting management system, and the foundation for Army that keep the Army running. The PEO's diverse portfolio of 34 program offices audit readiness. It standardizes, streamlines and shares critical data across the enterprise to advance real-time resourcing decisions. and 70 Acquisition programs support Army and Department of Defense (DOD) communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, training and Global Combat Support System-Army provides modernized supply, procurement operations. • maintenance, property book and related financial tracking capabilities from Providing Army leaders with the data they need to make informed decisions the warehouse and installation level down to the company and supply point is critical to readiness. PEO EIS leads the Army’s effort to modernize and level. merge legacy stove-pipe systems into one integrated enterprise to make data accessible and intuitive so Soldiers have what they need to complete the mission. is a fully fielded and supporting • Logistics Modernization Program The Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERPs) provide timely logistics visibility, Working Capital funded operation. While in Sustainment, the program enhance operational decision-making, and deliver the Army’s logistics and continues to support critical enhancement initiatives to improve readiness and the Army’s ability to track and manage materiel in real-time. financial solutions, improving operational readiness around the world. Delivering uninterrupted connectivity to Army posts, camps and stations across the globe is a fully integrated • The is critical and made possible through terrestrial and satellite communications Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A) Human Resources solution that standardizes, streamlines and integrates systems, and enterprise systems. Soldier personnel and pay processes across the Total Force. A resilient and interoperable joint network connected across the tactical, PEO EIS is improving the way the Army does business through innovative strategic and enterprise levels is more critical than ever. Aligned with the Army’s acquisition solutions that break traditional molds to acquire and deliver critical network modernization efforts, PEO EIS is shrinking the physical footprint of the capabilities to ensure Army readiness. From logisticians managing Army depots, existing network, reducing costs and introducing advanced technical solutions to medics transmitting a wounded Soldier’s vital signs, and network engineers that increase capabilities and secure global connectivity. Home Station Mission Command Centers offer a suite of standardized capabilities used at corps, building a high-speed information technology network, PEO EIS supports every Soldier, every day, everywhere. division and theater headquarters, allowing expeditionary mission command during all operational phases. A network comprised of intuitive, secured and standards-based capabilities are adapted to a commander’s requirements and integrated into a common operating environment. PEO EIS is the Army’s technical leader for business information systems focused on driving Army transformation through innovation. ERPs and business systems are improving the Army’s efficiency and accuracy, facilitating better decision-making for leaders through increased resource visibility across the force, specifically through four key programs: UNITED STATES ARMY 22

25 PEO Ground Combat Systems 6001 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 49397 • 586-282-6662 • Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems (PEO GCS) is responsible Project Manager Mobile Protected Firepower provides Infantry BCTs for providing world-class affordable, relevant and sustainable ground combat with mobile, protected direct fire capability to apply lethal and sustained equipment to joint warfighters. The portfolio includes the Abrams Main Battle long-range fires to armored vehicles, hardened enemy fortifications and dismounted personnel. Tank, Bradley Family of Vehicles (FoV), Towed and Self-propelled Howitzer Systems (M109A7), Stryker FoV, M88 HERCULES and the Armored Multi- Purpose Vehicle. With a focus on developing advanced technologies, PEO GCS is leading the design and development of the Army's Mobile Protected Firepower program and the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle, the Army's highest priority combat vehicle. Additionally, PEO GCS is conducting rapid installation and characterization of Non-Developmental Item Army Prepositioned Stock (APS) systems on various combat vehicle platforms (Abrams, Bradley and Stryker) to support future APS decision points. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) are also vital to the portfolio, supporting U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives. Project Manager Armored Fighting Vehicles is responsible for the life cycle • logistics of the Bradley FoV and Self-Propelled Howitzer Systems. • Project Manager Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) replaces the M113 FoV, which comprises 32 percent of the Armored Brigade Combat Team (BCT) vehicle fleet. The AMPV FoV will provide improved mobility, survivability, force protection and size, weight, power and cooling to incorporate future technologies and the inbound Army's network. The AMPV will replace five M113 FoV mission roles with the following variants: Mission Command, Medical Treatment, Medical Evacuation, General Purpose and Mortar Carrier. provides life cycle logistics for Project Director Main Battle Tank Systems • the M1 Abrams and M88 FoV and manages FMS. These programs are supported by a diverse team of Acquisition professionals to modernize, deliver and sustain combat power for the joint warfighter and strategic partners. • Project Manager Stryker Brigade Combat Team provides proven acquisition, development and sustainment of the Stryker FoV that afford the warfighter quick response maneuvering, enhanced survivability and lethality, expanded fight versatility and proven tactical agility. 2018 23 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

26 PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors 6585 Surveillance Loop, Building 6002, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 • 443-861-7881 provides the • Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors PM Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) foundation capabilities for DCGS-A to support the Army’s ISR mission adheres to a simple, but powerful, mission statement: "Deliver (PEO IEW&S) capability to Soldiers now through affordable and adaptable programs that for Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) of information and pace the threat." PEO IEW&S systems are proven lifesavers on the battlefield. intelligence data across echelons. • Therefore, the men and women of this organization passionately tackle the PM Electronic Warfare and Cyber acquires integrated intelligence, electronic and cyber warfare capabilities that provide spectrum and cyberspace mission of getting superior technological solutions into Soldier’s hands to superiority to enable freedom of maneuver on the battlefield. ensure overmatch that overwhelms any potential threat. • provides optimal and PM Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, PEO IEW&S has affordable positioning, navigation and timing capabilities with designs, products and solutions that promote decisive action in all Army operations. teams located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Redstone Army Arsenal, Alabama, and Create, influence and enable partnerships to deliver integrated PNT Los Angeles Air Force Base, California. PEO IEW&S has seven subordinate capabilities that positively impact the battlespace in any operational organizations that manage more than 100 programs of record and quick reaction environment. capabilities. develops, acquires, fields and supplies life PM Sensors-Aerial Intelligence • PEO IEW&S's extremely diversified portfolio supports a wide range of cycle support to modernized, integrated, tactically relevant aerial ISR sensor payloads while leveraging national capabilities as well as providing for PED organizations throughout the Army, as well as joint and coalition partners. With multiple portfolios under one umbrella, PEO IEW&S is involved in Space; of intelligence products to support the warfighter with actionable intelligence Force Protection; Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR); Cyber; in the right place, right time and at the best value for the nation. • Electronic Warfare; Mission Command; Aviation and Fires. ensures battlefield dominance by delivering PM Terrestrial Sensors innovative and persistent ISR and force protection sensor capabilities for the Army to fight tonight. Responsibilities of each Project Manager (PM) are as follows: develops and fields world-class PM Aircraft Survivability Equipment • aircraft survivability systems that maximize the survivability of Army aircraft against a continually evolving threat without degrading combat mission effectiveness. Ensures aircrews and their aircraft are protected against all emerging threats, regardless of airframe or mission. • designs, engineers, acquires, PM Department of Defense (DOD) Biometrics deploys and sustains enterprise biometric solutions in multiple operating environments enabling identity dominance on the battlefield and across DOD. These solutions, including biometric tactical collection devices and the authoritative biometric data repository, enable identity dominance for U.S. forces, interagency partners and international allies on the battlefield and around the globe. UNITED STATES ARMY 24

27 PEO Missiles and Space 5250 Martin Road, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 • 256-313-3411 Program Executive Office Missiles and Space (PEO MS) develops, fields Close Combat Weapon Systems Project Office provides the best capabilities • in a timely, reliable and responsive manner in support of warfighter needs at and sustains Missile and Space Systems that provide a decisive battlefield home and abroad. advantage for U.S. and coalition warfighters. To accomplish this, PEO MS provides centralized management for all Army tactical and air defense missile programs and designated space programs. To enhance multidomain warfighting In support of the Army Modernization Strategy and the newly established Army Futures Command, PEO MS directly supports the Long Range Precision Fires capabilities, PEO MS serves as a key link between the warfighter and the technology base to ensure that integration and interoperability are achieved with and Air and Missile Defense priorities and contributes to Soldier Lethality, Army programs. To meet the needs of the warfighter, PEO MS manages eight Positioning Navigation Timing, and the Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Project Offices responsible for 34 programs of record. Teams (CFT). It accomplishes this through active Program Manager participation directly within the CFT, helping to ensure rapid prototyping and fielding efforts can be properly aligned to the longer term modernization strategy to ensure is responsible for Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Project Office • capabilities can be properly matured and sustained. developing, acquiring, fielding and sustaining the IAMD Battle Command System within an overarching construct that supports the integration of current and future sensors and weapons providing an effective capability at To accelerate weapon system fielding, PEO MS assesses warfighter feedback and works collaboratively with the commercial defense and organic industrial all echelons. base to identify and implement projects that leverage commercial innovation, develops, produces, fields and sustains air and • Lower Tier Project Office cutting-edge Science and Technology, and prototyping thereby using the missile defense systems to defend the lower tier within the terminal defense strengths of all sectors. This exchange of ideas and innovation is critical to segment of the Ballistic Missile Defense System architecture. improve readiness, harness efficiencies and accelerate delivery of priority Cruise Missile Defense System is responsible for delivering the materiel • solutions that provide warfighters the ability to detect and defeat cruise capabilities. missiles, unmanned aircraft systems, rotary/fixed wing threats, and rockets, artillery and mortars. provides for the overall life Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar Project Office • cycle management of automated air and missile defense command and control systems, force protection systems-of-systems and counterfires/ counter target acquisition radars. • Missile Defense and Space Systems Project Office provides Army Acquisition expertise and management for several missile defense and space system related areas. Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Project Office provides for • the Precision Fires family of launchers and munitions in support of the warfighter’s long-range field artillery requirements. Joint Attack Munition Systems Project Office provides life cycle support for • all Army aviation rockets, launchers and missiles. 2018 25 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

28 PEO Soldier 5901 Putman Road, Building 328T, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 • 703-704-2802 situational awareness and combat effectiveness, decrease combat load and Program Executive Office Soldier (PEO Soldier) is involved in the development improve mission flexibility. and procurement of all that Soldiers wear, as well as the pieces of equipment they carry. Ensuring Soldiers are equipped at the leading edge of innovation has The Army Vision focuses on being ready to deploy, fight and win decisively been PEO Soldier’s driving mission since its inception in 2002. PEO Soldier’s against any adversary, anytime and anywhere. Lethality and survivability are approach is to view the Soldier as an integrated weapons platform to ensure better operational performance while reducing the load carried. at the core of PEO Soldier’s work, and the organization remains dedicated to the Army’s continued modernization efforts. Working with Cross-Functional Teams, PEO Soldier is committed to leveraging commercial innovation, cutting- PEO Soldier manages more than 450 products and programs that are a edge science and technology, prototyping and warfighter feedback to ensure culmination of the organization’s dedication to enhancing Soldier performance. Soldiers have the decisive advantage over potential adversaries. The following four Project Management (PM) Offices provide the very best equipment to enable mission success. This PEO provides Soldiers with the finest equipment and protection available develops • as quickly as possible, investing in our Soldiers to give them the decisive edge Project Manager (PM) Soldier Protection and Individual Equipment and fields advanced Soldier protection products, comfortable uniforms that while also being good stewards of taxpayer resources. Because of these efforts, the Army and the nation's Soldiers are ready to fight tonight. enhance mission effectiveness and improved parachute systems. These products are designed to protect Soldiers and allow them to operate in any condition. provides Soldiers with improved PM Soldier Sensors and Lasers (SSL) • lethality, mobility and survivability in all weather and visibility conditions. Sensor and laser systems developed by PM SSL provide critical, on-the- ground direct support to the U.S. Armed Forces. Soldier-borne sensors and lasers enhance the ability to see in all battlefield and lighting conditions, to acquire objects of military significance before being detected, and to target threat objects accurately for engagement by Soldiers or guided munitions. • ensures that Soldiers on the battlefield have PM Soldier Weapons (SW) overmatch capabilities in individual and crew-served weapons. PM SW supports Soldiers through the development, production, fielding and sustainment of current and future weapons systems, as well as associated target acquisition/fire control products. As a result of PM SW's efforts, Soldiers benefit from continuous improvement programs and are equipped with systems that enhance both survivability and lethality. PM Soldier Warrior (SWAR) supports Soldiers through the acquisition of • integrated systems. PM SWAR product managers develop and integrate components into complete systems designed to increase Soldiers’ UNITED STATES ARMY 26

29 PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation 12211 Science Drive, Orlando, FL 32826 • 407-384-3500 Program Executive Office Simulation, Training and manages multiple Science and Technology, and Central Test and Evaluation The mission of is to "Develop, Acquire and Sustain Simulation, Investment Program efforts, including the National Cyber Range Complex, Instrumentation (PEO STRI) Training, Testing and Modeling Solutions to Optimize Warfighter Readiness," which ensures cyber training readiness. • ensures, through modernization efforts, Soldiers have the high-fidelity, realistic Joint Project Manager for Medical Modeling and Simulation (JPM MMS) develops, acquires and sustains medical training aids, devices, simulators training and testing products to remain second to none on the battlefield. and simulations supporting the military services' medical training Deploying Soldiers use PEO STRI products to train and hone their critical requirements for continued readiness across the full Continuum of Care. warfighting skills. PEO STRI continues to accomplish its mission, with an eye on JPM MMS delivers premier live, virtual, constructive and gaming materiel evolving global challenges facing the nation and allies. solutions across the Military Health System as the DOD leader in medical PEO STRI’s Project Management Offices and Field Operations office focus on simulation. nesting the Army's priorities of readiness, modernization and reform in their • Field Operations executes life cycle support and management services meeting Army and other customer-specific ongoing and future programs. modernization requirements. The office provides worldwide training aids, devices, simulators and simulations maintenance, operations, sustainment • is the Army's provider for Project Manager Training Devices (PM TRADE) instrumented live training systems and virtual simulation solutions. PM and readiness training support services to Army garrisons, Combat Training Centers and deployed areas of operation. TRADE provides Soldiers, leaders and allies realistic environments and enablers across the spectrum of training ensuring sustainable readiness. PM PEO STRI provides field training aids, devices, simulators and simulations to TRADE also delivers the force-on-force and force-on-target training enablers supporting both home station and Combat Training Center exercises, Active Army and Reserve Component units at 130 locations in 37 states. They are also fielded at 12 locations in United States Army Europe and nine locations including instrumentation and tactical engagement simulation systems. is modernizing within United States Forces Korea. PEO STRI's Foreign Military Sales supports • Project Manager for Integrated Training Environment (PM ITE) over 58 countries. "We work for our Soldiers. It's the best job we've ever had," realistic training by converging virtual, constructive and gaming products into one organizational structure maximizing benefits from blended is not just PEO STRI's motto, it's with that thought each and every aspect of the capabilities with live training. PM ITE enables realistic training through the mission is accomplished. replication of the uncertainty, stress and complexity found in operational environments. The office also provides commanders the ability to train the full range of military operations within current or projected training space in large-scale home station exercises. Project Manager for Instrumentation, Targets, Threat Simulators and Special • Operations Training Systems (PM ITTS) supports multiple communities in the Department of Defense (DOD). PM ITTS serves as the life cycle manager of major test instrumentation, aerial, surface and virtual targetry, Army and Special Operations Forces training, and Cyber Electromagnetic of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, PM ITTS Activities. On behalf 2018 27 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

30 Joint PEO Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood, MD 21010 • 410-436-9000 • Joint Program Executive Office Chemical, Biological, Radiological and The National Defense Strategy and JPEO CBRND's strategic Reform: guidance on streamlining acquisition calls for rapid iterative approaches Nuclear Defense (JPEO CBRND) is the Joint Service's lead for the development, to reduce risk and cost. Streamlining the acquisition process is necessary acquisition, fielding and life cycle support of CBRN defense equipment and for maintaining a technological edge and taking advantage of business medical countermeasures. JPEO CBRND puts capable and supportable practices that bring capabilities to the warfighter faster. The intent is to focus systems in the hands of Service members and first responders, when and where on rapid platform and autonomous technology development to maintain the it is needed, and at an affordable price. JPEO CBRND's vision is a resilient technological edge. and lethal joint force enabled to fight and win unencumbered by a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear environment; championed by innovative and JPEO CBRND is also taking state-of-the-art solutions. Five unique Project Management Offices (PMO) advantage of acquisition tools manage the Acquisition of CBRN defense equipment, serving as enablers to achieve national security strategies and support the U.S. Armed Forces. These that allow for engagement with industry and interagency partners PMOs, along with interagency, international and industry partnerships, have the sooner, and incorporate feedback experience and expertise to rapidly deliver solutions. from the warfighter and end user JPEO CBRND is changing the approach to modernization • Modernization: earlier. JPEO CBRND's contracting and considering multiple possible futures and leveraging commercial toolbox leverages Other Transaction Authority (OTA) in the medical space innovations, cutting-edge Science and Technology and warfighter feedback. JPEO CBRND is moving away from the old paradigm of developing items with the Medical CBRN Defense as single, stand-alone products, to a more holistic approach of developing Consortium (MCDC), and the JPEO created an overarching OTA that can and integrating capabilities. The result is sets of solutions that span the entire CBRN defense portfolio, providing an integrated and layered defense be used by all of DOD for Combatting capability to the warfighter. This strategy is vital to providing early warning, Weapons of Mass Destruction. The MCDC includes leading situational awareness and understanding of asymmetric and unpredictable threats to the nation's security. Additionally, JPEO CBRND is leveraging pharmaceutical, academic and structured approaches through experimentation to improve tools, adopt medical research entities in the U.S. new processes, assess and deliver technologies to joint forces on the Together they will enhance military multidomain battlefield. mission effectiveness by providing JPEO CBRND will address vulnerability gaps through Readiness: • advanced development in support of responsible resourcing, technology insertion and modernization to meet DOD's medical pharmaceutical and diagnostic requirements. warfighter and national security requirements. Readiness depends on the ability to collaborate with Department of Defense (DOD) partners, take advantage of academia and engage with industry. By doing so, technologies in the field are greatly advanced and further integrated to provide early decision and support. UNITED STATES ARMY 28

31 Army Rapid Capabilities Office 10100 Newton Road, Building 333, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 • 703-614-4987 Army Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO), • Loitering Air Munitions Supporting the ASA(ALT) mission, the expedites critical capabilities to the field to meet Combatant Commanders’ • Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems needs and Army Modernization Priorities. Created in August 2016, RCO enables • Active Protection Systems the Army to experiment, evolve and deliver technologies to address both urgent Cyber • • Artificial Intelligence and emerging threats, while supporting acquisition reform efforts. • Future Vertical Lift RCO develops, acquires, integrates and equips selected capabilities; implements RCO incorporates early and prominent warfighter involvement into the streamlined acquisition methods, processes and techniques; and acts as an requirements gathering and prototyping process to ensure materiel solutions are agent of change by challenging traditional approaches. Primarily focused on the highest priority Army requirements at the direction of the Secretary of the not only vetted by operators, but also delivered to units as a holistic capability with the right support and tactics, techniques and procedures in place. Army, the Chief of Staff of the Army and the Army Acquisition Executive, the RCO delivers operational effects within one to five years and is complementary to programs of record that aim deeper into the future and equip the entire Army. Within the Army RCO is a dedicated cell known as the Emerging Technologies Office (ETO). The ETO’s mission is to directly and continuously align, understand In its first year of existence, the Army RCO successfully executed a rapid and drive academia, industry and Science and Technology solutions to near- term and emerging threats with development and demonstration of revolutionary prototyping project to provide integrated electronic warfare systems that close new capabilities while leveraging innovation by other government agencies and urgent capability gaps in Europe and enable Soldiers to fight and survive in industry partners. contested environments. Provided in response to an operational needs statement from U.S. Army Europe, these technologies are interim solutions designed as a bridge to enduring electronic warfare programs of record. This approach adapted existing systems and incorporated emerging technologies to provide new electronic warfare effects and counter the emerging threat. Working in partnership with the Army Futures Command, Cross-Functional Teams and Program Executive Offices, the RCO plays a critical role in ensuring the Army is ready today and prepared for tomorrow. It serves as a direct pipeline that commanders can access quickly to meet real-time demands, while building an advantage for those who will follow in their footsteps. Current RCO priority areas include: Electronic Warfare • Positioning, Navigation and Timing • Long Range Cannon • Optical Augmentation • 2018 29 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

32 U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center 9900 Belvoir Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 • 703-664-5600 U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center (USAASC) shapes and develops Institutional management of the Army Acquisition Corps and the Army • The the capabilities of the more than 39,000 member-strong Army Acquisition Acquisition Workforce. The director of USAASC is also the Director of Acquisition Career Management, and works with the Principal Military Workforce through superior support and development of world-class Deputy to the ASA(ALT), who serves as the Director of the Army Acquisition professionals, enabling excellence in the acquisition community and ensuring that Soldiers have the capabilities to win across multiple missions, conditions Corps, to oversee the Army Acquisition Workforce. and geographies. Established in 2002, USAASC provides oversight of the Army Acquisition Corps and is a direct reporting unit to ASA(ALT). USAASC provides oversight for the force protection mission executed by the Program Executive Offices (PEOs), acquisition career management support for the Army Acquisition Workforce, and subject-matter expertise and analytical support to various Department of Defense (DOD) elements. USAASC performs several core functions for its stakeholders: Policy, guidance and support for the Army Acquisition Executive, the • Director of Acquisition Career Management, ASA(ALT) staff and the Army Acquisition community through developing, implementing and overseeing Acquisition initiatives and key issues Subject matter expertise and analytical support to the ASA(ALT) and various • DOD elements, including the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment • Acquisition career management and development support for the Army Acquisition Workforce. Support in the form of plans, policies, programs and direct support to Acquisition organizations, supervisors and individual members • Communicating the Army Acquisition Corps’ vision and mission within the Acquisition community and across the Army enterprise, primarily through Army AL&T magazine, the Army AL&T News blog and a broad, engaged social media presence Customer service and support to PEOs, for the execution of the PEOs’ force • protection mission and in the areas of human resources, program structure and Acquisition information management UNITED STATES ARMY 30

33 U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command 810 Schreider Street, Fort Detrick, MD 21702 • 301-619-2736 U.S. Army Medical leveraged to modernize existing capabilities. USAMRMC leads research Receiving acquisition oversight from ASA(ALT), the Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) is the Army's medical and development when the issue is military unique, industry/academia lack materiel developer, with the responsibility for medical research, development, interest, a solution is urgently required or Congressionally directed. and acquisition and medical logistics management. Medical information and This asset has the ability to design, Medical Prototype Development Lab: • develop and quickly prototype far-forward medical equipment. Core products developed and fielded by the USAMRMC protect and sustain the capabilities include 3-D computer-aided design and manufacturing; as well health and safety of the force prior to, during and following deployment, save as, prototype development and fabrication. lives once injured, and assist in recovery, enabling the Army's modernization, readiness and reform priorities. • Reform: USAMRMC is dedicated to rapidly fielding effective and operationally suitable medical solutions. In accordance with acquisition USAMRMC’s mission is to responsively and responsibly create, develop, deliver streamlining and reform, the Command established Acquisition Category IV programs and implemented "Smart Contracting," leveraging Other and sustain medical capabilities for the warfighter. The vision is to lead the Transaction Authority (OTA) and the Economy Act. advancement of military medicine. The Command is headquartered at Fort Detrick, Maryland, with 12 subordinate commands located throughout the Through a 10-year renewable OTA agreement with the Medical Technology world. Six medical research laboratory commands execute the research and Enterprise Consortium, USAMRMC accesses over 215 small and large technology program to investigate medical solutions (knowledge and materiel) business, academic, not-for-profit and non-traditional government contractor for military missions. An additional six subordinate commands are responsible for product development and acquisition, medical systems management, organizations. This contracting vehicle enables maximum flexibility, cost- sharing and prototype acceleration. USAMRMC leverages the Rapid Equipping strategic and operational medical logistics, and contracting activities. Force to provide innovative potential solutions to address urgent requirements. USAMRMC's platform is the Soldier. Medical readiness enables • This process assists with developing and validating solutions in the operational Readiness: environment. Soldier readiness, which allows the Army to fight today, and prepare for the fight tomorrow. USAMRMC investments provide innovative medical solutions to address validated high-risk capability gaps such as providing prolonged care at the point of need. Improving Soldier readiness includes providing capabilities to prevent injuries, and when prevention fails, to improve patient care from the point-of-injury through the field hospital. • Modernization: As a full life cycle command, USAMRMC encompasses research and technology (including basic to applied research for knowledge and materiel), product development and systems management (including program management, assembly management, and developmental test and evaluation), contracting and grants managements, and sustainment (including logistics and maintenance). This integration allows for a holistic approach to rapidly and effectively develop, procure, field and maintain medical materiel. When available, commercial solutions and innovations are 2018 31 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

34 How to Use this Book PEO name and location System name Contractor locations are highlighted ACAT level tabs PEO logo Foreign Military Sales Contractor and location ACAT I/BSC I • ACAT II • ACAT III • ACAT IV • Highlighted tabs indicate Modernization Priority Highlighted tabs indicate Acquisition Life Cycle Phase ACQUISITION CATEGORY The tab in the top left corner indicates the program’s Acquisition or Business System Category. The programs are arranged alphabetically within each section. UNITED STATES ARMY 32

35 MODERNIZATION PRIORITY ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE This tab identifies the program’s modernization priority. Some programs do not This tab identifies the program’s Acquisition Life Cycle Phase(s). performs analysis needed to choose a product directly support one of the six Army Modernization Priorities and therefore do • Materiel Solution Analysis not have a priority selected. Other programs may support more than one Priority. or system concept, identifies capability gaps, translates into system-specific requirements and conducts planning to support an acquisition strategy. • . Develop platforms, capabilities, munitions Long-Range Precision Fires • reduces technology risk, Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction determines and matures the technologies to integrate into a full system, and formations that restore U.S. Army dominance in range, lethality, mobility, precision and target acquisition. and demonstrates on prototypes. This is a continuous discovery and development process. • Next Generation Combat Vehicles . Develop combat vehicles that integrate • develops a system, Engineering & Manufacturing Development other close combat capabilities in manned, unmanned and optionally manned teaming that leverages semi-autonomous and autonomous completes full system integration, plans a feasible and affordable manufacturing process, and demonstrates system integration, platforms in conjunction with the most modern firepower, protection, mobility interoperability and utility. This phase includes system integration, system and power generation capabilities necessary to ensure that our future demonstration and interim progress review. combat formations can fight and win against any foe, in any environment. • Production & Deployment achieves an operational capability that . A set of manned, unmanned and optionally manned • Future Vertical Lift satisfies mission needs. Components of this phase include Low Rate Initial platforms that can execute attack, lift and reconnaissance missions on the modern and future battlefield at greater range, altitude, lethality and payload. Production, Full Rate Production Decision Review, Full Rate Production and Deployment, and Military Equipment Evaluation. An integrated system of hardware, software and Army Network. • executes a support program that meets materiel infrastructure that is sufficiently mobile, reliable, user-friendly, discreet Operations & Support • and performance requirements in the most cost-effective manner over the in signature, expeditionary and can be used to fight effectively in any environment where the electromagnetic spectrum is denied or degraded. system’s total life cycle. • . A series of mobile integrated platforms, Air and Missile Defense capabilities, munitions and formations that ensure our future combat Because the Army is spiraling technology to warfighters as soon as feasible, formations are lethal while remaining protected from modern and advanced some programs and systems may be in all four acquisition life cycle phases at the same time. Mature programs are often only in one phase, such as Operations air and missile delivered fires, to include drones. • & Support, while newer systems are usually only found in the Materiel Solutions . A holistic series of capabilities, equipment, training and Soldier Lethality enhancements that span all fundamentals of combat: shooting, moving, Analysis or Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction phases. communicating, protecting and sustaining to ensure our Soldiers are more lethal and less vulnerable on the modern battlefield. This will include not only next generation individual and squad weapons, but also improved body armor, sensors, radios and load-bearing exoskeletons. These efforts will be joined by research in improved human performance and decision-making. 2018 33 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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38 Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT I MODERNIZATION All M1A2 tanks have two sights, a gunner’s M1A2 SEPv2: DESCRIPTION PRIORITY and commander’s sight, which increase the tank’s lethality The Abrams Main Battle Tank closes with and destroys the by enabling a hunter/killer technique as the gunner — enemy using mobility, firepower and shock effect. The Abrams Long-Range Precision Fires is a full-tracked, low-profile, land combat assault weapon destroys targets, the commander can simultaneously Next Generation possessing unmatched survivability, shoot-on-the-move survey the battlefield for the next threat. All M1A2s also have Combat Vehicles digital architectures, which facilitate future upgrades, allow lethality and a high degree of maneuverability. The Abrams interoperability and ease the maintenance burden. Other tank sends a message to those who would oppose the United Future Vertical Lift States as to the resolve, capability and might of the U.S. upgrades include Common Remotely Operated Weapon Army Network Army. A 1,500-horsepower turbine engine, 120 mm main gun Station – Low Profile, an ammunition data link to fire improved Air and Missile Defense and special armor make the Abrams tank particularly lethal rounds, and 12 batteries for longer silent watch. Program against heavy armor forces. The Abrams fleet consists of two Manager Abrams has integrated the Trophy Active Protection Soldier Lethality System (APS) on the M1A2 SEPv2. variants: the M1A1 SA (Situational Awareness) and the M1A2 SEP (System Enhancement Program) version 2. The M1A2C, The next version of the Abrams tank is in Production the latest variant in production, is concluding testing. It will M1A2C: and finalizing testing. This version rectifies many of the be followed by another variant, the M1A2D, which is in initial ACQUISITION development. space, weight and power issues identified during Operation LIFE CYCLE PHASE Iraqi Freedom and will be the foundational variant for all future incremental upgrades. In addition to having The Abrams program is a mature, Acquisition Category IC Materiel Solution Analysis improved survivability, the Abrams M1A2C can host any program. Design decision authority is delegated to Program Technology Maturation & mature technology the Army deems operationally relevant. Executive Office Ground Combat Systems, which further Risk Reduction empowers leaders at the lowest level to execute. This creates Improvements focus on increasing the electrical power margin, Engineering & Manufacturing great Acquisition agility and enables quick reactions to the Vehicle Health Management Systems, integrated counter- Development improvised explosive device protection, a new Auxiliary Power Army’s requirements while focusing on the real-time needs of Unit, embedded training and an ammunition data link. It is the the warfighting formations. Production & Deployment most reliable Abrams tank ever produced, will decrease the Operations & Support M1A1 SA: Currently in Sustainment and slated for divestment Army’s logistic burden, and leads the Army in enterprise-level between Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20)-FY25, this variant has a single connectivity to maintenance and supply systems. second-generation Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR) sight and M1A2D: analog architecture. While less capable, it is just as survivable The most modern Abrams tank has started and maneuverable as the more modern variants. The M1A1 development; the cornerstone technology is the third generation SA has Blue Force Tracker — a digital command-and-control (3GEN) FLIR, which will provide tank crews much greater system that gives commanders information about their location lethality. The 3GEN FLIR will be an upgrade to both sights and will be common with other combat platforms. With the upgrade, relative to friendly forces — and powertrain improvements. the Abrams will integrate a color camera, Eye-safe Laser Range Finder and a cross-platform laser pointer to facilitate UNITED STATES ARMY 36

39 Abrams Tank Upgrade multidomain battle in to the commander’s sight. In addition to a — M1 lethality upgrade, the M1A2D will include full-embedded training to maximize crew proficiency of the system. This program began early enough to on-board any technology the Army deems critical FOREIGN MILITARY SALES to the future battlefield to include artificial intelligence, autonomy, M1A1: Australia, Egypt, Iraq and Morocco APS or advanced sensors. M1A2/M1A2S: Kuwait and Saudi Arabia BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Land Systems (Sterling Heights, MI) Provides the lethality, survivability and fightability necessary to Allison Transmission (Indianapolis, IN) defeat advanced threats well into the future. The Abrams tank is Honeywell (Phoenix, AZ) the Army’s primary ground combat system. Anniston Army Depot (Anniston, AL) Joint Systems Manufacturing Center SPECIFICATIONS (Lima, OH) • Combat weight (tons): M1A1 SA – 67.6; M1A2 SEPv2 – 71.2; M1A2C – 73.6 • Speed: 42 mph, 30 mph x-country • M1A1 SA – 120 mm/40 rounds; M1A2 SEPv2 – 120 mm/42 rounds • Machine guns: .50 caliber - 900 rounds; 7.62 mm - 11,400 rounds PROGRAM STATUS FY16: Start of next generation FLIR development for the • Abrams tank • Abrams M1A2 SEPv2 tank Production complete F Y17: • 2QFY17–2QFY18: Transitions Production from M1A2 SEPv2 to M1A2C through a “Pilot” program • FY18: Start of M1A2C Production º º Start of M1A2D Development program PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • FY19-FY20: M1A2C Testing completed • FY20: M1A2C First Unit Equipped FY19-FY23: • M1A2D Development program continues 2018 37 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

40 Apache Attack Helicopter AH-64D/E PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION The aircraft is also undergoing recapitalization modifications DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Apache AH-64D/E is the Army’s attack helicopter. It is such as the Modernized Day Sensor Assembly. This upgrade will eliminate obsolescence issues while enhancing day sight capable of destroying armor, personnel and materiel targets in Long-Range Precision Fires capabilities equivalent to the changes made with MTADS/ obscured battlefield conditions. The Apache is a two-engine, Next Generation four-bladed, tandem-seat attack helicopter equipped with PNVS. Other modifications in work include Manned Unmanned Combat Vehicles an M230 30 mm cannon, Hydra-70 2.75-inch rockets, and teaming that provides non-line-of-sight communications, video HELLFIRE missiles (both laser-guided and radio frequency). The transmission/reception and maintenance cost reductions. Future Vertical Lift current fleet contains both AH-64D Longbow Apaches and the Army Network AH-64E models; however, the end state is pure-fleet E-models. The Apache is provided to U.S. allies through a robust Foreign Air and Missile Defense Military Sales (FMS) program. There are currently over 350 The Apache is fielded to both Active Army and Army National Guard armed reconnaissance battalions and cavalry units. The Apaches operated by partner nations and 14 active FMS cases. Soldier Lethality aircraft is designed to support Brigade Combat Teams across BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER the full spectrum of warfare. The current acquisition objective is 812 aircraft. The Apache provides security to ground forces, fixed based operations and aerial escorts; conducts reconnaissance to ACQUISITION The AH-64E program is the most current evolution of the provide situational awareness to ground forces and higher LIFE CYCLE PHASE Apache. The AH-64E is designed and equipped with open headquarters; and decisively engages single or multiple enemy combatants to allow freedom of maneuver or protection. It systems architecture to incorporate the latest communications, Materiel Solution Analysis navigation, sensor and weapon systems. The E-model has maneuvers into enemy territory to conduct deep attacks on Technology Maturation & strategic targets to set the conditions for favorable ground multiple upgrades from its predecessors such as the improved Risk Reduction commander objectives and goals. With the Manned Unmanned Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Engineering & Manufacturing Vision System (MTADS/PNVS), which includes a new integrated Teaming capability, the AH-64 is capable of sending real-time Development infrared laser that allows for easier target designation, and situational awareness of the environment and enemy forces to Soldiers in contact. enhanced infrared imagery, which blends both infrared and Production & Deployment night vision capabilities. The E-model has the updated Small Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS Tactical Terminal radio that includes the LINK 16 capability required to communicate in a joint environment. The updated • Designed and equipped with open systems architecture to incorporate the latest communications, navigation, sensor Fire Control Radar will have the ability to operate in a maritime and weapon systems mode, enabling the Apache to be an integral asset in all • Combat mission speed: AH-64D 145 knots (max speed); fashions and surroundings. The Manned Unmanned Teaming AH-64E 164 knots (max speed) ability of the E model fleet provides Level of Interoperability 4 to • Combat range: 260 nautical miles Apache crews. This provides Apache crewmembers the ability to receive Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) video in the Apache • Combat endurance: 2.5 hours cockpit, control UAS sensors and direct the flight path of the • Maximum gross weight: 20,260 pounds UAS. UNITED STATES ARMY 38

41 Ordnance: 16 HELLFIRE missiles; 76 2.75-inch rockets and • Apache 1,200 30 mm chain gun rounds • Crew: Two (pilot and copilot gunner) Rate of Fire: 600-650 rounds per minute • FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Egypt, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Korea, Kuwait, PROGRAM STATUS Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom 2QF Y17: Awarded AH-64E Apache multiyear contract for • Lot 7 though Lot 11 CONTRACTORS 3QFY18: Department of Army G-8 memo adjusting • Boeing (Mesa, AZ) Army Procurement Objective from 767 to 812 and Army Lockheed Martin (Orlando, FL) Acquisition Objective of 791 for the AH-64E Apache Longbow LLC (Orlando, FL) Helicopter L3 Technologies (Salt Lake City, UT) PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • Follow-on Test and Evaluation 2 3QFY19: 2018 39 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

42 Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT I MODERNIZATION The Medical Treatment variant includes room for four crew, one DESCRIPTION PRIORITY litter patient and a patient treatment table. The Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) is the replacement for the M113 Family of Vehicles (FoV) within the Armored Brigade Long-Range Precision Fires BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Combat Team (ABCT), comprising approximately 30 percent of Next Generation AMPV provides significant capability improvement over the its tracked vehicle fleet. Combat Vehicles M113 FoV in force protection, survivability, mobility and power The General Purpose variant accommodates two crew, six generation to incorporate the Army’s inbound network and Future Vertical Lift other future technologies. passengers, is reconfigurable to carry one litter, mount crew Army Network served weapon, integrates two Joint Tactical Radio System Air and Missile Defense SPECIFICATIONS Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit (HMS) or two Single Weight: 75,000–80,000 pounds Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS), • Soldier Lethality Sustained speed: 34-38 mph Vehicle Intercom (VIC)-3, Driver’s Vision Enhancer (DVE), • Duke v3, and Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below • Acceleration (0-30 mph): 24 sec (FBCB2)/Blue Force Tracker (BFT). • Cruising range (at 30 mph): 225 miles Crew Size: Two to four • ACQUISITION Weapons: Hosts M249, M240, M2 or MK-19; 120 mm mortar The Mortar Carrier variant accommodates two crew, two • LIFE CYCLE PHASE mortar crew, a mounted 120 mm mortar, 69 rounds of 120 mm PROGRAM STATUS ammunition, two HMS radios, a SINCGARS radio, VIC-3, DVE, Materiel Solution Analysis Critical Design Review • 3QFY16: Duke v3, FBCB2/BFT and M95 Mortar Fire Control System. Technology Maturation & First prototype delivery 1QF Y17: • Risk Reduction 3QFY17: The Mission Command variant is the cornerstone of the Production Prove Out and Live Fire Testing • Engineering & Manufacturing Limited User Test, Fort Hood, Texas • Army’s ABCT Network Modernization Strategy. It takes 3Q-4QFY18: Development • advantage of increased size, weight, power and cooling 4QFY18: limitations and provides a significant increase in command, Army Requirements Oversight Council for Capabilities º Production & Deployment control, communications and computer capability. The variant Production Document Operations & Support accommodates a driver and commander and two workstation Production Readiness Review º operators, and its red side network provides full Tactical PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Command Post capabilities at brigade and battalion levels. Milestone C Decision 1QFY19: • First Unit Equipped • The Medical Evacuation variant includes room for three crew, 4QFY21: six ambulatory patients or four litter patients or three ambulatory and two litter patients, two integrated HMS radios, VIC-3, DVE, Duke v3, FBCB2/BFT and the storage for Medical Equipment Sets. UNITED STATES ARMY 40

43 AMPV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS BAE Systems (York, PA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 41

44 Army Integrated Air and Missile ACAT I Defense (IAMD) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATIONS PRIORITY Engagement Operations Center components provide a Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) integrates • current and future Air and Missile Defense (AMD) sensors common Integrated Fire Control capability and include the Long-Range Precision Fires Integrated Collaborative Environment and a trailer and weapons into a common integrated fire control capability Next Generation An Integrated Fire Control Relay for fire control connectivity • with a distributed “plug-and-fight” network architecture. The Combat Vehicles and distributed operations includes a Fire Control IAMD Battle Command System (IBCS) is the fire control and Network Radio operational center capability that provides greater defense Future Vertical Lift effectiveness than what can be provided in the current single • Plug-and-fight kits network enable multiple sensor and Army Network weapon to communicate with the IBCS Engagement sensor fire unit construct. IBCS develops composite tracks Air and Missile Defense from sensor measurement data provided by each sensor in Operations Center the task force and develops weapon firing solutions based • Common software fuses data, creates a Single Integrated Soldier Lethality Air Picture and will select the most appropriate weapon off of the composite track data. This method provides a more needed to effectively and efficiently defeat AMD threats accurate target track, and more weapon battlespace than current systems can provide. The IBCS provides a common PROGRAM STATUS engagement operations center and data sharing capability for ACQUISITION all echelons of Army AMD. Soldier Checkout Event (SCOE) 3.1 • 4QF Y17: LIFE CYCLE PHASE • 2QFY18: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER SCOE 3.1 back-brief to Army Acquisition º Materiel Solution Analysis The IAMD architecture provides the framework to distribute Executive and Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army Technology Maturation & SCOE 4.0/ Development Test (DT) 4.0.2 fire control quality data, commands and messaging among º Risk Reduction components in time to provide a coordinated and integrated SCOE 4.0/DT4.0.2 Final Report/Senior 4QFY18: • Engineering & Manufacturing Leader Briefing response to synchronized complex threat raids. The data Development construct is a self-healing system capable of automatic fail- PROJECTED ACTIVITIES over and rapid reconfiguration of components providing a more Production & Deployment 3QFY19: resilient defense with fewer single point failures. IBCS provides • 4.5 DT Operations & Support 4.5 Limited User Testing dynamic defense design capability to maintain optimal defense • 2QFY20: in accordance with supported force scheme of operations and • 4QFY20: Milestone C 1QFY22: • maneuver. The architecture enables extended range and non- Independent Operational Test and Evaluation line-of-sight engagements across the full spectrum of AMD • Initial Operating Capability 3QFY22: threats. It mitigates coverage gaps and single points of failure, and it reduces manpower, operation and support costs while providing enhanced training capability. UNITED STATES ARMY 42

45 IAMD FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Poland CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Huntsville, AL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 43

46 Assembled Chemical Weapons ACAT I Alternatives (ACWA) PEO Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATIONS PRIORITY PCAPP: Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives (ACWA) enhances • national security by destroying chemical weapons stockpiles Will destroy Mustard Agent in 4.2-in mortars, and 105 mm Long-Range Precision Fires and 155 mm projectiles in a safe and environmentally sound manner at the U.S. Army Next Generation Operational Concept: Neutralization followed by Pueblo Chemical Depot (PCD) in Pueblo, Colorado, and Blue • Combat Vehicles biotreatment Grass Army Depot (BGAD) in Richmond, Kentucky. Future Vertical Lift PROGRAM STATUS Established by Congressional legislation in 1996, Program Army Network Executive Officer, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives BGCAPP Main Plant construction substantially • 4QFY15: Air and Missile Defense (PEO ACWA) reports directly to the Under Secretary of Defense complete PCAPP Explosive Destruction System successfully for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics through the Assistant 2QFY16: • Soldier Lethality Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological completes first campaign PCAPP Main Plant destruction operations began 4QFY16: Defense Programs. PEO ACWA is responsible for pilot testing • selected alternative technologies and accelerating destruction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES of the chemical weapons stockpiles located at PCD and BGAD. ACQUISITION FY19-FY23: • LIFE CYCLE PHASE PEO ACWA is specifically responsible for managing the º BGCAPP Static Detonation Chamber operations begin BGCAPP Main Plant operations º construction, systemization, operation and closure, and any Materiel Solution Analysis º Per Congressional mandate both sites are to complete contracting related to the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Technology Maturation & Pilot Plant (PCAPP) and the Blue Grass Chemical Agent- destruction no later than 31 December 2023 Risk Reduction Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP). Bechtel Pueblo was selected Engineering & Manufacturing as the systems contractor to design, construct, systemize, pilot Development test, operate and close the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant. Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass was selected as the Production & Deployment systems contractor to design, construct, systemize, pilot test, Operations & Support operate and close the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant. Construction of the PCAPP facility is 100 percent completed, and the BGCAPP facility is 98 percent completed. Systemization is in progress at both facilities. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACWA eliminates stockpile storage costs ($50-60 million per year) and will allow reallocation of the funding to support high- priority programs that will protect the warfighter. UNITED STATES ARMY 44

47 ACWA FOREIGN MILITARY SALES N/A CONTRACTORS Bechtel (Reston, VA) Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass (Richmond, KY) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 45

48 Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — ACAT I UH/HH-60 PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION networked platform with greater range and lift to support DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Black Hawk UH/HH-60 is the Army’s utility tactical maneuver commanders through air assault, command and transport helicopter. It provides air assault, general support, control, general support and aeromedical evacuation. Long-Range Precision Fires aeromedical evacuation, command and control, and special Next Generation SPECIFICATIONS operations support to combat, stability and support operations. Combat Vehicles • Max Gross Weight (pounds): 20,250 (A); 22,000 (L/V); 22,000 This versatile Black Hawk helicopter has enhanced the Army’s (M) overall mobility due to dramatic improvement in troop and Future Vertical Lift cargo lift capacity. It will serve as the Army’s utility helicopter Cruise Speed (knots): 149 (A); 150 (L/V); 152 (M) • Army Network Rate Climb (feet/minute): 814 (A); 1,315 (L/V); 1,646 (M) in the Future Force. There are multiple versions of the UH-60 • Air and Missile Defense • Black Hawk, including the UH-60M and the UH-60V. Engines (Two each): GE-700 (A); GE-701C (L/V); GE-701D (M) External Load (pounds): 8,000 (A); 8,000 (L/V); 9,000 (M) • Soldier Lethality • The UH-60M includes the improved GE-701D engine and Internal Load (pounds): 2,640 (A); 2,640 (L/V); 3,190 (M) • Crew: Two pilots, two crew chiefs provides greater cruising speed, rate of climb and internal • load than the UH-60A and UH-60L versions. The Medical Armament: Two 7.62 mm machine guns Evacuation (MEDEVAC) version of the UH-60M, the HH-60M, ACQUISITION PROGRAM STATUS includes an integrated MEDEVAC Mission Equipment Package LIFE CYCLE PHASE UH-60V: kit, providing day, night and adverse weather emergency evacuation of casualties. • 3QFY17: First Flight Materiel Solution Analysis Limited User Test • 4QFY18: Technology Maturation & UH/HH-60M: The UH-60V is designed to update the existing UH-60L analog Risk Reduction Fielded 960 UH-60M to Active Army, • architecture to a digital infrastructure, enabling the upgraded Through FY18: Engineering & Manufacturing aircraft to have a similar Pilot-Vehicle Interface and commonality Reserve and the National Guard Development of training as the UH-60M. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER UH/HH-60M: Operations & Support Multiyear X Contract Award • FY19-FY23: On the asymmetric battlefield, the Black Hawk enables commanders to get to the fight quicker and to mass effects UH-60V: Milestone C 1QFY19: • throughout the battlespace across the full spectrum of conflict. • 4QFY19: Initial Operational Test & Evaluation A single Black Hawk can transport an entire 11-person, fully • Full Rate Production Decision 2QFY20: equipped infantry squad faster than a predecessor system in most weather conditions. The aircraft’s critical components • First Unit Equipped 3QFY21: and systems are armored or redundant, and its airframe is designed to crush progressively on impact to protect crew and passengers. The UH-60M and the UH-60V are a digital UNITED STATES ARMY 46

49 Black Hawk FOREIGN MILITARY SALES UH-60L: Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Thailand UH-60M: Bahrain, Jordan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia and United Arab Emirates CONTRACTORS UH/HH-60M: Sikorsky (Stratford, CT) 701-Series Engine: General Electric (Lynn, MA) UH-60V: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center Prototype Integration Facility, Redstone Defense Systems (Huntsville, AL) 2018 47 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

50 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems ACAT I (BFVS) — M2/M3 PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems (BFVS) M2A3 Infantry • Speed: 31 mph Fighting Vehicle (IFV) features two second-generation, • Range: 204 miles Long-Range Precision Fires forward-looking infrared sensors, one in the Improved Bradley Payload: 6,000 pounds • Next Generation • Vehicle weapons: 25 mm, Tube-Launched, Optically Acquisition Subsystem and another in the Commander’s Combat Vehicles Independent Viewer. These provide “hunter-killer target hand Tracked, Wireless-Guided Missiles II, 7.62 mm M2A3 mean miles between failure required/actual: 400/608 off” capability with ballistic fire control. The Bradley A3 also has • Future Vertical Lift miles embedded diagnostics and an Integrated Combat Command Army Network and Control (IC3) digital communications suite hosting a Deployable Aircraft: C-17, C-5 • Air and Missile Defense Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below package with PROGRAM STATUS digital maps, messages and friend-or-foe information. These Soldier Lethality systems provide the vehicle with increased shared battlefield • FY16-FY18: º Track and Suspension Engineering Change Proposal situational awareness. The Bradley’s position navigation with Global Positioning Systems, inertial navigation and enhanced (ECP) upgrade in Production º squad situational awareness includes a squad leader display A4 ECP (Mobility) Upgrade Testing ACQUISITION • 4QFY16: integrated into vehicle digital images and IC3. Bradley M2 as baselined configuration for both LIFE CYCLE PHASE IFV/CFV roles The Bradley Fire Support Team (BFIST) vehicle is the “Eyes • 4QF Y17: A4 ECP (Mobility) Production Decision received Materiel Solution Analysis • 2QFY18: of the Artillery.” Using state-of-the-art long-range sensors, Technology Maturation & BFIST can acquire, identify, track and designate targets while º Completion of M3 to M2 conversion Risk Reduction Fielding 15th ABCT begins º mounted and under armor, enhancing crew survivability. BFIST Engineering & Manufacturing º is assigned to the Armored Reconnaissance Battalion and Underbelly Interim Solution Development begins Development Combined Arms Battalions of the Armored Brigade Combat PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Te a m. Production & Deployment • 1QFY19: A4 ECP (Mobility) upgrade Production and Fielding Operations & Support The M3A3 Cavalry Fighting Vehicle (CFV) is undergoing a begins Fielding of 16th ABCT begins 3QFY19: • conversion to the M2A3 IFV variant. This will reduce the Fielding of Active Protection Systems Brigade Set 4QFY20: • sustainment footprint for the fleet and enhance Soldier Through FY22: • Track and Suspension ECP upgrade proficiency and operational utility in the field. continues BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The Bradley Fighting Vehicle ensures warfighters can continue to maintain combat overmatch battlefield capabilities to include reconnaissance, fire and maneuver, and “hunter-killer” engagement opportunities. UNITED STATES ARMY 48

51 Bradley FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Lebanon and Saudi Arabia CONTRACTORS BAE Systems (York, PA; Santa Clara, CA; Sterling Heights, MI) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 49

52 Chinook — CH-47F PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION Maximum gross weight: 50,000 pounds (Block I); 54,000 • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The CH-47F Chinook is the Army’s only heavy-lift cargo (Block II) • helicopter supporting combat and other critical operations. The Total lift capability at hover in 4,000-foot pressure altitude Long-Range Precision Fires CH-47F has a suite of improved features such as an upgraded and 95 degrees Fahrenheit: 46,280 (Block I); 47,928 (Block II) Next Generation digital cockpit featuring the Common Avionics Architecture Maximum cruise speed: 160 knots (Block I & Block II) • Combat Vehicles System, a new monolithic airframe with vibration reduction, and • Capacity: 36 (Block I & Block II) • the Digital Automatic Flight Control System, which provides Litter capacity: 24 (Block I & Block II) Future Vertical Lift Sling-load capacity: 26,000 pounds center hook; • coupled controllability for operations in adverse environments Army Network 17,000 pounds forward/aft hook; 25,000 pounds (i.e. reduced visibility, brown out and high winds). The CH-47F’s Air and Missile Defense common cockpit enables multiservice digital compatibility and tandem (Block I & Block II) interoperability for improved situational awareness, mission Minimum crew: 3 (pilot, copilot and flight engineer) • Soldier Lethality (Block I & Block II) performance and survivability, as well as future growth potential. The CH-47F Block II provides an increased payload and PROGRAM STATUS operational reach beyond the existing CH-47F capability. The 1QF Y17: Improved Vibration Control System delivered on Block II will also enable the Army to better support the rapid • ACQUISITION response capability necessary for forcible and early entry production aircraft LIFE CYCLE PHASE 3QFY17: • contingency missions as well as tactical and operational Milestone B and entry into Engineering and nonlinear, noncontiguous, simulations or sequential operations. Manufacturing Development (EMD) Phase, CH-47F Block II Materiel Solution Analysis • 4QF Y17: Technology Maturation & BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Delivery of 400th Chinook º Risk Reduction EMD Contract Award º The CH-47F tactically transports forces and associated Engineering & Manufacturing First CH-47F Block II prototype aircraft begins 3QFY18: • equipment and provides routine aerial sustainment of maneuver Development forces. Secondary missions the Chinook executes to support Production Soldiers and commanders include: medical evacuation, search Final Block I Production Contract Award 4QFY18: • Production & Deployment and rescue, parachute drops, disaster relief and aircraft Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES recovery. The CH-47F Block II program provides additional 2QFY20: Begin Fielding of Common Avionics Architecture capability to the field with greater reach, increased payload • System (9.4) and Digital Automatic Flight Control System capacity and an increase in maximum gross weight to 54,000 pounds. (3.3) updates • 1QFY21: Limited User Test, CH-47F Block II SPECIFICATIONS • 4QFY21: Milestone C, CH-47F Block II • º Empty aircraft weight: 24,578 pounds (Block I); 26,800 pounds (Block II) (estimated) º Low Rate Initial Production, CH-47F Block II UNITED STATES ARMY 50

53 Chinook FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Australia, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates CONTRACTORS Aircraft and Advanced Chinook Rotor Blades: Boeing (Philadelphia, PA) Engine: Honeywell (Phoenix, AZ) Software: Rockwell Collins (Cedar Rapids, IA) Engine Controls: Goodrich (Danbury, CT) 2018 51 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

54 Common Missile Warning System (CMWS), Advanced Threat Detection System (ATDS), Laser Detection System (LDS), Modernized Radar Warning Receiver (MRWR), Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Countermeasure (CIRCM) programs ACAT I/IV PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION the threat sooner and at greater distances, buying more time DESCRIPTION PRIORITY for the warfighter to successfully engage with an effective The Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) and Advanced countermeasure solution. The combination of CIRCM and Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) system integrates Long-Range Precision Fires flares helps provide a tiered defense for DOD aircraft. defensive infrared (IR) countermeasures capabilities into Next Generation existing, current-generation aircraft to engage and defeat IR- Combat Vehicles SPECIFICATIONS guided missile threats. Threat detection systems: Future Vertical Lift The Army operational requirements concept for IR CMWS (ACAT I) detects threats in the ultraviolet spectrum, • Army Network countermeasures systems is the Suite of Integrated Infrared warns pilots and deploys flares to counter threat Air and Missile Defense Laser Detection System (ACAT IV) detects laser-guided • Countermeasures (SIIRCM). The CMWS and ATIRCM programs threats and warns pilots form the core element of SIIRCM. CMWS can function as Soldier Lethality Radar Warning Receiver (ACAT III) detects Radio Frequency a stand-alone system with the capability to detect missiles • (RF) – emitting and RF-guided threats, and warns pilots and provide audible and visual warnings to pilots. When installed with the Advanced IRCM Munitions and improved Threat defeat systems: countermeasure dispensers, it activates expendables to decoy CIRCM (ACAT I) system, the next generation lightweight • ACQUISITION and defeat IR-guided missiles. laser-based system, defeats IR-guided MANPAD threats LIFE CYCLE PHASE ATIRCM (ACAT I), the legacy laser-based IR countermeasure • ATIRCM protects crews and aircraft from advanced threat system, is fielded only to the CH-47F fleet due to its size, Materiel Solution Analysis weight and power requirements Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) until Common Technology Maturation & Infrared Countermeasure (CIRCM) is fielded. Risk Reduction PROGRAM STATUS Engineering & Manufacturing 1QFY18: The CIRCM program of record is completing the Engineering • Development CIRCM delegated ACAT I º and Manufacturing Development Phase and is being developed Modernized Radar Warning Receiver Capability º to replace ATIRCM. CIRCM will be lighter weight, more reliable Production & Deployment Production Document approved and have more affordable life cycle costs. It is also designed Operations & Support • to operate with CMWS and future missile warning systems to CIRCM Capability Production Document – Army 3QFY18: Requirement Oversight Council approved provide protection for rotary-wing, tiltrotor and small fixed-wing 4QFY18: CIRCM Milestone C and Low Rate Initial aircraft across the Department of Defense (DOD). • Production 1 Decision BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES MANPADS are proliferated worldwide and pose a strategic 1QFY19: Advanced Threat Detection System Materiel threat to all DOD rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft. Threat • Development Decision detection sensors are the first step in the detection-and- defeat engagement sequence. Improving sensor capability • 4QFY20: CIRCM Full Rate Production Decision and exploiting new sensor technology translates into seeing UNITED STATES ARMY 52

55 CMWS, ATDS, LDS, MRWR, ATIRCM, CIRCM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES CMWS: Egypt, Jordan, Korea, Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and United Kingdom LDS: Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Korea, Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Taiwan, Tunisia and United Arab Emirates CONTRACTORS ATIRCM and CMWS: BAE Systems (Nashua, NH) CIRCM and MRWR: Northrop Grumman (Rolling Meadows, IL) LDS: United Technologies Aerospace Systems (Danbury, CT) Logistics Support: LogiCore (Huntsville, AL) Programmatic Support: Quantitech, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) SAIC (Huntsville, AL) System Engineering Support: Software Configuration Management Support: SAIC (Huntsville, AL) Test Support Data Analysis: SAIC (Huntsville, AL) Engineering/Tech Production Support: SAIC (Huntsville, AL) Data Analysis and System Integration Laboratory Georgia Tech Applied Research Development: Corporation (Atlanta, GA) 2018 53 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

56 Common Remotely Operated Weapon ACAT I Station (CROWS) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY 1QFY16: • The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station CROWS Increment 2 Capability Development (CROWS) is a stabilized mount that contains a sensor suite and Document approved Long-Range Precision Fires fire control software, allowing on-the-move target acquisition Low Profile CROWS Production Decision 3QFY16: • Next Generation Transition to Organic Depot support • 4QF Y17: and first-burst target engagement. CROWS also features Combat Vehicles CROWS-Javelin fielding to support 2nd Calvary programmable target reference points for multiple locations, • 4QFY18: programmable sector surveillance scanning, automatic target Regiment Stryker enhanced lethality Operational Needs Future Vertical Lift ballistic lead, automatic target tracking, and programmable no- Statement Army Network fire zones. Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES 3QFY19: • Future enhancements include integration of other weapons, Stryker Technology Refresh/Enhancement Soldier Lethality escalation-of-force systems, sniper detection, integrated CROWS Developmental Test CROWS Technology Refresh/Enhancement • 2QFY20: 360-degree situational awareness, increased weapon elevation and commander’s display. Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) approval 4QFY20: • Stryker ECP CROWS M153A4 Fielding ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LIFE CYCLE PHASE CROWS allows the warfighter to remotely engage targets with precision fire while on the move or stationary to the maximum Materiel Solution Analysis effective range of the weapon. Capable of target engagement Technology Maturation & under day and night conditions, the CROWS sensor suite Risk Reduction includes a daytime video camera, thermal camera and laser Engineering & Manufacturing rangefinder. CROWS is designed to mount on any tactical Development vehicle and supports the MK19 Grenade Machine Gun, M2 .50 Caliber Machine Gun, M240B Machine Gun and M249 Squad Production & Deployment Automatic Weapon. Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS • Interoperable with the MK19, M2, M240B, M249 and Javelin systems • Camera; 27x zoom, 47-degree field of view (FOV) (day) • Thermal; 2x zoom, 3 degrees and 11 degrees dual FOV (night) UNITED STATES ARMY 54

57 CROWS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES M153: United Arab Emirates M153A2E1 (Low Profile): Kuwait CONTRACTORS Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace (Johnstown, PA) 55 2018 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

58 Counterfire Target Acquisition Radar — ACAT I AN/TPQ-53 PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • Entrance into Full Rate Production (FRP) The AN/TPQ-53 provides the next generation answer to the 1QFY16: aging legacy Firefinder Radars (AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37) 3QFY16: • Long-Range Precision Fires Conditional Materiel Release approved by providing improved acquisition and identification of mortar, º Next Generation artillery and rocket munitions in the 90 degree mode and º First Unit Equipped Combat Vehicles 2QF Y17: • introducing the capability to operate in the 360 degree mode at FRP Contract Award; $1.6 billion ACAT IC designation greater ranges than the AN/TPQ-50 system. 2QFY18: • Future Vertical Lift Army Network BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Air and Missile Defense 1QFY20: • Compared to current AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder Organic Depot capability established; Tobyhanna Radar systems, AN/TPQ-53 offers enhanced performance, Army Depot, Pennsylvania Soldier Lethality 4QFY21: including greater mobility, increased reliability and Production ends • Transition to Sustainment; U.S. Army 1QFY22: • supportability, lower life cycle cost, reduced crew size and the Communications-Electronics Command, Maryland ability to track targets in a full-spectrum environment — a vital capability on today’s battlefield. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS • 90 degree mode of operation: Mortar: .5-20 km; Artillery: Materiel Solution Analysis 3-34 km; Rocket: 5-60 km Technology Maturation & 360 degree mode of operation: Mortar: 3-15 km; Artillery: • Risk Reduction 5-20 km; Rocket 5-20 km Engineering & Manufacturing • Probability of location greater than or equal to 85 percent in Development clutter-free and clutter environments • Crew size: Five Soldiers; Military occupational specialty: 13R Production & Deployment • Emplacement: 10 minutes; Displacement: 5 minutes Operations & Support • Air, rail or ship transportable • Max speed: ~100 kph Max cruising range: ~ 480 km • • Rapidly deployable to, and integrated into, the tactical battlefield with heavy, medium and light forces Mobile, maneuverable, fully supportable and easily • maintained UNITED STATES ARMY 56

59 AN/TPQ-53 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Singapore CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems (Syracuse, NY) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 57

60 Distributed Common Ground System- ACAT I Army (DCGS-A) PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION operation, DCGS-A can discover and use all relevant threat, DESCRIPTION PRIORITY noncombatant, weather, geospatial and space data, and Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) evaluate technical data and information. is a system-of-systems that supports the intelligence Long-Range Precision Fires warfighting function to assist the commander’s visualization Next Generation and understanding of the threat and other relevant aspects Future technology upgrades of DCGS-A will be accomplished Combat Vehicles through a series of Capability Drops (CD), in which requirements of the operational environment. DCGS-A assists in the application of the intelligence core competencies (intelligence are broken into smaller bundles, allowing for faster, more agile Future Vertical Lift synchronization, intelligence operations and intelligence acquisition and fielding by leveraging existing commercial Army Network analysis) through the ability to apply the intelligence process and capabilities. CD 1 addresses requirements at the battalion Air and Missile Defense echelon, and CD 2 will address the Strategic Data Platform. to leverage the intelligence enterprise. DCGS-A is the Army’s cornerstone intelligence system for sensor tasking, Processing, Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) at all echelons, and DCGS-A connects Soldiers to the Intelligence Community, provides unprecedented, timely, relevant and accurate data to Soldiers from Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router up to other Services, multiple joint intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms and sensors and Army Mission the Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information level. It ACQUISITION Command systems. It gives commanders the ability to view ISR gives commanders the ability to task battlespace sensors and LIFE CYCLE PHASE receive intelligence information from multiple sources on the information in one place. It also integrates that information into battlefield. tools that can support intelligence development. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & PROGRAM STATUS DCGS-A consists of both software and hardware. Hardware Risk Reduction • includes user laptops and desktops, fixed, portable and DCGS-A Increment 1, Release 2 Fielding decision 1QFY16: Engineering & Manufacturing 2QFY16: • vehicle-mounted servers, and ground stations to receive, share Increment 1, Release 2 First Unit Equipped (FUE) Development 1QFY18: and store collected intelligence. Software tools allow users to • Increment 1, Release 2, Service Pack 1 (SP1) FUE select and pull from DCGS-A’s 700-plus data sources, perform Production & Deployment PROJECTED ACTIVITIES analysis and share intelligence products generated from that Operations & Support analysis. • 1QFY19: SP1 transitions to Software Engineering Center • 4QFY19: Full Deployment DCGS-A CD 1 – Battalion Solution, The Army produces and fields DCGS-A capability on various • 1QFY19: hardware platforms using consolidated software releases. Operational Assessment DCGS-A’s modular, open systems architecture allows rapid • 2QFY19: DCGS-A CD 2 – Strategic Data Platform, Contract Award adaptation to changing mission circumstances. As an analyst toolset, the system enables the user to collaborate, synchronize and integrate organic and nonorganic collection elements with operations. As the intelligence component supporting the UNITED STATES ARMY 58

61 SPECIFICATIONS DCGS-A • Intelligence Fusion Server (IFS): Primary interface between echelon DCGS-A subsystems, external IFS and the other Army Mission Command systems Portable Multifunctional Workstation: Used to plan, manage and synchronize ISR assets, • FOREIGN MILITARY SALES maintain situational awareness, populate the enemy portion of the common operational None picture, generate threat reports, develop and nominate targets, develop trends and produce tailored geospatial and weather products CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Denver, CO) • Fixed Multifunctional Workstation: Provides reach-back capabilities to the warfighter and General Dynamics (Scottsdale, AZ) is a multi-intelligence platform that provides fully integrated and timely intelligence to the ViaTech Systems, Inc. (Eatontown, NJ) battlefield Palantir (Palo Alto, CA) Cross Domain Server Set: Allows the transfer of data, combat information and intelligence at • MITRE (Eatontown, NJ) appropriate security levels between analysts Booz Allen Hamilton (Eatontown, NJ) • Tactical Intelligence Ground Station (TGS): Tactical geo-intelligence PED and targeting node. Raytheon (Garland, TX; Arlington, VA) TGS retains Common Ground Station capability and functionality; upgrades the hardware; BAE Systems (Arlington, VA) adds more moving target identification (MTI), full motion video and imagery exploitation NetApp (Sunnyvale, CA) capability; and provides totally integrated stand-alone imagery, MTI and video sensor VMware (Palo Alto, CA) Esri (Redlands, CA) processing Tucson Embedded Systems (Tucson, AZ) • Geospatial Intelligence Work Station: Provides geospatial and imagery analysts within L3 Communication Systems (Tempe, AZ) tactical and operational Army units the ability to process, view, exploit, transmit and store Dell (Austin, TX) geospatial and imagery information via Army area communications from brigade to echelons Potomac Fusion (Austin, TX) above corps Redhat (Raleigh, NC) • Operational Intelligence Ground Station: Consolidates the capabilities of the AN/TYQ-224A, IBM (Armonk, NY) GUARDRAIL Ground Baseline and the Tactical Exploitation System Forward HP (Palo Alto, CA) Intelligence Processing Center: V1 provides a suite of core PED applications for intelligence • Leidos (Reston, VA) analysis and storage. V2 is the basic combat training and division commander’s primary ISR ManTech (Fairfax, VA) Oracle (Redwood Shores, CA) networking; analysis, production system for tasking of sensors PED support Microsoft (Redmond, WA) 2018 59 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

62 Excalibur Precision 155 mm Projectiles PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT I MODERNIZATION achieved and relatively limited damage radius allows for target DESCRIPTION PRIORITY engagement within close proximity. The Excalibur (XM982, M982 and M982A1) is a 155 mm, Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided, extended range artillery Long-Range Precision Fires SPECIFICATIONS projectile in use as the Army’s next-generation cannon artillery Next Generation • precision munition. It provides improved fire support to the Maximum range from U.S. 39 caliber howitzers with Zone 5 Combat Vehicles Modular Artillery Charge System (MACS): 39.3 km maneuver force commander, increases lethality and reduces • collateral damage. The target, platform location and GPS- Minimum range from U.S. 39 caliber howitzers with Zone 3 Future Vertical Lift specific data are entered into the projectile’s mission computer MACS: 8.7 km Army Network • through an Enhanced Portable Inductive Artillery Fuze Setter. Precision achieved: less than 2 meters miss distance Air and Missile Defense • The Excalibur projectile uses a jam-resistant internal GPS Fuze modes: point-detonation, point-detonation-delay and receiver to update the inertial navigation system, providing height-of-burst Soldier Lethality precision in-flight guidance and dramatically improving PROGRAM STATUS accuracy to less than two meters miss distance regardless of • range. The Excalibur projectile has three fuze options (point- FY16-FY18: M982A1 Increment 1B reached Full Rate Production º detonation, point-detonation delay and height-of-burst) and ACQUISITION (FRP); 5,312 projectiles awarded on contract is employable in all weather conditions and terrains. The LIFE CYCLE PHASE Hardware and software updates initiated to improve º Excalibur’s capabilities allow for first-round effects-on-target GPS-jamming resistance while simultaneously minimizing collateral damage and the Materiel Solution Analysis º number of rounds required to engage targets. Software update initiated to allow user-defined Technology Maturation & projectile trajectories for target engagement Risk Reduction The Excalibur program is using an incremental approach to PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Engineering & Manufacturing provide a combat capability to the Soldier as quickly as possible Development FY19-FY23: • and to deliver advanced capability while reducing unit cost M982A1 (Increment 1B) FRP continues; FY19 President’s º and increasing reliability. The initial variant (XM982 Increment Production & Deployment 1A-1) includes a unitary high-explosive warhead capable of Budget procures 4,633 projectiles Operations & Support Maintaining a sufficient inventory is an integral part of º penetrating urban structures and is also effective against ensuring a highly lethal Army force personnel and light materiel targets. The Excalibur program º Excalibur projectiles provide Artillery units with the benefits from contributed resources toward development in accordance with established international cooperative capability needed to continuously dominate the battlefield development and production agreements. at extended ranges An enhanced projectile is a candidate for demonstrating º BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Excalibur’s potential capability to meet Army requirements, addressing poorly located and moving hard The Excalibur projectile enables the Soldier to service a precisely located target with first-round effects, denying the enemy the targets in GPS-degraded and -denied environments ability to take protective measures or flee the area. Excalibur’s UNITED STATES ARMY 60

63 Excalibur FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Four countries – names for official use only and not for public disclosure CONTRACTORS Raytheon Missile Systems (Tucson, AZ, with work also performed in Farmington, NM, and United Kingdom) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 61

64 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles ACAT I (FMTV) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION performance. The FMTV A2 modernization effort re-balances DESCRIPTION PRIORITY the payload, performance and protection triangle for today The Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) is a system of strategically deployable vehicles that performs general while providing additional capacity for integration of new Long-Range Precision Fires technologies tomorrow. resupply, ammunition resupply, maintenance and recovery, Next Generation and engineer support missions. It serves as weapon systems Combat Vehicles BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER platforms for combat, combat support and combat service support units in a tactical environment. FMTV enhances crew survivability and tactical mobility while Future Vertical Lift being strategically deployable in C-5, C-17 and C-130 aircraft. Army Network It reduces the Army’s logistical footprint and provides a high- The Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV) has a 2.5-ton Air and Missile Defense capacity (cargo, van and chassis models) and a companion operational readiness rate for the warfighter. trailer. The Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV) has a 5-ton capacity Soldier Lethality SPECIFICATIONS (cargo; long wheelbase cargo with and without materiel handling equipment; tractor; van; wrecker; 8.8-ton Load LMTV A1 Cargo MTV A1 Cargo Handling System (LHS); 8.8-ton LHS trailer and 10-ton dump truck models). Three truck variants and two companion trailers, ACQUISITION with the same payload capacity as their prime movers, provide 5,000 Payload (Pounds) 10,000 LIFE CYCLE PHASE airdrop capability. MTV also serves as the platform for the High 12,000 Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) and resupply vehicle 21,000 Towe d Load Materiel Solution Analysis (Pounds) for PATRIOT and HIMARS. FMTV operates worldwide in all Technology Maturation & weather and terrain conditions. Risk Reduction Caterpillar, Engine Caterpillar, Engineering & Manufacturing 6-cylinder diesel, 6-cylinder diesel, FMTV incorporates a vehicle data bus and Class V interactive Development 275 horsepower 330 horsepower electronic technical manual, significantly lowering operating and support costs. Units are equipped with FMTV at more Production & Deployment Automatic Allison than 68 locations worldwide. The Army continues to purchase Transmission Automatic Allison Operations & Support the current FMTV A1P2 configuration, in particular to support Transmission Transmission European Deterrence Initiative requirements, with production 4x4 Drive and deployment continuing into 2021. In February 2018, the 4x4 Army pursued a competitive award for Engineering Change PROGRAM STATUS Proposals to the Army-owned technical data package for Production and Deployment • new production of the FMTV A2. Recent efforts to integrate FY95-FY17: critical (but heavy) protection solutions and satisfy the growing PROJECTED ACTIVITIES power demands of modern military command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and • FY18-FY21: FMTV A1P2 Production and Deployment FMTV A2 Production and Deployment FY22: • reconnaissance systems contributed to a loss of overall vehicle UNITED STATES ARMY 62

65 FMTV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan, Canada, Djibouti, Greece, Iraq, Jordan, Macedonia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand and United Arab Emirates CONTRACTORS Prime: Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) Axles: Meritor (Troy, MI) Transmission: Allison Transmission (Indianapolis, IN) Engine: Caterpillar, Inc. (Greenville, SC) 2018 63 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

66 Future Vertical Lift (FVL) Family of ACAT I Systems PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Future Vertical Lift (FVL) is a family of vertical lift solutions that will deliver next generation capabilities at the tactical, Long-Range Precision Fires operational and strategic levels. They will enable joint force Next Generation mission effectiveness in the transregional multidomain Combat Vehicles and multifunctional threat environment. The FVL Family of Systems seeks to improve vertical lift dominance by improving Future Vertical Lift performance and optimizing affordability, life cycle management, Army Network interoperability and supportability. The U.S. Army is the lead Air and Missile Defense service for the development of Future Long Range Advanced Aircraft, a medium size Assault/Utility aircraft, and the first of Soldier Lethality five Capability Sets that will provide improved speed, range, agility, endurance and sustainability over current rotorcraft. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACQUISITION FVL will provide capabilities that will enable the Soldier to LIFE CYCLE PHASE dominate the battlefield in 2030 and beyond. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Under Development • Risk Reduction Engineering & Manufacturing PROGRAM STATUS Development Pre-decisional FY16-FY18: • Production & Deployment PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Operations & Support Pre-decisional FY19-FY23: • UNITED STATES ARMY 64

67 FVL FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Pre-decisional, pre-contract award WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 65

68 General Fund Enterprise Business BSC I Systems (GFEBS) PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION • Provide additional capability and improve automated DESCRIPTION PRIORITY integration of financial data, enhance business process General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS), the Army’s new web-enabled financial, asset and accounting efficiencies, increase interoperability and maintain Long-Range Precision Fires management system, was the first Enterprise Resource auditability through these emerging requirements Next Generation Planning (ERP) structure to fully deploy within the Department Combat Vehicles PROGRAM STATUS of the Army. The system standardizes, streamlines and shares critical data across the Active Army, the Army National Guard • 3QFY17: Completed Technology Refresh (included Future Vertical Lift application, network, infrastructure and database upgrades) and the Army Reserve. This Commercial Off-The-Shelf ERP Army Network Added the Defense Health Agency and Uniformed 2QFY18: • solution develops, acquires, integrates, deploys and sustains Air and Missile Defense Services University of Health Sciences as GFEBS users enterprisewide financial and procurement management 3QFY18: • Awarded follow-on Sustainment contract capabilities to support the Army’s current and future missions. Soldier Lethality (transition completed June 2018) Moving forward, GFEBS plans on negotiating roles and PROJECTED ACTIVITIES responsibilities with the Assistant Secretary of the Army for FY19-FY23: Financial Management and Comptroller by identifying subject • ACQUISITION matter experts on business-process-related issues; working Sustain current operations by maintaining system º LIFE CYCLE PHASE with users to address issues; analyzing business processes, availability and operational readiness, ensuring a security posture and Risk Management Framework processes system or training problems; and proposing changes to Tier Materiel Solution Analysis II Support. GFEBS will also review cost estimates to rightsize º Execute and complete data center hosting migration to Technology Maturation & the Defense Information Systems Agency sustainment and will support the maturation of the Functional Risk Reduction Continue GFEBS financial management modernization º Governance Board process. Engineering & Manufacturing efforts as a core component of the Army business Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER environment’s foundation and serve as an enabler of all GFEBS provides financial, asset and accounting management Army modernization efforts to deliver Production & Deployment across the Army. Fully functioning financial management capability that is − Operations & Support tantamount to the success of managing Army resources SPECIFICATIONS − Auditable business environment that builds confidence in the Army’s financial management capabilities • Improve the Army’s business processes, allow for full-cost − Financial analytics capability that is a key component of reporting of the Army’s outputs (products and services) and senior leader decision-making cycles provide an auditable trail − Accommodate emerging requirements for enhanced • Less complex systems environment financial integration, Army single-labor time tracking and environmental and integrated resource management UNITED STATES ARMY 66

69 GFEBS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS IBM (Bethesda, MD) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 67

70 Global Combat Support System-Army BSC I (GCSS-Army) PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) is one Increment 1, Wave 1 Fielding completed for 281 1QFY16: program with two components. The first component, GCSS- warehouse and supply support activities worldwide Long-Range Precision Fires • 1QF Y17: Transition Authority to Proceed for Increment 2 Army Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solution, is an Next Generation automated information system that serves as the primary tactical • Increment 1, Wave 2 Fielding completed for 1QFY18: Combat Vehicles logistics enabler supporting Army and joint transformation 2,900 Property Books, 12,500 Unit Supply Rooms and for sustainment. The program re-engineers current business 10,000 maintenance activities worldwide (Increment 1 fully Future Vertical Lift processes to achieve end-to-end logistics and integration with deployed) Army Network • applicable command and control (C2) and joint systems. Total number of users trained during Wave 1 FY16-FY18: Air and Missile Defense and Wave 2 is more than 140,000 Increment 1 transitioned into Sustainment; GCSS- The second component, Army Enterprise Systems Integration 2QFY18: • Soldier Lethality Program (AESIP), integrates Army business functions by Army Increment 2: Incremental Development Decision providing a single source for enterprise hub services, master PROJECTED ACTIVITIES data and business intelligence. GCSS-Army uses Commercial 1QFY19-2QFY20: • Transition Sustainment of GCSS-Army Off-The-Shelf ERP software products to support rapid force ACQUISITION projection in the battlefield functional areas of arming, fixing, baseline from the contractor lead system integrator to the LIFE CYCLE PHASE fueling, sustaining and tactical logistics financial processes. government FY19-FY22: • Incorporate Enterprise Aviation, enhanced Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Business Intelligence/Business Warehouse, and Army Technology Maturation & Prepositioned Stock capabilities into baseline (Increment 2) GCSS-Army will meet the Soldier’s need for responsive support Risk Reduction at the right place and time and improve the commander’s Engineering & Manufacturing situational awareness with accurate and responsive information. Development SPECIFICATIONS Production & Deployment • Replaces five logistics Standard Army Management Operations & Support Information Systems in tactical units and will establish an interface/integration with applicable C2 and joint systems • Serves as the primary enabler to satisfy the Army’s vision of a technologically advanced ERP that manages the flow of logistics, resources and information to meet the Army’s modernization requirements • AESIP integrates Army business functions by providing a single source for enterprise hub services, business intelligence and analytics, and centralized master data management across the business domain UNITED STATES ARMY 68

71 GCSS-Army FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Bon Air, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 69

72 Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft System ACAT I (UAS) — MQ-1C PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The MQ-1C Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) • Length: 28 feet addresses the need for a long-endurance, armed, unmanned • Wingspan: 56 feet Long-Range Precision Fires Gross takeoff weight: 3,600 pounds (ER: 4,200 pounds) aircraft system that offers greater range, altitude and payload • Next Generation Maximum speed: 150 knots • flexibility over earlier systems. Combat Vehicles • Ceiling: 25,000 feet • Range: 2,500 nautical miles via satellite communications The Gray Eagle UAS is powered by a heavy fuel engine for Future Vertical Lift higher performance, better fuel efficiency, common fuel on the • Endurance: 27-plus hours (ER: 40-plus hours) Army Network Payloads: Up to four HELLFIRE missiles • battlefield and a longer lifetime. Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS The system is fielded in platoon sets consisting of four unmanned Soldier Lethality FY16-FY18: • aircraft, two Universal Ground Control Stations, seven Ground Full Rate Production Data Terminals, one Mobile Ground Control Station, one PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Satellite Ground Data Terminal, an automated takeoff and • Complete Operational Testing and begin FY18-FY19: landing system, Light Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTVs) and ACQUISITION other ground-support equipment operated and maintained by Fielding of ER Gray Eagle variant LIFE CYCLE PHASE a company of 128 Soldiers within the Combat Aviation Brigade. U.S. Army Special Operations Forces and Intelligence and Materiel Solution Analysis Security Command have two Gray Eagle Extended Range (ER) Technology Maturation & systems which include 12 unmanned aircraft, six Universal Risk Reduction Ground Control Stations, nine Ground Data Terminals, three Engineering & Manufacturing Mobile Ground Control Stations, one Satellite Ground Data Development Terminal, an automated takeoff and landing system, LMTVs, and other ground-support equipment operated and maintained Production & Deployment by a company of 165 Soldiers. Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The MQ-1C provides the warfighter with dedicated, assured, multimission UAS capabilities across all 10 Army divisions to support commanders’ combat operations and Army Special Forces and Intelligence and Security Command. UNITED STATES ARMY 70

73 Gray Eagle — MQ-1C FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Atomics Aeronautical (San Diego, CA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 71

74 Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) Dual-Purpose Improved Conventional Munition (DPICM)/Unitary/Alternative ACAT I Warhead PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 4QFY16: GMLRS AW Initial Operational Capability Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) is a surface- • • First GMLRS AW combat mission to-surface system used to attack, neutralize, suppress and 2QF Y17: Long-Range Precision Fires destroy targets using indirect precision fires up to 70-plus Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES km. GMLRS munitions have greater accuracy than ballistic Combat Vehicles 4QFY21: Extended Range GMLRS modification Full Materiel • rockets with a higher probability of kill and a reduced logistics footprint. The current GMLRS family of munitions consists of Release Future Vertical Lift three fielded variants: Dual-Purpose Improved Conventional Army Network Munition (DPICM) and the Alternative Warhead (AW) variants Air and Missile Defense to service area targets; and the Unitary variant with a single 200-pound-class high-explosive charge to service point Soldier Lethality targets with low collateral damage. GMLRS is employed with the M270A1 Multiple Launch Rocket System and M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System launchers. ACQUISITION GMLRS rockets were utilized extensively in Operation Iraqi LIFE CYCLE PHASE Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom and continue to provide field artillery support in Overseas Contingency Operations. Materiel Solution Analysis Development efforts include modifying GMLRS to extend the Technology Maturation & maximum range and incorporating a side-mounted proximity Risk Reduction sensor to improve area effects. Engineering & Manufacturing Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER GMLRS provides the warfighter the ability to engage both point Production & Deployment and area targets with precision fires. Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS Length: 3,937 mm • Diameter: 227 mm • • Reliability: 92 percent (threshold) and 95 percent (objective) Range: 15 to 70-plus km • Each launch pod/container holds six rockets • UNITED STATES ARMY 72

75 GMLRS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES FMS procurement activities underway CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Grand Prairie, TX; Camden, AR) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 73

76 Handheld, Manpack and Small Form ACAT I Fit (HMS) PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Manpack Full Rate Production (FRP) vendor FY16: Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit (HMS) develops and • produces affordable networking tactical radio systems that source selection Long-Range Precision Fires F Y17: • meet the requirements of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Leader Radio and Manpack Radio Contract Award Next Generation Force and Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and are for testing Combat Vehicles interoperable with specified radios in the current forces. HMS Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) for Manpack Radio • FY18: Anticipated LRIP for Leader Radio is a family of networking tactical radio systems, including the 4QFY18: • Future Vertical Lift 1-channel Rifleman Radio, the 2-channel Manpack Radio Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and the 2-channel Leader Radio that are interoperable with Air and Missile Defense specified radios in the current forces. Manpack and Leader Radio Operational Test • 1QFY19: FRP for Manpack and Leader Radio 3QFY19: • Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • FY20-FY23: Continued deliveries of both Manpack and Leader Radios HMS provides joint interoperable connectivity to the tactical edge and to the most disadvantaged warfighter with an on- the-move, at-the-halt and stationary line-of-sight and beyond- ACQUISITION line-of-sight capability for both dismounted personnel and LIFE CYCLE PHASE platforms. The radios are scalable and compliant with modular software communications architecture, enable net-centric Materiel Solution Analysis operations, operate multiband and multimode, and deliver Technology Maturation & reliable, secure tactical communications. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development • Leader Radio: Two channels — Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW), Single Channel Ground and Airborne (SINCGARS) Production & Deployment and Trellisware Waveform (TSM) Operations & Support SRW, SINCGARS, TSM, Ultra High Manpack Radio: • Frequency Satellite Communications and legacy waveforms UNITED STATES ARMY 74

77 HMS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leader Radio: Thales Defense & Security, Inc. (Clarksburg, MD) Harris (Rochester, NY) Manpack: TBD Manpack Radios: Rockwell Collins (Cedar Rapids, IA) Harris (Rochester, NY) 2018 75 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

78 Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift and Evacuation System (HERCULES) Improved Recovery Vehicle — M88A2 ACAT I PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION Height: 127 inches • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M88A2 Improved Recovery Vehicle HERCULES (Heavy • Speed (no load): 30 mph Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift and Evacuation System) • Speed (with load): 26 mph with 70-ton load Long-Range Precision Fires Cruising Range: 300 miles, 413 gallons recovers tanks mired to different depths, removes and replaces • Next Generation Boom Lift Height: 25 feet tank turrets and power packs, and uprights overturned heavy • Combat Vehicles • combat vehicles. The main winch on the M88A2 is capable of a Engine: 1,050 horsepower • Armament: .50 Caliber M2 70-ton, single-line recovery, allowing the HERCULES to provide Future Vertical Lift recovery of the 70-ton M1A2 Abrams tank. Army Network PROGRAM STATUS Air and Missile Defense FY16-FY18: • The A-frame boom and hoist winch of the M88A2 can lift 35 M88A2 production (converted from M88A1) continued at º tons. The spade can be used to anchor the vehicle when using Soldier Lethality approximate rate of four vehicles per month at the BAE the main winch and can be used for light earth moving to prepare facility in York, Pennsylvania. Production for the Army a recovery area. The M88A2 employs an auxiliary power unit to through Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) is 809 vehicles toward an provide auxiliary electrical and hydraulic power when the main Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) of 933. engine is not in operation. It can also be used to slave start other ACQUISITION M88A2 HERCULES Fielding and New Equipment Training º vehicles, as well as a means to refuel or defuel vehicles. The LIFE CYCLE PHASE completed for Army units in the United States, Germany, M88A2 can refuel Abrams tanks from its own fuel tanks. Kuwait and Korea Materiel Solution Analysis Operational Modification for fielded vehicles continued The M88A2 HERCULES is the successor vehicle to the M88A1, º Technology Maturation & and modification work order installations were completed which only had a recovery capability of 56 tons. The M88A1’s Risk Reduction on 652 M88A2s mission was focused on the M60 Series tank while the M88A2 Engineering & Manufacturing º is focused on the Abrams tank. Initiated an Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) to regain Development Single Vehicle Recovery (SVR) of the heaviest tracked BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER vehicles with receipt of FY18 Research, Development, Production & Deployment The HERCULES provides towing, winching and hoisting to Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) funding Operations & Support support battlefield recovery operations and evacuation of PROJECTED ACTIVITIES heavy tanks and other tracked combat vehicles. As such, HERCULES is the recovery workhorse of the Armored Brigade • FY19-FY23: Combat Team (ABCT). º M88A2 production expected to complete 90 percent in 2QFY20 SPECIFICATIONS M88A2 production toward the AAO of 933 planned for º • Crew: Three, plus space for four passengers completion in FY23 Weight: 70 tons • M88A2 fielding will be conducted for the 16th ABCT º Length: 338 inches and the European Deterrence Initiative Army Preposition • Stock-2 ABCT • Width: 144 inches UNITED STATES ARMY 76

79 RDT&E SVR ECP development will continue º HERCULES Combat Recovery Systems Product Management Office º intends to award up to three prototype agreements via the Detroit Arsenal Automotive Other Transaction Agreement FOREIGN MILITARY SALES in late FY19. These prototype agreements seek to regain Australia, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon and Thailand lost capability for the M88A2. By inserting new or modified M88A2 component hardware, contractors shall provide CONTRACTORS BAE Systems (York, PA) a concept demonstrator capable of SVR of the heaviest tracked combat vehicle (M1 Abrams with force protection kits applied). º Funding dependent, a competitive prototyping effort will conclude no later than FY22 with a government led “run- off” test event to select a winning contractor/concept. This effort will transition into further development of prototypes to support government test, logistics products development, and vehicle production in support of fielding this enhanced capability to the ABCTs. 2018 77 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

80 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT)/ HEMTT Extended Service Program (ESP) ACAT I PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PRIORITY The HEMTT’s primary mission is to deliver high tonnages of The Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) consists of a family of 4-axle 8-wheel drive tactical vehicles, including supplies (all classes) to combat and combat support units Long-Range Precision Fires across all tactical mobility levels as far forward as mission, multiple cargo, tanker, tractor, wrecker and load handling Next Generation enemy, troops, terrain, and time and civil considerations allow. variants. The Cargo variants carry up to 11-ton payloads, while Combat Vehicles the Load Handling System (LHS) variant can carry flat racks SPECIFICATIONS and International Organization for Standardization containers Future Vertical Lift up to 13 tons. The Tanker has a 2,500-gallon bulk fuel capacity, HEMTT Familywide: Army Network and the Wrecker provides lift tow and flat tow capability for the Size: 8x8 chassis with up to 8-wheel drive capability • Air and Missile Defense Army’s wheeled vehicle fleet. There are two tractor variants in GVWR: Ranges from 64,000 to 105,000 pounds • the HEMTT family: one for towing engineer equipment, with a Engine: Caterpillar C15 (15.2 L, 500 horsepower) • Soldier Lethality Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 151,000 pounds and • Transmission: Allison 4500 SP (5-speed automatic) • one for towing PATRIOT semitrailers with a Gross Combination LTAS B-Kit Ready Weight Rating (GCWR) of 109,000 pounds. • LED Headlights • Common Cab with PLSA1 ACQUISITION The latest generation of HEMTTs, the A4 vehicle model, has • Max towing speed 62 mph with full payload on flat terrain LIFE CYCLE PHASE M985 Cargo: significant upgrades from the predecessor A2 and Basic • GVWR: 70,000 pounds (78,500 with armor) HEMTTS, including: a common cab with the Palletized Load Materiel Solution Analysis • System (PLS) A1; appliqué armor protection together with Crane: Grove 5,400 pounds at 16.5 feet Technology Maturation & A-cab having integral under cab protection and provisions for M977 Cargo: Risk Reduction mounting the armor B-kit; an improved power train (engine • GVWR: 64,000 pounds (72,500 with armor) Engineering & Manufacturing • Crane: Grove 2,500 pounds at 19 feet and transmission); an anti-lock braking system; traction Development M985A4 GMT: control; updated electrical system; climate control and air ride GVWR: 64,000 pounds (72,500 with armor) suspension. • Production & Deployment • Crane: Hiab 4,500 pounds at 20.5 feet Operations & Support Older Basic and A2 HEMTT models are being updated to the M112 0 LHS: latest A4 configuration through the HEMTT Extended Service • GVWR: 68,000 pounds (76,500 with armor) LHS 26,000 pounds (including flat rack) Program (ESP)/HEMTT RECAP, a recapitalization program • M978A4 Tanker: that converts high-mileage, older-version HEMTT trucks into GVWR: 64,000 pounds (72,500 with armor) the current A4 production configuration with a zero mile new • Bulk fuel capacity: 2,500 gallons vehicle warranty. • M984A4 Wrecker: GVWR: 97,000 pounds (105,500 with armor) • GCWR: 114,500 pounds (161,000 pounds with armor) • • Crane: Grove 14,000 pounds at 9 feet UNITED STATES ARMY 78

81 Recovery Winch: 60,000 pounds • HEMT T/ESP • Retrieval System: 25,000 pounds M983A4 Patriot Tractor: GCWR: 109,000 pounds • FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Fifth wheel: 21,000 pounds; 3.5-inch kingpin • Worldwide sales M983A4 LET: • GCWR: 151,000 pounds CONTRACTORS Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) • Fifth wheel: 40,000 pounds; 3.5-inch kingpin • Recovery Winch: 45,000 pounds PROGRAM STATUS FY16-FY18: • Continue to produce and field ESP HEMTTs to Active Army, National Guard, Reserve and Preposition Stocks. Modernizing the fleet to one model reduces the logistics footprint and operational and sustainment costs of maintaining older vehicles. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES FY19-FY23: Review acquisition courses of action for ongoing • modernization alternatives for the family of HEMTT vehicles PATRIOT 2018 79 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

82 HELLFIRE Family of Missiles PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The AGM-114 HELLFIRE Family of Missiles includes the HELLFIRE provides the warfighter with an air-to-ground, point- target precision strike capability to defeat advanced armor and HELLFIRE II and Longbow HELLFIRE Missiles. HELLFIRE II is a Long-Range Precision Fires precision strike, Semi-Active Laser (SAL)-guided missile and is an array of traditional and nontraditional targets. Next Generation the principal air-to-ground weapon for the Army AH-64 Apache, Combat Vehicles SPECIFICATIONS OH-58 Kiowa Warrior, MQ-1C Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft Diameter: 7 inches • System (UAS), Special Operations aircraft, Marine Corps AH- Future Vertical Lift 1W Super Cobra, and Air Force Predator and Reaper UAS. Weight: 99.8-107 pounds • Army Network • Length: 64-69 inches Air and Missile Defense • HELLFIRE II AGM-114R maximum range: The SAL HELLFIRE II missile is guided by laser energy reflected Direct fire: 7 km º off the target. It has three warhead variants: a dual-warhead, Soldier Lethality shaped-charge, high-explosive anti-tank capability for armored º Indirect fire: 8 km º Minimum range: 0.5-1.5 km targets (AGM-114K); a blast fragmentation warhead for urban, patrol boat and other “soft” targets (AGM-114M); and a metal- PROGRAM STATUS augmented charge warhead (AGM-114N) for urban structures, ACQUISITION bunkers, radar sites, communications installations and bridges. • FY16-FY18: HELLFIRE II missiles procured annually to LIFE CYCLE PHASE replace combat expenditures Beginning in 2012, a HELLFIRE II multipurpose warhead variant Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES (AGM-114R) became available to the warfighter and allows Technology Maturation & FY19-FY23: • selection of warhead effects corresponding to a specific target Risk Reduction type. The AMG-114R is capable of being launched from Army º Laser HELLFIRE to continue in Production Engineering & Manufacturing Longbow HELLFIRE to continue sustainment activities rotary-wing and UAS platforms and provides the pilot increased º Development operational flexibility. Production & Deployment The Longbow HELLFIRE (AGM-114L) is also a precision strike Operations & Support missile using Millimeter Wave (MMW) radar guidance instead of the HELLFIRE II’s SAL. It is the principal anti-tank system for the AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter and uses the same anti- armor warhead as the HELLFIRE II. The MMW seeker provides beyond-line-of-sight, fire-and-forget capability, as well as the ability to operate in adverse weather and battlefield obscurants. UNITED STATES ARMY 80

83 HELLFIRE FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Laser HELLFIRE: Australia, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom Direct commercial sales: Netherlands, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Kingdom Longbow HELLFIRE: Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Singapore, Taiwan and United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Direct commercial sales: CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Orlando, FL) 2018 81 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

84 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System ACAT I (HIMARS) — M142 PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Empty weight: 29,800 pounds • The M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) is a full-spectrum, combat-proven, all-weather, 24/7, lethal and • Combat loaded weight: 35,800 pounds Long-Range Precision Fires Max speed: 94 km per hour responsive, wheeled precision strike weapons system. HIMARS • Next Generation • Max cruising range: 483 km is a C-130 air transportable wheeled launcher mounted on a Combat Vehicles • 5-ton Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles XM1140A1 truck Ordnance options: All current and future MLRS rockets and chassis organic/assigned to Field Artillery Brigades. The current ATACMS missiles Future Vertical Lift HIMARS includes an increased crew protection armored cab. Army Network PROGRAM STATUS HIMARS supports an expeditionary, lethal, survivable and Air and Missile Defense 16 HIMARS to Europe (European Deterrence • 3QFY17: tactically mobile force. It will launch all Multiple Launch Rocket Initiative) System (MLRS) Family of Munitions rockets and missiles. The Soldier Lethality HIMARS carries one launch pod containing either six Guided • 3QFY18: Contract award for 24 HIMARS MLRS (GMLRS)/MLRS rockets or one Army Tactical Missile PROJECTED ACTIVITIES System (ATACMS) missile. Contract award for 27 HIMARS 4QFY19: • ACQUISITION • Common Fire Control System Production 4QFY21: HIMARS is designed to support joint early and forced entry LIFE CYCLE PHASE Contract award for 13 HIMARS • 2QFY22: expeditionary operations with high-volume destructive, suppressive and counter-battery fires. When firing GMLRS- Materiel Solution Analysis Unitary precision rockets, HIMARS can achieve ranges of Technology Maturation & 70-plus kilometers, attacking the target with low-collateral Risk Reduction damage, enabling danger-close fires (within 200 meters) in Engineering & Manufacturing support of friendly troops in contact, as well as engaging high- Development valued point targets in open, urban and complex environments. Development efforts include establishing a Common Fire Production & Deployment Control System between the HIMARS and MLRS launchers. Operations & Support The Army fleet expansion effort plans to increase the HIMARS fleet. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The HIMARS launcher provides 24-hour, all-weather, lethal, close- and long-range precision rocket and missile fire support for joint forces, early-entry expeditionary forces, contingency forces and field artillery brigades supporting Brigade Combat Teams. HIMARS is rapidly deployable by C-130, quickly enhancing combat effectiveness. UNITED STATES ARMY 82

85 HIMARS — M142 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES FMS procurement activities are underway CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Grand Prairie, TX; Camden, AR) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 83

86 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled ACAT I Vehicle (HMMWV) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION • Engine: General Engine Products V8, 6.5-liter turbocharged DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is diesel, 190 horsepower at 3,400 revolutions per minute • a lightweight, highly mobile, high-performance, diesel-powered Fuel Capacity: 25 gallons Long-Range Precision Fires four-wheel drive, air-transportable and air-droppable family of Payload: 3,350 pounds • Next Generation Maximum speed: 70 mph tactical vehicles. The HMMWV supports combat and combat • Combat Vehicles service support units with a versatile, mission-configurable, tactical wheeled vehicle. PROGRAM STATUS Future Vertical Lift • 1QFY14-FY24: M997A3 Ambulance Production at RIA Army Network NG M1152 and M1165 modernization PPP 4QFY14-3QFY19: • The Army recognizes the tactical importance of the HMMWV Air and Missile Defense between AM General and RRAD fleet and the enduring requirement to maintain a relevant, • capable fleet to support the Army enterprise. Congressional M1151A1 to M1167 Conversion FY16-1QFY19: Soldier Lethality Recapitalization PPP between AM General and RRAD funding has enabled the modernization of the U.S. Army National Guard (NG) and Reserve HMMWV fleets. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The NG and Reserve modernization program consists of • FY19: ACQUISITION º Begin modernization of the NG M1097 non-armored recapitalizing M1152A1 and M1165A1 Up-Armored HMMWV LIFE CYCLE PHASE (UAH) Shelter and Troop Carriers; converting M1151A1 UAH HMMWV Armament Carriers to M1167 UAH Tube-Launched, Optically º Delivery of first vehicles equipped with anti-lock braking Materiel Solution Analysis Tracked, Wireless-Guided Missile Carriers; and purchasing and electronic stability control safety upgrades Technology Maturation & new M997A3 ambulances. The recapitalization efforts involve Risk Reduction a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) between AM General and Engineering & Manufacturing the Red River Army Depot (RRAD). The M997A3 effort is a joint Development effort with the chassis built by AM General and furnished to Rock Island Arsenal (RIA) for installation of an RIA-built box. Production & Deployment Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER With configurations to meet multiple mission types and roles, the HMMWV is well-suited to meet the needs of Soldiers in several situations. Its high power-to-weight ratio, high ground clearance and four-wheel drive are designed for agility and mobility in difficult terrain. SPECIFICATIONS • Gross vehicle weight: 11,500 pounds • Wheelbase: 130 inches UNITED STATES ARMY 84

87 HMMWV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan, Argentina, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Burundi, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Georgia, Hungary, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Latvia, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mauritania, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and Yemen CONTRACTORS AM General (South Bend, IN) New Production Ambulances: Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center (Rock Island, IL) Red River Army Depot Lead Government Integrator: (Texarkana,TX) 2018 85 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

88 Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Systems PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The Hydra-70 Rocket System of 2.75-inch air-launched rockets In Production FY16-FY18: is employed by tri-service and special operating forces on Long-Range Precision Fires PROJECTED ACTIVITIES both fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft and is inherently immune Next Generation FY19-FY23: • to countermeasures. This highly modular rocket family Continue Production Combat Vehicles incorporates several different mission-oriented warheads for the Hydra-70 variant, including high-explosive, anti-personnel, Future Vertical Lift multipurpose submunition, red phosphorus smoke, flechette, Army Network training, visible-light illumination flare and infrared illumination Air and Missile Defense flare. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Hydra provides the warfighter with an air-to-ground suppression, smoke screening, illumination, and direct and indirect fires capability to defeat area, materiel and personnel targets at ACQUISITION close and extended ranges. This Advanced Precision Kill LIFE CYCLE PHASE Weapon System II guidance package will infuse precision into the current Hydra-70 weapon system by providing increased Materiel Solution Analysis stowed kills and point target accuracy while providing capability Technology Maturation & for low-collateral damage engagements against lightly armored Risk Reduction and soft point targets. Engineering & Manufacturing Development SPECIFICATIONS • Diameter: 2.75 inches Production & Deployment • Weight: 23-27 pounds (warhead dependent) Operations & Support Length: 55-70 inches (warhead dependent) • • Range: 300-8,000 meters Velocity: 700-plus meters per second • Area suppression: No precision • UNITED STATES ARMY 86

89 Hydra-70 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES 21 countries including Egypt, India, Iraq, Japan and others CONTRACTORS General Dynamics (Burlington, VT) Prime System: Grain: BAE Systems (Radford, VA) Warhead Fuses: Action Manufacturing (Philadelphia, PA) Shipping Container (Fastpack): CONCO (Louisville, KY) Fin and Nozzle: General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (Anniston, AL) 2018 87 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

90 Indirect Fire Protection Capability ACAT I (IFPC) Increment 2 – Intercept Block 1 PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY 2QFY16: Engineering Demonstration • The Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2 – Intercept Critical Design Review 3QFY17: • (IFPC Increment 2-I) Block 1 System is a mobile, ground-based Long-Range Precision Fires Milestone B Decision weapon system designed to defeat unmanned aircraft systems • 4QFY18: Next Generation (UAS) and cruise missiles. Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The Block 1 System will use an existing interceptor and sensor To be determined • Future Vertical Lift and will develop a Multi-Mission Launcher (MML) on an existing Army Network vehicle platform to support the Counter-UAS (C-UAS) and Air and Missile Defense Cruise Missile Defense (CMD) missions. The system will use the Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense (AIAMD) open Soldier Lethality systems architecture, and will use the AIAMD Integrated Battle Command System as its mission command component. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACQUISITION IFPC Increment 2-I Block 1 mitigates high-priority capability LIFE CYCLE PHASE gaps in two mission areas: CMD and C-UAS. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & • Provides 360-degree protection Risk Reduction Provides ability to simultaneously engage threats arriving • Engineering & Manufacturing from different azimuths Development • MML will use an open architecture that allows the employment of a variety of missiles Production & Deployment Operations & Support UNITED STATES ARMY 88

91 IFPC Increment 2-1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS None WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 89

92 Integrated Personnel and Pay System- BSC I Army (IPPS-A) PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES PRIORITY • Release 2 Limited Deployment Authority to 2QFY19: The Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A), an online Human Resources (HR) PeopleSoft (9.2) solution, is the Proceed (ATP) Long-Range Precision Fires vehicle that will allow the Army to transform from an industrial Release 3 Limited Deployment ATP 2QFY20: • Next Generation Release 4 Full Deployment ATP age personnel system to a 21st Century talent management • 4QFY20: Combat Vehicles FY21-FY23: Pre-Planned Product Improvement Events system. IPPS-A integrates personnel and pay while providing • three main capabilities: Total Force Visibility, Talent Management Future Vertical Lift and Auditability. Army Network Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER IPPS-A is easy to use – it automates numerous manual HR and Soldier Lethality pay processes, allows mobile access to personal pay and HR data, tracks personnel actions from start to finish (approved changes reflect in pay and personal profile immediately), captures talent within units, shows unit readiness and captures ACQUISITION all actions in one place. IPPS-A is auditable and reduces errors LIFE CYCLE PHASE affecting Soldiers. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Online comprehensive personnel and pay system • Risk Reduction • Provides near real-time 24/7 self-service capabilities Engineering & Manufacturing • Accessible to Soldiers, commanders and HR Professionals Development Provides complete visibility of the Total Force in one HR • system Production & Deployment Enables the Army to manage the talents of the Total Force • Operations & Support based on Soldiers’ knowledge, skills and behaviors • Provides audit capability for pay and benefits to ensure the best use of Army dollars to employ human capital PROGRAM STATUS Increment II System Requirements Review 1QFY16: • 2QFY16: • Increment II System Functional Review Increment II Preliminary Design Review • 4QFY16: Increment II Critical Design Review 2QF Y17: • Increment II Release 2 Adversarial Assessment 3QFY18: • UNITED STATES ARMY 90

93 IPPS-A FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS CACI (Chantilly, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 91

94 Javelin PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Javelin Close Combat Missile System – Medium (CCMS-M) Javelin provides the Army, Marine Corps and our allies a man- portable, fire-and-forget missile system that is highly lethal is a man-portable, medium-range tactical missile system that Long-Range Precision Fires provides the U.S. Army and Marine Corps with precision direct- against objects ranging from main battle tanks to fleeting Next Generation fire effects to defeat main battle tanks and other armored targets of opportunity found in current threat environments. Combat Vehicles vehicles as well as personnel and equipment in fortifications SPECIFICATIONS or in the open. Javelin is highly effective against a variety of Future Vertical Lift Weight (Block 1 Missile and CLU combined): 48.8 pounds • targets at extended ranges during day or night operations, and Army Network (Missile: 33.3 pounds; CLU: 15.5 pounds). under battlefield obscurants, adverse weather and multiple Air and Missile Defense countermeasure conditions. The system’s soft-launch feature Diameter: 127 mm • Range: Qualified to 2,500 meters; demonstrated permits firing from enclosures commonly found in complex • Soldier Lethality urban terrain, while its modular design allows the system to performance to 4,000 meters in most operational conditions • evolve to meet changing threats and requirements via both System includes devices for tactical and classroom training software and hardware upgrades. The system consists of a PROGRAM STATUS reusable command launch unit (CLU) and a modular missile ACQUISITION encased in a disposable launch tube assembly. The CLU • FY16-FY18: LIFE CYCLE PHASE Continued Lightweight CLU development provides stand-alone surveillance capability ideally suited for º º Continued G-model missile modernization and cost infantry operations in Afghanistan. Materiel Solution Analysis reduction initiative Technology Maturation & Javelin’s fire-and-forget technology allows the gunner to fire • FY18: Risk Reduction Begin procurement of new F-model missile with º and immediately take cover, move to another fighting position Engineering & Manufacturing or reload. Javelin provides enhanced lethality through the use multipurpose warhead Development º of tandem warheads that defeat all known armor threats, and Army funded to begin retrofitting Block 0 CLUs to Block 1 configuration to pure fleet the Block 1 capability can be used against stationary or moving targets. This system Production & Deployment also provides defensive capability against attacking or hovering Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES helicopters. A new multipurpose warhead will be incorporated Funding procures missile quantities to maintain into the Fiscal Year 2018 procurement that will improve • FY19-FY23: current Total Army Munition Requirements lethality against soft targets while still meeting all anti-armor • Army funded to retrofit all remaining Block 0 CLUs to requirements. A Lightweight CLU is in development with the FY19: goal of reducing the current CLU weight by at least 25 percent Block 1 configuration • Complete development and qualification of and size by at least 30 percent. FY19-FY20: Lightweight CLU • Begin procurement of Lightweight CLU FY21: UNITED STATES ARMY 92

95 Javelin FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Australia, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Georgia, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Qatar, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Orlando, FL) Raytheon (Tucson, AZ) 2018 93 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

96 Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 2QFY18: The Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) System provides Limited User Testing • • an improved air-to-ground missile capability for rotary wing 3QFY18: Milestone C Low Rate Initial Production Decision Long-Range Precision Fires aircraft and unmanned aerial systems. The JAGM is an Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES aviation-launched, precision-guided munition for use against Combat Vehicles • 2QFY19: Initial Operational Capability high-value stationary, moving and relocatable land and naval targets. JAGM utilizes a multimode seeker to provide precision • 2QFY20: Full Rate Production Decision Future Vertical Lift point and fire-and-forget targeting day or night in adverse Army Network weather, battlefield obscured conditions, and against a variety Air and Missile Defense of countermeasures. A multipurpose warhead provides lethal effects against a range of target types, from armored vehicles, Soldier Lethality thin-skinned vehicles and maritime patrol craft to urban structures and field fortifications. JAGM delivers the joint services a single air-to-ground missile with improved lethality, operational flexibility and a reduced logistics footprint. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The JAGM provides the warfighter the ability to destroy high- Materiel Solution Analysis value stationary, moving and relocatable land and naval targets Technology Maturation & from standoff range day or night, in adverse weather and in Risk Reduction battlefield-obscured conditions. Engineering & Manufacturing Development SPECIFICATIONS • Diameter: 7 inches Production & Deployment • Weight: 115 pounds Operations & Support Length: 69 inches • Range: 500-8,000 meters • UNITED STATES ARMY 94

97 JAGM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 95

98 Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT I MODERNIZATION • Protection: Scalable armor to provide mission flexibility DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Family of Vehicles (FoV) while protecting the force is an Army-led, joint-service program designed to replace a Mobility: Maneuverability to enable operations across the • Long-Range Precision Fires spectrum of terrain, including urban areas portion of each service’s light tactical wheeled vehicle fleets Next Generation while closing an existing capability gap. Intended to provide • Networking: Provides joint forces network connectivity Combat Vehicles protected, sustained, networked mobility for personnel and that improves situational awareness of the operational payloads across the full range of military operations, the JLTV environment while enabling a responsive and well-integrated Future Vertical Lift FoV will restore the fleet’s balance of payload, performance and command and control Army Network protection. Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS • The JLTV FoV consists of two variants: the 4-seat Combat Completed Multiservice Operational Test 1QFY16-3QFY18: Soldier Lethality Tactical Vehicle (CTV) and the 2-seat Combat Support Vehicle and Evaluation and accepted delivery of 1,809 vehicles (CSV). The CTV will support the General Purpose, Heavy PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Gun Carrier and Close Combat Weapon Carrier missions. • Finalize Full Rate Production (FRP) Decision 4QFY18: The CSV will support the Utility/Shelter Carrier mission. The ACQUISITION JLTV is transportable by a range of lift assets, including documentation and conduct Physical Configuration Audit LIFE CYCLE PHASE 1QFY19: rotary-wing aircraft, to support operations across the range • Conduct FRP Decision Review 2QFY19: Army First Unit Equipped of military operations. Its maneuverability enables activities • Materiel Solution Analysis across the spectrum of terrain, including urban areas, while Technology Maturation & providing inherent and supplemental armor against direct fire Risk Reduction and improvised explosive device threats. Engineering & Manufacturing Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER JLTV provides the warfighter significantly more protection Production & Deployment against multiple threats while increasing mobility and payload Operations & Support compared to the current armored High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle platforms. JLTV provides improved off-road mobility, fuel efficiency and reliability over Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicles. SPECIFICATIONS • Transportability: Internal–C-130; External–CH-47 at curb weight plus 2,000 pounds and CH-53; Sea–including height- restricted decks • Payloads: CTV–3,500 pounds; CSV–5,100 pounds UNITED STATES ARMY 96

99 J LT V FOREIGN MILITARY SALES United Kingdom CONTRACTORS Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 97

100 Lakota Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) — ACAT I UH-72 A PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY • 1QF Y17: Awarded follow on Contractor Logistics Support The UH-72A Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) is a Commercial/ Contract Non-Developmental-Item, twin-engine helicopter with seating Long-Range Precision Fires • for two pilots, capable of transporting up to six passengers. 1QFY18: Army Acquisition Objective increase to 462 aircraft Next Generation • 2QFY18: The medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) configuration is equipped Awarded undefinitized contract actions for Combat Vehicles production of 51 aircraft with two North Atlantic Treaty Organization standard litters and seating for a medical attendant and crew chief. Visual and Future Vertical Lift PROJECTED ACTIVITIES instrument flight certified, the UH-72A is equipped with a night- Army Network 4QFY18-1QFY19: Definitize follow-on Production Contract vision-compatible glass cockpit and modern communications • Air and Missile Defense for 51 aircraft and navigation avionics, including autopilot and dual Global Positioning Systems with Wide Area Augmentation System. 3QFY18: • Sources Sought for production of 11 aircraft Soldier Lethality Transition to Sustainment 1QFY22: • Other aircraft configurations include Combat Training Center Opposing Forces and Observer/Controller, Security and Support and VIP. Since 2016, the UH-72A has been used at Fort Rucker, Alabama, for the Initial Entry Rotary Wing/Basic ACQUISITION Warfighting Skills Trainer. LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Materiel Solution Analysis The UH-72A Lakota is a light helicopter that operates worldwide Technology Maturation & in permissive environments to meet Homeland Defense Risk Reduction and Security, general support, reconnaissance, command Engineering & Manufacturing and control operations, search and rescue, and training Development requirements. Homeland Defense and Security missions include assistance to border patrol operations, terrorist incident Production & Deployment response, counterdrug operations and disaster relief missions, Operations & Support as well as Generating Force MEDEVAC capability for the U.S. Army National Guard. SPECIFICATIONS • Maximum speed: 145 knots • Range: 370 nautical miles • Endurance: 3.5 hours • Maximum takeoff weight: 7,903 pounds UNITED STATES ARMY 98

101 Lakota UH-72A FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Thailand CONTRACTORS Airbus Helicopter, Inc. (Grand Prairie, TX) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 99

102 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected ACAT I Vehicles (MRAP) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 1QFY16-4QFY18: • The Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) family of Continued support of MRAP vehicles vehicles provides Soldiers with highly survivable multimission fielded to units and in response to urgent theater Long-Range Precision Fires requirements platforms capable of mitigating improvised explosive devices, Next Generation Completed RESET of MaxxPro Long Wheel-Base 4QFY16: • rocket-propelled grenades, explosively formed penetrators, Combat Vehicles underbody mines and small arms fire threats which produce Ambulance the greatest number of casualties in Overseas Contingency • 4QF Y17: Attained Full Material Release (FMR) for MaxxPro Future Vertical Lift Operations. vehicles Army Network Completed M-ATV RESET/Standardization of the 1QFY18: • Air and Missile Defense The Army MRAP enduring fleet is comprised of two primary 5,395 enduring requirement vehicle platforms, the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All- • 3QFY18: Completed RESET of MaxxPro Dash Soldier Lethality 4QFY18: • Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) and the MaxxPro Family of Vehicles. This versatile family of vehicles performs the mission roles Completed Fielding of MaxxPro Long Wheel-Base º Ambulance of Armored Personnel Carrier, Weapons Carrier, Convoy Protection Platform, Key Leader Vehicle, Command Post and Fielding of MaxxPro Dash ongoing º ACQUISITION Armored Ambulance. LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROJECTED ACTIVITIES BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • System National Maintenance Work 2QFY18-2QFY20: Materiel Solution Analysis MRAP provides light forces with protected mobility and Requirement underway Technology Maturation & MaxxPro Dash planned fieldings complete 1QFY19: mounted firepower to perform Wide Area Security while • Risk Reduction 2QFY19: MaxxPro transitions to Sustainment • countering threats employing asymmetric tactics. They provide Engineering & Manufacturing M-ATV to achieve FMR a rapid motorization capability for Brigade Combat Teams as • 1QFY20: Development º the mission transitions from decisive operations to stability, or M-ATV continues to field as Associated Support Items of perform rear-area security during decisive operations. Equipment to Project Manager Prophet Production & Deployment M-ATV continues to field to Explosive Ordnance Disposal º Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS units in accordance with letter of agreement with the U.S. Army National Guard • Key components (transmissions, engines, etc.) vary between vehicles, consisting of common commercial and military parts • Combat weight (fully loaded without add-on armor): 34,000- 48,000 pounds • Payloads: In the 4,000-pound range • Engine: 370-375 horsepower • Operational range: 300-370 miles UNITED STATES ARMY 100

103 MRAP FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan, Burundi, Croatia, Djibouti, Iraq, Jordan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Spain, Uganda and Uzbekistan CONTRACTORS Navistar Defense (Warrenville, IL) Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 101

104 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) ACAT I — M270A1 PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION • Ordnance options: All current and future MFOM rockets and DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) M270A1 is a missiles full-spectrum, combat-proven, all-weather, 24/7 lethal and Long-Range Precision Fires PROGRAM STATUS responsive, tracked precision strike weapon system organic Next Generation Army instructs Project Manager to develop • or assigned to Field Artillery Brigades. The M270A1 program 1QF Y17: Combat Vehicles consists of a modified M993A1 Bradley Carrier mounted with expansion plan 16 MLRS launchers – European Deterrence the M269 Launcher Loader Module. It will launch all MLRS 3QFY17: • Future Vertical Lift Family of Munitions (MFOM) rockets and missiles. Initiative (EDI) Army Network 16 MLRS launchers – EDI 1QFY18: • Air and Missile Defense The MLRS carries two launch pods, each containing either six Approved Fleet Expansion Acquisition Plan 3QFY18: • • Guided MLRS (GMLRS)/MLRS rockets or one Army Tactical 4QFY18: Soldier Lethality Missile System missile. When firing GMLRS-Unitary precision Release Fleet Expansion Request for Proposal (Sole º Source) rockets, MLRS can achieve ranges of 70-plus kilometers, º attacking the target with low-collateral damage, enabling Improved Armored Cab Production Contract Award danger-close fires (within 200 meters) in support of friendly ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES troops in contact, as well as engaging high-valued point targets LIFE CYCLE PHASE 3QFY19: in open, urban and complex environments. Development Production Contract Award – Fleet Expansion • 4QFY21: • Production start – Common Fire Control System efforts include the Improved Armored Cab for enhanced crew Materiel Solution Analysis survivability and establishing a Common Fire Control System • 1QFY22: M270A2 First Unit Equipped Technology Maturation & between MLRS and the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System Risk Reduction M142 launcher. The Army Fleet Expansion effort plans to Engineering & Manufacturing increase the MLRS fleet. Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Production & Deployment The MLRS Launcher provides 24-hour, all-weather, lethal, Operations & Support close- and long-range precision rocket and missile fire support for joint forces, early-entry expeditionary forces, contingency forces and Field Artillery Brigades supporting Brigade Combat Te a ms. SPECIFICATIONS Empty weight: 45,086 pounds • • Combat weight: 57,544 pounds • Maximum speed: 65 kph • Maximum cruising range: 640 km UNITED STATES ARMY 102

105 MLRS — M270A1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Procurement activities underway CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin (Grand Prairie, TX; Camden, AR) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 103

106 Paladin Family of Vehicles (FOV) — M109A6 Paladin/M992A2 FAASV/M109A7 SPH/M992A3 CAT and Extended Range Cannon ACAT I Artillery (ERCA) PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION Systems 155 mm ammo programs are critical to achieving DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M109A6 Paladin 155 mm along with the M992A2 Field range and lethality goals. Programs remain in sync via Howitzer Artillery Ammunition Supply Vehicle (FAASV) provides the configuration steering boards. Long-Range Precision Fires primary indirect-fire support to Armored Brigade Combat Next Generation BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Teams (ABCT), Infantry Brigade Combat Teams and Stryker Combat Vehicles These upgrades and better communications technology will Brigade Combat Teams. Like the earlier M109 models, the significantly improve the warfighter’s battlespace awareness M109A6 Paladin is a fully tracked, armored vehicle. The M109A6 Future Vertical Lift and reduce the logistics footprint within the ABCT. Once Paladin configuration was achieved through modifications to Army Network delivered to the field, the M109A7 SPH and M992A3 CAT will earlier-built M109A2 and A3 vehicle hulls and the introduction Air and Missile Defense give ABCT commanders a more capable and sustainable of an entirely new cab and cannon assembly. vehicle, providing them with increased confidence in their Soldier Lethality artillery fleet. The M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer (SPH) and M992A3 Carrier Ammunition Tracked (CAT), formerly known as the Paladin Integrated Management (PIM) program, will replace the current ERCA brings an all new or modified cab, extended range, increased rate of fire and improved ammunition stowage and M109A6 Paladin and the M992A2 FAASV respectively starting ACQUISITION handling. Benefits include regained lethality overmatch; a in Fiscal Year 2018. LIFE CYCLE PHASE demonstrated range of 70-plus km; 300 percent improvement in area coverage for 155 mm; 30 percent increased range for The M109A7 SPH and M992A3 CAT comprise a modernization Materiel Solution Analysis effort to improve size, weight, power, cooling, readiness, force legacy ammo and improved breech reliability. Technology Maturation & protection and survivability. They increase M109A6 Paladin Risk Reduction PROGRAM STATUS and the M992A2 FAASV platforms’ sustainability through Engineering & Manufacturing 2050. The platforms will also be fitted with Blue Force Tracker M109 FOV: Development FY17 Production Contract Award (base and three • capability to ensure situational awareness with other friendly 1QFY18: forces. The program has leveraged Bradley commonality options) Production & Deployment 2QFY18: for key components – engine, transmission, final drive and • Operations & Support Initial Operational Test & Evaluation (IOT&E) º suspension – in a new hull. The new electric-gun drives and rammer components, as well as a microclimate air conditioning º Technical Manual authenticated • 3QFY18: M109A7/M992A3 First Unit Equipped (FUE), 1st system, will be powered by the common modular power system Battalion (BN), 5th Field Artillery, 1st Infantry Division. IOT&E utilizing a 600-volt onboard electrical system in the existing cab BN FUE and cannon assembly. ERCA: Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) uses the existing Cannon, Breech, XM1113 and Stub Case M109A7 PIM chassis and modernizes the vehicle above the FY18-FY19: • turret ring to increase range and rate of fire in coordination with Development and Demonstration ammunition upgrades. Project Manager Combat Ammunition UNITED STATES ARMY 104

107 Paladin FOV and 3QFY18: Yuma Proving Ground Demo Range • ERCA Test conducted Materiel Development Decision 4QFY18: • FOREIGN MILITARY SALES PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Austria, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, ERCA: M109 FOV: Ethiopia, Germany, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Vehicle (Increment 1) Technology • 4QFY19: • 4QFY18: Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, º Readiness Level 6 Demonstration Full Rate Production (FRP) Decision Thailand and United Kingdom FUE Level 2 Vehicle Technical Data 3QFY20: º • Package Delivery FRP Contract Award º CONTRACTORS • 2QFY21: Prototype build begins BAE Systems (York, PA) M109 FOV Contractors: • 2QFY23: Begin Fielding Increment TBD ERCA Contractors: • 2QFY23: Begin Fielding Increment SPECIFICATIONS M109A6 M992A2 M992A3 M109A7 Crew 4 4 4 4 Combat Loaded 34.25 39 29.26 36 Weight (Tons) On-board 95 Ammunition 95 42 39 (Rounds) 4 rounds/minute 4 rounds/minute 4 rounds/minute 4 rounds/minute for first 3 minutes; for first 3 minutes; Rate of Fire for first 3 minutes; for first 3 minutes; 1 round/minute 1 round/minute 1 round/minute 1 round/minute sustained sustained sustained sustained High-Explosive/ High-Explosive/ High-Explosive/ High-Explosive/ Maximum Range Rocket Assisted Rocket Assisted Rocket Assisted Rocket Assisted Projectile, 22 km/ Projectile, 22 km/ Projectile, 22 km/ Projectile, 22 km/30 km 30 km 30 km 30 km Cruising Range 180 180 180 180 (Miles) Paladin Digital Fire Paladin Digital Fire Paladin Digital Fire Paladin Digital Fire Fire Support Control System Control System Control System Control System Network software supports software supports software supports software supports Fire Support Network Fire Support Fire Support Network Fire Support Network Network 2018 105 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

108 Palletized Load System (PLS) and PLS ACAT I Extended Service Program (ESP) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION without the use of a M1077A1 flat rack. The PLS Trailer A1 DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Palletized Load System (PLS) A1 is a 5-axle, 10-wheel drive (M1076A1) complements E-CHU equipped PLSA1s with the tactical truck with a companion trailer (M1076A1), each with a ability to receive and secure the 20-foot ISO container from the Long-Range Precision Fires demountable cargo bed (flat rack). Both the truck and the trailer vehicle. Next Generation are capable of carrying up to 36,250 pounds of payload (which Combat Vehicles BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER includes the weight of the flat rack) on one of several different types of flat racks, containers or modules. The PLSA1 assists commanders by enabling more agile, Future Vertical Lift flexible and full-spectrum movement of loaded flat rack/CROP/ Army Network ISO and other similar sized equipment across the range of The PLSA1 has an engine with greater capacity than the A0, Air and Missile Defense military operations throughout the battlefield. The capability independent front suspension, and an A-cab/B-kit common to transport critical supplies at highway speeds between ports with the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) Soldier Lethality A4. Additionally, by North Atlantic Treaty Orgainization (NATO) and forward staging areas will provide ground commanders flexibility to respond to rapidly shifting operations. agreement, the PLSA1 shall be able to transport other NATO flat racks up to a payload of 36,250 pounds. SPECIFICATIONS ACQUISITION Palletized Load System A1 (M1074A1 w/MHC, M1075A1 A self-contained hydraulic Load Handling System (LHS) is • LIFE CYCLE PHASE without MHC): mounted on the PLSA1 truck chassis. The PLSA1 truck has two º mission-oriented configurations: the M1074A1 and M1075A1. Size: 10x10 (10-wheeled vehicle with 10-wheel drive) truck Materiel Solution Analysis with integrated LHS The M1074A1 is equipped with a variable reach Material Handling Technology Maturation & Crane (MHC) to support forward deployed artillery units. The Gross Vehicle Weight (A-Kit/B-Kit): º Risk Reduction M1074A1 89,880 pounds/94,910 pounds M1075A1 does not have the MHC. It is used in conjunction − Engineering & Manufacturing M1075A1 84,500 pounds/89,624 pounds with the M1076A1 trailer in support of transportation line haul − Development Gross Combination Weight Rating (A-Kit + trailer, B-Kit + missions. º trailer): Production & Deployment − The PLSA1 truck is used to load and unload M1076A1 PLS M1074A1 + M1076A1 trailer 139,805 pounds/144,835 Operations & Support trailers. The two principal flat racks are the M1077A1 series flat pounds − rack and the M3/M3A1 series flat rack, more commonly known M1075A1 + M1076A1 trailer 134,425 pounds/139,549 pounds as the Container Roll-In/Roll-Out Platform (CROP). Although Engine: Caterpillar C-15 ACERT Diesel Engine, 600 hp º these have the same cargo payload capability, the M1077A1’s dimensions are slightly longer and wider than the M3/M3A1, º Transmission: Allison HD4500SP (6-speed automatic) º making it ideal to carry 20-foot International Organization for LED Headlights Standardization (ISO) containers or modules. The M3/M3A1 is Maintenance and serviceability improvements º Integrated cab armor protection with scalable armor designed to fit inside of a 20-foot ISO container. The Enhanced º Container Handling Unit (E-CHU) enables the M1075A1 to protection (B-Kit, C-Kit armor protection) for increased survivability (common with the HEMTTA4 cab) directly load 20-foot ISO containers directly onto the vehicle UNITED STATES ARMY 106

109 Improved heater and air conditioning system º PLS TAK-4 independent front suspension with coil springs, º which provides improved ride and steering over the base PLS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES º New antilock brakes system with larger brake chambers Worldwide sales works in conjunction with a revised central tire inflation system, traction control and driveline lockup systems for CONTRACTORS Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) improved braking (safety) and off-road performance º Maximum speed: 60 mph at gross combined vehicle weight on flat terrain PROGRAM STATUS Continue to produce and field Extended • FY16-FY18: Service Program (ESP) PLSs to Active Army, National Guard, Reserve and Preposition Stocks. The PLS ESP/RECAP is a recapitalization program that converts high-mileage, older-version PLS trucks into the current A1 production configuration. Modernizing the fleet to one model reduces the logistics footprint and operational and sustainment costs of maintaining older vehicles. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Acquisition courses of action are being FY19-FY23: • reviewed for ongoing modernization alternatives 2018 107 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

110 PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 ACAT I (PAC-3) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION PAC-3 milestone authority was assigned to the Army in 2004. DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept of Target The Army Acquisition Executive is the Milestone Decision (PATRIOT) Missile protects ground forces and critical assets at Authority for the PAC-3 and PAC-3 MSE programs. The Army Long-Range Precision Fires continues to modernize PATRIOT through phased efforts to all echelons from advanced aircraft, cruise missiles and tactical Next Generation ballistic missiles (TBM). The PATRIOT Advanced Capability – 3 maintain and improve system capabilities in the complex Combat Vehicles threat environment. This modernization provides greater (PAC-3) is the Army’s premier guided air and missile defense (AMD) system providing highly reactive hit-to-kill capability in resilience against advanced threats and leverages the enlarged Future Vertical Lift both range and altitude while operating in all environments. engagement area afforded by the PAC-3 MSE interceptor. Army Network PATRIOT is transitioning to the Integrated Air and Missile Air and Missile Defense Defense Battle Command System networked architecture. The combat element of the PATRIOT system is the fire unit, primarily consisting of a radar set (RS), engagement control Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER station (ECS) and launching stations (LS). The RS provides airspace surveillance, target detection, discrimination, PATRIOT is a combat-proven ground-based AMD system that is providing critical AMD protection to the warfighter in 17 identification, classification, simultaneous tracking of targets, countries. Fourteen partner nations have acquired or deployed missile guidance and engagement support. The LS performs ACQUISITION transport and missile launch functions and is remotely operated the PATRIOT System in support of their AMD requirements. LIFE CYCLE PHASE from the ECS, which provides command and control. The LS SPECIFICATIONS has a load-out capacity of between 12 and 16 PAC-3 missiles Materiel Solution Analysis depending on configuration. The PAC-3 missile, initially fielded Advanced multifunction radar • Technology Maturation & • Engagement control operations in 2001, introduced hit-to-kill technology for greater lethality Risk Reduction Launcher capable of remote operations against TBM, cruise missiles and aircraft. The combination • Engineering & Manufacturing Deployed by fire units organized within a battalion • of a highly responsive airframe and attitude control motors Development Supported by ancillary communications and maintenance • generates an angle-of-attack that would not be achievable with actuator-driven aerodynamic control surfaces alone. ground support equipment Production & Deployment Designed to defend against current and emerging threats • Operations & Support The PAC-3 Missile Segment Enhancement (PAC-3 MSE), PROGRAM STATUS fielded in 2015, represents the next generation PAC-3 missile • and provides expanded battlespace performance against PAC-3 MSE First Unit Equipped 1QFY16: evolving threats. The PAC-3 MSE improves upon the original PAC-3 MSE Initial Operational Capability 4QFY16: • PAC-3 MSE Initial Operational Test & Evaluation 1QFY18: PAC-3 capability with a higher performance solid rocket motor, • • 3QFY18: PAC-3 MSE Full Rate Production (FRP) Army modified lethality enhancer, more responsive control surfaces, System Acquisition Review Council upgraded guidance software and insensitive munitions improvements. • Post-Deployment Build-8 Development Testing, FY18: Software Capability Fielding and Hardware Upgrades (Radar Digital Processor) UNITED STATES ARMY 108

111 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES PAC-3 FY19-FY23: • º PAC-3 MSE capability integration within the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System FOREIGN MILITARY SALES network architecture Germany, Current PAC-3 International Partners: Execute PAC-3 MSE FRP º Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and United Arab Significant Foreign Military Sales interest in PAC-3 MSE º Emirates CONTRACTORS Lockheed Missile Program Management Team: Martin (Dallas, TX) Missile Assembly: Lockheed Martin (Camden, AR) Raytheon System Integration/Ground Equipment: (Andover, MA) 2018 109 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

112 Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT I MODERNIZATION • Technology upgrades via Open Systems Architecture DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) will be a surface-to- Growth capabilities for follow-on spirals • surface, all weather, precision-strike guided missile fired from • Includes Cyber Security requirements Long-Range Precision Fires the M270A1 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) and the Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). The Combat Vehicles baseline missile, which will be developed and fielded to engage 3QFY16: • Army Requirements Oversight Council approved the draft Capability Development Document a wide variety of targets at ranges up to 499 km, will emphasize Future Vertical Lift imprecisely located area and point targets. Primary emphasis • Extended Range Missile Technology 1QF Y17: Army Network Demonstration complete for follow-on spirals will be on increased range, lethality and Air and Missile Defense • 2QF Y17: Milestone A Decision Review engagement of time sensitive, moving, hardened and fleeting • 3QFY17: targets. Soldier Lethality Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction Contract º BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Award (Competitive Prototype Development) The PrSM will destroy/neutralize/suppress targets at ranges º System Requirement Review - Raytheon (August); Lockheed (September) from 70-400-plus km using missile-delivered indirect precision ACQUISITION System Functional Review - Raytheon (December 2QFY18: fires. PrSM provides field artillery units with long range and • LIFE CYCLE PHASE deep strike capability while supporting brigade, division, corps, 2017); Lockheed (January 2018) Army, theater, joint/coalition forces and Marine Air-Ground Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Task Forces in full, limited or expeditionary operations. PrSM Technology Maturation & 1QFY19: • will replace the existing aged inventory of non-Insensitive Preliminary Design Review Risk Reduction Munitions and Cluster Munition policy compliant Army Tactical Prototype Demonstration Flight Tests 4QFY19: • Engineering & Manufacturing • 2QFY21: Critical Design Review Missile Systems (ATACMS). Development • 3QFY21: Milestone B SPECIFICATIONS Early Operational Capability • FY23: Production & Deployment • Replaces ATACMS and doubles rate-of-fire with two Operations & Support missiles per launch pod • 400-plus km ballistic missile with a cluster munition compliant payload • Attacks critical and time-sensitive area and point targets Maintains or improves accuracy in partial Global Positioning • System (GPS)-denied environments; plan for M-Code GPS integration • Insensitive Munition compliant system • Launcher compatibility with M270A1 MLRS and M142 HIMARS UNITED STATES ARMY 110

113 PrSM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES There is potential for future cooperative development and FMS procurement. CONTRACTORS Raytheon Missile Systems (Tucson, AZ) Lockheed Martin (Grand Prairie, TX) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 111

114 Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft ACAT I System (TUAS) — RQ-7Bv2 PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION The Shadow also has an early entry configuration of 15 Soldiers, DESCRIPTION PRIORITY one Ground Control Station, the air vehicle transport High The RQ-7Bv2 Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle and the launcher trailer, (TUAS) provides reconnaissance, surveillance, target Long-Range Precision Fires which can be transported in three C-130s. All components can acquisition and force protection for the Brigade Combat Team Next Generation be slung under a CH-47 or CH-53 helicopter for transport. (BCT) in near-real-time during day, night and limited adverse Combat Vehicles weather conditions. The system is compatible with the All BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Source Analysis System, Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Future Vertical Lift Data System, Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System The RQ-7Bv2 provides Army BCT, Aviation Brigades and Special Army Network Common Ground Station, Joint Technical Architecture – Army, Operation Units dedicated near-real-time reconnaissance, Air and Missile Defense and the Defense Information Infrastructure Common Operating surveillance and target acquisition; intelligence; battle damage Environment and the Universal Ground Control Station (UGCS). assessment; and Manned-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) Soldier Lethality The RQ-7Bv2 Shadow can be transported by six Air Force capability. The RQ-7Bv2, teamed with the AH-64D/E, provides C-130 aircraft. support and situational awareness to both the Soldier on the ground and warfighting leadership as they carry out operations The RQ-7Bv2 Shadow configuration, fielded in platoon sets, in support of U.S. national interests. ACQUISITION consists of: LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS • Four air vehicles with day and night electro-optical and infrared (IR) with laser designator and IR illuminator payloads • Wingspan: 20 feet Materiel Solution Analysis • Gross takeoff weight: 440-plus pounds • Two UGCS on High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles Technology Maturation & Four One System Remote Video Transceivers • • Payload capacity: 60 pounds Risk Reduction • One hydraulic launcher • Endurance: 8-plus hours on-station at a distance of 50 km Engineering & Manufacturing • Capable of cooperative engagements with AH-64E Apache Two ground data terminals • Development for MUM-T Associated trucks, trailers and support equipment • Production & Deployment PROGRAM STATUS Shadow platoons are organic to the BCT. The Soldier platoon Operations & Support consists of a platoon leader, platoon sergeant, unmanned aerial • Current: In Production and Deployment with the V2 vehicle warrant officer, 12 air vehicle operators and mission configuration; flown more than 960,000 hours, 90 percent in payload operators, four electronic warfare repair personnel, combat and three engine mechanics supporting launch and recovery. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The Maintenance Section Multifunctional is manned by Soldiers who also transport spares and provide maintenance support. • Complete Fielding of the RQ-7BV2 systems to FY18-FY19: The Mobile Maintenance Facility is manned by contractor the Active Army and National Guard personnel located with the Shadow platoon to provide logistics support to include off-system support and maintenance-by- repair. UNITED STATES ARMY 112

115 Shadow — RQ-7Bv2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Australia CONTRACTORS Shadow System: AAI Corp. (Hunt Valley, MD) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 113

116 Stryker Family of Vehicles (FOV) PEO Ground Combat Systems | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT I MODERNIZATION third quarter of Fiscal Year 2016, providing greater horsepower DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The National Military Strategy requires an Army that is rapidly and electrical output, along with a more robust suspension and in-vehicle network, the Stryker will be an even more capable deployable and strategically responsive across the full Long-Range Precision Fires platform. spectrum of operations. The Stryker Brigade Combat Team Next Generation (SBCT) encompasses capabilities and characteristics that are Combat Vehicles BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER needed but were not available until the first SBCT was declared Stryker vehicles provide the warfighter with a reliable, combat- operationally capable. As the primary combat and combat Future Vertical Lift tested platform that includes significant survivability and support platform of the SBCT, the Stryker Family of Vehicles Army Network fulfills an immediate requirement for a strategically deployable capability enhancements since the original fielding in 2002. Air and Missile Defense (C-130/C-17/C-5) brigade capable of rapid movement worldwide SPECIFICATIONS in a combat-ready configuration. Soldier Lethality Built on a common chassis, with the exception of MGS and • NBCRV, to reduce logistical footprint The Stryker Family of Vehicles is built on a common chassis, • with some variants having different Mission Equipment Certain variants, excluding the MEV, ATGM, FSV, RV, MC and MGS, are armed with Remote Weapon Station Packages. There are 18 variants; 10 flat-bottom variants that ACQUISITION supporting M2 .50 Caliber machine gun or a MK19 grenade include the Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV), Mobile Gun System LIFE CYCLE PHASE (MGS), Reconnaissance Vehicle (RV), Mortar Carrier (MC), launcher Commander’s Vehicle (CV), Fire Support Vehicle (FSV), Engineer • Also integrated is a 30 mm cannon (30 x 173 mm) in an Materiel Solution Analysis unmanned turret Squad Vehicle (ESV), Medical Evacuation Vehicle (MEV), Anti- Technology Maturation & • Top speed: 60 mph tank Guided Missile (ATGM) Vehicle and Nuclear Biological Risk Reduction Range: 330 miles Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV); seven Double-V- • Engineering & Manufacturing Either 4x8 or 8x8 capability with run-flat tires, central tire • Hull (DVH) variants for the following; ICV, CV, MEV, MC, ATGM, Development inflation system and vehicle height management system FSV and ESV, and an additional configuration of a modified ICV platform integrating a 30 mm cannon. Production & Deployment PROGRAM STATUS Operations & Support • 3QFY16: Army begins Production of DVHA1 ECP Strykers The Stryker program leverages non-developmental items with common subsystems and components to allow rapid acquisition for 4th DVH Brigade Army begins Production of 83 modified Strykers 4QFY16: and fielding. Stryker integrates government-furnished materiel • with 30 mm cannon subsystems as required and stresses performance and • 2QF Y17: Begin Fielding of 3rd DVH SBCT; Army decision commonality to reduce the logistics footprint and minimize approving lethality upgrades for Stryker fleet (Modified costs. After combat use, the DVH was developed to increase survivability. The 30 mm cannon was integrated on the Stryker Improved Target Acquisition System/ATGM, Common platform to meet emerging operational requirements and to Remotely Operated Weapons System Javelin (CROWS-J) improve lethality survivability. With the integration of the DVH A1 Engineering Change Proposal (DVHA1 ECP) beginning in the UNITED STATES ARMY 114

117 • 3QFY17: Army completes Fielding of 3rd DVH SBCT; Stryker FOV Army begins fielding of 2nd National Guard SBCT (81st Washington Army National Guard) 1QFY18: • First delivery of Stryker DVHA1 ECP FOREIGN MILITARY SALES 2QFY18: • Army decision to replace remaining flat bottom None Stryker SBCTs with DVHA1 ECPs 3QFY18: • CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Land Systems (Sterling Heights, Army begins Fielding Stryker ICVs modified with 30 mm º MI) cannon Army completes Production of 83 modified Strykers with º 30 mm cannon • 4QFY18: Army begins CROWS-J retrofits PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 1QFY19: Army completes Fielding of modified Stryker ICVs with 30 mm cannon • 2QFY19: Army decision on Stryker fleet lethality • 4QFY20: Schedule Fielding of 4th DVH SBCT (DVHA1 ECP) • 2QFY21: Army decision on path forward for first three DVH SBCTs 4QFY23: Scheduled Fielding completed for three of the five • DVHA1 SBCTs 2018 115 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

118 Tactical Mission Command (TMC) PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT I MODERNIZATION Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) and Global Command and DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Tactical Mission Command (TMC) is a suite of products and Control System-Army (GCCS-A). • services that provide commanders and staff with planning Core CP CE common infrastructure functions will provide Long-Range Precision Fires tools, common operational picture management, and other chat, a standard map, message centers and an extensible Next Generation maneuver function tools. The Command Post Computing data model. These core functions will serve as the Combat Vehicles foundation for every warfighting application and will be Environment (CP CE), under the direction of Product Manager TMC, provides a common framework (Common Infrastructure/ available to every Soldier in the CP, regardless of military Future Vertical Lift Common Services) upon which future warfighter capabilities occupational specialty. Army Network can be built. Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS CP CE is one of six computing environments under the Common Command Web Operational Test 2QFY16: • Soldier Lethality FY16-FY18: • Operating Environment (COE). CP CE provides command and Continued Fielding of TMC software and hardware control and situational awareness capabilities development at echelons that span from Army service component commands PROJECTED ACTIVITIES to company level. CP CE will be the most critical computing ACQUISITION 4QFY19: TMC full deployment and transition to Sustainment environment developed to support command posts in combat • LIFE CYCLE PHASE operations. CP CE will field a Commercial Off-The-Shelf hardware server and related components. The CP CE software Materiel Solution Analysis will reside on converged Tactical Server Infrastructure v2 server Technology Maturation & stacks. Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing Development TMC helps provide commanders with a consolidated readiness picture on a singular workstation, lessens the logistics trail for Production & Deployment Soldiers and reduces the training burden. Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS • Army’s CP CE will consolidate current mission command systems and applications into a single user interface and allow commanders to see the same common operational picture and better share data throughout the unit. • CP CE will collapse legacy, stove-piped systems to create an improved user experience, reduce the training burden on Soldiers and enable the integration of new capabilities. CP CE will allow the Army to divest four stand-alone • systems: Command Post of the Future, Command Web, UNITED STATES ARMY 116

119 TMC FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Canada CONTRACTORS General Dynamics (Taunton, MA) Microsoft (Redmond, WA) Bowhead Logistics Solutions (Alexandria, VA) General Dynamics Information Technology (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD) Southeastern Computer Consultants, Inc. (Austin, TX) 2018 117 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

120 Tactical Network Transport PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT I MODERNIZATION • Satellite Transportable Terminal a highly transportable and DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Tactical Network Transport equipment delivers seamless, mobile satellite system, operates in conjunction with the JNN and BnCPN. It is designed to establish secure voice, assured mission command, advanced communications and a Long-Range Precision Fires video and data communications virtually anytime and comprehensive common operating picture in support of joint, Next Generation anywhere. coalition and civil missions worldwide. As part of the Army's Combat Vehicles tactical network, Tactical Network Transport establishes an PROGRAM STATUS at-the-halt network backbone that provides the full range of Future Vertical Lift data, voice and video communications to command posts FY18: • Conclusion of fielding effort of End of Life Tech Army Network Refresh against Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) at the battalion and above echelons, using both line-of-sight Air and Missile Defense obsolescence (terrestrial) and beyond-line-of-sight (satellite/tropospheric) communications nodes. Soldier Lethality PROJECTED ACTIVITIES BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • FY19-FY23: At-the-halt capability has been fully fielded since 2012 to more º Fielding for next baseline of End of Life Tech Refresh against COTS obsolescence than 90 percent of the Army and meets the Army's at-the- ACQUISITION halt operational requirements. To support expanding network Procuring and Fielding wireless capability to Brigade, º LIFE CYCLE PHASE Expeditionary Signal Battalion and Above requirements and improve the readiness of today's operational force, the Army continues to implement upgrades to the at-the- Fielding coalition local area network capability and Top º Materiel Solution Analysis halt capability that increase and optimize bandwidth, improve Secret Enclave to selected units Technology Maturation & capability and interoperability while hardening cyber security. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development • Three types of transportable network nodes provide high- speed wide area network capability for secure voice, video Production & Deployment and data exchange Operations & Support º Tactical Hub Node (THN) supports division headquarters º Joint Network Node (JNN) supports brigade-level headquarters Battalion Command Post Node (BnCPN) supports º battalion-level headquarters. • Regional Hub Node, a fourth type of node, is a fixed installation equivalent to three THNs used to support theater-level operations. UNITED STATES ARMY 118

121 Tactical Network Transport FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Increment 1B Colorless Core Kits Production and Integration: General Dynamics Mission Systems (Taunton, MA) Transportable Terminals: General Dynamics Mission Systems (Duluth, GA) PM Support: Engineering Solutions and Products (Aberdeen, MD); JANUS (Aberdeen, MD) 2018 119 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

122 Tactical Network Transport On-the- ACAT I Move PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION Vehicle Wireless Package (VWP), a communications • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY package, provides remote connectivity to a TCN via a Local Tactical Network Transport On-the-Move delivers a mobile, Access Waveform for command and control vehicles during resilient, redundant tactical communications network. Long-Range Precision Fires at-the-halt and on-the move operations. Combat vehicles integrated with mobile tactical network Next Generation • transport equipment provide robust network communications, Network Operations and Security Center (NOSC) and Combat Vehicles NOSC-Lite (NOSC-L) provide network management mission command and situational awareness both on-the- and enhanced tactical network planning, administration, move crossing austere battlefield locations and at-the-halt in Future Vertical Lift stationary command posts. monitoring and response capabilities. Army Network Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROGRAM STATUS Combat vehicles integrated with Tactical Network Transport On- FY16-FY18: • Soldier Lethality Fielding to Active Component Infantry and Stryker Brigade º the-Move communications, mission command and situational awareness allow commanders to lead from anywhere on the Combat Teams (BCTs) and division headquarters (HQs) battlefield. Tactical Network Transport capability enables º Successful development of TCN-L and NOSC-L for Soldiers operating in remote and challenging terrain to maintain Fielding to Infantry BCTs ACQUISITION º voice, video and data communications, with connectivity Decision to curtail procurement after FY18 LIFE CYCLE PHASE rivaling that found in a stationary command post. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS FY19-FY23: • Technology Maturation & • º Tactical Communications Node (TCN) and Tactical Complete Fielding to Active Army Infantry and Stryker Risk Reduction BCTs and division HQs Communications Node-Lite (TCN-L) provide the principal Engineering & Manufacturing network backbone element and support command post Development operations. While at-the halt, the TCN is equipped with a 10 meter, extendable mast to improve line-of-sight connectivity Production & Deployment and larger satellite assemblage for high throughput. Operations & Support • Point of Presence (PoP), installed on select combat platforms at division, brigade and battalion echelons, enables mobile mission command by providing on-the- move network connectivity, both line-of-sight and beyond- line-of-sight. • Soldier Network Extension (SNE), installed on select vehicles to provide on-the-move network communications, extends the network. Using its on-the-move satellite communication systems, the SNE can also be used to heal and extend remote tactical radio networks. UNITED STATES ARMY 120

123 Tactical Network Transport FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics (Taunton, MA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 121

124 Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, ACAT I Wireless-Guided (TOW) Missiles PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION sensor located in the main charge and optimizes warhead DESCRIPTION PRIORITY effectiveness. The TOW BB can defeat double reinforced The Close Combat Missile System – Heavy (CCMS-H) TOW concrete walls at range. (Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, Wireless-Guided and Long-Range Precision Fires Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, Wire-Guided) Missile is a Next Generation BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER heavy anti-tank/precision assault weapon system consisting Combat Vehicles The TOW Missile provides the warfighter with precise, lethal, of a launcher and a missile. The gunner defines the aim point direct fires against main battle tanks, field fortifications, heavy by maintaining the sight crosshairs on the target. The launcher Future Vertical Lift weapons teams, snipers and other targets of opportunity while automatically steers the missile along the line-of-sight toward Army Network the aim point via a one-way radio frequency link, which links the minimizing collateral damage. Air and Missile Defense launcher and missile. SPECIFICATIONS Soldier Lethality TOW missiles are employed on the High Mobility Multipurpose • Weight: 49.8 pounds (65 pounds encased) • Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV)-mounted Improved Target Length: 49 inches Acquisition System, Stryker Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) • Diameter: 6 inches (8.6 inches encased) • Range: 4,500 meters (TOW 2B Aero) Vehicles, and Bradley Fighting Vehicles (A2/A2ODS/A2OIF/A3) ACQUISITION within the Infantry, Stryker and Armor Brigade Combat Teams, LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROGRAM STATUS respectively. TOW missiles are also employed on the Marine HMMWV-mounted Saber, LAV-ATGM Vehicle and AH1W Cobra • FY16: Materiel Solution Analysis Accepted 1,001 missiles for the United States in attack helicopter (wired variants only). TOW is also employed º Technology Maturation & accordance with the FY06-FY11 multiyear contract by allied nations on a variety of ground and airborne platforms Risk Reduction (wired variants only). delivery schedule Engineering & Manufacturing Awarded the Program Year Five funding on the FY12-FY16 º Development The TOW 2B Aero is the most modern and capable missile in the TOW multiyear contract Awarded the FY21 Multiyear Production Contract • TOW family, with an extended maximum range to 4,500 meters. F Y17: Production & Deployment Awarded Program Year Two of the FY17-FY21 FY18: • The TOW 2B Aero defeats all threat armor systems. The TOW Operations & Support 2B Aero Gen2 also incorporates an advanced counteractive Multiyear Production Contract protection system capability. The TOW 2B flies over the target, PROJECTED ACTIVITIES detects the target and fires two downward-directed, explosively • FY19-FY23: The TOW Obsolescence and Safety formed penetrator warheads into the target. Engineering Change will improve gunner safety, address The TOW Bunker Buster (BB) is optimized for performance parts obsolescence and improve production against urban structures, earthen bunkers, field fortifications and light-skinned armor threats. The TOW BB has an impact UNITED STATES ARMY 122

125 TOW Missiles FOREIGN MILITARY SALES The TOW weapon system has been sold to more than 43 allied nations over the life of the system. CONTRACTORS Raytheon Missile Systems (Tucson, AZ) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 123

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128 Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) ACAT II PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) • 1QFY16: AFATDS 7.0 Software Modernization Request for provides fully automated support for planning, coordinating, Proposal release Long-Range Precision Fires 2QF Y17: controlling and executing fires and effects such as mortars, • Next Generation º field artillery cannons, rockets and missiles, close air support, AFATDS v6.8.1.1P1 First Unit Equipped Combat Vehicles attack aviation and naval surface fire-support systems. AFATDS AFATDS v6.8.1.1 Fielding º 3QFY17: interoperates and integrates with more than 80 different AFATDS v7.0 Contract re-award • Future Vertical Lift battlefield systems, including Navy and Air Force command Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and control weapon systems and German, French, Turkish and Air and Missile Defense AFATDS v7.0 Limited Deployment Decision in 3QFY20: • Italian fire-support systems. support of Fielding Decision Soldier Lethality AFATDS fuses the essential situational awareness data, intelligence information and targeting data in near real-time to make effective targeting decisions that align with Mission Command guidance and priorities. It pairs targets to weapons ACQUISITION to provide optimum use of fire-support assets and timely LIFE CYCLE PHASE execution of fire missions. Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Technology Maturation & AFATDS provides the Army, Navy and Marine Corps with Risk Reduction automated fire-support command, control and communications. Engineering & Manufacturing It is used to plan, execute and deliver lethal and nonlethal effects. Development AFATDS also provides joint/coalition situational awareness for fires execution and mission management. Production & Deployment Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS Windows software that runs on ruggedized laptop computer • UNITED STATES ARMY 126

129 AFATDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Australia, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Portugal, Taiwan and Turkey CONTRACTORS Leidos (Reston, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 127

130 Air and Missile Defense Planning and Control System (AMDPCS) ACAT II PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Air and Missile Defense Planning and Control System • AMDPCS/ADAM provide the commander with Secure (AMDPCS) provides an automated command and control Internet Protocol Router Network/Non-Secure Internet Long-Range Precision Fires system to integrate air and missile defense planning and Protocol Router interfaces; high frequency, ultra Next Generation high frequency, very high frequency, satellite voice operations. Planning and operations functions include radar Combat Vehicles communications; and secure tactical data link interfaces and weapon systems analysis and emplacement locations that enable/support tactical ballistic missile early warning based on critical and defended asset lists/prioritization. It Future Vertical Lift and air defense planning/airspace management also supports intelligence preparation of the battlefield, using Army Network information collected by internal AMDPCS subsystems; joint AMDPCS includes shelters, automated data processing • Air and Missile Defense equipment, tactical communications, standard vehicles collaboration support for the development of airspace control measures utilized throughout the theater of operations; and (i.e., M1152 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Soldier Lethality (HMMWV)) and tactical power. It also includes the following logistics management activities, to ensure timely ammunition resupply and reduce repair cycle times. software systems for force and engagement operations: º Air and Missile Defense Workstation (AMDWS), a staff There are two configurations of AMDPCS (AMDPCS-A and planning and battlespace situational awareness tool ACQUISITION AMDPCS-B), which are deployed with Air Defense Artillery º Air Defense System Integrator (ADSI), a joint data link LIFE CYCLE PHASE processor and router providing external joint messages (ADA) batteries, battalions, brigades and U.S. Army Air and ADAM is a standard Command Post Platform shelter, Missile Defense Command (AAMDC). AMDPCS is the only • Materiel Solution Analysis mounted on a HMMWV with multiple radios, processors and system in the Army fleet to provide these capabilities. Technology Maturation & servers Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROGRAM STATUS Engineering & Manufacturing AMDPCS (AAMDC, brigade, battalion and battery echelons) Development • 3QFY16: uses a correlated, real-time joint and coalition air picture, to AMDWS Block V Contract Award (continues Common provide Soldiers with the ability to track aircraft outside their º Production & Deployment Operating Environment (COE) interface development and operational area, identify friend or foe platforms, reduce Operations & Support sustains interoperability requirements) fratricide and assist in integrating defense of the air battlespace. º Air Defense Airspace Management (ADAM) (corps, division and Received European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) Brigade Combat Team echelons) provides maneuver units with requirements, increasing production to support the pre- collaboration and staff planning capabilities through the use positioning of air defense equipment/capability ADAM COE for Army Warfighter Assessment (AWA) • of a correlated air picture, integrated and overlapping radar 1QF Y17: coverages, external tactical data links needed for the conduct 17.1 of airspace coordination/airspace management below 10,000 • 2QFY18: º Fielded AMDPCS configurations to 263rd AAMDC feet, and indirect fires deconfliction. (completes four of four AAMDC headquarters) UNITED STATES ARMY 128

131 Received Headquarters, Department of the Army directed º AMDPCS requirement to build four Maneuver Short Range Air Defense (M-SHORAD) battalions (AMDPCS command and control shelters in support of M-SHORAD effort) FOREIGN MILITARY SALES • 4QFY18: None º ADSI contract award (supports Army, joint and coalition tactical data link interoperability requirements) CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Huntsville, AL) º Fielded AMDPCS shelters to Army Prepositioned Stock in support of EDI PROJECTED ACTIVITIES FY19: Field one AMDPCS-A and one AMDPCS-B to 38th • ADA Brigade in Pacific Command • 1QFY20: ADAM COE projected for AWA 20.1 • FY20: Field one AMDPCS-B to Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) Battery 8 and one ADAM to 7th Infantry Division Headquarters • FY21: Field two M-SHORAD battalions to Active Component (AC) • FY22: Field two M-SHORAD battalions to AC • Field one AMDPCS-B to THAAD Battery 9 FY23: 2018 129 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

132 Airborne Reconnaissance Low (ARL) PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT II MODERNIZATION the Army ACAT II program of record requirements. There are DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Multifunction (ARL-M), currently seven ARL-M configured systems and there will be eight ARL-E configured systems and one trainer. designated EO-5C, is a legacy manned multisensor, day Long-Range Precision Fires and night, all-weather Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance, Next Generation BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Reconnaissance (AISR) system. It consists of a modified Combat Vehicles De Havilland Canada (DHC)-7 fixed-wing aircraft equipped ARL provides tactical commanders with day and night, all- with Communications Intelligence and Imagery Intelligence weather, real-time airborne COMINT/IMINT collection and a Future Vertical Lift designated area surveillance system. It provides real-time (COMINT/IMINT), Ground Moving Target Indicator/Synthetic Army Network down-link of actionable intelligence to Brigade Combat Teams Aperture Radar and Electro-Optical and Infrared (EO/IR) Full- Air and Missile Defense and higher echelons across the full range of military operations, Motion Video (FMV) capability. Onboard operators control the payloads via open-architecture, multifunction workstations. including coalition support processes. Soldier Lethality Intelligence collected can be analyzed and disseminated from SPECIFICATIONS the onboard workstations in real time as well as recorded for post-mission analysis. Dual EO/IR Day/Night High-Definition F Sensors with Laser • Range Finding and Target Designation Capability ACQUISITION The Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E), • Tactical Signals and Communication Intelligence/Direction LIFE CYCLE PHASE designated RO-6A, is the Army’s newest manned multisensor, Finding Subsystems with Theater Net-Centric Geolocation day and night, all-weather AISR system. ARL-E consists of a Synthetic Aperture Radar and Ground/Dismount-Moving • Materiel Solution Analysis modified DHC-8-Q315 fixed-wing aircraft equipped with a Target Indicator Radar Technology Maturation & Hyperspectral Imagery/Long Range Radar reconfigurable payload with enhanced COMINT and IMINT • Risk Reduction • sensors including long-range Ground and Dismounted Moving DCGS-A enabled workstations Engineering & Manufacturing Target Indicator/Synthetic Aperture Radar high-definition EO/ Development PROGRAM STATUS IR FMV, and Hyperspectral Imagery. The sensors are controlled Project Manager, Sensor-Aerial Intelligence (PM 1QFY16: • and operated using onboard Distributed Common Ground Production & Deployment Station-Army (DCGS-A) multifunction workstations. Intelligence SAI) awarded Mission Equipment Package (MEP) contract Operations & Support for the ARL-E program; MEP integration will fulfill the ARL-E collected on the ARL-E can be analyzed and disseminated in real time; transmitted via Beyond Line of Sight satellite Capability Production Document sensor requirements • communication; or stored onboard for post-mission analysis. FY16: PM Fixed Wing (FW) delivered the first two ARL-E Cockpit/Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) modified aircraft for induction into the ARL-E MEP integration effort The more capable DHC-8-Q315 based ARL-E will replace the • F Y17: PM FW delivered two ARL-E Cockpit/ASE modified ARL-M systems (DHC-7) with the First Unit Equipped in Fiscal aircraft for induction into the ARL-E MEP integration effort Year 2020. By leveraging former Quick Reaction Capability • FY18: DHC-8 programs the Army has capitalized on the reutilization of previous Army investments, non-recurring engineering, PM SAI performs Systems Integration Laboratory/aircraft º improved airworthiness, and improved system availability for MEP integration UNITED STATES ARMY 130

133 PM FW delivered two ARL-E Cockpit/ASE º ARL PM FW awarded contract for ARL-M and ARL-E 2QFY18: • aircraft sustainment FOREIGN MILITARY SALES PROJECTED ACTIVITIES None 2QFY19: • Delivery of the first two ARL-E systems • 4QFY19: Complete Follow-On Test and Evaluation CONTRACTORS Adams Communications & Engineering Technology • 1QFY20: First Unit Equipped (Waldorf, MD) • 2QFY20: Delivery of fourth ARL-E system Leidos (Reston, VA) • FY19-FY23: Support force generation and sustainment of Northrop Grumman (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD) ARL-E and ARL-M Initiate divestment of legacy ARL-M (EO-5C) systems FY20: • 2018 131 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

134 Air Soldier System (Air SS) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The Air Soldier System (Air SS) is flight crew life support Capability Production Document approval/ 3QFY16: • Milestone C equipment that improves mission effectiveness and duration by Long-Range Precision Fires integrating protective clothing, personal electronics and survival • Completed first follow-on Development Test/ 4QFY16: Next Generation equipment. Mission and survival gear sustains the aviation Operational Test Combat Vehicles Completed UH-60L Operational Test • Soldier during severe weather, such as extreme heat and cold 2QFY18: or submersion, and protects the Soldier from flash fire, crash Future Vertical Lift PROJECTED ACTIVITIES impacts, and chemical and ballistic threats. Air SS reduces body- Army Network • 4QFY18: worn bulk and weight and provides a helmet-mounted display Air and Missile Defense º with symbology to improve flight crew coordination and safety Milestone C Decision Layered Clothing Full Rate Production (FRP) º in all conditions, including Degraded Visual Environments (DVE). Soldier Lethality Electronic Flight Bag FRP 2QFY19: • BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER 2QFY20: • Aircrew Combat Ensemble (ACE) Low Rate Initial Production Air SS, through a Soldier-as-a-System approach, improves • 1QFY21: ACE FRP cockpit compatibility by reducing body-worn bulk and weight, ACQUISITION enhances Situational Awareness (SA) and safety, including in LIFE CYCLE PHASE DVE, and increases possible mission duration while elevating effectiveness. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction • Mission Display Module and Soldier Computer Module Engineering & Manufacturing for UH-60A/L aviators provides SA, mission planning and Development execution, and command-and-control messaging Improved HGU-56/P Flight Helmet enhances SA and safety • Production & Deployment for aircrews Operations & Support • Electronic Flight Bag tactical tablet replaces paper-based information in the cockpit • Common Helmet Mounted Display offers digital, wide field of view, color flat-panel display for UH-60 and CH-47 aviators • Layered Clothing Ensemble improves mission effectiveness and endurance • 3D DVE conformal symbology improves SA and safety for UH-60 and CH-47 aviators • 72-hour Survival Items reduce bulk and weight UNITED STATES ARMY 132

135 Air SS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Government is the prime integrator with various vendors providing components. WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 133

136 Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT) ACAT II PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION Trailers are not self-propelled; they require external power • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY and water hose connection; external shore power preferred The Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT) is Army Requires contracted personnel support provided through • aviation’s only collective training system of record for Active, Long-Range Precision Fires field operations program management office Reserve and Army National Guard aviation units. AVCATT is Next Generation a mobile, transportable, multistation virtual simulation device Combat Vehicles PROGRAM STATUS that supports unit collective and combined arms training for 4QF Y17: helicopter aircrews. The trainer is composed of two trailers • Future Vertical Lift Achieved CH-47F concurrency per suite with six reconfigurable modules for the Apache º Army Network Longbow, Chinook, Lakota and Black Hawk. The Non- Software version 17.0 partially accredited º Air and Missile Defense Rated Crewmember Manned Module (NCM3) introduces a 2QF Y17: Headquarters, Department of the Army Execution • third trailer containing two reconfigurable modules that can Order 088-18 reduced Army Procurement Objective to 21 Soldier Lethality be linked to the AVCATT’s UH-60 Black Hawk and CH-47 AVCATT and 21 NCM3 Chinook cockpit configurations to support a unit’s specific PROJECTED ACTIVITIES mission training requirements. Both the AVCATT and NCM3 FY19: • use Helmet Mounted Displays for out-the-window scenes. ACQUISITION AVCATT achieves Full Operational Capability with the º LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER fielding of the last NCM3 Software version 18.0 Government Acceptance and AVCATT provides unit collective and combined arms air-to- º Materiel Solution Analysis Fielding ground training for AH-64, UH-60, CH-47 and UH-72 aircrews Technology Maturation & º within the Live, Virtual and Constructive-Integrated Training NCM3 technology refresh Risk Reduction • AVCATT enters Operations and Sustainment (O&S) FY20: Environment. The AVCATT also supports the training of nonrated Engineering & Manufacturing crew members in crew coordination, flight, aerial gunnery, and • FY22: NCM3 enters O&S Development hoist and sling-load related tasks via the NCM3. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support AVCAT T: • Consists of two wheel-mounted mobile trailers each measuring 53 feet long, 8.5 feet wide and 13.5 feet high • Recommended improved surface area for setup is 70 feet long by 35 feet wide NCM3: • Consists of one wheel-mounted mobile trailer measuring 53 feet long, 8.5 feet wide and 13.5 feet high Recommended improved surface area for setup is 60 feet • long by 25 feet wide UNITED STATES ARMY 134

137 AVCAT T FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS AVT Simulation (Orlando, FL) CymSTAR, LLC (Broken Arrow, OK) Cole Engineering Services, Inc. (Orlando, FL) Applied Companies (Valencia, CA) 2018 135 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

138 Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL ACAT II MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY CCTT trainers allow inexperienced Soldiers to gain critical Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) is designed to provide experience, confidence and tactical knowledge in a realistic, Infantry, Armor, Mechanized Infantry, Cavalry and Armored Long-Range Precision Fires but safe environment, which translates directly into increased Reconnaissance crews, units and staff with a virtual, collective Next Generation effectiveness in live training and combat operations. training capability that will increase and sustain readiness. Combat Vehicles Soldiers train using full-crew simulators, mock-up command SPECIFICATIONS posts and live battalion command posts to accomplish their Future Vertical Lift combined arms training tasks. Units can conduct multiple • 7 CCTT/Reconfigurable Vehicle Simulator fixed sites Army Network 7 CCTT mobile sites platoon-level training events, or company and team collective • Air and Missile Defense • 11 RVTT fixed sites training up to battalion task force level. CCTT allows for up to • 12 RVTT mobile sites 32 simultaneous, independent exercises. Soldier Lethality PROGRAM STATUS CCTT has three subsystems: CCTT, Reconfigurable Vehicle • Tactical Trainer (RVTT) and Dismounted Soldier Training 4QF Y17: System (DSTS). The CCTT system consists of computer-driven, º Completed divestment of DSTS ACQUISITION manned-module simulators replicating the many fighting Began fielding Bradley Fire Support Team upgrades º LIFE CYCLE PHASE 1QFY17-3QFY18: Source selection evaluation for Manned • vehicles found in close combat units. Semi-Automated Forces Module Modernization Contract (SAF) populate the battlefield with computer-generated friendly Materiel Solution Analysis Contract award for CCTT Post Deployment • and enemy entities that work interactively with the manned 2QFY18: Technology Maturation & modules. These simulators and SAFs are connected via a local Software Support re-compete Risk Reduction area network to provide real-time, fully interactive, collective • 3QFY18: Engineering & Manufacturing Award trailer support contract º task training on computer-generated terrain. Development º Completion of CCTT concurrency contract The RVTT component complements the CCTT family with a Completion of 18.2 installations º Production & Deployment Complete Foreign Military Sales Australia Letter of º representation of a wide variety of wheeled vehicles. It supports Operations & Support Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Airborne, Rangers and Special Agreement 4QFY18: • Forces units as well as improvised explosive device-defeat CCTT re-accreditation º training. Contract award for Manned Module Modernization º DSTS is a virtual trainer focused on the individual Soldier and squad-level training that combines gaming technology in a virtual, 360-degree training environment using untethered weapons. It provides an immersive training environment of an extensive variety of dismounted Soldier tasks. UNITED STATES ARMY 136

139 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES CCTT • Completion of 19 installations 1QFY19: • 4QFY19: Prepare for transition to Sustainment • 1QFY20: System transitions to Sustainment FOREIGN MILITARY SALES System divestment 1QFY21-4QFY23: • None CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin Training and Logistics Solutions (Orlando, FL) AVT Simulation (Orlando, FL) 2018 137 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

140 Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS) ACAT II PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • EMARSS-S: Signals Intelligence with Broad Spectrum The Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Signals Intelligence and High Definition (HD) Full Motion Surveillance System (EMARSS) provides a persistent airborne Long-Range Precision Fires Video (FMV) intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capability to Next Generation EMARSS-G: • detect, locate, classify, identify and track surface targets with Geospatial intelligence with Wide Area Aerial Combat Vehicles a high degree of timeliness and accuracy during day, night and Surveillance (WAAS), Light Detection and Ranging, and HD nearly all weather conditions. It enhances Brigade Combat Team FMV Future Vertical Lift • effectiveness by defining and assessing the communications Multi-intelligence with Signals Intelligence and EMARSS-M: Army Network environment and providing surveillance, targeting support and HD FMV Air and Missile Defense • Vehicle and Dismount Exploitation Radar with EMARSS-V: threat warning. Vehicle and Dismount Moving Target Indication, Signals Soldier Lethality EMARSS contains a tailored set of Distributed Common Intelligence and HD FMV Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) enabled software intelligence, PROGRAM STATUS surveillance and reconnaissance functionalities to process, • FY16: exploit and rapidly disseminate the intelligence derived from the EMARSS achieved Urgent Materiel Release (UMR) for ACQUISITION EMARSS-S imagery sensors. Selected EMARSS imagery is immediately LIFE CYCLE PHASE 3QFY16: processed on the aircraft and forwarded to DCGS-A for further Deployed two EMARSS-S variants to U.S. Africa • Command (AFRICOM) and one EMARSS-S variant to U.S. processing, analysis and reporting. Materiel Solution Analysis Southern Command Technology Maturation & EMARSS complies with Department of Defense (DOD) • F Y17: Delivered Initial Variant Modification for EMARSS-G, Risk Reduction Information Technology Standards Registry and Defense -M and -V variants Engineering & Manufacturing 2QF Y17: • Follow-on Operational Test and Evaluation was Information Systems Network. This architecture enables Development completed interoperability with any multiservice or joint system that complies with DOD standard formats for data transfer and Deployed two EMARSS-V and one EMARSS-G • 4QF Y17: Production & Deployment dissemination. variants to U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) Operations & Support • FY18: Conducted testing on aircraft modification kits BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER that provide increased endurance in high-altitude, hot EMARSS enables the Aerial Exploitation Battalions within the temperature environments • Intelligence and Security Command to provide command and 2QFY18: EMARSS achieved UMR for all variants control, mission planning, sustainment support and deployment º Deployed two EMARSS-G and one EMARSS-M variants packages to facilitate worldwide missions in accordance with º to CENTCOM and one EMARSS-G variant to AFRICOM standard joint and Army tasking processes. UNITED STATES ARMY 138

141 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES EMARSS Complete Delivery and Fielding of 24 EMARSS FY19: • systems 1QFY19: • Attain Conditional Materiel Release for all EMARSS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES variants None • FY19-FY23: Sustain 24 EMARSS systems º CONTRACTORS Boeing (Ridley Park, PA) Develop and procure Pre-Planned Product Improvements º L3 Aerospace Systems (Greenville, TX) and upgrades to the EMARSS system, including cockpit Sierra Nevada Corporation (Hagerstown, MD) displays, navigation systems, aircraft survivability Adams Communications & Engineering Technology, equipment, signals intelligence systems, Light Detection Inc. (Waldorf, MD) and Ranging (LIDAR) sensor system and WAAS 2018 139 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

142 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The AN/PSQ-20 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG) • Type Classification – Standard 4QFY16: provides dismounted Brigade Combat Team warfighters the • 2QFY18: First Article Test Long-Range Precision Fires capability to observe and maneuver in all weather conditions, Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES through obscurants, during limited visibility and under all lighting Combat Vehicles 1QFY19: • conditions while enabling rapid detection and engagement ENVG III Full Materiel Release º with rifle-mounted aiming lasers. ENVG uses both image Future Vertical Lift ENVG III Production begins º intensification and infrared (thermal) sensors. Army Network ENVG III fieldings begin in accordance with 2QFY19: • Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Headquarters Department of the Army G-8 priorities ENVG I/II/III allows the individual Soldier to see, understand Soldier Lethality and act first during limited visibility conditions. The systems combine the visual detail in low-light conditions that is provided by image intensification with the thermal sensor’s ability to see through fog, dust and smoke. This thermal capability makes ACQUISITION ENVG useful during the day as well as at night, unlike earlier LIFE CYCLE PHASE night vision devices. Materiel Solution Analysis ENVG III receives wirelessly transmitted weapon sight Technology Maturation & crosshair and thermal imagery from the Family of Weapon Risk Reduction Sights-Individual, thus providing a Rapid Target Acquisition Engineering & Manufacturing (RTA) capability. RTA enables Soldiers to detect, recognize and Development engage targets accurately from any carry position and with significantly reduced exposure to enemy fire. Production & Deployment Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS • Man-sized target recognition: º 80 percent probability at 150 meters (threshold) and 300 meters (objective) º 50 percent probability at 300 meters (threshold) and 550 meters (objective) • Total system weight: º Less than 2 pounds (threshold) and 1.5 pounds (objective) • Operating hours (continuous fusion): Greater than 7.5 hours (threshold) and 15 hours (objective) º UNITED STATES ARMY 140

143 ENVG FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Harris (Roanoke, VA) L3 Warrior Sensor Systems (Londonderry, NH) Leonardo DRS (Melbourne, FL, and Dallas, TX) BAE Systems (Nashua, NH) 2018 141 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

144 Enhanced Night Vision Goggle - Binocular (ENVG-B) ACAT II PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION • Total system weight: DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Less than 2.5 pounds (threshold) and 1.5 pounds º The Enhanced Night Vision Goggle – Binocular (ENVG-B) provides dismounted Brigade Combat Team warfighters the (objective) Long-Range Precision Fires Operating hours (continuous fusion): capability to observe and maneuver in all weather conditions, • Next Generation through obscurants, during limited visibility and under º Greater than 7.5 hours (threshold) and 15 hours (objective) Combat Vehicles all lighting conditions while enabling rapid detection and PROGRAM STATUS engagement with rifle-mounted aiming lasers. ENVG-B uses Future Vertical Lift image intensification, infrared (thermal) sensors and augmented Approved Directed Requirement 1QFY18: • Army Network reality enhancements. The introduction of the “White Light” Initial Combat Solution (ICS) ENVG-B 3QFY18: • Air and Missile Defense tube allows the user to see imagers in a white field instead of contract awarded 4QFY18: • Limited User Evaluation (LUE) 1 for ICS ENVG-B the current green background. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES 1QFY19: ENVG-B allows the individual Soldier to see, understand and act Award Other Transaction Authority to multiple • vendors for Full & Open (F&O) ENVG-B first during limited visibility conditions. The goggles combine ACQUISITION 2QFY19: LUE 2 for ICS ENVG-B • the visual detail in low-light conditions that is provided by image LIFE CYCLE PHASE intensification with the thermal sensor’s ability to see through • 4QFY19: Initial fielding for ICS ENVG-B Fielding of F&O ENVG-B fog, dust and smoke. This thermal capability makes ENVG-B • 4QFY21: Materiel Solution Analysis useful during the day as well as at night, unlike earlier night Technology Maturation & vision devices. Higher resolution stereoscopic displays allow Risk Reduction for faster target acquisition by improving separation of targets Engineering & Manufacturing from background. Additionally, ENVG-B will receive wirelessly Development transmitted weapon sight crosshair and thermal imagery from the Family of Weapon Sights-Individual; thus, providing Production & Deployment a Rapid Target Acquisition capability that enables Soldiers to Operations & Support detect, recognize and engage targets accurately from any carry position and with significantly reduced exposure to enemy fire. SPECIFICATIONS • Man-sized target recognition: 80 percent probability at 150 meters (threshold) and 300 º meters (objective) 50 percent probability at 300 meters (threshold) and 550 º meters (objective) UNITED STATES ARMY 142

145 ENVG-B FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS L3 Warrior Sensor Systems (Londonderry, NH) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 143

146 Fixed Wing PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT II MODERNIZATION the development of the Fixed Wing Utility Aircraft (FUA), a DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Army fixed wing aviation units serve as intelligence and retirement and replacement program for the aging fleet of electronic warfare assets, provide timely movement of key C-12 and C-26 aircraft in the Operational Support Aircraft Long-Range Precision Fires fleet. personnel to critical locations throughout the theater of Next Generation Transport and SEMA fleets are continuously modernized operations, and support worldwide peacetime contingencies • Combat Vehicles with the most current communication, navigation, and humanitarian relief efforts. The fixed wing fleet consists of 285 aircraft comprised of nine missions, 11 designs and 32 surveillance and survivability systems that enhance Future Vertical Lift series. All Army fixed wing aircraft are commercial derivative mobility and expeditionary capabilities to provide superior Army Network aircraft and are divided into two categories: Special Electronic force projection in both contested and non-contested Air and Missile Defense Mission Aircraft (SEMA) and Transport Aircraft. environments. Soldier Lethality PROGRAM STATUS BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Army fixed wing aviation units serve as intelligence and • 1QF Y17: electronic warfare assets, and provide timely movement of C-12 fleet continues to undergo the Automated º Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Out Modification to key personnel to critical locations throughout the theater of ACQUISITION operations. meet the Federal Aviation Administration’s Global Air LIFE CYCLE PHASE Traffic Management (GATM) mandate in January 2020 SPECIFICATIONS º UC-35 fleet is also undergoing an extensive avionics Materiel Solution Analysis The SEMA Product Directorate manages aerial intelligence, • upgrade to meet all GATM mandates and a cockpit Technology Maturation & surveillance and reconnaissance programs such as refresh to address obsolesce issues Risk Reduction 2QF Y17: C-147 delivery to the Golden Knights Parachute the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and • Engineering & Manufacturing Demonstration Team Surveillance System, Airborne Reconnaissance Low- Development • FUA will issue a Request for Project Proposals for 4QFY18: Enhanced, and Guardrail/Common Sensor. These programs prototype demonstrators are featured individually in the WSH. Production & Deployment The Transport Aircraft Product Office manages two distinct • Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES fleets of aircraft: the Mission Support Aircraft fleet consists of aircraft such as the T-6 trainer used by the Army Test 2QFY19: • FUA will award a FUA prototype demonstration contract and Evaluation Command; the UV-18, C-147 and C-31 Second C-147A delivery • 4QFY19: used by the Golden Knights Parachute Team; a variety FUA Milestone C and Low Rate Initial Production • 3QFY20: of Quick Reaction Capability aircraft, one example is the Night Eagle aircraft, an asset capable of locating emplaced Contract Award improvised explosive devices; and the Operational Support Aircraft fleet, which includes aircraft used for personnel and executive transport like the C-12, C-26, UC-35, C-20 and C-37. The Transport Aircraft Product Office also oversees UNITED STATES ARMY 144

147 Fixed Wing FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Greece and Israel CONTRACTORS Adams Communications & Engineering Technology (Reston, VA) DynCorp International (McLean, VA) Gulfstream (Savannah, GA) L3 Aerospace Systems (Greenville, TX) Leidos (Reston, VA) Northrop Grumman Technology Services (Dallas, TX) King Aerospace (Addison, TX) Sierra Nevada Corporation (Sparks, NV) Support Systems Associates, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) Systems Engineering Solutions, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) Textron Aviation (Wichita, KS) 2018 145 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

148 Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT II MODERNIZATION º One kitchen system DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Each Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) system is a high- º One laundry system quality force projection capability that contains billeting, latrines, º One refrigerated container Long-Range Precision Fires Six 60-kW generators and power distribution equipment º showers, laundry and kitchen facilities. The system includes fuel Next Generation support, water and waste management, environmental control Eight modular personnel tents (air supported) each with º Combat Vehicles environmental control unit (ECU) units, power generation and power distribution to support 50- º Two 400,000 British-thermal-unit water heaters 150 Soldiers. Future Vertical Lift º One improved fuel distribution system Army Network All system components weigh less than 10,000 pounds • FPE is stored in Army Prepositioned Stocks 1, 2, 4 and Air and Missile Defense 5 to support combatant commanders’ requirements. All PROGRAM STATUS system components weigh less than 10,000 pounds and are Soldier Lethality 2QFY18-2QFY19: Energy efficient modification of ECUs prepackaged for rapid transport via air (C-130, C-141, C-5 and • Type Classification – Standard/Full Materiel 3QFY18: • C-17), sea, road or rail. Release Additional operational add-on kits include cold-weather kits, • 3QFY18-1QFY20: Integration of Rigid Wall Shelters ACQUISITION prime-power kits, large-scale electric kitchens, administration LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROJECTED ACTIVITIES kits and morale welfare and recreation kits. Energy efficiency • capabilities include a shower water reuse system, energy Integration of Self-Serve Laundry capability FY19: Materiel Solution Analysis saving solar shades and insulating liners. These operational Technology Maturation & energy upgrades reduce fuel, power and water requirements. Risk Reduction Tents in FPE use AirBeam shelter technology, which reduces Engineering & Manufacturing setup time from days to hours. Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Production & Deployment FPE allows combatant commands to project force anywhere Operations & Support around the world within 24 to 48 hours. It provides configurable, containerized, expeditionary Soldier sustainment capability designed to improve the Soldier’s performance, while reducing fuel, power and water consumption rates. SPECIFICATIONS A 150-Soldier FPE set deploys triple containers (TRICON) • consisting of: º Two latrine systems º Two shower systems UNITED STATES ARMY 146

149 FPE FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Force Provider Assembly: Letterkenny Army Depot (Chambersburg, PA); Ready One (San Antonio, TX) Expeditionary TRICON Kitchen System and Force Provider Electric Kitchen: Tri-Tech USA, Inc. (South Burlington, VT) Airbean Tent: HDT (Solon, OH) HDT (Solon, OH) Environmental Control: Mobile Electric Power Distribution System Replacement: Lex Products Corp. (Stamford, CT) 2018 147 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

150 Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control (FAAD C2) ACAT II PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION • Ku-band Radio Frequency System Radar DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Lightweight Surveillance Tracking and Acquisition Radar Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control (FAAD • Giraffe Agile Multi-Beam • C2) software provides critical C2, situational awareness and Long-Range Precision Fires Various electro-optical/infrared cameras • automated air track information by integrating engagement Next Generation operations software to support multiple missions, including: Combat Vehicles FAAD C2 provides joint C2 interoperability and horizontal • Avenger • integration with Army and USMC C2 and air defense Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Intercept Land- Future Vertical Lift artillery systems. based Phalanx Weapon System Army Network Army Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System • Air and Missile Defense • Maneuver Short Range Air Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) Mobile Aerial Defense • Soldier Lethality FAAD C2 provides a real-time correlated air picture of the Integrated System Army Mission Command • battlespace, with positive aircraft identification, for early detection, warning and response to forward deployed forces. FAAD C2 supports air defense and C-RAM weapon systems ACQUISITION SPECIFICATIONS engagement operations by tracking friendly and enemy aircraft, LIFE CYCLE PHASE • FAAD C2 is currently hosted on a SRNC-17 laptop computer cruise missiles, unmanned aircraft systems, and mortar and rocket rounds as identified by radar systems. The system and Dell 7212 tablet computer Materiel Solution Analysis also performs C2 engagement operations for Short Range Air Technology Maturation & PROGRAM STATUS Defense and C-RAM system-of-systems. Risk Reduction 1QFY16: • Urgent Material Release (UMR) – FAAD v5.5C-2.2 Engineering & Manufacturing Full Material Release (FMR) – FAAD v5.5C-2.0 FAAD C2 uses the following communication systems: 2QFY16: • Development • Link 16 • UMR – FAAD v5.5C-2.3p1 3QFY16: Link 11/11B • 4QF Y17: • Production & Deployment UMR – FAAD v5.6A -1.0p1 º Joint Range Extension Application Protocol • Operations & Support º FMR – FAAD C2 v5.5C-2.2p1 Advanced Tactical Data Link • 1QFY18: • Dedicated Fire Control Networks • º System Certification Testing – FAAD v5.6A-1.0p1.1 Army Interoperability Certification Testing – FAAD v5.6A- FAAD C2 provides an air picture to engagement and force º 1.0p1.1 operations via standard interfaces and based on data gathered from various sensors. FAAD C2 is integrated with the following Joint Interoperability Certification – FAAD v5.6A- 2QFY18: • sensor systems, including but not limited to: 1.0p1 3QFY18: • AN/MPG-64 Sentinel • Full Software Release – FAAD C2 v5.5C-2.2p3 AN/TPQ-50 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar • AN/TPQ-53 Counterfire Target Acquisition Radar • UNITED STATES ARMY 148

151 • 4QFY18: FA AD C2 UMR – FAAD v5.6A-2.2 º º UMR – FAAD v5.6A-1.0p1.1 and v5.6A-1.0p3 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Australia and Egypt FMR – FAAD v5.6A-1.0p1.1 and v5.6A-1.0p3 • 1QFY19: • 2QFY20: FMR – FAAD v5.6B-1.0 CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Redondo Beach, CA) • 4QFY21: FMR – FAAD v5.6C-1.0 • 2QFY23: FMR – FAAD v5.6D-1.0 2018 149 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

152 Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS) ACAT II PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION 4QFY18: • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY º Hardware Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) The Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS) is a counter explosive hazard system that provides standoff detection and contract award Long-Range Precision Fires ECP 1 and 2 Development and Integration Contract Award º marking of metallic and low-metallic surface-laid, shallow- Next Generation buried antitank landmines, trigger mechanisms and deep buried Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in support of area access Development Test and Limited User Test for ECP route clearance operations. HMDS is a mission equipment 2QFY19: • Future Vertical Lift 1 and 2 package mounted on current and programmed Husky vehicles Army Network Initial Operational Capability of HMDS baseline 3QFY19: • organic to engineer units. Air and Missile Defense system to the Army BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Production and Engineering Support IDIQ contract 2QFY20: • Soldier Lethality (supports production and ECP 3 and 4 development) HMDS is the only vehicle-mounted sensor in the Army inventory capable of interrogating and detecting buried explosive hazards. It provides increased standoff distance and protection for the operator. HMDS will operate in complex and urban terrain, ACQUISITION minimize warfighter workload and move the warfighter out of LIFE CYCLE PHASE the blast zone. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & The baseline HMDS ground penetrating radar system (variant Risk Reduction used in theater and being fielded as a program of record to Engineering & Manufacturing the force) will be modified incrementally to provide additional Development capability through four Engineering Change Proposals (ECP). Production & Deployment Wire Detection and Infrared Illumination for detection • ECP 1: Operations & Support of victim operated IED indicators and improved night operations • ECP 2: Upgraded Mission Computer and Risk Management Framework compliance • Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar ECP 3: • ECP 4 : Deep buried and degraded radar environment detection capability PROGRAM STATUS Milestone C, entered Production and Deployment. 4QF Y17: • UNITED STATES ARMY 150

153 HMDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Chemring Sensors & Electronic Systems (Sterling, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 151

154 Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) ACAT II PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY I-MILES allows Soldiers to train as they fight using their The Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) is designed to simulate both the firing tactical equipment and adding I-MILES equipment. Soldiers Long-Range Precision Fires capabilities and the vulnerability of dismounted troops, tactical can function fully and operate as they would in a cooperative Next Generation vehicles and combat vehicles and to objectively assess environment with other local units or multinational partners. Combat Vehicles weapon effects during training. This provides unit commanders SPECIFICATIONS an integrated training system to use at the home station local Future Vertical Lift training area and instrumented training areas. It will replace Works with a variety of weapon platforms • Army Network legacy systems at the end of useful life and in accordance with • Uses laser transmitter that sends simulated laser MILES Air and Missile Defense the Army-wide distribution plan. code at laser detectors attached to Soldiers, vehicles, etc. • Uses Class 3A/3R lasers to replicate the engagement Soldier Lethality I-MILES is a laser-based training device used on Soldiers, small effects of line-of-sight weapon systems Capable of operating between 100 and 336 hours without • arms, tactical vehicles, tanks, Bradley Fighting Vehicles and opposing forces (OPFOR) to provide real-time casualty effects. power source replacement The I-MILES program is comprised of five product lines: ACQUISITION PROGRAM STATUS Individual Weapon System (IWS) • LIFE CYCLE PHASE Tactical Vehicle System (TVS) • • Combat Vehicle Tactical Engagment Simulation System Combat Vehicle System 2,068 kits will have been fielded; Abrams/ • (CV TESS): F Y17: Materiel Solution Analysis Bradley and OPFOR platforms Shoulder Launched Munitions • Technology Maturation & Operations and Support FY18: • • Universal Controller Device Risk Reduction Contract completion 3QFY18: • Engineering & Manufacturing Together, these provide the ability to adjudicate force-on-force Development PROJECTED ACTIVITIES training and provide data used in the After Action Review. It is an CVTESS: FY19-FY38: • evolutionary approach to replace older I-MILES equipment with Technology Refreshment to maintain Production & Deployment program relevancy and to support Force-on-Force training devices that provide better training fidelity. Use of the system, Operations & Support as weapons platforms evolve from squad-through-brigade-level exercises, reinforces good Technology Refreshment to maintain • tactical maneuver skills by training Soldiers how to avoid IWS 2: FY19-FY38: program relevancy and to support Force-on-Force training direct fire as well as reward good target engagement ability. The system interfaces with instruments at both home stations as weapons platforms evolve TVS: FY19-FY38: Technology Refreshment to maintain • and Combat Training Centers. The I-MILES modular design will accommodate new weapons, ammunition, vulnerabilities and program relevancy and to support Force-on-Force training vehicle types. The Army will use and field I-MILES worldwide. as weapons platforms evolve Vehicle Tactical Engagment Simulation System: FY19- • FY21: Fulfill TVS Basis of Issue of 9,004 Kits UNITED STATES ARMY 152

155 I-MILES FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Cubic Global Defense (San Diego, CA) Saab Training USA, LLC (Orlando, FL) Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems (Orlando, FL) 2018 153 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

156 Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 2QFY16: • The Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) provides the Army Mobility º Milestone C Augmentation Companies and Brigade Engineer Battalions Long-Range Precision Fires º supporting Armored Brigade Combat Teams (ABCT) with a Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) Contract Award Next Generation FY16-FY18: LRIP Test Asset Production survivable, deployable and sustainable heavy-assault-bridging • Combat Vehicles Live Fire Test and Evaluation • 2QFY18: capability. The JAB will provide a gap-crossing capability to cross wet or dry gaps to provide freedom of maneuver on the Future Vertical Lift PROJECTED ACTIVITIES battlefield and keep pace with Abrams ABCT operations. The Army Network JAB is a M1A1 Abrams tank hull with heavy (M1A2) suspension 3QFY18-1QFY19: Production Qualification Test • Air and Missile Defense integrated with a hydraulic bridge launcher system to launch 2QFY19: Initial Developmental Test /Operational Test • FY20-FY23: Production and Fielding • the existing Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge (AVLB) Military Soldier Lethality Load Class 95 Scissor Bridge. The JAB improves survivability, mobility and supportability for the warfighter. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACQUISITION The JAB provides survivability equal to the M1A1 chassis. It is LIFE CYCLE PHASE the sustainable system designated to replace the AVLB system (chassis and launcher), which is mounted on an obsolete and Materiel Solution Analysis unsupportable chassis. The M1A1 Abrams chassis base makes Technology Maturation & this system more affordable than the Wolverine (M1A2 System Risk Reduction Enhancement Program-based). The JAB will replace the AVLB Engineering & Manufacturing system (chassis and launcher) on a 1-for-1 basis up to 337 JAB Development systems. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support • Military load capacity: 85 tons • Span: 18.3 meters Performance: Comparable to the M-1 Abrams and Assault • Breacher Vehicle UNITED STATES ARMY 154

157 JAB FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leonardo DRS (St. Louis, MO) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 155

158 Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P) PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT II MODERNIZATION Provides capability to pinpoint locations through sensor • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY integration Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P), fielded to the first unit equipped in May 2015, is the Army’s next-generation, friendly • Offers improved user interface Long-Range Precision Fires Generates Electronic Casualty Report force tracking system, equipping Soldiers with a faster satellite • Next Generation network, secure data encryption and advanced logistics. It • Facilitates improved route planning Combat Vehicles • Utilizes universal hardware through the MFoCS incorporates the common hardware solution known as the Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS), standardized Integrates with Nett Warrior handheld devices hybrid • Future Vertical Lift network tactical computers that are scalable and tailorable to the mission Army Network and vehicle. Ranging in options from a detachable tablet to Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS a fully loaded, vehicle-mounted workstation. MFoCS runs • 1QF Y17: Joint (U.S. Marine Corps) Initial Operational not only JBC-P, but can also run other software applications Soldier Lethality reducing size, weight and power demands. Capability • Full Materiel Release 2QFY18: • MFoCS Block II Contract Award JBC-P builds on the situational awareness capability known 4QFY18: as Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below/Blue Force ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Tracking, which is integrated on more than 120,000 platforms LIFE CYCLE PHASE and is fielded or authorized to every Brigade Combat Team in • 1QFY20: JBC-P software transition to Sustainment • the Army. The system also includes an intuitive interface with Blue Force Tracker 3/Next Gen hardware 3QFY22: Materiel Solution Analysis Operational Test features like touch-to-zoom maps and drag-and-drop icons. Technology Maturation & JBC-P will be interoperable with the Nett Warrior handheld • 3QFY23: Full Operational Capability Risk Reduction device, managed by Program Executive Office Soldier, Engineering & Manufacturing delivering situational awareness capabilities to dismounted Development Soldiers. Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Operations & Support JBC-P is the Army’s next friendly force tracking system, equipping Soldiers with a faster satellite network, secure data encryption and advanced logistics. SPECIFICATIONS • Enables Soldiers to receive orders, view graphical overlays and obtain situational awareness of friendly, hostile, neutral, unknown and noncombatant entities Allows communications between Soldiers, including free • draw, text, chat and combat messages UNITED STATES ARMY 156

159 JBC-P FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Software Development (Government Performing): Software Engineering Directorate (SED), U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (Huntsville, AL) Leonardo DRS (Melbourne, FL) MFoCS Hardware: Viasat (Carlsbad, CA) Satellite Network Upgrade: 2018 157 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

160 Joint Effects Targeting System (JETS) Target Location Designation System (TLDS) ACAT II PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 3QFY16: • The Joint Effects Targeting System (JETS) Target Location Milestone C • 4QFY16: Production Contract Award Designation System (TLDS) is an Army-led, joint-interest Long-Range Precision Fires • program with the Air Force and Marine Corps to develop Initial Operational Test and Evaluation 2QFY18: Next Generation 4QFY18: • and field a one-man-portable, handheld capability to rapidly Combat Vehicles Type Classification-Standard º acquire, precisely locate and accurately engage targets with º Materiel Release precision-guided munitions, and improve the effectiveness of Future Vertical Lift engagement with unguided munitions. Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • 1QFY19: Full Rate Production JETS addresses a high-priority capability gap for a lightweight, Soldier Lethality highly accurate targeting system that allows a single Soldier to engage targets with precision munitions (e.g., Joint Direct Attack Munition, Excalibur and laser-guided weapons) and provide the warfighter with crucial digital connectivity to request and ACQUISITION control indirect fires and close air support from all joint assets. LIFE CYCLE PHASE JETS allows small units supported by Army forward observers or Joint Tactical Area Communications Systems to have access Materiel Solution Analysis to precision targeting in all operational environments. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing • System weight: Handheld target locator module weighs Development less than 5.5 pounds (threshold) and 3 pounds (objective); system weight less than or equal to 17 pounds Production & Deployment Target Location Error: Less than or equal to 10 meters at 2.5 • Operations & Support km (threshold) and 5 meters at 5 km (objective) UNITED STATES ARMY 158

161 JETS TLDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leonardo DRS (Melbourne, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 159

162 Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability (JLCCTC) ACAT II PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY FY16-FY18: Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability • (JLCCTC) provides the capability to train commanders and Fielded JLCCTC v8.0 to 10 Army sites worldwide º Long-Range Precision Fires their staffs by supplying accurate representations of tactically Began fielding JLCCTC v8.1 to Army sites worldwide º Next Generation and operationally relevant land warfare operations executed in Supported the Key Resolve 18 Exercise at the Korea º Combat Vehicles Battle Simulation Center (KBSC) using JLCCTC v7.1 a contemporary Joint Operating Environment/context. JLCCTC º Supported the Ulchi Freedom Guardian 18 Theater Level is the foundational simulation for Army Warfighter Exercises. Future Vertical Lift The Common Battle Command Simulation Equipment procures Exercise at KBSC using JLCCTC v7.1 Army Network º Supported the Yama Sakura 75 Exercise in Japan using and delivers Commercial Off-The-Shelf hardware/software to Air and Missile Defense Mission Command Training Centers. JLCCTC v7.1 Soldier Lethality PROJECTED ACTIVITIES JLCCTC is the Army’s constructive simulation toolkit, supporting institutional and operational unit training for the Active • FY19-FY23: º Continued Fielding of JLCCTC v8.1 to Army sites Component, Reserve Component and National Guard units Continued support to warfighter exercises º providing capabilities across the range of warfighting functions. ACQUISITION º Develop and implement Cloud capabilities for JLCCTC JLCCTC is a software modeling and simulation capability that LIFE CYCLE PHASE contributes to the Army’s Training Support System by providing exercise use cases appropriate levels of modeling and simulation resolution and Materiel Solution Analysis fidelity to support unit collective and combined arms training. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing JLCCTC enables commanders and their staffs to hone their Development warfighting skills and refine standard operating procedures for the effective operation of a tactical operations center. The wide Production & Deployment spectrum of functional capabilities within JLCCTC accurately Operations & Support replicates real-world situations. JLCCTC will immerse commanders and their staffs in the simulated fight. SPECIFICATIONS • Software-intensive Stimulates Mission Command Systems • • Can accommodate hundreds of individual computers for role players Individual computers must meet certain processing • standards UNITED STATES ARMY 160

163 JLCCTC FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Japan CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin Training and Logistics Solutions (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 161

164 Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 1 ACAT II JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 1 provides joint forces with a capability to report, analyze and disseminate Long-Range Precision Fires detection, identification, location and warning information to Next Generation accelerate the warfighter’s response to a Chemical, Biological, Combat Vehicles Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) attack. JWARN is a computer-based application integrating CBRN data and sensor Future Vertical Lift information into joint and service command and control systems Army Network for battlespace situational awareness. JWARN replaces the Air and Missile Defense manual processes of incident reporting, hazard plot generation and warning affected forces. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER JWARN 1 reduces the time from incident observation to warning to less than two minutes, enhances situational awareness ACQUISITION throughout the area of operations and supports warfighter LIFE CYCLE PHASE battle management tasks. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Incorporates sensor alert information and CBRN • Risk Reduction observation reports from the field Engineering & Manufacturing • Makes a plot of the hazard area Development • Provides overlays for display on the Common Operational Picture Production & Deployment • Generates warning message to units Operations & Support PROGRAM STATUS • FY16-FY18: Conducted Production and Deployment activities PROJECTED ACTIVITIES FY19: • JWARN 1 will sundown as a program of record as it transitions to JWARN 2 as a cloud-hosted CBRN capability UNITED STATES ARMY 162

165 JWARN 1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman Information Technology (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 163

166 Lightweight 155 mm Howitzer System (LW155) ACAT II PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ MODERNIZATION • Ground mobility: Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles, DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Lightweight 155 mm Howitzer (LW155) provides direct, Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement and 5-ton trucks reinforcing and general artillery fire support to maneuver Air mobility: CH-53D/E, CH-47D, MV-22, C-130, C-17 • Long-Range Precision Fires forces. The M777 is a 155 mm towed Howitzer that was and C-5 Next Generation jointly developed by the Army and Marine Corps to replace • 155 mm compatibility: All fielded and developmental Combat Vehicles North Atlantic Treaty Organization munitions the M198 Howitzer. The extensive use of titanium in all of its Digital and optical fire control: self-locating and pointing, • major structures makes the M777 7,000 pounds lighter than Future Vertical Lift its predecessor with no sacrifice in range, stability, accuracy digital and voice communications, and self-contained Army Network power supply or mobility. The M777’s independent suspension, smaller Air and Missile Defense footprint and lower profile increase strategic deployability and PROGRAM STATUS tactical mobility. The system utilizes numerous improvements Soldier Lethality to enhance reliability and accuracy and to significantly increase FY16-FY18: • system survivability. Awarded contract options and award terms for Long-Term º Performance-Based Sustainment º The M777A2 variant is equipped with a Digital Fire Control Continued Tri-Lateral Sustainment discussions with ACQUISITION Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers Australia System (DFCS) that includes an inertial navigation unit with LIFE CYCLE PHASE Global Positioning System backup, allowing it to self-locate. and Canada The DFCS also includes a mission computer, displays and º Continue Infantry Brigade Combat Team fielding Materiel Solution Analysis digital communications. Software upgrades to the system have Commence Digital Fire Control - Refresh initiative º Technology Maturation & incorporated the Enhanced Portable Inductive Artillery Fuze Risk Reduction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Setter (EPIAFS), giving the M777A2 the capability to program Engineering & Manufacturing FY19-FY23: • and fire the 155 mm Excalibur and Precision Guidance Kit Development Production and Retrofit of Chrome Cannon Tube º precision munitions. º Rapid Capabilities Office Long Range Cannon Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Program Assessment Operations & Support º The LW155 offers the warfighter improved survivability, lethality, DFCS refresh and modernization deployability and mobility to counter threat forces. India FMS Production (145 howitzers) º º U.S. Army Production (18 howitzers) SPECIFICATIONS º Fielding of training devices Support FMS customers Australia and Canada º • Weight: 10,000 pounds Emplace: Less than three minutes • • Displace: Less than three minutes Maximum range: 30 km (rocket assisted round) • • Rate-of-fire: Up to four rounds per minute UNITED STATES ARMY 164

167 LW155 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Australia, Canada and India CONTRACTORS BAE Systems (United Kingdom) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 165

168 Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) AN/PED-1, AN/PED-1A and AN/PED-1B ACAT II PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION Stationary, day: Greater than or equal to 5 km (threshold) º DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) is a crew- and 10 km (objective) Stationary, night: Greater than or equal to 4 km (threshold) º served, long-range modular system designed for man-portable, Long-Range Precision Fires day-and-night and all-weather use. Warfighters use the LLDR and 5 km (objective) Next Generation • to acquire, precisely locate and engage targets with precisions Target Location Error: Less than or equal to 10 m at 4 km Combat Vehicles using Global Position System (GPS)-guided and laser-guided (threshold) and 10 km (objective) Total System Weight: Less than 35 pounds munitions, and improve the effectiveness of engagement with • Future Vertical Lift unguided munitions. Army Network PROGRAM STATUS Air and Missile Defense LLDR 2H (AN/PED-1B) integrates a celestial navigation system 4QFY18: • º Award of LLDR 3 Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity with a digital magnetic compass, providing highly accurate Soldier Lethality 10-year contract target coordinates to allow the Soldier to call for fire with precision GPS-guided munitions. A Modification of In-Service Capability Production Document approved º Equipment program is ongoing that retrofits fielded LLDR 1 and PROJECTED ACTIVITIES 2 systems with the LLDR 2H precision targeting capability. ACQUISITION • Complete LLDR 2H Retrofit effort (1,279 total 2H 4QFY19: LIFE CYCLE PHASE LLDR 3 is currently in development with a contract award systems fielded) 4QFY21: First Unit Equipped with LLDR 3 systems anticipated for Fiscal Year 2018. LLDR 3 will significantly increase • Materiel Solution Analysis range performance over prior variants while also integrating Technology Maturation & Precision Azimuth Vertical Angle Module technology which will Risk Reduction provide a 24/7 all-weather precision targeting capability. Engineering & Manufacturing Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Planned improvements to the system will provide 24/7 all- Production & Deployment weather precision targeting and increased target-acquisition Operations & Support range, and support mounted operations to increase warfighter effectiveness. SPECIFICATIONS • Target Designation: º Moving, day: Greater than or equal to 3 km (threshold) and 5 km (objective) Moving, night: Greater than or equal to 3 km (threshold) º and 5 km (objective) UNITED STATES ARMY 166

169 LLDR FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Apopka, FL) LLDR 1, 2, 2H: LLDR 3: TBD 2018 167 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

170 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Chemical Defense Pharmaceuticals (CDP) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT II/III MODERNIZATION lethal at very low doses, and of which synthetic opioids (i.e., DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Chemical Defense Fentanyl, Carfentanyl) is a high priority. FDA approval and initial fielding is expected in FY22. Pharmaceuticals (CDP) consists of the following components: Long-Range Precision Fires • is a Medical Radiation Countermeasures (MRADC) Next Generation Prophylaxis multilayered suite of products that prevent, diagnose or treat Combat Vehicles acute radiation syndrome caused by exposure to ionizing program is a transformational • Bioscavenger (BSCAV) capability that fills an urgent capability gap in the radiation. Future Vertical Lift warfighter’s defense against nerve agents by development Army Network of an innovative broad spectrum nerve agent prophylactic Strengthening the Industrial Base Air and Missile Defense has multiple Alternative Autoinjectors Effort (ALT-AI) • that significantly reduces or eliminates the need for post- exposure antidotal therapy to prevent incapacitation and efforts focused on identifying and qualifying additional Soldier Lethality death from nerve agent exposure. manufacturing sources for autoinjector delivered nerve agent treatments (both developmental and fielded) to expand the industrial base for FDA approved life-saving Treatments Advanced Anticonvulsant System (AAS) Soldier-carried autoinjectors. This will better ensure program will • ACQUISITION consistent availability of these rescue treatments to the provide an improved intramuscular autoinjector with a faster LIFE CYCLE PHASE warfighter, U.S. government agencies and international acting and more effective anti-seizure drug (Midazolam) for treatment after exposure to toxic nerve agent (replaces partners. Materiel Solution Analysis Convulsant Antidote for Nerve Agents (CANA)). Food and Technology Maturation & Drug Administration (FDA) approval and initial fielding is Legacy Fielded Products Risk Reduction expected in FY20. • Soman Nerve Agent Pretreatment Pyridostigmine (SNAPP) Engineering & Manufacturing is a FDA approved pretreatment drug (Pyridostigmine • Improved Nerve Agent Treatment System (INATS) is an Development Bromide) for use when operating under a nerve agent threat enhanced treatment regimen to counter the effects of nerve agent poisoning. INATS is a two-component program environment (for which use of Soman cannot be ruled out) Production & Deployment that includes a more effective oxime reactivator to replace that protects against Soman nerve agent poisoning and Operations & Support 2-pyridine aldoxime methyl chloride (2-PAM), and adds a must be used with the post-exposure treatments atropine new centrally acting anticholinergic to the current treatment and 2-PAM. is a FDA Convulsant Antidote Nerve Agents (CANA) regimen to increase survival (nerve agent therapeutic; FDA • approved intramuscular autoinjector of Diazepam to control licensure in FY23). A second component to INATS is a seizures after exposure to toxic nerve agent. centrally acting medical countermeasure designed to treat Antidote Treatment Nerve Agent Autoinjector (ATNAA) • is the nerve agent effects on the central nervous system. is a Rapid Opioid Countermeasures System (ROCS) • a FDA approved intramuscular injection of Atropine and rapid prototype development program for a medical 2-PAM in a single autoinjector for treatment after onset of countermeasure against the operational exposure of a broad nerve agent poisoning symptoms. spectrum of pharmaceutical-based agents, which are highly UNITED STATES ARMY 168

171 BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER MCS — CDP CDP and therapeutics play a critical and strategic role in chemical and biological defense by providing the warfighter with shield-and-sustain capabilities against known or novel FOREIGN MILITARY SALES threats. None SPECIFICATIONS CONTRACTORS INATS: Southwest Research Institute (San Antonio, System attributes established in requirements • TX); Battelle Memorial Institute (Columbus, OH) documentation BSCAV: DynPort Vaccine (Frederick, MD); Therapure Biopharma Inc. (Canada) PROGRAM STATUS Battelle Memorial Institute (Columbus, ALT-AI: • 3QFY17: OH); Ology Bioservices (Alachua, FL); Emergent º ALT-AI Emergency Use Authorization approved by FDA, Biosolutions (Gaithersburg, MD); Rafa (Israel) allowing emergency use prior to final FDA approval Meridian LEGACY FIELDED PRODUCTS: INATS-Oxime received verbal concurrence from FDA on a º Medical Technologies (Columbia, MD); Valeant critical parameter needed for Clinical Trial Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. (Canada) 4QF Y17: • BSCAV development of manufacturing process compatible with human injectable drug - FDA concurred. 2QFY18: BSCAV manufactured drug in quantities to support • Human Clinical Trials PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 1QFY18: INATS Milestone B • 1QFY19: ALT-AI FDA approval for ALT-AI alternative Atropine Autoinjector 4QFY19: INATS-Oxime Milestone B • • 2QFY20: AAS FDA approval and Initial Operational Capability • 3QFY20: INATS-CA Milestone B • FY22: ROCS FDA approval and initial fielding expected • FY23: INATS FDA Licensure expected • 2QFY23 : AAS Full Operational Capability 2018 169 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

172 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger ACAT II JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION which there is no current therapeutic. Target alphavirus DESCRIPTION PRIORITY strains include Venezuelan, Eastern and Western Equine The Mission of Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) - Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program (JVAP) is to develop, produce and Encephalitis. Long-Range Precision Fires stockpile Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-licensed vaccine Next Generation BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER systems to protect the warfighter from biological agents. The Combat Vehicles JVAP portfolio consists of: JVAP provides protection to the warfighter against aerosolized biological warfare agents. Future Vertical Lift is the only Food and Drug Anthrax Vaccine Absorbed • Army Network SPECIFICATIONS Administration (FDA)-licensed anthrax vaccine in the Air and Missile Defense • System attributes established in requirements United States that provides protection against cutaneous, gastrointestinal and aerosol infection by battlefield exposure documentation Soldier Lethality to Bacillus anthracis. PROGRAM STATUS • Recombinant Plague Vaccine (PLG VAC) is a highly purified polypeptide produced from bacterial cells transfected with FY16: • º PLG VAC FDA granted Orphan Drug Designation resulting a recombinant vector from the Yersinia pestis bacterium ACQUISITION in cost reductions incentives formulated with an aluminum hydroxide adjuvant and LIFE CYCLE PHASE delivered intramuscularly to prevent pneumonic plague. FILO VAC Completed Ebola vaccine Phase 1 human º Recombinant Botulinum Toxin Vaccine A/B (BOT VAC • clinical trial Materiel Solution Analysis is comprised of nontoxic botulinum toxin heavy A/B) • FY18: Technology Maturation & º chain fragments of serotypes A and B formulated with an BOT VAC A/B Milestone C Risk Reduction aluminum hydroxide adjuvant and delivered intramuscularly º WEVEE VAC Other Transaction Authority agreement Engineering & Manufacturing prior to potential exposure to botulinum toxin. award for VEE development Development Smallpox Vaccine System º • FILO VAC Initiation of VEE Phase 1 human clinical trial provides both the Initiation of Ebola vaccine Phase 2 human clinical trial º ACAM2000™smallpox vaccine and the Vaccinia Immune Production & Deployment Globulin, Intravenous (VIGIV) to vaccinate and protect Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES the warfighter from potential exposure to smallpox. Both products are FDA approved. • FY19-FY23: • º Filovirus Vaccine (FILO VAC) addresses an essential Plague VAC: Consistency lot manufacturing data, End capability gap for protecting warfighters against aerosolized of Phase 2 Clinical Trial data, Pre-Biologics License Application submission data, End of Phase 2 Meeting, filovirus for which there is no current therapeutic. Target Milestone C, FDA Licensure filovirus strains include Ebola Sudan, Ebola Zaire and Marburg. º Botulinum VAC: Consistency lot manufacturing data, End • Western, Eastern, Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Vaccine of Phase 2 Clinical Trial data, Pre-BLA submission data, Milestone C, FDA Licensure addresses an essential capability gap for (WEVEE VAC) protecting warfighters against aerosolized alphavirus for UNITED STATES ARMY 170

173 Filovirus VAC: Capability Development Document º MCS — JVAP (CDD) Validation, Phase 1 Clinical Trial safety and immunogenicity data, Proof of concept animal efficacy data, Milestone B FOREIGN MILITARY SALES º WEVEE VAC: CDD Validation, Pre-Investigational New Canada and United Kingdom Drug submission data, End of Phase 1 Clinical Trial data, Proof of Concept animal efficacy data, Good CONTRACTORS DynPort Vaccine PLG VAC and BOT VAC A/B: Manufacturing Practices Drug Product stability test data, (Frederick, MD) Milestone B Acambis plc (Cambridge, MA) and Cangene SVS: Corporation (Canada) 2018 171 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

174 Mine Protection Vehicle Family (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre-Detonation (EHP) ACAT II PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PRIORITY The Mine Protection Vehicle Family (MPVF) consists of the These systems provide the warfighter with effective, reliable Medium Mine Protected Vehicle (MMPV) Type I and II, the and affordable blast protection by interrogating and classifying Long-Range Precision Fires suspected explosive hazards while providing force protection Husky Vehicle Mounted Mine Detection (VMMD) system, and Next Generation the Buffalo Mine Protected Clearance Vehicle (MPCV). All are to defeat the full spectrum of worldwide explosive hazards. Combat Vehicles blast-protected with a V-shaped hull. PROGRAM STATUS Future Vertical Lift MMPV Type I (Panther) supports Explosive Ordnance Disposal • FY16-18: Army Network Companies and Chemical Biological Response Teams. Supported 19 separate Operational Needs Statements for º Air and Missile Defense MPVF totaling approximately 500 vehicles The Husky VMMD, Buffalo MPCV and MMPV Type II (RG-31) º RECAP/RESET production at Letterkenny Army Depot Soldier Lethality support Engineer Units in Brigade Engineer Battalions and (LEAD), PA, for the Husky, Buffalo, MMPV Type I and route and area clearance operations. VMMD is a vehicle- MMPV Type II mounted mine-detection and lane-proofing system capable of 3QFY16: Completed fielding of the MCV • finding and marking metallic explosive hazards. The MPCV is • 4QFY16: ACQUISITION capable of interrogating and classifying suspected explosive Full Materiel Release (FMR) for MMPV Type I º LIFE CYCLE PHASE hazards, including improvised explosive devices, with its º Conditional Materiel Release and First Unit Equipped for articulating arm and camera, which can remotely interrogate MMPV Type II Materiel Solution Analysis a suspected explosive hazard and allow the crew to confirm, º Milestone C for EHP Blower Technology Maturation & deny and classify the hazard. The MMPV Type II is a command 3QFY17: Milestone C for EHP WNS • Risk Reduction and control vehicle with various attachments used to detect Successfully completed Follow-on Operational 1QFY18: • Engineering & Manufacturing and neutralize potential explosive hazards Test for MMPV Type II with Multifunctional Video Display Development Milestone C for EHP Roller • 2QFY18: The MCV is a vehicle designed to clear large areas of anti-tank 4QFY18: MMPV Type II to obtain FMR • Production & Deployment and anti- personnel mines by means of a rotating flail. Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES EHP capabilities will counter the full spectrum of conventional FY19-21: MMPV Type II: RESET/RECAP ongoing at • and asymmetric explosive hazards including surface-laid, Letterkenny Army Depot buried and concealed landmines, IED, Explosively Formed • EHP Blower: Obtain FMR and begin Fielding 1QFY19: Penetrators, Unexploded Ordnance, battlefield munitions and • EHP WNS: Obtain FMR and begin Fielding 3QFY19: booby traps to include associated trigger mechanisms. • 2QFY20: º Buffalo and Husky: Complete Fielding º EHP Roller: Obtain FMR and begin Fielding • 4QFY20: MMPV Type I Conversion: obtain FMR MMPV Type I Conversion: complete Fielding 1QFY21: • UNITED STATES ARMY 172

175 2QFY22: EHP Blower: Complete Fielding • MPVF, MCV, EHP MMPV Type II: Complete Fielding 2QFY23: • SPECIFICATIONS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES United Kingdom MPCV: MPCV MMPV MMPV VMMD MCV Canada, Kenya and Australia VMMD: Husky Buffalo A2 Type II Type I MCV: Austria 6 1 Personnel Capacity 5 2 4 CONTRACTORS 392.4 inches 276.8 inches 349 inches Operational Length 323 inches 291.6 inches MMPV Type I (Panther): BAE Systems (York, PA); RECAP/RESET performed at LEAD, PA 107.1 inches 124 inches Operational Width 189.5 inches 106 inches 100.8 inches General Dynamics Land MMPV Type II (RG-31): Systems-Canada (Canada); RECAP/RESET performed 99.3 inches 122 inches 136 inches 156 inches 141.4 inches Operational Height at LEAD, PA 15,240 48,500 35,000 74,000 42,628 MPCV: General Dynamics Land Systems (Sterling Gross Vehicle Weight pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds Heights, MI); RECAP/RESET performed at LEAD, PA VMMD: Critical Solutions International, Inc. (Charleston, SC); RECAP/RESET performed at LEAD, PA M1271 MCV: Hydrema (Denmark) EHP Debris Blower: Buffalo Turbine (Springville, NY) EHP WNS: GS Engineering (Houghton, MI) Anniston Army EHP Mine Roller (Prototype): Depot (Anniston, AL) 2018 173 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

176 Nett Warrior (NW) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT II MODERNIZATION waveform). The system can operate eight to 24 hours DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Nett Warrior (NW) is an integrated dismounted leader Situational depending on power source connection configuration. Awareness (SA) system used during combat operations. The NW, U.S. government-owned open software architecture • Long-Range Precision Fires system provides unparalleled SA to the dismounted leader, (core is Assault Android Tactical Assault Kit) has published Next Generation a Software Development Kit that permits rapid application allowing for faster and more accurate decision-making in the Combat Vehicles development and integration. The software also enables tactical fight. With advanced navigation, SA and information- sharing capabilities, leaders are able to avoid fratricide and the expansion of this platform to other warfighting functions Future Vertical Lift are more effective and lethal in the execution of their combat and/or handheld requirements. Army Network missions. PROGRAM STATUS Air and Missile Defense Full Rate Production Decision 4QF Y17: The NW system is connected through secure, tactical radios, • Soldier Lethality • and other transports that share information from one NW to 1st Security Assistance Brigade (SFAB) Fielding 1QFY18: 3QFY18: • Saber Striker Multination Training exercise another. Additionally, the NW smart device displays leader locations, tactical imagery and tactical graphics. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES ACQUISITION • 2nd SFAB Fielding Tactical radios and other transports connect the NW-equipped 4QFY18: LIFE CYCLE PHASE leader to higher-echelon data and information products to assist in decision-making and situational understanding. All of Materiel Solution Analysis this allows the leader to easily see, understand and interact in Technology Maturation & the method best suited to the user and the particular mission. Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing Development NW employs a system-of-systems approach, optimizing and integrating capabilities while reducing the Soldier’s combat load Production & Deployment and logistical footprint. It also provides overmatch operational Operations & Support capabilities to all ground combat leaders and small-unit operations. SPECIFICATIONS Commercial off-the-shelf smartphone end-user device • with cable (less than 2 pounds) for connection to multiple transports, such as Wi-Fi, 4G/LTE, tactical radios (running different waveforms like Tactical Scalable Mobile ad-hoc network waveform, ANW2 network and Soldier Radio UNITED STATES ARMY 174

177 NW FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Government is the system integrator with various vendors providing components. WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 175

178 Next Generation Chemical Detector (NGCD) ACAT II JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PRIORITY The four separate NGCD programs will provide capabilities and The Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity Technical Report No. TR-2013032, June 2013, determined that there was a sensors to the warfighter with improved detection, consequence Long-Range Precision Fires management and reconnaissance, and WMD interdiction. need for multiple systems to achieve the required capabilities Next Generation for the Next Generation Chemical Detector (NGCD). NGCD Combat Vehicles SPECIFICATIONS was separated into four distinct programs providing different capabilities of systems. The programs are: Aerosol Vapor AVCAD: Handheld man-portable, battery-operated, aerosol • Future Vertical Lift and vapor detection Chemical Agent Detection (AVCAD), Aerosol and Vapor Detector Army Network PCAD: Handheld man-portable, battery-operated, liquid/ • Alarm; Proximity Chemical Agent Detection (PCAD), Survey Air and Missile Defense Detector; Multi Phase Chemical Agent Detection (MPCAD), solid surface detection Sample Collection and Analysis; and Compact Vapor Chemical MPCAD: Two-man-portable, shore-and-battery-powered, • Soldier Lethality Agent Detection (CVCAD), Man-Worn and Unmanned Detector. collector and analyzer with very low detection levels • CVCAD: Man-worn, battery-operated with integration on NGCD programs collectively will detect and identify unmanned ground system and unmanned aerial system nontraditional agents (NTA), chemical warfare agents (CWA), platforms ACQUISITION • All detect NTA, CWA and TIC toxic industrial chemicals (TIC) and other hazards in the air and LIFE CYCLE PHASE on surfaces. These programs will improve CWA/TIC selectivity PROGRAM STATUS and sensitivity in multiple environments. The NGCD programs Materiel Solution Analysis FY16-FY18: will sample, detect, identify and quantify traditional and • Technology Maturation & AVCAD: Engineering Manufacturing and Development º nontraditional chemical and TIC vapor, liquid, solid and aerosol Risk Reduction (EMD) Phase hazards. The warfighter will be able to characterize Chemical, Engineering & Manufacturing PCAD: Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction Phase º Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) environment in Development º MPCAD: Pre-EMD Phase air and water as well as on land, personnel, equipment and º CVCAD: Material Solution Analysis (MSA) Phase facilities. Production & Deployment 1QFY18: • AVCAD Milestone B awarded: Initial Operational Operations & Support Capability (IOC) FY23 NGCD programs will support manned and unmanned platform 4QFY18: • MPCAD Milestone B Award: IOC FY23 integration and the following combat weapons of mass destruction (WMD) military mission areas: CBRN passive PROJECTED ACTIVITIES defense; WMD interdiction; WMD elimination and WMD consequence management. FY21: • CVCAD Milestone A: IOC FY26 • FY25: PCAD Milestone B: IOC FY28 UNITED STATES ARMY 176

179 NGCD FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 177

180 Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW) ACAT II PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW) consist of the FY16: • Small Arms Ammunition Configuration Study NGSW-Automatic Rifle (NGSW-AR) and the NGSW-Rifle. The completed Long-Range Precision Fires • Army defines options to maintain small arms F Y17: NGSW-AR is the planned replacement for the M249 Squad Next Generation overmatch Automatic Weapon in Brigade Combat Teams, echelons above Combat Vehicles Brigade Sapper and Mobility Augmentation Companies as Squad Designated Marksman Rifle/Advanced Armor FY18: • Piercing Ammunition selected as near-term solution an initial priority. It will combine the firepower and effective Future Vertical Lift range of a machine gun with the precision and ergonomics Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES of a rifle, yielding capability improvements in accuracy, range Air and Missile Defense FY19: NGSW Program initiation planned • and lethality. The weapon will be lightweight, fire lightweight FY22: First Unit Equipped ammunition and have reduced acoustic and flash signature. • Soldier Lethality Soldiers will employ the NGSW-AR against close-, mid- and extended-range targets in all terrains and conditions. The Acquisition Objective is for 85,986 systems with an initial ACQUISITION Acquisition Procurement Objective of 17,972 systems. LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Materiel Solution Analysis The NGSW-AR combines the firepower and range of a machine Technology Maturation & gun with the precision and ergonomics of a rifle, yielding Risk Reduction significant capability improvements in accuracy, range, Engineering & Manufacturing signature management and lethality. Development SPECIFICATIONS Production & Deployment • NGSW-AR will be compatible with legacy optics and night Operations & Support vision devices and will integrate with improved, more capable accessories and enablers as they develop Other specifications to be determined • UNITED STATES ARMY 178

181 NGSW FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS None WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 179

182 One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATIONS PRIORITY • One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) is a computer-generated Software-only program • Uses controlled unclassified information forces simulation that provides entity-level models and behaviors Long-Range Precision Fires Computer-generated forces simulation • that are both semi-automated and fully automated applications Next Generation Standards-based architecture • designed to achieve Army readiness. As a cross-domain Combat Vehicles simulation, OneSAF supports the training, test and evaluation, PROGRAM STATUS analysis, intelligence, acquisition and experimentation Future Vertical Lift F Y17: • communities by providing the latest physics-based modeling Army Network and data, enhanced data collection, and reporting capabilities. Network Integration Event (NIE) 17.2 Technical Integration º Air and Missile Defense Event (TIE) support OneSAF models real-world representations of platforms, Draft Request For Proposal (RFP) Released for Software Soldiers, equipment, logistical supplies, communications º Soldier Lethality systems and networks, emerging threats and aviation assets to Production Lot III º achieve the level of fidelity required for a particular application v8.7 U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Project or scenario. Office Assessment complete Entity Simulation Service/Multi-Resolution 3QFY16-1QFY17: • ACQUISITION OneSAF was created to be uniquely capable of simulating Federation V8.1 TIE and Validation event LIFE CYCLE PHASE • 4QF Y17: aspects of the urban operating environment and its effects on NIE event support º simulated activities and behaviors. OneSAF is unique in its ability Materiel Solution Analysis v8.7 release to model unit behaviors from fire team to company level for all º Technology Maturation & Battle Laboratory Collaborative Simulation Environment º units in both combat and noncombat operations. Intelligent, Risk Reduction doctrinally correct behaviors and a range of constructive, (BLCSE) Unified Challenge (UC) FY17 event support Engineering & Manufacturing RFP released for OneSAF Production and Support • 1QFY18: gaming and virtually based user interfaces are provided to Development increase the span of control for workstation operators. contract 4QFY18: • Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER BLCSE UC FY18 Event º Operations & Support v8.8 release OneSAF provides a transparent training environment for today’s º commanders and their battle staffs by utilizing current Mission Command Systems, and eliminates the need for multiple simulation tools across analysis, experimentation, test and evaluation, training, intelligence and acquisition modeling and simulation communities. UNITED STATES ARMY 180

183 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES OneSAF FY19: • Joint Warfighter Assessment 19 support 1QFY19: • º NIE 18.2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES OneSAF Production and Support Contract Award º Canada, Czech Republic, Egypt, Israel, Singapore, v8.9 release • 4QFY19: Slovakia and United Kingdom • FY19-FY20: OneSAF Entity Simulation Service/Joint Land CONTRACTORS Component Constructive Training Capability v8.1 fielding Integration, Interoperability and Support: Cole • v9.0 release FY20: Engineering Services, Inc. (Orlando, FL) • FY21: v10.0 release Software Production: Leidos (Orlando, FL) • FY22: v11.0 release v12.0 release • FY23: 2018 181 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

184 Persistent Surveillance Systems- Tethered (PSS-T) ACAT II PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Current: • Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered (PSS-T) delivers Participating in the United Vision 18 international tactical and fixed site aerostats to exploit a full range of º Long-Range Precision Fires Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), force Next Generation Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance exercise protection and communications capabilities to joint, interagency Combat Vehicles and multinational organizations. by connecting to the Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems network via Very Small Aperture Future Vertical Lift BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Terminal from Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona Army Network º PSS-T provides combat-proven capability that addresses two Fielding a 28M aerostat variant to Afghanistan in support Air and Missile Defense of an operational needs statement to address PSS-T of the current intelligence capability gaps in the collection survivability issues and intelligence enterprise. PSS-T is a highly persistent low- Soldier Lethality altitude platform that offers inherent cost savings per flight hour PROJECTED ACTIVITIES as compared to current manned and unmanned airborne ISR assets. FY19-FY23: • º Incrementally modernize aerostat systems to mitigate ACQUISITION SPECIFICATIONS obsolescence, increase effectiveness and reduce LIFE CYCLE PHASE breakaways • Retains medium and large aerostat platforms to meet º System modernization will provide survivability and future expeditionary and contingency needs for persistent Materiel Solution Analysis surveillance, information collection, force protection capability improvements to the tether and envelope Technology Maturation & enhancement and as a platform for Army Aerial Layer and will reduce sustainment costs. Common mooring Risk Reduction platforms will support various envelope sizes, thus Network Transport Engineering & Manufacturing decreasing the logistical footprint which will address • Highly persistent and flexible multisensor information Development collection platform that will be integrated with other aerial obsolescence and create an adaptive interchangeable and unattended ground sensor systems to provide slew-to- platform that could support both short- and long-term Production & Deployment cue capability missions Operations & Support Provides 360 degree detection, surveillance, monitoring • and targeting capability through real-time full motion video, electro-optical/infrared and wide area, all-weather detection of moving vehicle and dismount targets UNITED STATES ARMY 182

185 PS S -T FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Saudi Arabia CONTRACTORS Bravura Information Technologies Inc. (Aberdeen, MD) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 183

186 Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 3QFY16: Full Rate Production Decision Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) technology is state-of-the-art and • 4QF Y17: • provides a first-of-its-kind capability. PGK contains a Global PGK Modernization Concept Development Long-Range Precision Fires Positioning System (GPS) guidance kit with fusing functions complete Next Generation and an integrated GPS receiver to correct the inherent errors 23 consecutive production Lot Acceptance Tests • 3QFY18: Combat Vehicles completed to date associated with ballistic firing solutions, reducing the number of artillery projectiles required to attack targets. The increase Future Vertical Lift PROJECTED ACTIVITIES in efficiency that PGK’s “near-precision” capability provides Army Network • PGK-M Milestone B allows operational commanders to engage assigned targets 2QFY19: Air and Missile Defense PGK-M Engineering and Manufacturing 3QFY19: • and rapidly achieve desired effects while minimizing collateral damage. PGK currently has two Department of Defense Development award Soldier Lethality Identification Codes (DODIC), NA28 and NA29. The 2,399 kits PGK-M Milestone C FY23: • that were procured for early fielding under an Urgent Materiel Release to Operation Enduring Freedom have the NA28 DODIC. The PGK currently being procured in Low Rate Initial Production ACQUISITION has the NA29 DODIC. PGK is also developing an increased LIFE CYCLE PHASE capability to operate in a GPS-degraded environment and to be compatible with the future M-Code GPS architecture. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Risk Reduction PGK provides improved fire support to the maneuver force Engineering & Manufacturing commander through effectively reducing target delivery error Development of conventional artillery munitions, and reduces the number of projectiles required to execute a fire mission. Production & Deployment Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS • Demonstrated accuracy: Less than 30 meters circular error probable • Compatible with the M795 and M549A1 155 mm high- explosive projectiles Mission-critical flight data is inductively loaded into PGK • using the Enhanced Portable Inductive Artillery Fuze Setter UNITED STATES ARMY 184

187 PGK FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Fielded with multiple countries — names for official use only and not for public disclosure. CONTRACTORS NA29 Production and PGK-M Concept Development: Northrop Grumman (Plymouth, MN) PGK-M Concept Development: General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (Bothell, WA); BAE Systems (Nashua, NH) L3 IEC PGK-M GPS/AJ Development: (Anaheim, CA) 2018 185 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

188 Prophet PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT II MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PRIORITY The latest version of Prophet, called Prophet Enhanced, is Prophet Enhanced provides the warfighter with critical a dedicated all-weather, 24-hour, near-real-time, ground- situational awareness on the availability and synergy of objective Long-Range Precision Fires based tactical Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Electronic intelligence data access and processing. It also provides Next Generation Warfare (EW) system providing force protection and situational high-value targeting through precision geolocation. Prophet Combat Vehicles Enhanced mobility and multimode employment (dismounted, awareness through technologically advanced intelligence mounted on-the-move and manpack) enables the commander support to Brigade Combat Team (BCT) and Expeditionary – Future Vertical Lift flexibility in a dynamic threat environment. Military Intelligence Brigade (E-MIB) commanders. One Prophet Army Network system is fielded to the multifunctional teams (MfT) with three Air and Missile Defense SPECIFICATIONS MfTs per BCT and eight MfTs per E-MIB. Prophet Enhanced systems provide commanders flexible, modular components • Classified Soldier Lethality for their mission. PROGRAM STATUS FY16-FY18: Prophet Enhanced is a non-platform-dependent, modular • Developed a Stryker-based Prophet Enhanced System for º system that will allow easy integration onto a vehicle. Each ACQUISITION fielding in FY19 sensor supports stationary, dismounted, on-the-move (mobile) LIFE CYCLE PHASE º and manpack operations. Prophet’s mobility and modularity Engaged in numerous risk reduction efforts to inform the next generation Terrestrial SIGINT and EW system allows supported units to easily reposition its collection Materiel Solution Analysis Pace the threat with yearly technology insertions º capability based on evolving tactical situations. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Prophet Enhanced has networked communications via a wide- Engineering & Manufacturing band, beyond-line-of-sight capability. This capability allows the FY19-FY23: • Development Continue modification of Prophet Enhanced systems to vehicles to operate at extended distances from each other or º from other nodes on the battlefield. Prophet Enhanced is fielded the current baseline on Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Production & Deployment as a two-vehicle solution with a common server, processing All Terrain Vehicles (99 total) Operations & Support Continue to displace Spiral 1 and Spiral 1+ systems from º architecture, encryption devices, etc., in both vehicles; each the Active Army to the Army National Guard and United vehicle supports operations on three classification networks States Army Reserve and domains. Prophet Enhanced is interoperable on the Global SIGINT Enterprise, delivering collected data to common databases for access by the intelligence community. UNITED STATES ARMY 186

189 Prophet FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Mission Systems (Scottsdale, AZ) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 187

190 Pseudolites PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT II MODERNIZATION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • 2QFY19: Other Transaction Authority Contract Award for Pseudolites are satellite-like transmitters that provide terrestrial and airborne radio navigation Global Positioning System Requirements Development Package 1 Long-Range Precision Fires • (GPS)-like service in electronically or physically challenged 1QFY21: Development Operations Assessment Next Generation Production Decision Point 2QFY21: environments using a high-power signal to support Brigade • Combat Vehicles • 4QFY21: Combat Team area of operations. Achieve Initial Operational Capability Future Vertical Lift This program supports the Assured Positioning, Navigation and Army Network Timing (A-PNT) Cross-Functional Team (CFT), which has been Air and Missile Defense established to support the modernization priorities of the Army. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Pseudolites will offer a deployable airborne configuration that provides a GPS-like service in challenged environments, allowing continued operations of A-PNT enabled systems. ACQUISITION It broadcasts a signal similar to GPS that can supplement or LIFE CYCLE PHASE replace those from GPS satellites when they are not accessible. Existing technology can enable programmed receivers to Materiel Solution Analysis determine position, velocity and time in a jamming environment. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing • Capability Development Document and associated Development Requirements Development Package in development Production & Deployment PROGRAM STATUS Operations & Support • FY16-FY18: Pseudolites Risk Reduction and Prototype Development • 1QFY18: A-PNT CFT established º º Pseudolites Government Laboratory Test 2QFY18: • º A-PNT CFT Roadmap Approved Pseudolites Test Readiness Review for Government Field º Te st Pseudolites Government Field Test 3QFY18: • UNITED STATES ARMY 188

191 Pseudolites FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 189

192 Range Radar Replacement Program (RRRP) ACAT II PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION Acquisition Strategy Approval, Block II Contract 2QF Y17: • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Range Radar Replacement Program (RRRP) replaces Award TCRD addendum AN/MPS-39 Multiple Object outdated instrumentation radar systems at Aberdeen Test • 3QFY17: Long-Range Precision Fires Tracking Radar (MOTR) approval Center, Maryland; Redstone Test Center, Alabama; Yuma Next Generation Test Center, Arizona; and White Sands Test Center, New • 4QF Y17: MRR Contract Award Combat Vehicles FY18: Contract awards for AN/MPS-39 MOTR recaps, • Mexico. This effort responds to a need defined by the Army MRRs and LRRs Test and Evaluation Command to improve range tracking Future Vertical Lift instrumentation while eliminating obsolescence, stabilizing Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES operation and sustainment costs, and improving mobility and Air and Missile Defense FY19: • remote operations. Delivery of 4 AN/FPS-16 recaps and 3 MRRs • FY20: Delivery of 4 MRRs, 1 AN/MPS-39 MOTR recap and Soldier Lethality RRRP Block I will satisfy the Test Capability Requirements 2 LRRs Document (TCRD) addendum and bridge capability gaps to FY21: • Delivery of 11 MRRs and 2 AN/MPS-39 MOTR recaps • FY22: Delivery of 2 LRRs Block II. Block I Phase I includes a service life extension for FPS-16 (long-range, single object tracking radars). Block I ACQUISITION Phase II includes medium-range, multiple object tracking LIFE CYCLE PHASE radars (MPS-39), and short-range radars. Block I Phase III includes long range radars. Block II will completely satisfy Materiel Solution Analysis TCRD requirements with long range radars. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing RRRP will provide the capability to test current and future Army Development weapon systems, providing critical test data to inform system development decisions and reducing the risk to operational Production & Deployment forces prior to fielding. Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS • Short-Range Radar : 0-20 miles • Medium-Range Radar (MRR): 0-30 miles • Long-Range Radar (LRR): 30-80 miles PROGRAM STATUS • 4QFY16: º TCRD and addendum approved º FPS-16 recapitalization Contract Award UNITED STATES ARMY 190

193 RRRP FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS AN/FPS-16 Recapitalization: BAE Systems (Nashua, NH) Lockheed Martin (Owego, Medium Range Radars: NY) 2018 191 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

194 Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) ACAT II PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY FY16-FY18: • Performed sustainment planning activities and The Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) is the Army’s protected satellite communications task execution in preparation for transitioning SMART-T to Long-Range Precision Fires Sustainment in FY18 system, which enables commanders at brigade-and-higher Next Generation levels to operate in an electronic warfare threat environment Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES that includes radio frequency signal interference (jamming), Perform upgrades to add Ethernet IP cable FY19-FY23: • signal detection and geographic location threats. Additionally, Future Vertical Lift the SMART-T can survive the effects of a High-Altitude interface for greater interoperability with Warfighter Army Network Information Network-Tactical routers Electromagnetic Pulse produced by nuclear detonations Air and Missile Defense and can operate and survive in a biological and chemical environment. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER SMART-T makes it possible for units to reliably and securely extend the range of their network in such a manner that ACQUISITION communications cannot be jammed, detected or intercepted, LIFE CYCLE PHASE enabling Soldiers to send critical text, data, voice and video communications beyond their area of operations. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction • Interoperable with advanced extremely high-frequency Engineering & Manufacturing satellite constellation Development • Enhanced system interfaces • Low and Medium Data Rate capability for voice and data Production & Deployment transmission Operations & Support Interoperable with Military Strategic and Tactical Relay • (MILSTAR) satellite, Ultra High-Frequency Follow-On, Extremely High-Frequency Military-Standard (MIL-STD) 1582D and MIL-STD 188-136 compatible payloads Anti-jam and anti-scintillation (nuclear environment) • communications UNITED STATES ARMY 192

195 S M A RT-T FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Canada and Netherlands CONTRACTORS Production and Spares: Raytheon (Largo, FL) Raytheon Engineering Support, Management: (Marlborough, MA) 2018 193 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

196 Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar — AN/MPQ-64 ACAT II PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION systems to defeat UAS, cruise missiles and fixed- and rotary- DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The AN/MPQ-64 Sentinel provides persistent air surveillance wing aircraft threats. and fire control quality data through command and control Long-Range Precision Fires SPECIFICATIONS systems to defeat Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), cruise Next Generation • All-weather, 360-degree capability missiles and fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft threats. Combat Vehicles • Range: 75 km • Three-dimensional X-Band radar The system features an X-Band, 360-degree phased array air Future Vertical Lift defense radar with a 75-km instrumented range. It is equipped Supports current AMD systems, C-RAM and the Indirect • Army Network with Electronic Counter-Counter-Measure capabilities, a Fire Protection Capability Increment 2-Intercept (IFPC Inc Air and Missile Defense Mode 5 Identification Friend or Foe subsystem for positive 2-I) System identification of friendly aircraft, and Non-Cooperative Target Soldier Lethality PROGRAM STATUS Recognition capabilities to identify threat aircraft. Sentinel is Software v5.8.6 Urgent Materiel Release to trailer-mounted, pulled by either a High Mobility Multipurpose 3QFY18: • National Capital Region Wheeled Vehicle or an M1082 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles truck. The system generator with a command and • 4QFY18: Production contract awarded for the Signal Data ACQUISITION control interface is mounted on the vehicle. Processor LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Sentinel interfaces with the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Materiel Solution Analysis (IAMD) Battle Command System architecture, the Forward Area • 4QFY18-4QFY19: Sentinel support to IFPC Flight Tests and Technology Maturation & Limited User Test Air Defense Command and Control System, and the National Risk Reduction Sentinel support to IAMD Flight Tests 2QFY19-3QFY20: Capital Region Integrated Air Defense Command and Control • Engineering & Manufacturing and Limited User Test System. Sentinel also interfaces with the Counter-Rocket, Development • 2QFY20: Sentinel Software v5.8.6.1 and Signal Data Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Increment I system to protect friendly aircraft during engagement of incoming indirect fire. Processor Hardware Full Materiel Release Production & Deployment Operations & Support Sentinel is undergoing modifications to further enhance its detection, classification, identification and reporting capability against UAS, RAM and cruise missiles. Additional hardware modifications will include the upgrade of the Signal Data Processor and transition to Active Electronically Scanned Array technology. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Sentinel provides persistent air surveillance and fire control quality data to the warfighter through command and control UNITED STATES ARMY 194

197 Sentinel — AN/MPQ-64 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Egypt, Iraq, Latvia, Lithuania and Turkey The Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office established a Sentinel Radar Software International Engineering Services Program with six partner nations: Chile, Egypt, Finland, Netherlands, Norway and Oman Direct Commercial Sales (hardware) with classified software sold via Foreign Military Sales (U.S. government controls Sentinel software): Finland, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Oman and Spain CONTRACTORS Thales Raytheon Systems (Fullerton, CA; El Paso, TX; Forest, MS; Largo, FL) IRTC (Huntsville, AL) SETA Contract: 2018 195 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

198 Spider — Command Destruct Networked Command Munition Dispensing Set: Increment 1A ACAT II PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ MODERNIZATION Ability to employ fielded Army blasting cap-initiated AP and • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M7 Spider, Increment 1, is a hand-emplaced, remotely AV munitions and obstacle effects controlled, man-in-the-loop anti-personnel (AP) munition • Provide situational awareness information to JBC-P Long-Range Precision Fires system that is currently being fielded. The M7E1 Spider, Self-destruct and self-deactivate capabilities • Next Generation Increment 1A, is being developed as a follow-on incremental Command reset and recycle self-destruct • Combat Vehicles • development to the baseline Spider Program. Spider Increment Transfer of control Command destruction • 1A is not a replacement for the Increment 1 system. Increment Future Vertical Lift • On-off-on (safe passage/maintenance) 1A will develop and provide an enhanced control station that Army Network will utilize the common Increment 1 munitions and accessories. • Multiple effects (lethal, nonlethal, demolitions) Air and Missile Defense • Intrusion detection The Spider, Increment 1A, will retain all current features of the • Anti-tamper and self-protection Increment 1 system, adding the following: Soldier Lethality New control station with the ability to ingest and display • Reuse • digital imagery maps for enhanced operator situational PROGRAM STATUS awareness during man-in-the-loop control • • Control station will be capable of providing obstacle 3QFY17: Milestone C ACQUISITION 1QFY18: situational awareness to the Joint Battle Command-Platform • Low Rate Initial Production Contract Award LIFE CYCLE PHASE (JBC-P) 4QFY18-1QFY19: • Initial Operational Test • Improved Interactive Electronic Training Manual and Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Embedded Training capabilities Technology Maturation & 2QFY19: • Ability to employ legacy government off-the-shelf munitions • Risk Reduction º Full Rate Production Decision that will be compliant with U.S. National Landmine Policy, as Engineering & Manufacturing Full Materiel Release º is Increment 1 Development Initial Operational Capability • 3QFY19: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Production & Deployment Spider Increment 1A will provide the warfighter with an improved Operations & Support networked munition control station with enhanced mapping, improved training capabilities and wizards, and the ability to employ and control fielded Army common AP and anti-vehicle (AV) lethal and nonlethal munitions and demolitions. SPECIFICATIONS Latest computer controller technology and operating • system with map background and open system software architecture to support integration of future missions UNITED STATES ARMY 196

199 Spider FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Spider Increment 1A: Northrop Grumman (Redondo Beach, CA) Joint venture between Textron Spider Increment 1: Defense Systems (Wilmington, MA) and Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (Plymouth, MN) 2018 197 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

200 Tactical Electric Power (TEP) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT II MODERNIZATION • Increased reliability (AMMPS, 750 hours mean time between DESCRIPTION PRIORITY failures), maintainability and transportability via skid or trailer Tactical Electric Power (TEP) provides a standardized family of tactical electric power sources to Department of Defense (DOD) mount Long-Range Precision Fires in accordance with DOD Directive 4120.11, Standardization of • Improved sustainability; operates at rated loads in all military Next Generation Mobile Electric Power Generating Sources. environments Combat Vehicles • Minimized weight and size while meeting all user The TEP program consists of a variety of generator set sizes. requirements with military ruggedized commercial Future Vertical Lift Small Generators: 2kW Military Tactical Generators (MTG), 3 kW components Army Network • Reduced infrared signature and noise (AMMPS, less than 70 Tactical Quiet Generators (TQG), Small Tactical Electric Power Air and Missile Defense decibels at 7 meters) (STEP); Medium Generators: 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 kW TQGs; Survivability in chemical, biological and nuclear Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources (AMMPS), trailer- • Soldier Lethality mounted Power Units and Power Plants; Large Generators: environments • 100-200 kW TQGs, Large Advanced Mobile Power Sources Advanced technology, including digital controls Standard DOD military tactical generator fleet that meets • (LAMPS); 840kW Deployable Power Generation and Distribution power generation and conditioning standards in accordance System (DPGDS); Power Distribution: Power Distribution ACQUISITION Illumination System Electrical (PDISE) and Management and with Military Standard 1332B, Definitions of Tactical, Prime, LIFE CYCLE PHASE Precise and Utility Terminologies for Classification of the Distribution Control (microgrid intelligent power management and distribution). DOD Mobile Electric Power Engine Generator Set Family Materiel Solution Analysis • Man-portability with 2 kW MTG and 3 kW TQG generators Technology Maturation & The STEP, AMMPS and LAMPS are the third generation of Risk Reduction PROGRAM STATUS mobile electric power generation systems and will replace the Engineering & Manufacturing • Continued production and/or fielding of TQG over time. 1QFY16-4QFY18: Development the following systems: 2 kW MTG; 3 kW TQG; 5, 10, 15, 30 BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER and 60 kW AMMPS; and PDISE Production & Deployment The next generation of TEP will benefit the warfighter by Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES offering increased system efficiency, reliability, mobility and 3QFY19: maintainability. Units will see a significant reduction in fuel • PDISE Production Rebuy Contract Award º consumption, thereby reducing refueling operations, which 3 kW Production Rebuy Contract Award º decreases the overall risk to the warfighter. • DPGDS Prime Power Unit Recapitalization Full 4QFY20: SPECIFICATIONS Rate Production decision 4QFY21: • STEP Milestone B, entering Engineering and • Maximized fuel efficiency, diesel/JP8-based and eliminates gasoline on battlefield Manufacturing Development • AMMPS offers a fleet-weighted average of 21 percent improved fuel efficiency over the medium TQGs UNITED STATES ARMY 198

201 TEP FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS 3kW TQG: Fidelity Technologies Corp. (Reading, PA) AMMPS 5–60kW: Cummins Power Generation (Minneapolis, MN) DPGDS: PD Systems (Springfield, VA) Fidelity Technologies Corporation PDISE: (Reading, PA) 2018 199 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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204 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Targets PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL ACAT III MODERNIZATION Data link: UHF 260-380 MHz/380-400 MHz, 900 MHz, 2300- • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY 2499 MHz (video) Crew gunnery and live-fire training are conducted using • Payloads: Infrared/Radio Frequency enhancer, electronic aerial targets. The targets are representative of unmanned Long-Range Precision Fires scoring (radar or acoustic), smoke, Mode S transponder, aircraft systems and tactical fixed-wing aircraft that could Next Generation stabilized electro-optical and infrared camera, Multiple be employed against U.S. forces. These targets must be Combat Vehicles Integrated Laser Engagement System capable of representing generic threat characteristics and must allow the Air Defense Artillery (ADA) weapon system crew Future Vertical Lift PROGRAM STATUS to employ missile and gun systems to engage and destroy Army Network • the target systems. ADA unit training programs must result FY16-FY18: Air and Missile Defense in demonstrated tactical and technical competence, Soldier º Annual Gunnery Qualification Training for Avenger and Indirect Fire Protection Capability ADA units confidence in their weapon systems and the abilities of our Soldier Lethality National Training Center (NTC) Opposing Force (OPFOR) Soldiers to employ their weapon systems in a field environment. º Surrogate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) º These systems are available for use on Department of Defense U.S. Marine Corps Ground Based Air Defense Systems, test or training ranges within the Continental United States and Stinger Training ACQUISITION º overseas, as well as in support of Foreign Military Sales cases. Navy Carrier fleet (surrogate threat Unmanned Aircraft LIFE CYCLE PHASE System (UAS)) training and surrogate UAS joint testing BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER requirements Materiel Solution Analysis º The ADA Targets program is an integral part of supporting Joint Readiness NTC OPFOR Surrogate Intelligence, Technology Maturation & ground combat readiness. Soldiers in ADA units cannot train or Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) UAV support Risk Reduction maintain certification for their wartime mission without enemy- initiated, supporting all 10 annual rotations for OPFOR Engineering & Manufacturing (509TH Infantry Regiment) representative targets supporting their live-fire training events. Development º Continued support for Army ADA qualification training, SPECIFICATIONS Black Dart Counter UAS Demonstration support, National Production & Deployment Training Center (NTC) surrogate ISR UAS OPFOR training Composite construction: Fiberglass or carbon fiber • Operations & Support Endurance: 1-5 hours (cruise speed); fuel can be a trade for with other Combat Training Center (CTC) involvement, • payload continued support for testing, and support for multiple Maximum Altitude: 14,000 feet • Research, Development, Test and Evaluation activities for Army and other military services laboratories • Maximum Speed: 125 mph Supported 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD), • 2QFY18: • Cruise Speed: 75 mph • Multiple Launch: Catapult/runway/truck U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) at Fort Greely, Alaska, for exercise Artic Edge • Control Ranges: Manual 3-5 km, Global Positioning System waypoint 0-25 km, satellite communications limited only by the onboard fuel UNITED STATES ARMY 202

205 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES ADA Ta r get s FY19-FY23: • Annual Gunnery Qualification Training for Avenger and º Indirect Fire Protection Capability Army Air Defense units FOREIGN MILITARY SALES º NTC OPFOR Surrogate ISR UAV Australia, Israel, Jordan, Japan, Portugal and North º USMC Ground Based Air Defense Systems, STINGER Atlantic Treaty Organization Supply and Procurement Agency Training. 2QFY18 supported 2nd LAAD, USMC at Fort Greely, Alaska, for exercise Artic Edge CONTRACTORS Navy Carrier fleet (surrogate threat UAS) training and º Griffon Aerospace (Madison, AL) surrogate UAS joint testing requirements º Joint Readiness NTC OPFOR Surrogate ISR UAV. Surrogate UAV support was initiated 1QFY18 and now supporting all ten annual rotations for OPFOR (509TH Infantry Regiment) º Continued support for ADA qualification training, Black Dart Counter UAS Demonstration support, NTC surrogate ISR UAS OPFOR training with other CTC involvement, continued support for testing, and support for multiple Research, Development, Test and Evaluation activities for Army and other military services laboratories 2018 203 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

206 Ammunition — Medium Caliber PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Medium Caliber Ammunition (MCA) includes 20 mm, 25 mm, Production and Sustainment FY16-FY18: 30 mm and 40 mm Armor-Piercing (AP), High-Explosive (HE), 40 mm Door Breach (DB) Request for Proposals Release • Long-Range Precision Fires • smoke, illumination, training and antipersonnel cartridges with 40 mm High Velocity (HV) Capability Development Next Generation the capability to defeat light armor, materiel and personnel Document (CDD) approved Combat Vehicles targets. These munitions provide overwhelming lethality in MCA • 40 mm HV and Low Velocity Day-Night-Thermal Low Rate and point- and area-target engagement via medium handheld Initial Production Future Vertical Lift and crew-served weapons. 30x173 mm Stryker Ammunition Urgent Materiel Release/ • Army Network Operator New Equipment Training Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • 20 mm Improved M940 Joint Urgent Operational Need Statement Fielding Standard ammunition provides the warfighter with the necessary Soldier Lethality • lethality needed to defeat the enemy. Specialty 40 mm rounds 40 mm HE Airburst (AB) Milestone B 40 mm HEAB Engineering, Manufacturing and Development • provide specific tools for the warfighter (e.g., illumination). (EMD) Contract Award SPECIFICATIONS • 40 mm HEDP-AB Milestone B ACQUISITION Specifications vary based on weapon platform, caliber and • 40 mm DB Milestone B LIFE CYCLE PHASE Medium Caliber Family of Ammunition Contract Award buy 2 • target set and effect. 20 mm cartridge is a multipurpose tracer with self-destruct • Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES capability, used in the Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar Technology Maturation & (C-RAM) weapon system FY19-FY23: Risk Reduction 25 mm target practice (TP), HE incendiary and AP cartridges • • Cannon-caliber and 40 mm legacy Production and Engineering & Manufacturing are fired from the M242 Bushmaster Cannon from the Sustainment Development • New multiyear 40 mm Production Contract Bradley Fighting Vehicle • 30x113 mm TP and HE Dual Purpose (DP) cartridges are • Qualify 30 mm ammunition for Stryker Infantry Combat Production & Deployment fired from the M230 Chain Gun mounted on the Apache and Vehicle, 2nd Cavalry Regiment lethality upgrade Operations & Support • Black Hawk helicopters Award Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium contract • efforts for 30 mm Lightweight AB Varieties of 40 mm TP, HEDP and specialty cartridges are • EMD contract award for 40 mm DB and HEDP-AB designed for use in the M203 Grenade Launcher, M320 • Milestone C for 40 mm DB, HEAB, and HEDP-AB Grenade Launcher and the MK19 Grenade Machine Gun 30x173mm TP, HE incendiary and AP cartridges are fired • Multifunctional Munition CDD Approval • from the XM813 Cannon from the Stryker Infantry Combat Vehicle UNITED STATES ARMY 204

207 Ammunition — Medium Caliber FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan, Egypt, Greece, India, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Morocco, Netherlands, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (Marion, IL; Red Lion, PA) Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (Radford, VA; Independence, MO; Rocket City, WV) AMTEC Corp. (Janesville, WI; Camden, AR) 2018 205 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

208 Ammunition — Small Caliber PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT III MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Vary based on weapon platform, caliber and target set and • Small caliber ammunition is .50 caliber and below. Conventional small caliber ammunition in production and deployment effect Long-Range Precision Fires consists of 5.56 mm, 7.62 mm, 9 mm, 10- and 12-gauge, .22 Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS caliber, .30 caliber, .38 caliber, .45 caliber, .300 Winchester Combat Vehicles Magnum (WinMag) and .50 caliber. The 5.56 mm cartridge is FY16-FY18: 7.62 mm Lightweight Case Preliminary Design Review • used in the M16 Rifle, M4 Carbine and M249 Squad Automatic Future Vertical Lift 7.62 mm Advanced Armor Piercing (ADVAP) Critical Design Weapon. The 7.26 mm cartridge is used in the M240 Machine • Army Network Gun, M24 Sniper Weapon System, M110 Semi-automatic Review and Development Test & Evaluation Air and Missile Defense Sniper System and the M14 Rifle. The 9 mm cartridge is fired .50 Reduced-range Ammunition (RRA) and Materiel • Development Decision in the M9, M17 and M18 Pistols. The M2010 Enhanced Sniper Soldier Lethality Rifle uses the .300 WinMag cartridge. The M2 Machine Gun and • 7.26 mm One-way Luminescence (OWL) Technology Readiness Level 6, System Requirements Review, Design the M107 Sniper Rifle use .50 caliber cartridges. The remaining Verification Test small caliber ammunition is used in a variety of pistols, rifles and shotguns. ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES LIFE CYCLE PHASE FY19-FY23: Small caliber ammunition in research and development consists of Lightweight Case to lighten the Soldier’s load, advanced • 7.26 mm ADVAP Production Readiness Review Materiel Solution Analysis 7.62 mm OWL Milestone B armor-piercing capabilities, reduced range ammunition and • Technology Maturation & one-way luminescent trace ammunition. 7.62 mm RRA Developmental Request for Proposals • Risk Reduction Release Decision, Milestone B Engineering & Manufacturing • Three categories of small caliber ammunition are currently in .50 caliber RRA Milestone B Development use. War reserve ammunition is ammunition with overmatch capability that supports individual and crew-served weapons Production & Deployment during combat operations; training standard ammunition is Operations & Support dual-purpose and can be used to support both training and operational requirements; and training-unique ammunition is designed specifically for use in training and is not authorized for use in combat (i.e., blank, dummy-inert, close combat man marking and short-range training ammunition). BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Standard ammunition provides the warfighter with the necessary lethality needed to defeat the enemy. UNITED STATES ARMY 206

209 Ammunition — Small Caliber FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan, Australia, Greece, Iraq, Israel, Jordan and Tunisia CONTRACTORS Rifle and Machine Gun Ammunition: Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (Independence, MO); Olin Corporation (Oxford, MS) Pistol and Shotgun Ammunition: Olin Corporation (Oxford, MS) Ammunition Storage Containers: BWAY Corporation (Atlanta, GA) 2018 207 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

210 Ammunition — Tank PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT III MODERNIZATION at close range. The new 105 mm M724A2 is a reduced-range DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The current 120 mm family of tactical tank ammunition consists training cartridge intended to provide the Soldier with the training capability to maximize the effectiveness of the tactical of fifth generation Kinetic Energy (KE), multipurpose and Long-Range Precision Fires canister ammunition. 105 mm M900 KE cartridge, which provides armor-defeat Next Generation capability. The 105 mm M724A2 TPDS-T is a ballistic match for Combat Vehicles KE ammunition lethality is optimized by firing maximum weight, the 105 mm M900AP Fin-stabilized (FS) DS-T (APFSDS-T). The sub-caliber projectiles at the greatest velocity possible, cartridge will be used in the Stryker MGS. The 105 mm M467A1 Future Vertical Lift defeating advanced-threat armor. The 120 mm M829A4 KE Tank HE Squash Head TP-T cartridge is a ballistic match to Army Network the M393A3 HE/HE-P tactical round. The MGS employs the cartridge provides armor-defeat capability and is currently in Air and Missile Defense M68A1/A2 105 mm rifled gun tube with a Muzzle Reference production. System and an autoloader for 105 mm ammunition storage Soldier Lethality and handling. Multipurpose ammunition uses a High-Explosive (HE) warhead to provide blast, armor penetration and fragmentation effects. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The Advanced Multipurpose (AMP) cartridge is a 120 mm HE, MP munition. When fired from a platform equipped with the Standard ammunition provides the warfighter with the ACQUISITION Ammunition Data Link (already incorporated into the Abrams necessary lethality needed to defeat the enemy. LIFE CYCLE PHASE tank), the cartridge can be programmed for one of three modes SPECIFICATIONS including point-detonate, point-detonate-delay or airburst. Materiel Solution Analysis Various specifications used depend on weapon platform, AMP will consolidate the capabilities of currently fielded HE • Technology Maturation & caliber, target set and effect munitions, including the 120 mm M830A1HE Anti-tank round Risk Reduction and the 120 mm M908, HE Obstacle-reduction Tank round PROGRAM STATUS Engineering & Manufacturing as well as the 120 mm M1028 canister cartridge, which is a Development shotgun shell-like canister cartridge that provides the Abrams FY16-FY18: • º M829A4, M830, M830A1, M1002, M908, M1028, M1040, tank with effective, short-range, rapid, lethal fire against massed Production & Deployment assaulting infantry. M393A3, M724A2, M467A1 Fielded Operations & Support º 120 mm AMP Development Contract Phase 2 The 120 mm family has dedicated training cartridges in Option awarded Critical Design Review º production: the 120 mm M865 Target Practice (TP) Cone- stabilized (CS) Discarding-sabot (DS) with Tracer (TPCSDS-T), Milestone C º with its reduced range, simulates KE tactical trajectory up to Low Rate Initial Production º 2,500 meters; and the 120 mm M1002 TPMP-T, which simulates PROJECTED ACTIVITIES the M830A1 size, weight and nose switch. To support the Stryker force, the 105 mm Mobile Gun System (MGS) uses • AMP, M829A4 and Tank Training Cartridge FY19-FY23: M1040 canister cartridges. The M1040 canister cartridge continue production provides rapid, lethal fire against massed assaulting infantry UNITED STATES ARMY 208

211 Ammunition — Tank FOREIGN MILITARY SALES • 120 mm Insensitive Munition High Explosive with Tracer (HE-T) Cartridge • 120 mm KE-W A1 APFSDS-T Cartridge • 120 mm M1028 Canister Cartridge • 120 mm M865 TPCSDS-T Cartridge • 120 mm M1002 TPMP-T Cartridge CONTRACTORS M1028, M1002, M865, M724A2, AMP EMD, M829A4: Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (Radford, VA; Independence, MO; Rocket City, WV): General M1028, M1002, M865, IM HE-T, KE-W A1: Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (St. Petersburg, FL) 2018 209 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

212 Army Key Management Infrastructure (AKMI) ACAT III PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION interface between Local COMSEC Management System DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Under the umbrella of the National Security Agency Electronic and MGC (Key Generation), ACES and ECUs Key Management System (EKMS), the Army provides all users Long-Range Precision Fires from enterprise down to tactical units with secure organic PROGRAM STATUS Next Generation Simple Key Loader Production and Delivery FY17-FY19: • key management (ordering, generation, distribution and Combat Vehicles FY18 Remaining Activities: • destruction). Continue to field CI2 Spiral 2, SPIN 2 SW baseline (152 º Future Vertical Lift The Army Key Management Infrastructure (AKMI) consists fielded 245 remaining) Army Network Transition remaining 3 EKMS accounts to KMI º of three subcomponents: Management Client, Automated Air and Missile Defense º Communications Engineering Software (ACES) and Next Field remaining (1 ) Dell XE2 KMI Workstation º Recertify and field KMI AKP devices Generation Load Device (NGLD). AKMI provides a system for Soldier Lethality Support Government Systems Testing in support of KMI distribution of Local Communications Security (COMSEC), º CI2 Spiral 2 Spin 3 FOT&E electronic protection, mission initialization data and Signal Operating Instructions (SOI) information from the planning level º Continue to Provide Help desk support for 397 Army KMI to the point of use in support of current, interim and objective Accounts ACQUISITION Field remaining KMI Spares to forward located Pre- force structure. AKMI introduces capabilities and processes º LIFE CYCLE PHASE to transform operations from manual to secure automated Position sites distribution of keys and firmware directly to end devices. Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Technology Maturation & BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER FY19: Anticipated contract award Next Generation Load • Risk Reduction Device AKMI provides a system for distribution of COMSEC, electronic Engineering & Manufacturing protection and SOI information from the planning level to the • FY19 Planned Activities: Development Procure Pipeline KMI Spares in preparation for transition º point of use in support of current, interim and objective forces to sustainment at division and brigade levels. Production & Deployment Provide support for CI2 Spiral 2, Spin 3 FOT&E º Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS º Field CI2 Spiral 2, Spin 3 SW baseline post FDD (expected • Management Client Nodes (MGC): Automates COMSEC 3Q FY19) management and accounting; electronically generates and º Recertify and Field 100 KMI AKP devices Execute final plans for Transition of KMI CI2 to distributes keys; reduces hardcopy files use º sustainment ACES and Joint Automated COMSEC System: Provides • º Provide Help desk support for 397 Army KMI Accounts crypto network planning; generates SOI data and creates • COMSEC key tags; supports emerging requirements FY20 and Beyond: • Support development, deployment, and fielding of KMI º NGLD: Loads keys into End Cryptographic Units (ECU); small and ruggedized design allows easy key transfers; CI3-5 º Sustainment support of KMI CI2 HW and SW UNITED STATES ARMY 210

213 AKMI FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS CACI (Aberdeen, MD) Sierra Nevada Corporation (Sparks, NV) Dynamics Research Corporation (Aberdeen, MD) AASKI Technology (Aberdeen, MD) 2018 211 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

214 Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT III MODERNIZATION Payload: Unitary Warhead º DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Guidance: Inertial with GPS Aided º The suite of Army Tactical Missile Systems (ATACMS) are 24/7, • M57 TACMS 2000 Unitary all-weather, surface-to-surface, inertially guided missiles used Long-Range Precision Fires to engage targets in the corps/Army area of influence. ATACMS Range: 70-300 km º Next Generation º Payload: Unitary Warhead were used extensively in both Operation Desert Storm (1991) Combat Vehicles º Guidance: Inertial with GPS Aided and in Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003) ground wars for shaping operations by the joint force, Joint Special Operations Forces Future Vertical Lift PROGRAM STATUS and Army Land Component Command operational levels. Army Network • 4QF Y17: Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) 1 There is one missile per launching assembly (missile pod) with Air and Missile Defense Production Contract Award two missiles per launcher load in the M270/ M270A1 Multiple- • 2QFY18: ATACMS Unitary Height-of-Burst Operational Test Launch Rocket System and one missile in the M142 High Soldier Lethality Mobility Artillery Rocket System launcher. #1 and #2 – White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico 3QFY18: SLEP 2 Production Contract Award • Targets include air defense artillery sites, surface-to-surface PROJECTED ACTIVITIES missile units, logistics sites, command and control complexes ACQUISITION • 3QFY19: ATACMS Production Contract Award and helicopter forward operating bases. LIFE CYCLE PHASE • 3QFY20: ATACMS Production Contract Award BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ATACMS Production Contract Award • 3QFY21: Materiel Solution Analysis • ATACMS provides the warfighter the ability to engage both ATACMS Production Contract Award 3QFY22: Technology Maturation & • 3QFY23: ATACMS Production Contract Award point and area high value targets with precision fires out to 300 Risk Reduction km. Engineering & Manufacturing Development SPECIFICATIONS • M39 Block I Production & Deployment Range: 25-165 km º Operations & Support º Payload: 950 Anti-Personnel, Anti-Materiel (APAM) bomblets º Guidance: Inertial • M39A1 Block IA Range: 70-300 km º º Payload: 300 APAM bomblets Guidance: Inertial with Global Positioning System (GPS) º Aided • M48 Quick Reaction Unitary º Range: 70-300 km UNITED STATES ARMY 212

215 ATACMS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES FMS procurement programs are underway. CONTRACTORS Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (Grand Prairie, TX; Camden, AR) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 213

216 Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION austere ports, and bare-beach, joint logistics over-the-shore DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) expand commanders’ operations movement and maneuver options in support of unified land Modular Warping Tug º Long-Range Precision Fires Roll-on/Roll-off Discharge Facility operations. The Army’s current fleet of 132 AWS enables º Next Generation Floating Causeway commanders to operate through fixed, degraded and austere º Combat Vehicles ports, conducting expeditionary sustainment and movement º Causeway Ferry and maneuver of forces for missions across the spectrum of Future Vertical Lift • Towing and Terminal Operations: Provide heavy lifting, military operations. With the exception of the newest Maneuver Army Network ocean and port/harbor towing, and salvage operations Support Vessel (Light) (MSV(L)) platform, the legacy vessels Air and Missile Defense in open, denied or degraded ports; used for general vary widely in age and do not have a single manufacturer. port management and husbandry duties (storing fuel, Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER repositioning barges, firefighting, docking and undocking large ships); can clear and operate ports (fixed, degraded Army watercraft provide responsive, cross-domain capability and austere) while providing coordinated, simultaneous to move combat configured forces, equipment and sustainment supplies close to the point of need throughout a theater of support to multiple sustainment operations sites widely ACQUISITION distributed throughout the area of operations operations creating multiple, complex operational dilemmas for LIFE CYCLE PHASE º Large Tug (LT-800) adversaries throughout all phases of military operations. º Small Tug (ST-900) Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS º Barge Derrick (BD 115-ton) Technology Maturation & Provide inter- and intra-theater • Landing Craft: Risk Reduction PROGRAM STATUS transportation of personnel and materiel, delivering cargo Engineering & Manufacturing from advanced bases and deep-draft strategic sealift ships MSV(L) Engineering & Manufacturing Development (EMD): Development • to harbors, inland waterways, remote and unimproved Milestone B/Contract Award 4QF Y17: • 3QFY18: Preliminary Design Review beaches and coastlines, and denied or degraded ports Production & Deployment º Logistic Support Vessel Operations & Support º Landing Craft Utility (LCU-2000) LCU-2000 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP): • º Induction of Phase I – Vessel 1 2QF Y17: Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM-8) to be replaced 4QF Y17: • Induction of Phase I – Vessel 2 by MSV(L) • Induction of Phase I – Vessel 3 1QFY18: Enable the discharge of strategic Ship-to-Shore Enablers: • sealift ships when suitable ports are unavailable while at Modular Causeway System (MCS) SLEP: anchor or onto degraded ports or bare beaches; causeway Preliminary Design Review 1QFY18: • systems enable joint and Army forces to load transload and offload equipment, personnel and sustainment cargo during sea-based operations, operations in degraded or UNITED STATES ARMY 214

217 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES AWS MSV(L): 2QFY19: • Critical Design Review • Prototype Delivery 1QFY21: FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None LCU-2000 SLEP: • Delivery of Phase I – Vessel 1 2QFY18: CONTRACTORS Vigor Works LLC (Clackamas, OR) MSV(L) EMD: • 3QFY18: Delivery of Phase I – Vessel 2 LCU SLEP: Alion Science and Technology • 4QFY18: (McLean, VA) º Delivery of Phase I – Vessel 3 º Technical Data Package Delivery MCS SLEP: • 3QFY18: Critical Design Review 1QFY19: Technical Data Package Delivery • 2018 215 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

218 Artillery Ammunition PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT III MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Army’s artillery ammunition program includes 75 mm (used • Insensitive munitions (IM) fill is used in the following HE for ceremonies and simulated firings), 105 mm and 155 mm rounds, making the inventory safer: 105 mm M1; 105 mm Long-Range Precision Fires projectiles and their associated fuses and propelling charges. M1130; 155 mm M1122; and 155 mm M795 Next Generation • Projectiles that utilize shell bodies obtained from 155 mm Semifixed ammunition for short and intermediate ranges, Combat Vehicles used in 105 mm Howitzers, is characterized by adjusting the cluster munitions that have been demilitarized, significantly number of multiple propelling charges. Semifixed ammunition lowering unit cost: M1122, 155 mm IM HE; M1123, 155 Future Vertical Lift for long ranges contains a single bag of propellant optimized mm Infrared Illumination; M1124, 155 mm Visible Light Army Network Illumination; and M110A3, 155 mm Spotting Smoke for obtaining high velocity, and is not adjustable. The primer Air and Missile Defense is an integral part of the cartridge case, and is located in the PROGRAM STATUS base. The 105 mm cartridges are issued in a fused or unfused Soldier Lethality Full Rate Production (FRP) for 155 mm Joint configuration. Both cartridge configurations are packaged FY16: • with propellant. Extended-Range Illumination Projectiles M1123 and M1124 commences at Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas Separate-loading ammunition, used in 155 mm Howitzers, has • 2QFY16: Second source for 155 mm M1122 HE stood up at ACQUISITION separately issued projectiles, fuses, propellant charges and Crane Army Ammunition Activity (CAAA), Indiana LIFE CYCLE PHASE 4QFY16: • primers. After installing the appropriate fuse on the projectile, º the fused projectile is loaded into the cannon along with the Produced and delivered new production M82 primers in Materiel Solution Analysis support of the Paladin Integrated Management program appropriate amount of propellant charges and a primer. Technology Maturation & Initial Operational Test and Evaluation Risk Reduction Fulfilled U.S. Army Europe REF10 Liner for 155 mm Smoke The artillery ammunition program includes fuses for cargo- º Engineering & Manufacturing carrying projectiles, such as smoke and illumination, and with the M116A1 Projectile Development 3QFY17: bursting projectiles, such as High Explosives (HE). This • Achieved Type Classified-Standard (TC-STD) for the Extended-Range Smoke 155 mm White Phosphorus program also includes bag propellant for the 105 mm semifixed Production & Deployment cartridges and a modular artillery charge system for 155 mm (WP) Smoke Projectile M1121 Operations & Support • 1QFY18: Achieved Milestone B for the Extended-Range (ER) Howitzers. 155 mm HE Projectile XM1128 BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The mission of the Field Artillery is to destroy, defeat or disrupt the enemy with integrated fires to enable maneuver Stand up new Load, Assemble and Pack Facility at 1QFY19: • CAAA to support 155 mm M1122 HE Production commanders to dominate in unified land operations. Cannon- • 3QFY19: artillery-delivered munitions are a vital component of º this mission. Achieve TC-STD for the 155 mm M1122E1 HE Projectile Achieve Milestone B for the HE Rocket Assisted Projectile º (RAP) XM1113 UNITED STATES ARMY 216

219 Stand up new mixing/pressing facility at Pine Bluff 4QFY19: • Artillery Ammunition Arsenal that provides less toxic smoke • Achieve Full Materiel Release (FMR) for the 155 1QFY20: mm M1121 WP Smoke Projectile FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Achieve Milestone C/TC-STD for the HE ER 155 1QFY21: • Fielded with multiple countries — names for official mm XM1128 use only and not for public disclosure. Achieve Milestone C/TC-STD for the HE RAP 155 4QFY21: • CONTRACTORS mm XM1113 Action Manufacturing (Bristol, PA) • 1QFY22: Achieve FMR and Full Rate Production (FRP) American Ordnance (Middletown, IA) Decision for HE ER 155 mm XM1128 ARMTEC (Coachella, CA) Achieve FMR and FRP Decision for HE RAP 155 • 4QFY22: Bluegrass Army Depot (Lexington, KY) mm XM1113 Chemring Ordnance (Perry, FL) Crane Army Ammunition Activity (Crane, IN) Day & Zimmermann-Lone Star (Texarkana, TX) General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (Fort Lauderdale, FL; Scranton, PA; Canada) Holston Army Ammunition Plant (Kingsport, TN) McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (McAlester, OK) Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (Minneapolis, MN) Pine Bluff Arsenal (Pine Bluff, AR) 2018 217 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

220 Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) is a highly mobile and 2QFY16-3QFY18: • ABV Fieldings 2QFY18: heavily armored minefield and complex obstacle breaching Restarted the ABV Production for additional ABVs • Long-Range Precision Fires for Army National Guard (ARNG) system. It consists of an M1A1 Abrams tank hull; a unique Next Generation turret with two Linear Demolition Charge Systems (employing Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES two Mine Clearing Line Charges (MICLIC) and rockets); a Lane : Restart Production 1QFY19 Marking System (LMS); Integrated Vision System; and a High • Future Vertical Lift • FY19-FY23: Seven Fieldings, ARNG, U.S. Army Forces Lift Adapter that interchangeably mounts a Full Width Mine Army Network Plow (FWMP) or a Combat Dozer Blade. Command and Army Prepositioned Stocks Air and Missile Defense ABV, which requires a crew of two Soldiers, improves the Soldier Lethality mobility and survivability of combat engineers while having the speed and ability to keep pace with the maneuver force. It creates a tank-width cleared lane through a minefield by launching and detonating one of its MICLIC systems across the ACQUISITION minefield, then proofing the lane with its FWMP while marking LIFE CYCLE PHASE the cleared lane with its LMS. Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Technology Maturation & The ABV provides crew protection and vehicle survivability Risk Reduction while having the speed and mobility to keep pace with the Engineering & Manufacturing maneuver force. Commonality of support (M1A1) is also a Development significant benefit to the Soldier. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support ABV’s M1A1 chassis is very similar to the Abrams in terms of • size, weight, speed and range UNITED STATES ARMY 218

221 ABV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Integration: Anniston Army Depot (Anniston, AL) Government Furnished Equipment Contractors: Engineering Breaching Systems: Pearson Engineering LTD (United Kingdom) Linear Demolition Charge System: AECOM (Indianapolis, IN) Integration Vision System: Leonardo DRS (Cypress, CA) Embedded Diagnostics System: Leonardo DRS (Huntsville, AL) General Dynamics Land Hull Integration Kits: Systems (Sterling Heights, MI) Technical Manuals: XMCO Inc. (Warren, MI) 2018 219 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

222 Assured-Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) — Dismounted ACAT III PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES PRIORITY • OTA Contract Award for Requirements Dismounted Assured-Positioning, Navigation and Timing 1QFY19: Development Package 1 (A-PNT) will provide a single source of A-PNT to support Long-Range Precision Fires 4QFY20: Developmental Operations Assessment communications, command and control, logistics, targeting • Next Generation Production Decision Point and effects. It will replace Defense Advanced Global Positioning • 1QFY21: Combat Vehicles • System (GPS) Receiver and commercial GPS for the Nett 3QFY21: Achieve Initial Operational Capability Warrior Ensemble and as a stand-alone capability. It will also Future Vertical Lift optimize power to leverage shared Conformal Wearable Battery Army Network when employed with Nett Warrior. Air and Missile Defense This program supports the A-PNT Cross-Functional Team Soldier Lethality (CFT), which has been established to support the Army Modernization Priorities. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACQUISITION Dismounted A-PNT will provide accurate and trusted PNT LIFE CYCLE PHASE information to the Army’s dismounted users under conditions where space-based PNT GPS may be limited or denied. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction • Capability Development Document and associated Engineering & Manufacturing Requirements Development Package in development Development PROGRAM STATUS Production & Deployment 1QF Y17: Dismounted A-PNT new start • Operations & Support Dismounted A-PNT risk reduction activities FY17-FY18: • A-PNT CFT established 1QFY18: • 2QFY18: • Chief of Staff of the Army approved the A-PNT CFT Roadmap Dismounted A-PNT Request for White Papers • 3QFY18: released through the Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Contract Vehicle UNITED STATES ARMY 220

223 A-PNT — Dismounted FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 221

224 Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) — Mounted/Anti-Jam Antenna System (AJAS) ACAT III PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Mounted Risk Reduction Activities 4QF Y17: The Mounted Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing • 1QFY18: (A-PNT)/Anti-Jam Antenna System (AJAS) will be a scalable, • Long-Range Precision Fires º AJAS new start upgradeable system-mounted platform for ground and Next Generation º unmanned aerial vehicles. It fuses Global Positioning System A-PNT CFT established Combat Vehicles • (GPS) with alternate navigation and timing technology to provide Approved A-PNT CFT Roadmap by the Chief of 2QFY18: Staff of the Army trusted PNT to client platforms and systems. It distributes PNT Future Vertical Lift data to multiple systems directly and via the network, replacing Mounted A-PNT/AJAS Request for White Papers 3QFY18: • Army Network the need for multiple GPS devices on a single platform. It is released through the Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Air and Missile Defense expected that an AJAS will be integrated with the mounted contract vehicle system to achieve performance requirements and will enable Soldier Lethality PROJECTED ACTIVITIES mounted receivers access to GPS signals in challenged • 1QFY19: environments. OTA Contract Award for Requirements Development Package 1 This program supports the A-PNT Cross-Functional Team • 2QFY20: User Assessment ACQUISITION 4QFY20: Production decision point • (CFT) which has been established to support the modernization LIFE CYCLE PHASE Achieve Initial Operational Capability priorities of the Army. 4QFY21: • Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Technology Maturation & Mounted A-PNT/AJAS will provide accurate and trusted PNT Risk Reduction information to Army’s mounted platforms in order to continue Engineering & Manufacturing combat operations/battle rhythms under conditions where Development space-based PNT GPS may be limited or denied. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support Capability Development Document and associated • Requirements Development Package in development UNITED STATES ARMY 222

225 A-PNT — Mounted/AJAS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 223

226 Battlefield Kitchen (BK) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Battlefield Kitchen (BK) provides the capability to prepare • 3QFY18: Production Prove-Out Testing ongoing meals to sustain 300 Soldiers with quality nutrition in a tactical Long-Range Precision Fires PROJECTED ACTIVITIES environment. BK is a trailer-mounted, expandable platform Next Generation • towed by the Light Medium Tactical Vehicle. It will replace the 3QFY19: Combat Vehicles Milestone C, Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) decision º Army’s remaining Mobile Kitchen Trailers (MKT), primarily in Contract Production Option Award º echelon-above-brigade units. Future Vertical Lift º Begin LRIP Army Network BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Air and Missile Defense BK will provide better meal quality, enhanced versatility and a healthier operator environment through the use of new Soldier Lethality thermostatically controlled, modular appliances. The MKT uses open flame appliances from the 1950s that vent exhaust and heat into the kitchen environment inhabited by cooks and their customers. BK’s energy efficient, quiet appliances will ACQUISITION feature closed combustion to vent burner exhaust from the LIFE CYCLE PHASE kitchen. The man-portable, modular appliances will also be reconfigurable within the kitchen or dismountable for use off Materiel Solution Analysis the kitchen platform. This will provide the flexibility to adapt Technology Maturation & meal preparation to the mission scenario. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development • Capable of preparing rations for 300 personnel in four hours using any available military ration Production & Deployment • M1061 A1 military standard trailer Operations & Support Onboard 3 kW military standard generator • Modular appliances with a minimum of 20 percent less fuel • consumption Onboard ventilation, running water and refrigeration • Capable of rail, sea, road, variable and fixed wing transport • Capable of being deployed and used worldwide in all • conditions and environments Government-owned technical data for re-procurement and • to provide complete life cycle support UNITED STATES ARMY 224

227 BK FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Berg Company (Spokane, WA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 225

228 Biometric Enabling Capability (BEC) PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The Biometric Enabling Capability (BEC) program provides the Multimodal storage and matching, including fingerprint, authoritative biometrics enterprise system known as Department palm, iris and face Long-Range Precision Fires Watch-list capability • of Defense (DOD) Automated Biometric Identification System Next Generation • (ABIS). This central, multimodal biometrics data repository Improved integration with interagency repositories, including Combat Vehicles is the enterprise-level authoritative data source for all DOD the FBI Next Generation IAFIS and the DHS IDENT systems biometrics. DOD ABIS can transmit, store, manage, share, Future Vertical Lift PROGRAM STATUS retrieve and display biometric data in support of identity Army Network 1QFY16: • Approval of Transition of Project Manager DOD superiority operations. DOD ABIS includes multimodal Air and Missile Defense (fingerprint, palm, iris and face) storage and matching, watch- Biometrics to PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors list capability and sharing with interagency repositories. It is Soldier Lethality 2QFY16: Approval of Full Deployment Decision • based on adaptations of Commercial Off-The-Shelf products, • using open architecture to minimize development and 3QFY17: Awarded contract for Sustainment (DOD ABIS 1.2) speed deployment. and Service Life Extension (DOD ABIS 1.3) Program ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES DOD ABIS interfaces with numerous DOD and interagency LIFE CYCLE PHASE • 2QFY20: Deployment of DOD ABIS v1.3 biometrics systems, including the FBI Next Generation Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) Materiel Solution Analysis and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Automated Technology Maturation & Biometric Identification System (IDENT), to store and match Risk Reduction biometric data on non-U.S. persons of interest to DOD. Engineering & Manufacturing Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER BEC is a mission-enabler for force protection, intelligence, Production & Deployment physical and logical access control, identity management/ Operations & Support credentialing, detention and interception operations. The program supports overseas contingency operations, including counterintelligence; Iraqi and Afghan security force screening; detainee operations; cache and post-improvised explosive device incident exploitation; intelligence operations; presence operations; local population control; seizure operations; and base access control. UNITED STATES ARMY 226

229 BEC FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leidos (Fairmont, WV) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 227

230 Calibration Sets (CALSETS) Equipment PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION used by Table of Distribution(s) and Allowances (TDA) National DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Calibration Sets (CALSETS) program has two Mobile Guard (NG) and Army civilian organizations to support the NG, industrial base and to also provide support when tactical ATSTs Maintenance Shops for the deployment of Area Test, Long-Range Precision Fires are deployed. The AN/GSM-442 is a training set used at the Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Support Next Generation 94H military occupational specialty school. The Reference Set Teams (ATST). Six variations of CALSETS for TMDE Combat Vehicles maintenance and two variations of local area networks (LAN) is a high-accuracy, high-capability set used by TDA civilians to support the field calibration sets and TMDE they can’t support. allow use of automated maintenance procedures and transfer Future Vertical Lift of maintenance information. TMDE maintenance facilities use All of these sets are used to ensure measurements made by Army Network this hardware to provide calibration and repair support for weapon system maintainers, with their TMDE, are accurate and Air and Missile Defense weapon system maintenance TMDE. traceable to national standards. Soldier Lethality Mobile Maintenance Shops: LAN: The AN/GYM-26(V)1 and AN/GYM-26(V)2 are both The AN/GSM-705 is a 37-foot used to provide a means to perform automated maintenance, semitrailer with a production control desk communications and network rack, five work benches and eight instrument racks download necessary maintenance data and upload test data. necessary to house a calibration set and a LAN. The AN/GSM- ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER 421A(V)2 is an 8-foot by 20-foot International Organization for LIFE CYCLE PHASE Standardization shelter similar to the AN/GSM-705 with only CALSETS provides warfighters with calibration and repair support capabilities for instrumentation and maintenance three benches, two tall racks and two short racks. This system Materiel Solution Analysis devices within a theater of operations. operates at secondary locations with a smaller calibration set Technology Maturation & and LAN. These Mobile Maintenance Shops are fielded with Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS up-armored prime movers, power generation, environmental Engineering & Manufacturing • control and communication equipment. Various dimensions depending on equipment Development PROGRAM STATUS CALSETS: CALSETS have different capabilities, both to support Production & Deployment different requirements and to keep cost down. CALSETS are FY16-FY18: • Operations & Support Sustainment and Modernization: used in Mobile Maintenance shops and in fixed calibration º − facilities. The AN/GSM-440 is the primary tactical CALSETS and Secondary Transfer Standards Basic, AN/GSM-286 Secondary Transfer Standards Augmented, AN/GSM- − has the most capability of the mobile sets. This set is capable of supporting more than 90 percent of the types of TMDE in 287 the Army. The AN/GSM-439 Tactical CALSETS is the smallest − Transfer Set, Standards, AN/GSM-439 and AN/GSM- 440 and has the least capability of the sets. Its primary mission is to support the high-density workload which accounts for 70 Production: º − percent of Army TMDE. This can be co-located with the AN/ Calibration Set, Secondary Transfer Standards, AN/ GSM-421A(V)2 GSM-705 or setup in a separate location. The AN/GSM-286 and AN/GSM-287 sets are less capable than the AN/ GSM-440 and UNITED STATES ARMY 228

231 Fielding: º CALSETS Secondary Transfer Standards, AN/GSM-421A(V)2 to 12 − Active Component and NG Units FOREIGN MILITARY SALES PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Afghanistan, Egypt, Japan, Lithuania, Saudi Arabia, • 2QFY18-2QFY19: Taiwan and United Arab Emirates º AN/GSM-421A(V)2 continue Production and Fielding CONTRACTORS Acquisition of 96040A Signal Generator, 5730A Multi- º Dynetics, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) Product Calibrator and Instrument Controller Keysight Technologies, Inc. (Santa Rosa, CA) Fluke Corp. (Everett, WA) 2018 229 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

232 Camel II Unit Water Pod System PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 2QFY18-4QFY18: Production • The Unit Water Pod System (Camel II) is the Army’s primary water distribution system. Camel II replaces the M107, M149 Long-Range Precision Fires PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and M1112 series water trailers. It consists of an 800- to Next Generation 900-gallon-capacity baffled water tank with integrated freeze 1QFY19: • Production Combat Vehicles protection and all hoses and fittings necessary to dispense • 1QFY18-4QFY19: Fielding • 1QFY20: water by gravity flow. The system provides a one-day supply Full Operational Capability Future Vertical Lift of potable water for drinking and other purposes. If the unit has Army Network another source of drinking water, such as bottled water, then Air and Missile Defense the Camel II can provide two days of potable water for other purposes. The system also contains six positions for filling Soldier Lethality canteens and five-gallon water cans. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The Camel II receives, stores and dispenses potable water to ACQUISITION warfighter units at all echelons throughout the battlefield. LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS Materiel Solution Analysis Mounts on an M1095 trailer, allowing for better on- and • Technology Maturation & off-road transportability by utilizing the Family of Medium Risk Reduction Tactical Vehicle trucks Engineering & Manufacturing • Provides one-day supply of potable water Development • Provides two-day supply for purposes other than drinking • Operational from minus 25 degrees to more than 120 Production & Deployment degrees Fahrenheit Operations & Support UNITED STATES ARMY 230

233 Camel II FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Contractors (McCalester, OK) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 231

234 Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS) — M8E1 ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Produced CBPS units on existing contract The Chemical Biological Protective Shelter (CBPS) is a mobile, • FY16-FY18: • self-contained, rapidly deployable, chemically and biologically Pine Bluff Arsenal successful First Article Test; 4QF Y17: Long-Range Precision Fires completed Technical Manual Validation and Verification protected shelter system that provides a contamination-free, Next Generation • 2QFY18: Received Type Classification-Standard and Full environmentally controlled medical treatment area. The CBPS Combat Vehicles is intended to be fielded to the Army, Army Reserves and Army Materiel Release decision for 253 M8E1 units; executed initial fielding of M8E1 variant with 11 units fielded to National Guard. Future Vertical Lift the Republic of Korea Army Network BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The CBPS provides medical treatment teams and squads, consisting of four medical personnel, with a contamination- 1QFY19: • Follow-On Materiel Release for remaining Soldier Lethality free and environmentally controlled medical treatment area M8E1 units • FY19-FY23: Production of CBPS units towards completion to treat up to eight litter and ambulatory patients without the encumbrance of individual protective clothing and equipment. of Army Acquisition Objective The CBPS is capable of being transported by ground, rail, sea ACQUISITION or air. LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS Materiel Solution Analysis • Rigid Wall Shelter Technology Maturation & Heating, ventilation and air conditioning system • Risk Reduction Nuclear, biological and chemical filtration system • Engineering & Manufacturing • Onboard primary and auxiliary electric power sources Development Deployable chemical biological protective fabric shelter • with ambulatory and litter airlocks Production & Deployment Utilizes a Model M1085 Medium Tactical Vehicle to move • Operations & Support the CBPS system as well as the medical treatment team’s equipment UNITED STATES ARMY 232

235 CBPS — M8E1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Pine Bluff Arsenal (Pine Bluff, AR) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 233

236 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Dismounted Reconnaissance Sets, Kits and Outfits (CBRN DR SKO) ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATIONS PRIORITY • Commercial and government off-the-shelf equipment that The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) will provide detection, identification, sample collection, Dismounted Reconnaissance Sets, Kits and Outfits (DR SKO) Long-Range Precision Fires decontamination, marking and hazard reporting of CBRN system will consist of commercial and government off-the-shelf Next Generation equipment that will provide detection, identification, sample threats Combat Vehicles Supports dismounted reconnaissance, surveillance and • collection, decontamination, marking and hazard reporting of CBRN threats, as well as personnel protection from CBRN CBRN site-assessment missions to enable more detailed Future Vertical Lift CBRN information reports for commanders hazards. Army Network Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS CBRN DR SKO is composed of handheld, man-portable • detectors that identify potential Weapons of Mass Destruction USMC CBRN Initial Operational Capability (IOC) FY16: Soldier Lethality FY17-FY18: • (WMD) and WMD precursors, and determine the levels of protection required to assess a sensitive site. The system º Army EOD design supports dismounted reconnaissance, surveillance and CBRN Non-traditional Agent Refresh º site-assessment missions to enable more detailed CBRN DR SKO Increment 2 Analysis of Materiel FY17-FY19: • ACQUISITION Solutions information reports for commanders. These site locations may LIFE CYCLE PHASE • FY18: USMC CBRN IOC be enclosed or confined, and are therefore inaccessible by traditional CBRN reconnaissance-mounted platforms. CBRN Materiel Solution Analysis PROJECTED ACTIVITIES site assessments help planners determine if more thorough Technology Maturation & FY19: analysis is required to mitigate risks or gather intelligence on • Risk Reduction adversaries’ chemical warfare agents, biological warfare agents º Army EOD IOC Engineering & Manufacturing or toxic industrial material capabilities. Explosive Ordnance Air Force IOC º Development º Disposal (EOD) variants have been added for U.S. Marine Corps USMC EOD IOC (USMC) and Army EOD units to provide CBRN protection and FY20: • Army CBRN Full Operational Capability (FOC) Production & Deployment detection capabilities for use in render safe operations. • FY21: Operations & Support Air Force FOC º BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER º Navy FOC • FY23: CBRN DR SKO provides a comprehensive, all-hazards Army EOD FOC º dismounted reconnaissance and site assessment capability to º USMC EOD FOC protect against, detect and decontaminate chemical warfare agents, biological warfare agents, toxic industrial chemicals and other hazards. UNITED STATES ARMY 234

237 CBRN DR SKO FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS FLIR Systems, Inc. (Elkridge, MD) Pine Bluff Arsenal (Pine Bluff, AR) 2018 235 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

238 Combat Service Support Communications (CSS Comms) ACAT III PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION • Ku-band DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Combat Service Support Communications (CSS Comms) • Auto-acquire satellite terminals Fixed infrastructure of four primary and three COOP • includes the Combat Service Support Automated Long-Range Precision Fires Information Systems Interface (CAISI) and the CSS Satellite teleports and high-speed terrestrial links Next Generation Communications (CSS SATCOM) system. CAISI allows • Supports information exchange up to the sensitive Combat Vehicles information level current and emerging battlefield CSS automation devices to electronically exchange information via tactical networks. • Fully integrated into NIPRNet Future Vertical Lift CAISI provides unit commanders and logistics managers an Army Network PROGRAM STATUS interface device to support CSS doctrine for full-spectrum Air and Missile Defense operations. CAISI employs a deployable wireless local area FY16-FY18: • º network infrastructure linking Army logistics information Maintained operational readiness of the CSS VSAT and Soldier Lethality CAISI product lines system computers in a seven square km area. It is certified in º accordance with Federal Information Processing Standards Completed fielding of upgraded iDirect satellite modems 140-2 Level 2. CSS SATCOM includes Commercial Off-The- for CSS VSAT terminals worldwide Shelf, Ku-band, auto-acquire satellite terminals called CSS ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Very Small Aperture Terminals (CSS VSAT), repackaged in LIFE CYCLE PHASE FY19-FY23: Complete major technical refresh of CSS VSAT fly-away transit cases, along with a fixed infrastructure of four • and CAISI architecture with modernized hardware primary and three continuity of operations (COOP) teleports Materiel Solution Analysis and high-speed terrestrial links that provide a highly effective, Technology Maturation & easy-to-use, transportable, SATCOM-based solution to CSS Risk Reduction nodes. CSS SATCOM supports information exchange up to the Engineering & Manufacturing sensitive level, is rapidly deployable anywhere in the world and Development is fully integrated into the Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet). Production & Deployment Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER CAISI allows deployed Soldiers to connect CSS automation devices to a secure wireless network and electronically exchange information via tactical or commercial communications. CSS SATCOM eliminates the often dangerous need for Soldiers to hand deliver requisitions via convoys in combat areas. SPECIFICATIONS • 7 square km wireless local area network infrastructure • Federal Information Processing Standards 140-2 Level 2 UNITED STATES ARMY 236

239 CSS Comms FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leonardo DRS (Herndon, VA) L3 Communication Systems (New York, NY) Equinix (Rock Island, IL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 237

240 Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • FY16-FY18: The M1977 Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) is a modified Produced and fielded over 400 M1977A4s M977 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck equipped with (latest variant) Long-Range Precision Fires a Load Handling System. The M1977 CBT was designed to Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES support the Engineer Corps in transporting all bridging assets. Combat Vehicles • The M1977 CBT loads, launches and retrieves the Standard Ongoing contract for Recapitalization Current: Ribbon Bridge, Improved Ribbon Bridge and new Bridge Future Vertical Lift Erection Boat utilizing the Bridge Adapter Pallet. It is equipped Army Network with a winch to assist in retrieving the deployed equipment. Air and Missile Defense The CBT also transports and launches the Heavy Dry Support Bridge and Rapidly Emplaced Bridge System in Stryker Soldier Lethality Brigades. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The CBT is an essential component of the Multi-Role Bridge ACQUISITION Company (MRBC). The MRBC combines the roles of previous LIFE CYCLE PHASE float- and fixed-bridge companies to perform their missions with less manpower and greater flexibility. The Army designed Materiel Solution Analysis MRBC to give commanders a flexible and adaptable unit that Technology Maturation & can accomplish both float- and fixed-bridge missions. The Risk Reduction objective is to have each MRBC be 100 percent mobile (every Engineering & Manufacturing bridge load is on a prime mover or a trailer) and take advantage Development of product standardization. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support Payload: 24,000 pounds • Configuration: 8 feet by 8 feet • • Fording capability: 48 inches • Grade: 60 percent UNITED STATES ARMY 238

241 CBT FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 239

242 Common Hardware Systems (CHS) PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION CHS-4 contract provides Configuration Management: • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Common Hardware Systems (CHS) acquire and support a mechanism to preserve hardware configurations, including designs for integrated solutions and kits to ensure sustainment of highly flexible, cost-effective, common Long-Range Precision Fires and simplified nondevelopmental Command, Control, interoperability with networked systems as well as continued Next Generation information assurance compliance Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance Combat Vehicles and Reconnaissance solutions. CHS improves battlefield CHS works with prime End of Life Management: • interoperability and connectivity while garnering efficient Future Vertical Lift vendor and original equipment manufacturers to manage competition and enabling the latest commercial technology Army Network solutions to be integrated onto the Army tactical network and technology obsolescence Air and Missile Defense Combat Systems. • Replacement Configurations: CHS communicates Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER with programs to identify next generation replacement The CHS program office enables the Operating Force through configurations to ensure requirements continue to be met a holistic approach to acquire commercial Information • CHS works with programs Technology (IT), to include Commercial Off-The-Shelf IT and Emerging Technologies: ACQUISITION and industry to coordinate new commercial information non-developmental items, utilizing the most effective and LIFE CYCLE PHASE efficient means to meet program offices’ tactical and operational technologies onto the Army’s tactical network; CHS requirements. CHS also enables the Army’s crew-served hosts industry roadmaps and technology demonstrations Materiel Solution Analysis tactical tracked and wheeled vehicles and command posts to to facilitate collaboration between Original Equipment Technology Maturation & gain the decisive edge on the battlefield by providing a reliable, Manufacturer and program offices Risk Reduction robust and scalable command, control and communications PROGRAM STATUS Engineering & Manufacturing intercom system. The CHS-4 and VIC-5 contracts provide the Development FY16-FY18: procurement mechanisms to meet Army and Department of • Managed acquisition and delivery of CHS equipment in º Defense requirements. Production & Deployment support of customer requirements Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS º Award CHS-5 Contract • CHS provides Streamlined Rapid Acquisition Process: PROJECTED ACTIVITIES rapid acquisition capability for all requirements, including FY19-FY23: engineering support, hardware, sustainment and services • º Continue management and delivery of CHS equipment in support of customer requirements CHS works with stakeholders to facilitate Rapid Execution: • the rapid execution of technology insertions, delivery orders CHS-6 contract acquisition competition º and task orders UNITED STATES ARMY 240

243 CHS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS CHS-4 Production Contract: General Dynamics (Taunton, MA) Systems Engineering, Testing and Analysis Booz Allen Hamilton (Washington, DC) and Support: Bowhead (Alexandria, VA) 2018 241 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

244 Common Robotic System-Individual (CRS(I)) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The Common Robotic System–Individual (CRS(I)) enables Materiel Development Decision 1QFY16: • 2QFY16: dismounted forces to provide a capability for lower-level Capability Development Document approved • Long-Range Precision Fires 2QFY18: • Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition to Next Generation Milestone B º enhance maneuvers and force protection. Combat Vehicles º Engineering and Manufacturing Development Contract awarded to two vendors CRS(I) establishes the Army’s common small-base platform with Future Vertical Lift a lightweight (less than 25 pounds), highly mobile, unmanned Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES robotic system that includes standard payloads, advanced Air and Missile Defense • FY19: Capability Production Document sensors and mission modules for dismounted forces. Milestone C 2QFY19: • Soldier Lethality The system is designed for quick reconfiguration for various missions by adding or removing modules or payloads. The CRS(I) system includes a Universal Controller (UC) that has the ability to achieve and maintain active or passive control of any ACQUISITION current Army or Marine Corps program of record (battalion and LIFE CYCLE PHASE below), as well as any unmanned (air or ground) system or its respective payload. The UC will have the ability to control the Materiel Solution Analysis Puma, Raven, Man Transportable Robot System Increment 2 Technology Maturation & and Common Robotic System-Heavy. Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing Development CRS(I) is ideal for clearing buildings, caves and other restricted terrain where close-quarters combat is likely. CRS(I) identifies Production & Deployment enemy positions, explosive hazards and civilians without Operations & Support exposing the warfighter. SPECIFICATIONS Common small-base lightweight (less than 25 pounds) • platform Highly mobile unmanned robotic system that includes • standard payloads, advanced sensors and mission modules for dismounted forces UNITED STATES ARMY 242

245 CRS(I) FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Endeavor Robotics (Chelmsford, MA) QinetiQ North America (Waltham, MA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 243

246 Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Intercept Land-based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) ACAT III PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION 375 successful intercepts of rockets and mortar rounds fired DESCRIPTION PRIORITY at high-value theater assets, with no fratricides or collateral The Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Intercept Land- damage. based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) program evolved from Long-Range Precision Fires the operational success of the C-RAM system-of-systems Next Generation SPECIFICATIONS effort in theater. It transitioned to an acquisition program to Combat Vehicles provide counter-RAM protection to the Indirect Fire Protection Primary component is the LPWS, a modified U.S. • Navy Phalanx Close-In Weapon System mounted on a Capability (IFPC)/Avenger Battalions, 5th Battalion, 5th Air Future Vertical Lift commercial 35-ton semitrailer for land-based operations Defense Artillery (ADA) Regiment and 2nd Battalion, 44th ADA Army Network º Weight: 58,000 pounds Regiment. C-RAM Intercept LPWS provides IFPC/Avenger Air and Missile Defense battalions with the ability to defend against and defeat enduring º Dimensions with Prime Mover: 65 feet long x 12 feet wide Indirect Fire (IDF) threats. x 14 feet high Soldier Lethality º Prime Mover: M916A3 Crew Size: Four Countering IDF threats requires a holistic design approach. º • M61A1 20 mm Gatling gun capable of onboard target C-RAM Intercept LPWS works with the C-RAM system-of- acquisition and fire control systems architecture and with other program of record systems ACQUISITION º Max/Sustained Rate of Fire: 4,500 rounds per minute to provide the complete suite of C-RAM capabilities. The major LIFE CYCLE PHASE º ~300 rounds per typical engagement components interoperating with C-RAM Intercept LPWS at LPWS barrels optimized for use with M940 ammunition the IFPC/Avenger battalions include Air and Missile Defense • Materiel Solution Analysis º M940 designed to self-destruct beyond 2,000 meters to Planning and Control System shelters; RAM Warn hardware; Technology Maturation & C-RAM Communications Network; C-RAM Command minimize collateral damage Risk Reduction and Control workstations; and multiple counter-fire target Integrated search-and-track radars detect and engage wide • Engineering & Manufacturing range of IDF threats acquisition radars, including AN/TPQ-50 Lightweight Counter Development Mortar Radars, AN/TPQ-53 radars, Sentinel radars and Ku- C-RAM command and control system integrates sensors, • weapons and warning systems band Radio Frequency System radar. Production & Deployment Operations & Support PROGRAM STATUS In 2013, the Army Acquisition Executive (AAE) designated C-RAM Intercept an Army acquisition program and authorized • 3QFY16: C-RAM Intercept LPWS Conditional Materiel Release (CMR) fielding of LPWS guns and support equipment to the IFPC/ AAE approval to field under CMR 1QF Y17: • Avenger battalions. Fielding is ongoing. LPWS Spiral 6.4.1 software Urgent Materiel • 4QF Y17: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Release (UMR) LPWS/Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems 2QFY18: • C-RAM Intercept LPWS provides C-RAM protection to warfighting personnel and high-value assets by detecting engineering test RAM launches and intercepting rounds in flight. To date, the LPWS Cruise Missile Defense capability 3QFY18: • C-RAM Intercept LPWS capability is credited with more than demonstration UNITED STATES ARMY 244

247 LPWS Spiral 6.4.3 software UMR 4QFY18: • C-RAM Intercept LPWS PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 2QFY19-2QFY20: Logistics demonstration training, FOREIGN MILITARY SALES execution and verification None LPWS Spiral 6.4.1 software Full Materiel Release 3QFY20: • Transition to Sustainment (organic, Army) • 3QFY21: CONTRACTORS Raytheon Missile Systems (Tucson, AZ) 2018 245 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

248 Defense Enterprise Wideband SATCOM System (DEWSS) ACAT III PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION • Provides super high-frequency military X-Band and Ku- DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Band satellite communication terminals The Defense Enterprise Wideband SATCOM System (DEWSS) Blend of military standard and Commercial Off-The-Shelf provides strategic satellite communication systems and • Long-Range Precision Fires satellite network control and planning systems for the Defense communication equipment ensures highly available network Next Generation with 99.9 percent operational availability Satellite Communications (SATCOM) and the Wideband Global Combat Vehicles SATCOM (WGS) system satellite constellations. DEWSS PROGRAM STATUS includes two major capabilities: Future Vertical Lift • FY16-FY18: Army Network • Wideband Satellite Operations and Management Completed Fielding of nine additional AN/GSC-52B º Air and Missile Defense enables the Army to efficiently plan and System (WSOMS) satellite terminals under the Modernization of Enterprise manage the global SATCOM network. Terminals program Soldier Lethality º Completed all satellite control architecture changes to The Enterprise Wideband Satellite Terminal System • support the expanded 10 satellite WGS constellation º (EWSTS) provides large aperture satellite communication Completed power distribution upgrades at all U.S. Army SATCOM Gateway facilities to improve system reliability terminals and associated satellite modems, multiplexers, ACQUISITION routers and supporting telecommunications equipment to and availability LIFE CYCLE PHASE strategic Army SATCOM Gateway facilities worldwide. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Materiel Solution Analysis These WSOMS and EWSTS systems are integrated into a system- • FY19-FY23: Technology Maturation & of-systems architecture supporting: strategic communications Complete all remaining AN/GSC-52B satellite terminal º Risk Reduction infrastructure; presidential communications; the Department fieldings for U.S. Army SATCOM Gateways Engineering & Manufacturing of Defense (DOD) Information Network; Army LandWarNet; the º Complete installation modernized equipment into new Development SATCOM Gateway facilities at Camp Roberts, California; Ballistic Missile Defense System Communications Network; and tactical reachback for deployed forces through SATCOM Fort Buckner, Japan; and Landstuhl, Germany Production & Deployment Gateways facilities around the world. Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Highly available strategic military satellite communication systems enable warfighters to execute worldwide command and control of deployed forces worldwide. SPECIFICATIONS Network planning and satellite control systems enable joint • use of the WGS system for DOD users UNITED STATES ARMY 246

249 DEWSS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Harris (Melbourne, FL) Northrop Grumman (Manassas, VA) IAP Inc. (McLean, VA) Boeing (Huntington Beach, CA) Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (Laurel, MD) 2018 247 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

250 Early Entry Fluid Distribution System (E2FDS) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATIONS PRIORITY During the early phases of operations, the Early Entry Fluid • Comprised of flexible conduit, employment and Distribution System (E2FDS) is employed to throughput large retrieval systems Long-Range Precision Fires quantities of petroleum or water while reducing the requirement Includes conduit support equipment (valves, couplings and • Next Generation joints), pump stations and a centralized control module for line-haul semitrailers, relieving main supply route congestion. Combat Vehicles • Components are packed in International Organization for E2FDS is a high-throughput flexible conduit system used for the Standardization configuration for deployment and are Heavy Future Vertical Lift transport of bulk petroleum or water on the modular battlefield. Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck-Load Handling System, Army Network It is a rapidly emplaced conduit system capable of moving Palletized Load System (PLS) and PLS Trailer transportable Air and Missile Defense 850,000 gallons of fuel or 650,000 gallons of raw (nonpotable) PROGRAM STATUS water a distance of up to 50 miles in a 20-hour period. This new Soldier Lethality • materiel system enhances the Inland Petroleum Distribution Milestone B 4QFY16: System (IPDS) by providing an early entry capability for • 1QFY18: Preliminary Design Review Critical Design Review petroleum throughput, as well as a means to rapidly extend • 3QFY18: existing pipeline traces or establish new traces during later ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES phases of operations. The system is emplaced at a rate of 25 LIFE CYCLE PHASE miles per day and retrieved at 10 miles per day. • 2QFY19: Contractor demonstration testing Milestone C 4QFY19: • Materiel Solution Analysis First Unit Equipped 3QFY20: • The E2FDS is positioned and operated by Military Occupational Technology Maturation & Full Operational Capability • 4QFY21: Specialty 92F (petroleum supply specialist) and requires Risk Reduction minimal engineering support to emplace the conduit or pump Engineering & Manufacturing stations. Pump stations are centrally controlled to enable rapid Development and precise synchronization during pumping operations. Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Operations & Support E2FDS enables a more rapid setup of the conduit trace, and the automation and centralized control enables greater precision of pipeline operations. Once the IPDS pipeline is put in place, E2FDS can be used to extend the pipeline trace as a backup system or be moved to another location. UNITED STATES ARMY 248

251 E2FDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 249

252 Expeditionary Water Packaging System (EWPS) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION PRIORITY 4QFY19: • The Expeditionary Water Packaging System (EWPS) provides Type Classification 1QFY20: Fielding of one system to Army Prepositioned on-site water bottling capability, eliminating transportation • Long-Range Precision Fires requirements and risks. EWPS is a completely containerized, Stock Next Generation fully automated water packaging system that fills and caps Combat Vehicles one-liter bottles with potable water for individual Soldier consumption. The EWPS features end-to-end automated Future Vertical Lift production within a closed, hygienic environment. Army Network Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER EWPS reduces the distribution footprint for bottled water and Soldier Lethality the causalities associated with line-haul distribution. It provides inherent safety and health benefits by reducing Soldier contamination at bulk system fill points and minimizes the cost associated with procuring and transporting bottled water. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS • Fills 900 one-liter plastic bottles per hour, powered by Materiel Solution Analysis standard military tactical generator sets Technology Maturation & • Compatible with standard military Environmental Control Risk Reduction Units Engineering & Manufacturing Development PROGRAM STATUS Source Selection Evaluation Board • 4QFY16: Production & Deployment 3QFY17: • Operations & Support Milestone C Approval º Production Contract Award º Production Verification Test 4QFY18: • UNITED STATES ARMY 250

253 EWPS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 251

254 Family of Engineer Combat and Construction Sets (ECACS) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION stability, transition and reconstruction across Unified Land DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Family of Engineer Combat and Construction Sets (ECACS) Operations. consists of engineer sets that aid in the detection, protection, Long-Range Precision Fires BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER surveillance, evacuation and clearance of buildings as well Next Generation ECACS equips the warfighter with the tools necessary to as facilities repair, road construction and other construction Combat Vehicles perform detection, protection, surveillance and evacuation as engineering tasks. Hydraulic, Electric, Pneumatic, Operated Equipment (HEPPOE) provides engineer units with an effective well as any construction engineer task needed for urban and Future Vertical Lift rural environments. means to operate hydraulic-electric-pneumatic tools in a non- Army Network power-sourced location while conducting theater-of-operation Air and Missile Defense SPECIFICATIONS repair and construction tasks. • HEPPOE: Includes two portable multi-powered units and Soldier Lethality Urban Operations Platoon Set (UOpPS) provides the tools 13 lift cases of tools such as pavement breakers; concrete needed to mitigate gaps such as explosive detection and vibrators; concrete and wood chainsaws; sump pumps; early and forcible entry, which enhances the engineer force’s various drills and saws; sanders and grinders; and post pullers capability to rapidly shape the operational environment. This ACQUISITION set also contains the only equipment that allows engineer UOpPS: • Includes vapor and trace explosives detector; LIFE CYCLE PHASE platoons to safely breach hardened underground facilities Power Hawk rescue system; under-door remote-viewing during subterranean operations. The Soldier-portable tool load instrument; articulating fiberscope; pole-mounted infrared Materiel Solution Analysis camera; exothermic cutting torch; and portable hand-held is composed of high-tech, Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Technology Maturation & welder items contained in five ruggedized cases. Risk Reduction • UOpSS: Includes urban assault bridging/climbing ladders; Engineering & Manufacturing breaching kit; rappelling kit; mechanical entry tools; and Urban Operations Squad Set (UOpSS) provides combat Development marker light sticks engineers the ability to conduct operations in urbanized, VSECK: Includes hand tools, cordless tools and power tools complex and subterranean areas utilizing various breeching • Production & Deployment containerized for transportability and accountability and marking techniques. The Soldier-portable tool load is Operations & Support composed of low-tech COTS items transportable in four canvas PROGRAM STATUS bags. Platoon/Squad Follow-on Contract Award • 4QFY18: HEPPOE Follow-on Contract Award • The Vertical Skills Engineer Construction Kits (VSECK) effort 3QFY19: combines eight existing sets into a family of six systems which PROJECTED ACTIVITIES include hand and power tools used by carpenters, plumbers, • 3QFY18: VSECK, Type Classification – Standard pipefitters, electricians, and concrete and masonry craftsmen. 4QFY18: • VSECK, First Unit Equipped VSECK systems leverage the latest in technological advances to support tactical missions providing means for security, • Ongoing Production and Fielding for HEPPOE, FY19: UOpPS, UOpSS and VSECK UNITED STATES ARMY 252

255 ECACS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Kipper Tool Company (Gainesville, GA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 253

256 Family of Weapon Sights — Crew Served (FWS-CS) ACAT III PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The Family of Weapon Sights – Crew Served (FWS-CS) will Preliminary Design Conference 2QF Y17: Component Critical Design Review mount to the M240 Medium Machine Gun, the M2 .50-Caliber 3QFY17: • Long-Range Precision Fires System Critical Design Review 4QF Y17: Machine Gun and the MK19 Grenade Machine Gun and will • Next Generation 4QFY18: provide the Soldier with High-Definition (HD) infrared (thermal) • Combat Vehicles º imagery in all weather conditions, under all lighting conditions BAE Contractor Developmental Test BAE Government Development Test (GDT) º and through obscurants. The FWS-CS will also integrate an HD Future Vertical Lift day camera, a laser rangefinder and a wireless Helmet Mounted Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Display (HMD). Air and Missile Defense • Reliability Growth Test (RGT) (mini – BAE) 1QFY19: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER 2QFY19: • Soldier Lethality º GDT (DRS) The EWPS reduces the distribution footprint for bottled water RGT (mini–DRS) The FWS-CS HD thermal sensor and HD day camera will provide º • 3QFY19: RGT-1 star t Soldiers with a long-range capability for crew-served weapons. The FWS-CS integrated laser rangefinder will support a ballistic • 4QFY19: Milestone C Decision ACQUISITION crosshair that shifts based on the target range, enabling LIFE CYCLE PHASE Soldiers to get first bursts on target. The FWS-CS wireless HMD allows the Soldier to receive weapon sight imagery while Materiel Solution Analysis behind protective armor and when using a weapon system with Technology Maturation & the Objective Gunners Protection Kit. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development Man-sized target recognition at night: 70 percent probability • at 2,400 meters (threshold) and 2,600 meters (objective) Production & Deployment • Man-sized target recognition through smoke or other Operations & Support obscurants: 90 percent probability at 500 meters (threshold) and 600 meters (objective) Total system weight: Less than or equal to 3.25 pounds • (threshold) and 2.5 pounds (objective) Field-of-view: Greater than or equal to 9 degrees (threshold) • and 18 degrees (objective) UNITED STATES ARMY 254

257 FWS-CS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 255

258 Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) provides enhanced tactical mobility for an Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) nine- Long-Range Precision Fires Soldier infantry squad with their associated equipment to move Next Generation quickly around the battlefield, to include medium distance Combat Vehicles insertion or repositioning operations. This allows commanders greater freedom of movement and freedom of action. Future Vertical Lift Army Network BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Air and Missile Defense GMV provides flexibility for entry operations (permissive and non-permissive) to counter threat anti-access strategies Soldier Lethality through the use of multiple austere entry points via air-drop, air-land and/or air-insertion. SPECIFICATIONS ACQUISITION 9-man, Low Velocity Airdrop (LVAD)-capable, CH-47 internal • LIFE CYCLE PHASE transport Materiel Solution Analysis PROGRAM STATUS Technology Maturation & FY16-FY18: • Safety, performance and endurance testing Risk Reduction in support of Army-GMV 1.1 Urgent Materiel Release Engineering & Manufacturing completed Development Contract Award • 3QFY18: 3QFY18-1QFY19: • LVAD testing anticipated Production & Deployment Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES First Unit Equipped 4QFY18: • Full Operational Capability (five Airborne IBCTs) 3QFY20: • UNITED STATES ARMY 256

259 GMV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (St. Petersburg, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 257

260 Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT III MODERNIZATION Data Links (TCDL) and network based infrastructure back to DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) is a legacy Special Continental United States (CONUS) based garrison locations where it is correlated, exploited and disseminated to supported Electronic Mission Aircraft that has been providing critical Aerial Long-Range Precision Fires commands. Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (AISR) capability Next Generation for over 45 years. Guardrail was originally built as a Cold War Combat Vehicles BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER system to provide indications and warnings against adversaries The GRCS SIGINT capabilities enable the exploitation of in both the European and Pacific Theaters of Operation. The Future Vertical Lift Guardrail system has been modernized since inception to common and modern signals spanning a large frequency band Army Network maintain relevancy and to enable continued prosecution of with precision accuracy. Ground processing software and Air and Missile Defense hardware are part of the Army Tactical SIGINT Baseline and are emerging threats within the changing battlespace. interoperable with DCGS-A OGS and CONUS garrison locations, Soldier Lethality which reduces the forward deployed footprint significantly. The GRCS is the Army’s current integrated Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) platform that provides near real-time targeting warfighter will benefit from planned improvements through Guardrail modernization efforts, including near term technical information to tactical commanders and supports full-spectrum refresh efforts for the ELINT and COMINT subsystems utilizing operations. GRCS is hosted on a fixed-wing aircraft (King Air ACQUISITION B200), designated RC-12X, and is the Army’s premiere airborne software defined open architecture as well as cockpit avionics LIFE CYCLE PHASE upgrades. GRCS is the only AISR platform in the Army’s SIGINT-collection and precision targeting location system. The GRCS fleet is comprised of 14 mission aircraft supporting inventory that is currently certified for precision long-range fires Materiel Solution Analysis multiple combatant commands and five training platforms. In support. Technology Maturation & Fiscal Year 2018, the GRCS mission aircraft’s economic useful Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS life was extended until 2034. Engineering & Manufacturing • Integrated COMINT and ELINT collection and reporting Development GRCS sensor capability produces high-accuracy • Enhanced signal classification and recognition and precision Communications Intelligence (COMINT) and Electronics emitter geolocation Production & Deployment Intelligence (ELINT) for battlefield mapping of common and Advanced integrated aircraft cockpit • Operations & Support • TCDL modern signals of interest for detection, identification and geolocation of known threats. The Distributed Common PROGRAM STATUS Ground System–Army (DCGS-A) Operational Ground Station (OGS) processing, exploitation and dissemination capabilities Began Pilot Situational Awareness Monitor Mod with FY16: • first article induction allow for real-time signal exploitation and reporting, ensuring • F Y17: Began aircraft avionics upgrade to meet military and information dominance to commanders. GRCS data and civilian requirements for communication, navigation and payload tasking and mission operations support are provided by surveillance to meet Global Air Traffic Management (GATM) the 116th Military Intelligence Brigade at Fort Gordon, Georgia. The standard concept of operations supports both single-ship, requirements and enhanced MODE-5 Identification Friend or multiship and cooperative operations utilizing Tactical Common Foe (IFF) capability UNITED STATES ARMY 258

261 • FY18: GRCS º Completed High-Frequency ARC-220 Radio modification allowing for Beyond Line-of-Sight communications during ferry operations FOREIGN MILITARY SALES º Awarded contract for COMINT and ELINT subsystem None upgrades to improve performance and address obsolescence issues CONTRACTORS Adams Communications & Engineering Technology Upgraded COMINT system software to meet urgent º (Waldorf, MD) Operation Needs Statement Systems Engineering Solutions, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) º Increased GRCS cooperative SIGINT capability by Lockheed Martin (Owego, NY) migrating all subsystems to Joint Interface Control Zeta Associates (Fairfax, VA) Document compliance Argon ST (Mountain View, CA) • FY16-FY18: Continued support to worldwide contingency L3 Communication Systems - West (Salt Lake City, operations UT) Northrop Grumman Mission Systems (Sacramento, PROJECTED ACTIVITIES CA) Northrop Grumman Information Technology (Carson, FY19: • CA) Complete aircraft avionics upgrade to meet military and º Northrop Grumman (Herndon, VA) civilian requirements for communication, navigation and Textron Aviation (Wichita, KS) surveillance to meet GATM requirements and enhanced MODE-5 IFF capability º Complete Pilot Situational Awareness Modification – provides pilots with moving map capability • FY20-FY21: º Upgrade ARC-201 Ultra High-Frequency Radio to address obsolescence issues º Upgrade Global Positioning System (GPS) antennae to address Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) requirements • FY20-FY24: Upgrade COMINT and ELINT subsystem for mission aircraft to maintain tactical relevancy within the AISR layer and address multiple obsolescence and diminishing manufacturing source issues Upgrade embedded GPS/Inertial Navigation FY22-FY24: • System to improve capability and meet A-PNT requirements 2018 259 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

262 Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION • M1070A1 HETS Tractor DESCRIPTION PRIORITY GCWR: 238,500 pounds º The Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) consists of Caterpillar 700 HP C-18 engine º two pieces of equipment: the M1070 tractor and the M1000 Long-Range Precision Fires Allison 4800SP transmission (7-speed automatic) º semitrailer. The HETS tractor is used in combination with the Next Generation º M1000 trailer to transport the M1 Series Abrams tank and other Single-speed transfer case Combat Vehicles Upgraded Axle Ratings, Front: 32,000 pounds; Rear – º heavy tracked and wheeled vehicles weighing up to 140,000 25,000 pounds pounds during administrative and tactical operations. The Future Vertical Lift HETS is capable of both on- and off-road operations over a Upgraded Wheels: 16,000 pounds rating º Army Network Electrical: 24 volts º variety of terrains and slopes, as well as temperature extremes Air and Missile Defense Upgraded Alternator: 400 amps º from minus 50 degrees to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The tractors are capable of seating six occupants (driver, commander and º Antilock Brake System with traction control Soldier Lethality º 4-person tank crew) and have a heavy-duty, fully oscillating fifth Standard air-conditioning Improved electrical system J1939 capable of future wheel with a 3.5-inch kingpin and a central tire inflation system. º support of diagnostic/prognostic maintenance systems BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER º Cab with integrated underbelly and firewall armor panels ACQUISITION HETS is a critical part of the distribution system; it is the sole LIFE CYCLE PHASE • M1000 HETS Trailer military asset capable of highway transport of the Army’s Low-bed, fifth-wheel trailer that includes 5-axle rows main battle tank. It also transports oversized and overweight º Materiel Solution Analysis 4 hydraulically steered rows of bogie axles º equipment from port of debarkation to forward areas or to/from Technology Maturation & 40 wheels base camps. The HETS will support missions through the full º Risk Reduction º spectrum of military operations from peacetime to war. HETS Operator-adjusted and -leveled hydraulic suspension Engineering & Manufacturing Single-cylinder, diesel engine auxiliary power unit to º has been designated Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Development operate hydraulic suspension, gooseneck and steering Nuclear (CBRN) defense mission critical, as listed on the CBRN systems Mission Critical Report. It performs recovery, though limited, Production & Deployment and evacuation missions. The HETS reduces the amount of Operations & Support PROGRAM STATUS time necessary to relocate combat forces, thus facilitating the reception, staging, onward movement and integration process FY16-FY18: • of initial and follow-on forces. HETS, including the M1070, M1070A1 and M1000 º production, is complete and transitioned to Sustainment SPECIFICATIONS (Integrated Logistics Support Center, U.S. Army Tank- automotive and Armaments Command, Michigan) M1070A0 HETS Tractor • Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR): 231,400 pounds º º Detroit Diesel 8V92 500 HP engine Allison CLT-754 transmission (5-speed automatic) º º Two-speed transfer case UNITED STATES ARMY 260

263 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES HETS FY19-FY23: • º Complete the armored cab Technical Data Package and Logistics products. The armored cab will be produced FOREIGN MILITARY SALES organically at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois. The Army plans None to build 99 armored cabs for Army Prepositioned Stock. U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) HETS Operational Needs º CONTRACTORS Vehicle: Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) Statement is a solution designed for USAREUR to Trailer: Leonardo DRS (St. Louis, MO) deliver increased payload capability while gaining road permissions. This includes a modification of the M1070A1 tractor and procurement of a modified commercial trailer. º Enhanced HETS (EHETS) is in a pre-Materiel Development Decision analysis of alternatives phase. The EHETS is intended to replace the legacy HETS to fill multiple identified capability gaps with this system. 2018 261 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

264 High Mobility Engineer Excavator (HMEE) I and III ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The High Mobility Engineer Excavator Type I (HMEE-I) is HMEE-I: • a nondevelopmental military vehicle fielded to the Army’s Maximum speed: 60 mph on improved roads; 25 mph on Long-Range Precision Fires Brigade Combat Teams (BCT) and other selected engineering secondary roads Next Generation • 1.5 cubic yards units. Tasks performed by the HMEE-I and III include repair and Lift and load: Combat Vehicles 13 total attachments improvement of roads, trails, bridges and airfields. • Future Vertical Lift The high mobility of the HMEE-I provides earth-moving HMEE-III: Army Network machines capable of maintaining pace with the Army’s current 60 mph on improved roads; Maximum speed: • Air and Missile Defense 7 mph off roads combat systems. All HMEE-I will be capable of accepting approximately 18,700 pounds armor in the form of an armor cab (Crew Protection Kit), are • Weight: Soldier Lethality C-130 transportable without armor, and diesel driven. HMEE-I PROGRAM STATUS replaces Small Emplacement Excavators in BCT and HMEE-I in Stryker BCT. The HMEE-I is employed in Infantry BCT, HMEE-I Fielding FY16-FY18: • Armored BCT, Stryker BCT, Multi-Role Bridge Companies and ACQUISITION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Engineering Support Companies. LIFE CYCLE PHASE • Production contract extension to be awarded 4QFY18: • 2QFY19: Production contract to be awarded that will field The HMEE-III Backhoe Loader is a Commercial Off-The- Materiel Solution Analysis vehicles out through FY24 Shelf backhoe loader with military modifications to include an Technology Maturation & armored cab designed for units that are relatively stationary Risk Reduction and do not require speed and rapid deployability. The HMEE-III Engineering & Manufacturing is used by Combat Support Brigades in general construction Development tasks. It is employed by Horizontal and Vertical Construction Units, and other nonengineering units such as Military Police Production & Deployment and Quartermaster Units. Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER HMEE clears rubble and debris from routes and airfields. It provides survivability positions for critical assets like communication, control, radar and logistics, and improves ford sites. UNITED STATES ARMY 262

265 HMEE I and III FOREIGN MILITARY SALES HMEE-I: Israel and New Zealand Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Direct Sales: Australia, Germany, Sweden, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom CONTRACTORS HMEE-I OEM: JCB (Pooler, GA) Armor: ADSI (Hicksville, NY); JCB (Pooler, GA) Logistics: XMCO Inc. (Warren, MI) HMEE-III Backhoe Loader OEM: Case New Holland (Racine, WI) Armor: BAE Systems (Columbus, OH) Logistics: XMCO Inc. (Warren, MI) 2018 263 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

266 Improved Environmental Control Units (IECU) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The Improved Environmental Control Unit (IECU) program • 4QF Y17: º Milestone C, Low Rate Initial Production consists of three systems in the following sizes: 9,000 British Long-Range Precision Fires (LRIP) Decision thermal units per hour (Btuh); 18,000 Btuh; 36,000 Btuh; and one Next Generation Awarded LRIP Contract º skid-mounted unit of 60,000 Btuh. The IECU systems provide Combat Vehicles critical cooling to vital military electronic and support systems PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and equipment for the Army and Department of Defense. Future Vertical Lift • First Article Testing and Initiate LRIP build 4QFY18-1QFY19: Army Network BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER 2QFY19: Full Rate Production Decision/Full Materiel • Air and Missile Defense Release IECU systems provide quality cooling, heating and 3QFY19: Initiate Army Fieldings • dehumidification for command posts; command, control, Soldier Lethality communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems; weapon systems; and other battlefield operating systems while using a non-ozone depleting refrigerant. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS • Form, fit and function replacement of military standard (MIL- Materiel Solution Analysis STD) Environmental Control Units (ECU) Technology Maturation & • Ruggedized for military environments Risk Reduction • Increased reliability over current MIL-STD ECU Engineering & Manufacturing • Reduced power consumption resulting in overall fuel Development savings • Reduced weight: 10-25 percent lighter than current MIL-STD Production & Deployment ECU Operations & Support Fully operable up to 125 degrees Fahrenheit • Uses R-410A refrigerant, a commercial industry standard • • Compliant with all environmental legislative requirements Soft start, limited inrush current (no voltage drop or breaker • trip due to compressor start-up) Electromagnetic interference and nuclear, biological and • chemical-protected interface Remote control capability with automatic safety controls • Organically supportable • UNITED STATES ARMY 264

267 IECU FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS 9,000, 18,000, 36,000 Btuh IECU: TFAB Defense Systems (Madison, AL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 265

268 Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION close distances and move critical capabilities and supplies by DESCRIPTION PRIORITY enabling formations to reliably cross gaps of still or moving The Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) is used to transport weapon systems, troops and supplies over water when permanent water with currents of up to 10 feet per second. Long-Range Precision Fires bridges are not available, and thereby supports the joint force Next Generation SPECIFICATIONS commander’s ability to employ and sustain forces worldwide. Combat Vehicles IRB Military Load Capacity: 105 wheeled or 85 tracked (normal) The bridge system allows two-way traffic for High Mobility • Future Vertical Lift • 110 wheeled or 90 tracked (caution crossing) Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle-width vehicles and increased Army Network Military Load Capacity at all water current speeds over those Air and Missile Defense PROGRAM STATUS of the Standard Ribbon Bridge. It is usable on increased bank heights more than 2.2 meters and the improved folding Limited User Test 3QFY16: • Soldier Lethality 3QFY17: and unfolding mechanism avoids cable breakage. Partially Full Rate Production Decision • disassembled bays are C-130 transportable and externally PROJECTED ACTIVITIES transportable by CH-47 and CH-53 aircraft. Program in Sustainment FY19-FY23: • ACQUISITION The IRB Float Ribbon Bridge System is issued to the Multi- LIFE CYCLE PHASE Role Bridge Company (MRBC). The Army Modified Table of Organization and Equipment authorizes MRBC to consist of: 42 Materiel Solution Analysis IRB bridge bays (30 interior bays and 12 ramp bays); 42 Bridge Technology Maturation & Adapter Pallets; 14 Bridge Erection Boats (BEB); 14 Improved Risk Reduction Boat Cradles; and 56 Common Bridge Transporters (CBT). Engineering & Manufacturing These assets collectively address Tactical Float Ribbon Bridge Development “wet-gap” bridging. All components are required to transport, launch, erect and retrieve up to 210 meters of floating bridge per Production & Deployment MRBC. The IRB can be configured as either a continuous full- Operations & Support closure bridge or assembled and used for rafting operations. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER IRB allows for crossings of faster water with higher banks in contingency operations abroad and disaster relief and recovery efforts at home. It enables Soldiers to cross rivers, lakes or other bodies of water in the absence of a means of crossing or in the event of an unreliable or damaged permanent bridge. The IRB provides commanders an important option to rapidly UNITED STATES ARMY 266

269 IRB FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics European Land Systems – Germany (Germany) Logistics support: AM General (Livonia, MI) Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) CBT: BEB: Birdon Corporation (Denver, CO) 2018 267 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

270 Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS) ACAT III PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION the dismount tripod platform and Stryker anti-tank guided DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS) provides long- missile vehicles. ITAS is the Infantry’s precision weapon of choice in combat engagements. range sensor and anti-armor/precision assault fire capabilities, Long-Range Precision Fires enabling the Soldier to shape the battlefield by detecting and Next Generation BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER engaging targets at long range with Tube-Launched, Optically Combat Vehicles Tracked, Wireless-Guided (TOW) Missiles; or directing the ITAS provides long-range anti-armor/precision assault fire capabilities to the Army’s Infantry and Stryker Brigade Combat employment of other weapon systems to destroy those Future Vertical Lift targets. ITAS is a multipurpose weapon system, used as a Teams as well as to the Marine Corps. ITAS is a major product Army Network upgrade that greatly reduces the number of components, reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition sensor. Air and Missile Defense minimizing logistics support and equipment requirements. Built-in diagnostics and improved interfaces enhance target ITAS’s second-generation forward-looking infrared sensors Soldier Lethality engagement performance. double the long-range surveillance of its predecessor, the M220 TOW system. ITAS offers improved hit probability with aided SPECIFICATIONS target tracking, improved missile flight software algorithms and Superior long-range surveillance (second-generation an elevation brake to minimize launch transients. The system • ACQUISITION forward-looking infrared) includes an integrated Far-Target Location (FTL) capability LIFE CYCLE PHASE (day-and-night sight with laser rangefinder) via a position • Long-range, lethal, heavy, close combat and precision assault fires attitude determination subsystem, a fire-control subsystem, Materiel Solution Analysis a lithium-ion battery power source and a modified traversing • Laser rangefinder (10 km)/Aided Target Tracker Technology Maturation & unit. Soldiers can also detect and engage long-range targets Fires all versions of TOW Missile • Risk Reduction with TOW Missiles or, using the ITAS FTL capability, direct Automatic boresight capability • Engineering & Manufacturing FTL capability • other fires to destroy them. The FTL capability consists of a Development position attitude determination subsystem that provides the • Embedded training and Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System gunner with their own Global Positioning System (GPS) location Production & Deployment and a 10-digit grid location to their target through the use of • 16-hour Silent Watch capability Operations & Support differential GPS. The ITAS can fire all versions of the TOW PROGRAM STATUS Family of Missiles. FY16: • Completed Fielding of the ITAS v2.8 software concurrent The ITAS Image Enhancement Modification Kit reduces º with the Image Enhancement/Networked Lethality Fielding operator workload by optimizing the image presented to the º Achieved a FY16 cost avoidance of $29.3 million on gunner through electronic processing. Electronic focus, image Operation and Maintenance, Army appropriation via stabilization and other processing techniques ensure that the image presented is optimized for the environment without Better Buying Power initiatives manual manipulation of the various adjustment settings. ITAS operates from the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, UNITED STATES ARMY 268

271 F Y17: • ITAS º Conducted total package fieldings of 58 ITAS to Active and Reserve Component units º Trained 1,007 Soldiers in ITAS operator/crew New FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Equipment Training (NET), maintenance NET, Leadership Canada and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Professional Development and collective skills Support and Procurement Agency PROJECTED ACTIVITIES CONTRACTORS Raytheon (McKinney, TX) Modified ITAS (MITAS) Commonality Program • FY19 –FY22: funded to bring all Stryker Anti-Tank Guided Missile vehicles’ MITAS to current M41A7 ITAS Configuration 2018 269 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

272 Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION The Next Generation Automatic Test System (NGATS): • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) consists of NGATS is the follow-on reconfigurable, rapidly deployable, at- and off- platform automatic test systems. They provide expeditionary interoperable tester and screener that Long-Range Precision Fires supports joint operations by reducing the logistics footprint. electronic fault isolation as well as diagnostic and repair Next Generation capabilities at all levels of maintenance more cost-effectively It replaces and consolidates obsolete, unsupportable test Combat Vehicles equipment in the Army’s inventory. than system-specific testers. IFTE, designed to support multiple weapon systems, includes: Future Vertical Lift BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Army Network MSD-V3 provides an environmentally hardened at-platform The • Base Shop Test Facility – Version 3 (BSTF-V3): Air and Missile Defense tester capable of supporting multiple Army weapon systems BSTF(V3) is an off-platform automatic test system that tests and reduces the logistics footprint. NGATS provides the electronic Line Replaceable Units and Shop Replaceable Soldier Lethality warfighter with off-platform automated test equipment that Units of ground and aviation systems. is significantly more reliable, offers increased mobility and • Electro-Optics Test Facility (EOTF): provides substantially more capability than the obsolete legacy The EOTF tests systems it replaces. the full range of Army electro-optical systems: laser ACQUISITION transmitters, receivers, spot trackers, forward-looking LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS infrared systems and television systems. It is fully mobile with Versa Module Europa eXtensions for Instrumentation, • MSD-V3: Materiel Solution Analysis touch-screen operator interface and an optical disk system Dimensions: 11 inches wide, 10 inches deep and 4 º Technology Maturation & inches high for test program software and electronic manuals. Risk Reduction º Weight: 13 pounds (core and dock plus two batteries) Engineering & Manufacturing NGATS: • The • Maintenance Support Device – Version 3 (MSD-V3): Development Housed in a 20-foot International Organization for MSD-V3, a lightweight, rugged, compact, man-portable, º general purpose tester, that supports more than 50 weapon Standardization (ISO) shelter that uses a Heavy Expanded Production & Deployment Mobility Tactical Truck as the prime mover, as well as a systems and is used by more than 30 military occupational Operations & Support 20-foot ISO shelter for storage of the accompanying Test specialties. It verifies the operational status of aviation, automotive, watercraft, electronic and missile weapon Program Sets systems, and isolates faulty components for immediate PROGRAM STATUS repair or replacement. MSD-V3 hosts Interactive Electronic NGATS Shelter Contract Award 2QFY16: • Technical Manuals, Aircraft Notebook software, and the • 2QF Y17: NGATS Operational Assessment Global Combat Support System–Army software enabling • NGATS Transportability Testing 1QFY18-3QFY18: information entry into the logistics enterprise. It is used as a software uploader and verifier to provide or restore mission MSD-V3 Fielding; BSTF-V3/EOTF Current: • software to weapon systems, and is capable of supporting condition-based maintenance data collection and reporting. UNITED STATES ARMY 270

273 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES IFTE • 4QFY18: MSD-V4 Light and MSD-V4 Rugged contract awards (follow-on to MSD-V3) • 1QFY19: FOREIGN MILITARY SALES NGATS Type Classification-Standard º Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Chile, Djibouti, MSD: NGATS First Unit Equipped º Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Israel, Iraq, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Lithuania, Macedonia, Morocco, Netherlands, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Yemen CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Rolling BSTF-V3 and EOTF: Meadows, IL) VT Miltope (Hope Hull, AL) MSD-V3: Boeing (St. Louis, MO) NGATS: 2018 271 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

274 Intelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT) ACAT III PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Intelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer IEWTPT system is comprised of: • (IEWTPT) provides proficiency training for military intelligence TCC Lower and Upper enclaves: high-powered server Long-Range Precision Fires stack that includes exercise scenario development tools, analysts and system operators to acquire and exploit intelligence Next Generation management tools and After Action Review capability data in a “train as we fight” simulated environment. IEWTPT Combat Vehicles • fills critical intelligence Soldier training gaps at home stations HCC: 3 laptop computers, 40-inch visual display, headset for Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), and speakers Future Vertical Lift Geospatial Intelligence and All Source Intelligence. It directly Army Network PROGRAM STATUS supports individual, crew and collective training in support of Air and Missile Defense Contract Award mission command and unified land operations. • 2QF Y17: • 3QFY17: Soldier Lethality The Technical Control Cell (TCC) is the cornerstone training º New HCC Authorization to Operate (ATO) granted for three device of the IEWTPT and is the network interface to the exercise years Prophet system simulator delivery and ATO granted to º training environment. The TCC Lower Enclave (LE) operates up Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, for institutional SIGINT to the secret classification level and performs many functions to ACQUISITION support exercise design, setup and execution. The TCC Upper collection training LIFE CYCLE PHASE Upgraded TCC LE and ATO granted for three years Enclave operates at the Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented º TCC Fielding to Indiana National Guard Information classification level and drives all SIGINT training. 2QFY18: • Materiel Solution Analysis (Indianapolis, Indiana) Technology Maturation & • The HUMINT Control Cell (HCC) provides sustainment training TCC Fielding to Northeast Army Reserve 3QFY18: Risk Reduction for HUMINT and Counter Intelligence collectors in an immersive Intelligence Support Center New Jersey Engineering & Manufacturing • 4QFY18: TCC Hardware Refresh and virtual training environment. Development BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Production & Deployment Continue TCC Hardware Refresh/2 TCC Fielding FY19: Intelligence is an essential enabler of ground combat • Operations & Support events readiness. IEWTPT is the Army’s only system that supports the Complete fielding/Full Operational Capability FY20: • sustainment of mission-essential and highly perishable skills Transition planning for Increment 2 FY21: • of intelligence collectors and analysts. In addition to training Increment 2 start on/about 2QFY22 • FY22: individual Soldiers’ measure-of-suitability skills, IEWTPT facilitates collective training across the various intelligence disciplines. UNITED STATES ARMY 272

275 IEWTPT FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Mission Systems (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 273

276 Joint Biological Tactical Detection System (JBTDS) ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES PRIORITY The Joint Biological Tactical Detection System (JBTDS) will Assay shelf life testing, military standard test FY19-FY20: • be a lightweight, man-portable, battery-operated system that and Post Corrective Action Period False Alarm Long-Range Precision Fires • Log Demo 3QFY19: detects the presence of, collects a sample of, and presumptively Next Generation • OA Milestone Post OA identifies Biological Warfare Agents (BWA) to provide near real- 1QFY20: Combat Vehicles time detection of biological attacks and hazards in the area of operation. It will have a local alarm and be networked to provide Future Vertical Lift cooperative capability with reduced probability of false alarms. Army Network JBTDS will be employed organically at the battalion and lower Air and Missile Defense levels by non-chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear personnel in tactical environments across multiple operational Soldier Lethality locations (e.g., forward operating bases, operationally engaged units, amphibious landing sites, air base operations, etc.). JBTDS will ultimately support force protection and maximize ACQUISITION combat effectiveness by enhancing medical response LIFE CYCLE PHASE decision-making. When networked, JBTDS will augment existing biological detection systems to provide a theaterwide, Materiel Solution Analysis seamless array capability of detection and warning. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing JBTDS provides detection, collection and identification of BWA Development at very low concentrations. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support • TBD PROGRAM STATUS Critical Design Review 2QFY16: • 2QFY16-4QFY17: • Developmental Testing º º Conduct Engineering and Manufacturing Development effort Operational Assessment (OA) 4QF Y17: • Milestone C Decision 1QFY18: • UNITED STATES ARMY 274

277 JBTDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Chemring Sensors & Electronic Systems (Charlotte, NC) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 275

278 Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD) — M4A1 ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY • Production and Deployment The Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD) is a pocket-size, FY16-FY18: rugged handheld detector that automatically detects, identifies Long-Range Precision Fires PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and alarms to chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial Next Generation FY19-FY23: chemical vapors. Production and Deployment • Combat Vehicles The services can use the system on mobile platforms, at fixed Future Vertical Lift sites and on individuals designated to operate in a chemical Army Network threat area. Additionally, the system can operate in a general Air and Missile Defense chemical warfare environment as well as undergo conventional decontamination procedures by the warfighter. Soldier Lethality JCAD M4A1, which commenced production in Fiscal Year 2011, will reduce operation and sustainment costs, has an improved user interface and is net ready. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE JCAD replaces the Automatic Chemical Agent Detector and Alarm, or M22, M90 and M8A1 systems. It may also replace Materiel Solution Analysis the Chemical Agent Monitor and Improved Chemical Agent Technology Maturation & Monitor. Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing Development JCAD M4A1 protects U.S. forces by detecting, identifying, alerting and reporting the presence of chemical warfare agents Production & Deployment and toxic industrial chemical vapor. Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS Instant feedback of hazard (mask only or full Mission- • Oriented Protective Posture) Real-time detection of nerve, blister and blood agents • Stores up to 72 hours of detection data • The M4A1 will be net-ready through implementation of the • common chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear standard interface UNITED STATES ARMY 276

279 JCAD — M4A1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Smiths Detection (Edgewood, MD) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 277

280 Joint Effects Model (JEM) 1 and 2 JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION • Interfaces and communicates with the Joint Warning and DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Reporting Network to calculate and provide the ATP-45 Joint Effects Model (JEM) 1 and 2 are web-based software applications that supply the Department of Defense (DOD) “enhanced” downwind hazard prediction Long-Range Precision Fires • with the one and only accredited tool to effectively model and Interfaces and communicates with associated weather Next Generation simulate the effects of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and systems, intelligence systems and various databases Combat Vehicles Supports multiple deployment strategies that operate on • Nuclear (CBRN) weapon strikes and incidents. JEM can provide both UNIX and Windows systems, and is integrated into C2 warfighters with the ability to accurately model and predict the Future Vertical Lift systems across DOD time-phased impact of CBRN and Toxic Industrial Chemical/ Army Network Available as stand-alone, networked, distributed or web • Material (TIC/TIM) events and effects. JEM supports planning Air and Missile Defense access to mitigate the effects of weapons of mass destruction and to Operationally supported, 24/7 reachback (call center and provide rapid estimates of hazards and effects integrated into • Soldier Lethality the Common Operational Picture (COP). web) • Provides warfighters the best and most mature technology BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER available to address a wide spectrum of threats JEM provides warfighters with the only DOD-accredited and ACQUISITION PROGRAM STATUS operationally tested modeling capability to predict high- LIFE CYCLE PHASE FY16-FY18: fidelity downwind hazard areas and effects associated with JEM 1 in Sustainment • • 4QFY16: Limited Deployment to Air Force, Army, Navy and the release of CBRN and Toxic Industrial Hazards (TIH) into the Materiel Solution Analysis National Guard Bureau (NGB) CBRN Response Enterprise environment; incorporate the impacts of weather, terrain and Technology Maturation & • material interactions into the downwind prediction; provide Requirements Definition Package 2, Limited 3QFY17: Risk Reduction Deployment on milCloud enhanced situational awareness of the battlespace; and deliver Engineering & Manufacturing Fielding decision for Army Capability Set (CS) 1QFY18: • near real-time hazard information to influence and minimize Development CBRN and TIH effects on current operations, and to save lives. 11-12 Battle Command Common Server Host Systems Acquisition Decision Memorandum Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Models CBRN hazards and resulting human physiological • effects for chemical and biological weapon and facility • FY19-FY23: strikes, nuclear weapon incidents and detonations, º JEM 1 sunsets in FY19, replaced by JEM 2 º radiological weapon detonations, chemical weapon storage Continued Development, Integration and Deployment of Capability incidents, high-altitude releases and TIC/TIM releases Continued Army Deployment on CS 11-12 • º Provides the ability to display to the COP and operates in an integrated fashion with operational and tactical command Fielding to U.S. Air Force and NGB Contingency º and control (C2) systems Response Elements on milCloud Continued support for Limited Deployment on milCloud º UNITED STATES ARMY 278

281 JEM 1 and 2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Canada and Spain CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Information Technology (Middletown, RI; Buffalo, NY; and San Diego, CA) JEM 1 JEM 2 2018 279 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

282 Joint Personal Dosimeter-Individual (JPD-IND) ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The Joint Personal Dosimeter-Individual (JPD-IND) provides Mid-FY16: Milestone C • Current: Post-Milestone C a sensor to record and retrieve a service member’s radiation • Long-Range Precision Fires 1QFY18: • exposure from occupational to tactical levels. It provides a joint Production Qualification Testing Next Generation solution to increase capability and reduce life cycle costs, as • 4QFY18: Full Rate Production Decision Combat Vehicles well as addresses Operation Tomodachi lessons learned for PROJECTED ACTIVITIES common, interoperable equipment with adequate sensitivity Future Vertical Lift • and common units of measure. Follow-on Operational Test and Evaluation 4QFY19: Army Network Initial Operational Capability 4QFY20: • Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER JPD-IND will provide a sensor to record and retrieve the Soldier Lethality warfighter’s radiation exposure from occupational to tactical levels. JPD-IND will be a National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program that will allow dose of record for warfighter's medical records to be obtained. The acquisition ACQUISITION strategy leverages the Navy’s battlefield dosimeter to address LIFE CYCLE PHASE interoperability lessons learned from Operation Tomadachi. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & • Weight: Two ounces with batteries Risk Reduction Power: Lithium coin cell, Commercial Off-The-Shelf model • Engineering & Manufacturing CR2450N and CR1025N4QFY19 Development • Accurate and reliable • Direct Ion Storage technology Production & Deployment Self-reading for effective decision-making • Operations & Support Hands-free operation • Wrist-worn or clipped to lanyard or garment • Field-replaceable batteries • UNITED STATES ARMY 280

283 JPD-IND FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Mirion Technologies (Smyrna, GA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 281

284 Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS) provides rapid, JPADS 2K includes: precise, high-altitude delivery capabilities that do not rely on • 1,025-square-foot ram air parafoil with a glide ratio of three Long-Range Precision Fires to one coupled with a military GPS-based Autonomous ground transportation. The system ensures accurate and timely Next Generation Guidance Unit (AGU) delivery in support of operational missions, while providing Combat Vehicles • aircraft with increased survivability. Specially designed suspension sling is used to attach the AGU to the Container Delivery Systems payload Future Vertical Lift • Onboard guidance, navigation and control software in the JPADS integrates a parachute decelerator, an autonomous Army Network guidance unit and a load container or pallet to create a system AGU autonomously steers the parafoil to the designated Air and Missile Defense that can accurately deliver critical supplies with great precision impact point along a predetermined glide and flight path. The system consists Soldier Lethality JPADS 10K includes: of two weight classes: 2,000 pounds (2K) and 10,000 pounds (10K). The guidance system uses military Global Positioning • 3,500-square-foot ram air parafoil with a glide ratio of at least three to one coupled with a military GPS-based AGU System (GPS) data for precise navigation and interfaces with Load is configured on a combat-expendable, 463L or Type a wirelessly updatable mission planning module onboard the • ACQUISITION aircraft to receive real-time weather data and compute multiple V airdrop platform for gravity airdrop LIFE CYCLE PHASE aerial release points. PROGRAM STATUS Materiel Solution Analysis JPADS is designed for aircraft to drop cargo from altitudes • FY18: Technology Maturation & JPADS 2K transferred funding to Integrated Logistics of up to 24,500 feet mean sea level. It releases cargo from a º Risk Reduction Support Center (ILSC) Sustainment Contract minimum off-set of eight km from the intended point of impact, Engineering & Manufacturing º with an objective capability of 25 km off-set. This off-set allows JPADS 10K Fielding and Delivery Development aircraft to stay out of range of many anti-aircraft systems. It PROJECTED ACTIVITIES also enables aircraft to drop systems from a single aerial Production & Deployment FY19: release point and deliver them to multiple or single locations, • Operations & Support thus reducing aircraft exposure time. Once on the ground, º JPADS 2K ILSC Sustainment and Modernization via depot JPADS 2K Block 1 Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) º the precise placement of the loads greatly reduces the time JPADS 10K total package Fielding and Delivery continues º needed to recover the load as well as minimize exposure to JPADS 10K Block 1 ECP º ground forces. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER JPADS increases aircraft and payload survivability and enables delivery of multiple loads to single or multiple drop zones in a single aircraft pass with accuracy better than 150 meters with 80 percent confidence. UNITED STATES ARMY 282

285 JPADS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Airborne Systems North America (Pennsauken, NJ) Draper Laboratory, Inc. (Cambridge, MA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 283

286 Joint Service Aircrew Mask - Rotary Wing (JSAM — RW) MPU-5 ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 1QF Y17: • Achieved Full Rate Production (FRP) for U.S. Army The Joint Service Aircrew Mask - Rotary Wing (JSAM — RW) and U.S. Air Force (USAF) is one of five variants in the JSAM Family of Systems that Long-Range Precision Fires Achieved JSAM RW USAF Initial Operational • 4QF Y17: provides individual respiratory, eye and head protection against Next Generation Capability (IOC) Chemical and Biological (CB) warfare agents and radiological Combat Vehicles Achieved FRP for U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine • particulates for aircrews of all rotary wing aircraft except 3QFY18: Apache. JSAM RW decreases thermal burden as compared to Corps Future Vertical Lift Fielded 527 of 1,114 masks to the USAF 2QFY17-3QFY18: legacy systems. It also provides CB protection during the full • Army Network spectrum of rotary wing operations including flight, immediate • 4QFY18: Air and Missile Defense Anticipate achievement of JSAM RW USAF Full maintenance operations, extended flight-related ground duties, º Operational Capability (FOC) and ground escape, as well as evasion operations. Soldier Lethality º Anticipate achievement of JSAM RW IOC for Army, Navy BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER and Marine Corps JSAM RW provides the warfighter with an above-the-neck CB PROJECTED ACTIVITIES protective respirator for general purpose rotary-wing aircrews. ACQUISITION • FY22: Anticipate achievement of FOC for Navy and The mask is capable of being donned and doffed while in flight, LIFE CYCLE PHASE Marine Corps provides greater comfort, less physiological burden and greater flexibility of use with man-mounted systems. Anticipate achievement of FOC for Army FY23: • Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction • Protection against CB warfare agents and radiological Engineering & Manufacturing particulate Development Compatible with appropriate life-support equipment across • various aircraft platforms Production & Deployment No aircraft modifications required • Operations & Support UNITED STATES ARMY 284

287 JSAM — RW MPU-5 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Avox Systems (Lancaster, NY) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 285

288 Joint Service Equipment Wipe (JSEW) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 1QF Y17: Achieved Milestone C/Low Rate Initial Production • Joint Service Equipment Wipe (JSEW) provides immediate/ Achieved Full Rate Production 1QFY18: • operational decontamination capabilities for sensitive and Long-Range Precision Fires 3QFY18: nonsensitive equipment exposed to traditional and non- • Anticipate achievement of Initial Operational Next Generation Capability traditional chemical contamination. JSEW will be the first Combat Vehicles decontamination capability available to warfighters that is PROJECTED ACTIVITIES nondestructive to sensitive equipment. JSEW will be employed Future Vertical Lift as a means to decontaminate hazards posing threats to military 2QFY20: • Anticipate achievement of Full Operational Army Network operations, including peacekeeping, stability and support Capability Air and Missile Defense or consequence management operations. It will be applied directly to the contaminated surface and is capable of removing Soldier Lethality gross contamination and reducing contact hazard within five minutes of application. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER ACQUISITION JSEW is sized for individuals to carry in the pocket of their LIFE CYCLE PHASE overgarments. It is durable and allows for extended carry by individual users. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction Decontaminate chemical warfare and nontraditional agents • Engineering & Manufacturing of operational significance Development Nondestructive to both sensitive and nonsensitive • equipment Production & Deployment Allows for decontamination of 1 gram per square meter of • Operations & Support sensitive and nonsensitive equipment with a single kit (kit contains five individually packaged wipes) UNITED STATES ARMY 286

289 JSEW FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS STERIS (Mentor, OH) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 287

290 Joint Service General Purpose Mask (JSGPM) — M-50/M-51 ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION • More than 50 percent improvement in breathing resistance DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Joint Service General Purpose Mask (JSGPM) is a family of compared to legacy masks above-the-neck, Chemical and Biological (CB) respirators that Long-Range Precision Fires PROGRAM STATUS protects against battlefield concentrations of CB agents, toxins, Next Generation toxic industrial materials and radioactive particulate matter. The • FY16-FY18: Combat Vehicles º family consists of the M50 (ground use), M51 (ground vehicle Ongoing Production of M50/M51 to support Army Full Operational Capability (FOC) use), M53 (Special Forces) and M53A1 (domestic and military Future Vertical Lift º use). The M50/M51 masks replace the M40 and M42, MCU2/P Ongoing Fielding of M50/M51 masks to Army units Army Network series masks and the M45 in the Land Warrior Program. The Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES M53A1 can be used in either Air-Purifying Respirator, Powered Anticipate achievement of M53A1 Initial • Air Purifying Respirator, or Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus 2QFY19: Soldier Lethality Operational Capability mode, and is the first mask to be approved for both domestic response (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 4QFY19: • Anticipate achievement of M50/M51 FOC • Anticipate achievement of M53A1 FOC certified) and military missions. 4QFY22: ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LIFE CYCLE PHASE JSGPM provides the warfighter with face, eye and respiratory protection from battlefield concentrations of CB agents, toxins, Materiel Solution Analysis toxic industrial materials and radiological particulate matter. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Overall field-of-view is greater than or equal to 80 percent • Development • Improved compatibility with current and emerging CB garments Production & Deployment • Improvements over the MCU2/P, M40/M42 and M45: Operations & Support º Reduced weight and bulk º Increased drinking capability Improved mask carrier system º º Filter service life indicator capability º Flame resistant hood for combat vehicle version º Improved reliability and improved comfort Filter change-out in a contaminated environment (self- • sealing valve) More than 24 hours of above-the-neck protection from CB • agents and radioactive particles UNITED STATES ARMY 288

291 JSGPM — M-50/M-51 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES M50: Iraq Australia M51: CONTRACTORS Avon Protection Systems (Cadillac, MI) 2018 289 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

292 Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT III MODERNIZATION Receipt of a Block II Risk Management Framework º DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Authorization to operate Joint Tactical Ground Stations (JTAGS) are forward-deployed, echelon-above-corps, space ground systems that receive, º Delivery of the JTAGS Block II, Phase 1 training system to Long-Range Precision Fires U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command process and disseminate direct down-linked infrared data from Next Generation FY18: • overhead sensors. They provide commanders with real-time Combat Vehicles warning, alerting and cueing information on ballistic missile Fielding and delivering Operational Capability of the º JTAGS Block II, Phase 1 system at Outside of the launches. Ongoing product improvements integrate JTAGS Future Vertical Lift with the next-generation Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Continental United States (OCONUS) locations to JTAGS Army Network detachments satellites. Four JTAGS are deployed worldwide as part of the Air and Missile Defense Conduct developmental activities for JTAGS Block II, U.S. Strategic Command’s Theater Event System. U.S. Army º Space and Missile Defense Command Soldiers operate JTAGS, Phase 2 for improved performance Soldier Lethality providing 24/7 support to theater operations. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • FY19: º JTAGS processes satellite data and disseminates ballistic Continued Fielding of JTAGS Block II, Phase 1 to ACQUISITION OCONUS locations missile warning or special event messages to warfighters in LIFE CYCLE PHASE º Continue development activities for JTAGS Block II, Phase support of regional combatant commanders over multiple theater communication systems. 2 capabilities Materiel Solution Analysis Conduct Development Test to measure performance º Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS improvements Risk Reduction Conduct limited Operational Test for JTAGS Block II, FY20: • • SBIRS sensors will significantly improve theater missile Engineering & Manufacturing warning parameters Phase 2 Development Expected improvements: • • FY21: Begin to Field JTAGS Block II, Phase 2 to º Higher quality cueing of active defense systems OCONUS units Production & Deployment º Decreased missile launch search area Operations & Support º Faster initial report times º Improved impact ellipse prediction PROGRAM STATUS Development and testing of the JTAGS Block II, • FY16: Phase 1 system • F Y17: º Additional developmental and operational testing of the JTAGS Block II, Phase 1 system º Successful completion of a Limited User Test UNITED STATES ARMY 290

293 JTAGS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Colorado Springs, CO) Sigmatech, Inc. (Huntsville, AL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 291

294 Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 2 ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES PRIORITY 4QFY19: JWARN 2 Navy Operational Test (OT) on The Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN) 2 provides • joint forces with a capability to report, analyze and disseminate Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services Long-Range Precision Fires detection, identification, location and warning information (CANES) host system Next Generation to accelerate the warfighter’s response to a Chemical, • JWARN 2 Marine Corps OT on Joint Tactical COP 1QFY19: Combat Vehicles Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) attack. JWARN Workstation host system FY20: 2 is a computer-based application integrating CBRN data and • JWARN 2 Navy and Marine Corps Fielding Decisions Future Vertical Lift facilitates sensor information into joint and service command Army Network and control systems for battlespace situational awareness. Air and Missile Defense JWARN replaces the manual processes of incident reporting, hazard plot generation and warning affected forces. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER JWARN reduces the time from incident observation to warning to less than two minutes, enhances situational awareness ACQUISITION throughout the area of operations and supports warfighter LIFE CYCLE PHASE battle management tasks. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Incorporates sensor alert information and CBRN • Risk Reduction observation reports from the field Engineering & Manufacturing Makes a plot of the hazard area • Development • Provides overlays for display on the Common Operational Picture (COP) Production & Deployment • Generates warning message to units Operations & Support PROGRAM STATUS 3QFY17: • º Full Deployment Decision of JWARN 2 to the Army Battle Command and Common Server Host Systems º Limited Deployment Decision of JWARN 2 on the CBRN Information System (IS) milCloud environment JWARN 2 Air Force Fielding Decision for CBRN-IS 4QF Y17: • and stand-alone capabilities UNITED STATES ARMY 292

295 JWARN 2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman Information Technology (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 293

296 Laser Target Locator Module 2 (LTLM 2) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY 4QFY16: The Laser Target Locator Module 2 (LTLM 2) is a handheld, Production Contract Award • • 2QFY18: Initial Developmental Test and Evaluation passive sensor that provides all weather and battlefield Long-Range Precision Fires conditions target acquisition. The LTLM 2 has integrated an eye Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES safe laser range finder, an infrared camera, a low light camera, Combat Vehicles • a digital magnetic compass, a Selective Availability Anti-Spoof 4QFY18: Type Classification-Standard º Module compliant Global Positioning System and direct view Future Vertical Lift º Materiel Release optics with an etched reticle that is similar in size to the standard Army Network M22 binoculars. • 1QFY19: First Unit Equipped Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Soldier Lethality The LTLM 2 addresses a high-priority capability gap for a lightweight, target locator that allows the dismounted Soldier to conduct urban operations requiring quick movement and obtaining points of advantage. Once the position of advantage ACQUISITION is achieved, they must, in the stealthiest mode possible, under LIFE CYCLE PHASE all battlefield and climatic conditions, quickly and accurately ascertain exact positions of interest and provide as accurate of Materiel Solution Analysis a location description as possible for organic and supporting Technology Maturation & forces to respond as required. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development • LTLM 2 handheld weight is 3.25 pounds Handheld weight: (6 pounds threshold and 3.5 pounds objective) Production & Deployment System weight: • 8 pounds (10 pounds threshold and 7 Operations & Support pounds objective) Less than or equal to 45 meters at Target Location Error: • 5 km (threshold) and less than or equal to 45 meters at 5 km (objective) UNITED STATES ARMY 294

297 LTLM 2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Optics 1 (Bedford, NH) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 295

298 Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift (LCRTF) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift (LCRTF) is a C-130 and CH-47 sling load transportable, 5,000-pound capacity, Long-Range Precision Fires variable-reach, rough-terrain forklift with fork tine oscillation and Next Generation side-shift cab controls. LCRTF enters, loads and unloads Army Combat Vehicles International Organization for Standardization (ISO) containers. The extendable boom fork carriage removes pallets from ISO Future Vertical Lift containers on trucks. The LCRTF is a significant improvement Army Network over the existing 4,000-pound capacity fleet because of its Air and Missile Defense enclosed air conditioned cab, moveable tines and improved helicopter lift. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LCRTF provides a safe and efficient way to load and unload Army cargo in unimproved and improved areas. The new LCRTF ACQUISITION is more reliable, available and maintainable than the system it LIFE CYCLE PHASE replaces. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & • 5,000-pound lift capacity Risk Reduction • 36-inch fording Engineering & Manufacturing 20-mph traverse speed • Development PROGRAM STATUS Production & Deployment Contract Award F Y17: • Operations & Support • FY18: Complete First Article Testing PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Complete Technical Manual development and FY19: • start production In FY20 start Fielding and continue FY20-FY23: • Production through FY23 UNITED STATES ARMY 296

299 LCRTF FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS JCB (Pooler, GA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 297

300 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (LCMR) — AN/TPQ-50 ACAT III PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION • Rapidly deployable to, and integrated into, the tactical DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The AN/TPQ-50 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (LCMR) is battlefield with heavy, medium and light forces Mobile, maneuverable, fully supportable, easily maintained a highly mobile counterfire target acquisition radar organic to • Long-Range Precision Fires Brigade Combat Teams, field artillery brigades and division Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS artilleries. The system provides 360 azimuth coverage between Combat Vehicles • the ranges of .5 to 10 km while automatically detecting, FY16: Procurement of 109 systems Army Acquisition Objective Procurement complete • classifying, tracking and locating points of origin of projectiles 1QFY18: Future Vertical Lift fired from mortar, artillery and rocket systems. The system • 3QFY18: Organic depot capability established; Tobyhanna Army Network Army Depot, Pennsylvania is fielded in the vehicle-mounted configuration but can be Air and Missile Defense operated in the tripod-mounted configuration. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Software version 2.1.1 Fielding 1QFY19-3QFY22: • 1QFY20: The Q-50 can quickly detect, track, classify and accurately • º AN/TPQ-50 Fielding complete determine the point of origin of enemy indirect fires and provide º Transition to Sustainment; U.S. Army Communications- projectile impact locations with sufficient accuracy to warn ACQUISITION Soldiers and provide point of origin information for engagement. Electronics Command, Maryland LIFE CYCLE PHASE The Q-50 is networked with existing counterfire systems to provide the maneuver commander increased counterfire radar Materiel Solution Analysis flexibility. It can be assembled and disassembled quickly by Technology Maturation & two Soldiers. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development 360-degree battlefield surveillance coverage: • Mortar: .5 km to 10 km º Production & Deployment º Artillery: 1 km to 10 km Operations & Support º Rockets: 1 km to 10 km • Probability of location greater than or equal to 85 percent • Can be operated in a stand-alone (6 two-person lift transit cases) or vehicle-mounted configuration (M1152A1 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle with B2 Armor Kit) • Crew Size: Two Soldiers; Military Occupational Specialty: 13R • Emplacement: 20 minutes • Displacement: 10 minutes • Air, rail or ship transportable UNITED STATES ARMY 298

301 LCMR — AN/TPQ-50 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS SRCTec, LLC (North Syracuse, NY) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 299

302 Line Haul Tractor PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION Support and therefore must have high reliability and be capable DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M915A3 and M915A5 Line Haul Tractor Trucks serve as the of protecting operators and crews from various threats. As the prime movers for semi-trailers with a Gross Combined Vehicle M915A3 and M915A5 serve as the prime movers for semi- Long-Range Precision Fires trailers and are used to transport bulk cargo, containers and Weight up to 105,000 pounds and 120,000 pounds respectively, Next Generation with semi-trailers weighing up to 86,000 pounds. They are used bulk liquids (petroleum/water) from ports to forward areas, they Combat Vehicles are the backbone to the Army Transportation Corps. to transport bulk cargo, containers and bulk liquids (petroleum/ water) from ports to forward areas. The predecessor Line Future Vertical Lift The M915A3 and M915A5 Line Haul Tractor Trucks fulfill the Haul system is the M915A3, which was fielded in unarmored Army Network and armored (Generation III Add-on Armor) configurations. Army requirement for heavy haulers. The M915A5 offers Air and Missile Defense the latest vehicle safety and crew comfort, increased crew Block upgrades, to include up armor, were made to the protection, improved range and fuel efficiency, and has better M915A3 through Engineering Change Proposals to meet the Soldier Lethality reliability due to onboard diagnostics. requirement for the Long Term Armor Strategy A-cab and B-kit armor protection, without reducing mission capability, and SPECIFICATIONS which became the M915A5. Line Haul Tractor Truck (M915A5): • ACQUISITION Size: 6x4 semi-tractor with sliding non-lubricated fifth The M915A3 and M915A5 are a critical part of the theater º LIFE CYCLE PHASE distribution system. The M915A3 and M915A5 support wheel (2-inch kingpin) missions through the full spectrum of military operations º Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) (maximum Materiel Solution Analysis from peacetime to major combat operations. The Line Haul allowable weight of the loaded semi-tractor and its Technology Maturation & attached loaded trailer determined by the tractor tractors operate primarily in the theater area, but can deliver Risk Reduction manufacturer): 120,000 pounds cargo as far forward as the road network allows. They can Engineering & Manufacturing Engine: Detroit Diesel S60 (500 horsepower, 1,650 foot- operate worldwide principally on primary and secondary roads, º Development pounds torque, Detroit Diesel Electronic Control (DDEC) IV and off-road when necessary or feasible. Vehicle operations include around-the-clock, all weather use in hot, basic and cold engine controller) Production & Deployment climates. The M915A3 and M915A5 can be transported on C-5 º Transmission: Allison HD4500SP (6-speed automatic) Operations & Support 100 percent more Electrical Power Reserve (power º and C-17 aircraft and meet all applicable North Atlantic Treaty Organization interoperability criteria. headroom) º Improved Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER º Rollover Stability Control System Through employment of truck transportation organizations, º Tilt/Telescoping Steering º Collision Warning System Eaton VORAD including organic, host nation and contracted assets, the LED Headlights Army Transportation Corps is the single largest provider of º High-efficiency air conditioning º land surface movement capability to the joint force. Line Haul º Operations are capable of supporting Full Spectrum Operations, Maximum towing speed: 65 mph with full payload on flat from Major Combat Operations, Stability Operations and Civil terrain UNITED STATES ARMY 300

303 Line Haul Tractor Truck (M915A3): • Line Haul Tractor Size: 6x4 semi-tractor with semi-lubricated fifth wheel (2- º inch kingpin) º GCWR: 105,000 pounds FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Engine: Detroit Diesel S60 (430 horsepower, 1,450 foot- º Afghanistan pounds torque, DDEC IV engine controller) º Transmission: Allison HD5460P (6-speed automatic) with CONTRACTORS Prime Contractors: Daimler Trucks North America power take-off LLC/Freightliner (Portland, OR; Cleveland, NC) º ABS Detroit Diesel (Detroit, MI) Engine: Collision Warning System Eaton VORAD º Meritor (Troy, MI) ABS Brakes: º Air conditioning Maximum towing speed: 65 mph with full payload on flat º terrain PROGRAM STATUS • FY16-FY18: º M915A5 truck production completed and transitioned to Sustainment (Integrated Logistics Support Center, U.S. Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, Michigan). º M915A5 Armor contract continues to produce armor through 3QFY19 to meet the Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) strategy to procure and maintain armor kits for greater than or equal to 30 percent of the TWV fleet size and meet Headquarters, Department of the Army G-8 needs. The next armor solicitation for contract award is currently being developed. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Continued divestment of older M915 variants • FY18-FY19: (A0, A1, A2 and A4). The M915A3 and M915A5 will continue to augment or replace assets in the current aging line haul fleet of legacy M915, M915A1, M915A2 and M915A4 series tractors and will allow insertion of improved technologies within the Active Army, Reserve and National Guard components. Next armor contract strategy is being • FY19-FY23: developed for Make or Buy decision. However, regardless of manufacturer, the B-Kits will be produced and shipped to Army Prepositioned Stock locations for installation as well as placed in long-term storage under U.S. Army Materiel Command Operational Projects. 2018 301 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

304 Line of Communications Bridge (LOCB) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Line of Communications Bridge (LOCB) restores and maintains line of communication routes in theater, supporting Long-Range Precision Fires both civilian and military traffic. Intended for long-term Next Generation emplacement, it consists of mission-configurable ramp and Combat Vehicles span segments. LOCB comes in two military configurations: 50-meter fixed and 280-meter float. Launch time requires up to Future Vertical Lift eight hours with 29 Soldiers. Army Network Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LOCB bridging is focused on sustainment of the force. LOCB Soldier Lethality supports the focused logistics concept by its ability to facilitate sustainment of widely dispersed forces over a large area of operation. As such, the LOCB facilitates the uninterrupted flow of forces, equipment, personnel and supplies for sustained ACQUISITION ground operations for the warfighter, allied, coalition and host LIFE CYCLE PHASE nation forces and displaced civilians. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Maximum load capacity: 150 wheeled or 120 tracked • Risk Reduction vehicles Engineering & Manufacturing • Roadway width: 5 meters Development • Assembled length: Spans gaps up to 300 meters Production & Deployment PROGRAM STATUS Operations & Support • None PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 2QFY20: Milestone C • 4QFY22: Full Rate Production Decision First Unit Equipped 2QFY23: • UNITED STATES ARMY 302

305 LOCB FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Acrow Bridge (Parsippany, NJ) Mabey, Inc. (Elkridge, MD) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 303

306 Load Handling System Compatible Water Tank Rack (Hippo) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Load Handling System Compatible Water Tank Rack (Hippo) 3QFY18: • enhances and expedites the delivery of bulk potable water into Start of Work Meeting; Urgent Buy Contract º Long-Range Precision Fires Production Verification Test; Urgent Buy Contract the division and brigade areas. It represents the latest in bulk º Next Generation water distribution technology and replaces the 3,000 and 5,000 º Acquisition Plan approval; follow-on production contract Combat Vehicles semitrailer-mounted fabric tanks. Urgent Buy Fielding through FY19 4QFY18: • Future Vertical Lift PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The Hippo is fully functional, mounted or dismounted, and is Army Network 1QFY19: • air- and ground-transportable when full, partially full or empty. Source Selection Evaluation Board (follow-on Air and Missile Defense It is Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck Palletized Load production contract) System (PLS) and PLS trailer compatible. The Hippo can be Development Test/Operational Test 3QFY20: • Soldier Lethality moved and set up rapidly using minimal assets and personnel. FY20-FY23: Production • No site preparation is required, and its modular configuration supports expeditionary joint forces operations. ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LIFE CYCLE PHASE Hippo provides the Army with the capability to receive, store and distribute potable water to warfighting units deployed Materiel Solution Analysis throughout the battlefield. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Consists of a 2,000-gallon potable-water tank in an • Development International Organization for Standardization frame Employs integrated pump, engine, alternator, filling stand • Production & Deployment and 70-foot hose reel with bulk suction and discharge hoses Operations & Support Pumps 125 gallons of water per minute • Prevents water from freezing in cold weather environments • down to minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit UNITED STATES ARMY 304

307 Hippo FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Mil-Mar Century, Inc. (Miamisburg, OH) Entwistle (Danville, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 305

308 Man-portable Radiological Detection System (MRDS) ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION Input Power: 12 to 17 V DC from battery or DC power º DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Man-portable Radiological Detection System (MRDS) supply (universal mains supply included). º Power Usage: Highest during cool down and charging capability will provide increased Radiological and Nuclear Long-Range Precision Fires battery: <100 W; cold with fully charged battery <35 W (RN) detection, localization, presumptive identification and Next Generation Operation Range Temperature: –20°C to 50°C º field-confirmatory identification capabilities that are networked Combat Vehicles Relative Humidity: 95% non-condensing º to provide situational awareness at the tactical level. The MRDS will support Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction º Instrument Enclosure: IP65 sealed against ingress of dust Future Vertical Lift and water. All perforations are sealed by rubber plugs (CWMD) Interdiction and Elimination operations, specifically Army Network RN Sensitive Site Assessments and Sensitive Site Exploitation. (connectors, memory cards, etc.) Air and Missile Defense º Future capability may also support Reconnaissance and Wireless Connectivity: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/e/i/h/j standards Surveillance across the full range of CWMD operations. This and IEEE 802.11n wireless and Bluetooth Soldier Lethality capability supports Radiological and Nuclear Interdiction PROGRAM STATUS and WMD-Elimination operations to: systematically locate, Capability Production Document signed secure, characterize and disable WMD programs and related • 4QF Y17: 3QFY18: • Milestone C granted by Milestone capabilities. ACQUISITION Decision Authority LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The MRDS replaces low-density legacy equipment. Materiel Solution Analysis 2QFY19: • Test Article Delivery Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS • Full Rate Production 4QFY20: Risk Reduction • Hand Held Sensor: Engineering & Manufacturing º Overall Dimensions (including handle and Ge detector Development endcap): 15.5 in L x 6.25 in W x 8.25 in H (39.5 cm L x 16 cm W x 21 cm H). Production & Deployment º Weight: 15.4 lbs (6.98 kg) gamma only; 16.8 lbs (7.62 kg) Operations & Support gamma/neutron. º Internal Battery: Two Rechargeable Lithium Ion; 98 Wh each, nominal; over eight hours of battery life at 25°C when HPGe detectors are cold; <4 hours to charge; internal battery is easily swapped º External Battery: Battery lifetime may be extended indefinitely by the use of optional external battery packs. An external military battery (Model 2590) weighs less than 3.25 lbs and extends lifetime to more than 16 hrs. UNITED STATES ARMY 306

309 MRDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 307

310 Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II (MTRS Inc II) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY The Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II (MTRS 4QF Y17: • º Milestone B/C Inc II) is a remotely operated, medium-sized robotic system Long-Range Precision Fires that provides a standoff capability to detect, confirm, identify º Production contract awarded Next Generation and dispose of hazards. MTRS Inc II has a standard chassis Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and modular mission payloads in support of current and future missions. MTRS Inc II supports engineers, Chemical, Limited User Test 2QFY19: • Future Vertical Lift Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Soldiers and Conditional Materiel Release/First Unit Equipped 4QFY19: • Army Network Special Operations forces. Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Soldier Lethality The MTRS Inc II provides the warfighter with a standoff ability to locate, identify and clear landmines, unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices in the path of maneuvering Army or joint forces. It also provides CBRN Soldiers with the ACQUISITION capability to employ CBRN sensors from a distance. LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS Materiel Solution Analysis • Handheld controller allows operator a standoff capability to Technology Maturation & operate MTRS Inc II from a mounted or dismounted location Risk Reduction and receive video and vehicle control data Engineering & Manufacturing Allows multiple payload platforms to improve support to • Development Soldiers in current and future operating environments Production & Deployment Operations & Support UNITED STATES ARMY 308

311 MTRS Inc II FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Endeavor Robotics (Chelmsford, MA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 309

312 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Biological Defense Therapeutics (BDTX) ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The mission of Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — System attributes established in requirements documentation Biological Defense Therapeutics (BDTX) is to provide U.S. Long-Range Precision Fires military forces and the nation safe, effective, innovative and Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS affordable therapeutic solutions to counter traditional, emerging Combat Vehicles • and engineered biological threats. FY16-FY18: º AVTX: Future Vertical Lift − Stood up Joint Mobile Emerging Disease Intervention The BDTX portfolio consists of: Army Network • Clinical Capability to execute human clinical research , which provides therapeutic Antiviral Therapeutic (AVTX) Air and Missile Defense or protection against the effects of Hemorrhagic Fever of experimental therapeutics in an emerging infectious Virus (HFV) families (Filoviridae and Bunyaviridae) and disease outbreak setting Soldier Lethality Initiation of second site NHP pivotal efficacy study − Encephalitic Alphaviruses (Togaviridae), thus sustaining the design warfighter to complete the mission. HFV countermeasures will mitigate the threat of illness or death, as well as lessen º CMDR-B: Other Transaction Authority Award Medical − issues with performance degradation resulting from ACQUISITION exposure to hemorrhagic fever viruses (Ebola and Marburg). Countermeasures for multidrug resistant bacteria LIFE CYCLE PHASE Due to the severity of these diseases, HFV therapeutics will PROJECTED ACTIVITIES be administered to exposed warfighters while under direct Materiel Solution Analysis medical observation. AVTX: Technology Maturation & FY19: • Natural History Study Results Risk Reduction • Countermeasures for Multi-Drug Resistance- • FY22: Milestone C Engineering & Manufacturing Bacterial (CMDR-B) develop post-exposure medical Development countermeasures to treat service members exposed to CMDR-B: bacterial threats engineered to defeat current antimicrobial • FY19: Production & Deployment º countermeasures. CMDR-B therapeutics will be Market Research analysis Operations & Support administered to exposed warfighters while under direct Prototype Testing analysis results º Milestone B º medical observation. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER MCS BDTX provides therapeutic solutions to counter traditional, emerging and engineered biological threats. UNITED STATES ARMY 310

313 MCS — BDTX FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS AVTX: Gilead Sciences (Foster City, CA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 311

314 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Diagnostics ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION diagnosis. Fielding to Air Force units began in May 2017. DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Sentinel Panel includes targets for Anthrax, Tularemia, The mission of Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Q Fever, Ebolavirus, Marburg, Y.pestis, Burk psuedomallei, Diagnostics (DX) is to develop, acquire, integrate and field Long-Range Precision Fires identification technologies and Federal Drug Administration Burk mallei, Brucella sp, Brucella melitensis, Rickettsia Next Generation (FDA) cleared diagnostic devices intended for service members Prowazekii, EEE, VEE, WEE, Orthopox, Variola, Ricin, Bot, Combat Vehicles to aid in the early diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the training assays (Bacillus globigii, Bacillus thuringiensis, yeast) for surveillance and environmental applications. effects of exposure to chemical, biological and radiological Future Vertical Lift • NGDS – 2: agents. Army Network A family of systems that provides expanded diagnostic Air and Missile Defense The Diagnostics portfolio consists of: capabilities to lower echelons of care (roles of care 1-3) and • complement diagnostic capabilities by addressing objective Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostic Soldier Lethality System (JBAIDS): Fielded chemical, biological and radiological diagnostic threats. A reusable, portable, modifiable biological agent identification BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER and diagnostic system capable of rapid, reliable and JBAIDS: Provides rapid positive identification and diagnostic simultaneous identification of multiple biological agents and ACQUISITION other pathogens of operational concern. Sixteen pathogen confirmation of Biological Warfare Agents and other pathogens LIFE CYCLE PHASE surveillance assay kits are deployed covering 14 Biological of operational concern. Warfare (BW) agents. In addition, seven FDA cleared In Vitro NGDS: NGDS diagnostic capabilities will be employed in Army Materiel Solution Analysis Diagnostic (IVD) test kits (Anthrax, Tularemia, Plague and and Air Force (Role 3) and Navy (Role 2 and 3) deployable Technology Maturation & QFever) and the Platinum Path Extraction Kits are available Combat Health Support units, with applicability to routine Risk Reduction through the Defense Logistics Agency. In addition, the healthcare at higher echelons. NGDS Increment 1 will Engineering & Manufacturing JBAIDS has eight FDA approved prepositioned Emergency support accurate patient treatment, force health protection Development and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear situational Use Authorization data packages for IVD assays (Ebola Zaire, Ebola Sudan, PanEbola, Marburg Ci67, Marburg awareness. Production & Deployment Musoke, Marburg RAVN, Marburg Angola and PanMarburg) Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS for the identification of low-probability, high-consequence JBAIDS: • pathogens in clinical samples that can be deployed in the Sample Preparation Time: 25-65 minutes per sample º event of a declared health emergency. Total Time to Result: 90-135 minutes (DNA vs RNA) Next Generation Diagnostic System (NGDS) Increment 1: • º A FDA-cleared reusable, adaptable biological pathogen º Samples analyzed per run: 7 samples (including controls) Number of organisms analyzed per run: Max 5 targets º diagnostic and identification system capable of rapidly (without inhibition controls); operator must know what to analyzing clinical and environmental samples. The BWA test for Warrior Panel (Anthrax, Plague, Tularemia, Q Fever, Ebola Types of organisms analyzed: Biological Warfare Agents, and Marburg) is cleared by the FDA for use with blood º culture, whole blood and sputum samples to aid in human Influenza UNITED STATES ARMY 312

315 º Configuration: instrument, laptop with software, support MCS — Diagnostics equipment, sample preparation kits and consumables Footprint (analyzer, support equipment and consumables): º ~1,150 pounds and 87 cubic feet FOREIGN MILITARY SALES • NGDS: None Sample Preparation Time: 5 minutes per sample º º Total Time to Result: 70 minutes CONTRACTORS BioFire Defense, LLC (Salt Lake City, UT) º Samples analyzed per run: 1 sample – multiple agents Number of organisms analyzed per run: 14-27 targets º depending on panel º Types of organisms analyzed: Biological Warfare Agents, many common infectious disease agents (125+ additional targets) º Configuration: instrument, laptop with software, sample preparation kits and consumables º Footprint (analyzer, support equipment and consumables): 62 pounds and 6 cubic feet PROGRAM STATUS Initiated replacement of JBAIDS with • F Y17: NGDS Increment 1 • 1QFY16: º NGDS Increment 1 Milestone C º NGDS Increment 1 U.S. Air Force (USAF) Full Operational Capability (FOC) 3QFY17: • º NGDS Increment 1 FDA Clearance º NGDS Increment 1 USAF Initial Operational Capability (IOC) • 4QFY18: Full Rate Production Decision PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • FY19-FY23: º All JBAIDS replaced with NGDS Increment 1 º NGDS-2: Man Portable Diagnostics System (MPDS) Milestone B, MPDS Milestone C, ChemDx Milestone B, ChemDX Milestone C • FY19: NGDS Increment 1 Army IOC • FY20: º NGDS Increment 1 Army FOC º NGDS Increment 1 Navy IOC FY21: • NGDS Increment 1 Navy FOC 2018 313 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

316 Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) ACAT III PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION º Medical Training Evaluation System DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) Increment 1 Medical Training Command and Control (MT-C2) º º provides realistic medical training to both medical and non- Professional instruction and administrative support Long-Range Precision Fires medical Soldiers in the Active, Reserve and National Guard (NG). Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS MSTC provides hands-on instruction on the latest battlefield Combat Vehicles • trauma and critical care techniques based on Army Medical 4QF Y17: Department approved performance-oriented training curricula. Sustainment and Maintenance º Future Vertical Lift Technical refresh and concurrency refresh on Medical º Medical treatment validation exercises simulate the high stress Army Network of performing medical interventions in combat. MSTC supports Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations; Air and Missile Defense Unit Medical Readiness by validating Combat Medic (military MT-C2; and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) occupational specialty 68W) Emergency Medical Technician developmental efforts Soldier Lethality biennial recertification requirements and providing combat 1QFY18: • Award of Virtual Patient Simulation Systems lifesaver training to non-medical Soldiers. Contract Award of TC3 Exportable (TC3X) contract 2QFY18: • Increment 2 will focus on improving health care at the first TC3X Production/Fielding 3QFY18-4QFY18: • ACQUISITION responder, combat medic, Special Operations medic and LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROJECTED ACTIVITIES forward deployed surgical levels to better meet individual • 1QFY19-4QFY19: High Fidelity Patient Simulator commander’s casualty response system needs now and in the Materiel Solution Analysis Force 2025 operating environment. production/fielding Technology Maturation & 1QFY19-4QFY20: TC3X Production/Fielding • Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • 2QFY19: MT-C2 System Production Start Engineering & Manufacturing • New MSTC facility fielding (Fort Hood, Texas) FY21: The MSTC saves Soldiers’ lives through enhanced hands-on Development FY21-FY22: • TC3X Technical Refresh: Production/Fielding medical training, which is provided and taught under realistic • FY22: battlefield conditions. From this sustainment and validation Production & Deployment º medical training, first responders are able to provide emergency New MSTC facility fielding (Fort Bragg, North Carolina) Operations & Support medical treatment for the three main preventable causes of MT-C2 Concurrency Upgrades: All MSTC facilities (25) º New MSTC facility fielding (Camp Bullis, Texas) (NG) • death on the battlefield (hemorrhage, airway compromise and FY23: New MSTC facility fielding (Camp Williams, Utah) (NG) FY24: tension pneumothorax). • SPECIFICATIONS MSTC consists of: • A 7,000-square-foot structure º º Virtual Patient System Instructor Support System º UNITED STATES ARMY 314

317 MSTC FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Lithuania CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Mission Systems (Fairfax, VA) Riptide Software, Inc. (Oviedo, FL) Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services (Dulles, VA) General Dynamics Information Technology (Falls Church, VA) Laerdal Medical (Wappingers Falls, NY) KGS (Fairfax, VA) 2018 315 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

318 Medical Support Systems and Evacuation (MSSE) ACAT III U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command | Fort Detrick, MD MODERNIZATION Health Readiness and Performance System (HRAPS) • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Medical Support Systems and Evacuation (MSSE) is a family (ACAT III) of products supporting medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), In partnership with PEO Soldier, the HRAPS supports the Long-Range Precision Fires casualty extraction and movement, and operational and health and medical mission of an integrated system of Next Generation wearable sensors that provide commanders with actionable preventive medicine. This program supports Soldier and Combat Vehicles information to improve performance and mitigate injuries. medical evacuation readiness and modernization. The portfolio Increments will address heat injuries, alertness, cognition includes: Future Vertical Lift and physical readiness. Army Network • MEDEVAC and Treatment Vehicle Medical Equipment Air and Missile Defense (Non-ACAT ) Transport Telemedicine System (TTS) (ACAT III) • Package (MEP) The Medical Hands-Free, Ultra-Wideband Broadcast This program supports unique medical evacuation Soldier Lethality requirements for air and ground vehicles. In partnership with (MEDHUB) systems will capture patient status and treatment Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation and PEO Ground data at remote sites and enroute to higher roles of care/ Combat Systems, these programs address specifications, Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF). The MEDHUB will product development, testing and integration of medical provide hands-free, electronic creation of essential medical ACQUISITION equipment into the UH-60M Air Ambulances and the data, providing deployed MTFs with patient information LIFE CYCLE PHASE Armored Multipurpose Vehicle Ambulance and Treatment/ before arrival, improving care, safety and patient outcomes Evacuation variants. without additional burdens on medics. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & • Chemical Patient Protective Wrap (CPPW) (ACAT IV) • Environmental Sentinel Biomonitor (ESB) (ACAT IV) Risk Reduction The military unique CPPW was modernized and upgraded The ESB rapidly screens and identifies toxic industrial Engineering & Manufacturing chemicals in field drinking water. It will be used by to replace a late 1980s legacy product with the new version Development Preventative Medicine personnel in support of Brigade manufactured in partnership with Pine Bluff Arsenal. Combat Teams and higher. The Environmental Protection Designed similar in style to a sleeping bag, the CPPW Production & Deployment Agency (EPA) registered device allows enhanced screening is a portable, protective, patient transport device, which Operations & Support allows for patient treatment while protecting patients of local water sources to validate that industrial chemical contaminants are below safe threshold levels. from contamination by chemical agents and pathogens of operational and clinical concern. Future Vertical Lift (FVL) Medical MEP (Non-ACAT) • BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER In concert with PEO Aviation, the MSSE supports the MSSE products improve health outcomes, support medical development of the medical variants in the FVL program. evacuation, prevent illness and injury, enhance operational Each medical variant requires design, development, testing and validation of the MEDEVAC equipment and patient readiness and improve Soldier lethality. movement items including defibrillator, ventilator and vital signs monitors. UNITED STATES ARMY 316

319 SPECIFICATIONS MSSE • System attributes include Environmental Protection Agency registration, user evaluations, air worthiness certification and effectiveness FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None PROGRAM STATUS Products are in varying stages of completion, FY16-FY18: • CONTRACTORS ANP Technologies (Newark, DE) ranging from Materiel Development Decision through Initial Nanohmics (Austin, TX) Operation Capability Polo Custom Products, Inc. (Topeka, KS) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Laboratory (Cambridge, MA) FY19-FY23: Products will continue progress through • Sierra Nevada Corporation (Las Vegas, NV) Development and Full Operational Capability 2018 317 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

320 Medium Dozer — T-9 PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY Fielded and trained 241 T-9 Dozers and • FY16-FY17: The T-9/D7R dozer model is a medium drawbar, air- operators transportable by C-5 and C-17, diesel-engine-driven crawler Long-Range Precision Fires 2QF Y17: T9 Dozer Full Operative Capability tractor with a dozer blade and optional winch (Type I) or ripper • Next Generation Dozer Production complete (Type II). The medium dozer is a commercial vehicle with military 3QFY18: • Combat Vehicles modifications to include North Atlantic Treaty Organization PROJECTED ACTIVITIES start, arctic kit, rifle rack and armor C-Kit capability. Future Vertical Lift • None Army Network The vehicle provides cutting, moving and finish-grading Air and Missile Defense capabilities to support various construction tasks such as building and maintaining roads, airfields and shelters. Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The T-9/D7R-II medium dozer is used to build and maintain air and ground lines of communication such as airfields and ACQUISITION main supply routes, which enhances infrastructure and force LIFE CYCLE PHASE protection for the warfighter. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & • Maximum speed: 6.6 mph forward, 8.4 mph reverse Risk Reduction • 105,820 pounds drawbar pull Engineering & Manufacturing • 3 forward and 3 reverse gears Development • Dimensions: º With winch: 273 inches long, 139 inches high and 145 Production & Deployment inches wide; Weight: 62,000 pounds without armor; Operations & Support 66,000 pounds with armor With ripper: 289 inches long, 139 inches high and 145 º inches wide; Weight: 65,000 pounds without armor; 69,000 pounds with armor UNITED STATES ARMY 318

321 Medium Dozer — T-9 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Uganda CONTRACTORS Caterpillar, Inc. (Peoria, IL) BAE Systems (Cincinnati, OH) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 319

322 Mobile Maintenance Equipment Systems (MMES) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • 1QFY16: FSRS: Milestone C Low Rate Initial Production Mobile Maintenance Equipment Systems (MMES) provide (LRIP) a two-level maintenance capability to the warfighter. Eight Long-Range Precision Fires MWMSS: Full Materiel Release • interconnected maintenance systems are distributed 2QFY18: Next Generation • 3QFY18: MWMSS: First Unit Equipped (FUE) throughout the Army at multiple levels and provide a Combat Vehicles holistic repair capability in all environments. This approach PROJECTED ACTIVITIES meets the Army’s two-level maintenance philosophy and Future Vertical Lift supports the current force while also providing modular 1QFY19: NG SECM: Research, Development, Test and • Army Network configurations to meet the specific needs of the Army in today’s Evaluation efforts Air and Missile Defense transforming environment. HSTRU: Full Operational Capability • 2QFY19: • 4QFY19: Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER º NG SEW: LRIP MMES provides technological advancements and professional- º FSRS: FUE grade tools with lifetime warranties that will save the Army money for years to come. This integrated maintenance system ACQUISITION serves to consolidate Line Item Numbers to one and equips our LIFE CYCLE PHASE forces with the most current and accurate tools to complete the mission while performing maintenance on the latest Materiel Solution Analysis technologically advanced equipment and weaponry. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing MMES family of systems includes: Development • Metal Working and Machining Shop Set (MWMSS) Fire Suppression Refill System (FSRS) • Production & Deployment Armament Repair Shop Set (ARSS) • Operations & Support The Hydraulic Systems Test and Repair Unit (HSTRU) • • Next Generation Shop Equipment, Welding Trailer (NG SEW) • Next Generation Shop Equipment Contact Maintenance (NG SECM) Forward Repair System • • Standard Automotive Tool Set UNITED STATES ARMY 320

323 MMES FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS MWMSS and FSRS: Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center (Rock Island, IL) ARSS: Tobyhanna Army Depot (Tobyhanna, PA) HSTRU: Mandus Group (Rock Island, IL) Capability Production Document still in SEW Trailer: staffing; (Rock Island, IL) 2018 321 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

324 Modular Fuel System (MFS) PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The Modular Fuel System (MFS) rapidly establishes fuel 1QFY18: TRM M107A1 Full Materiel Release distribution and storage capability at any location regardless º Long-Range Precision Fires º TRM ongoing Fielding of material handling equipment availability. The MFS performs Next Generation º PRM Request for Proposal Release for follow-on both retail and bulk fueling operations, and is capable of Combat Vehicles production contract receiving, storing, filtering and issuing all kerosene-based fuels. TRM European Deterrence Initiative award • 2QFY18: Future Vertical Lift MFS is composed of 14 Tank Rack Modules (TRM) and one of Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES the pump and filtration modules, commonly known as Pump Air and Missile Defense Rack Modules (PRM). The TRM can be used with the PRM, the • 3QFY19: º PRM First Article Test Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) tankers or Soldier Lethality as a stand-alone system. When used with the HEMTT tanker, º PRM Production and Fielding the TRM doubles the HEMTT tanker capacity to 5,000 gallons TRM follow-on Contract Award º • of fuel. The MFS is transported by the HEMTT Load Handling TRM Production and Fielding 2QFY20: System and the Palletized Load System. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE The PRM has an evacuation capability that allows the hoses in the system to be purged of fuel prior to recovery and can refuel Materiel Solution Analysis both ground vehicles and aircraft. Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing The MFS enables retail operation for the warfighter by storing, Development transporting and issuing fuel. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support TRM includes continuous duty retail pump, flow meter, filter • separator and 2,500-gallon tank PRM includes self-priming, 600-gallons-per-minute diesel- • engine-driven centrifugal pump; filter separator; valves; fittings; hoses; refueling nozzles; aviation fuel test kits; fire extinguishers; grounding rods; flow meter and North Atlantic Treaty Organization connectors UNITED STATES ARMY 322

325 MFS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leonardo DRS (St. Louis, MO) Isometrics, Inc. (Reidsville, NC) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 323

326 Mortar Systems PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ ACAT III MODERNIZATION been deployed and used in combat since June 2011. Based on DESCRIPTION PRIORITY the success of the APMI program, the Army is moving forward The family of mortar systems provides organic, indirect fire with the High Explosive Guided Mortar (HEGM) and in February support to the maneuver unit commander and is employed Long-Range Precision Fires 2015 validated the Capability Development Document. in all combat formations. The Army uses three variants of 120 Next Generation mm mortar systems. The two mounted variants are the M121 Combat Vehicles BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER 120 mm mortar, used on the M1064A3 Mortar Carrier, and Mortar Systems provide the maneuver commander rapid, the 120 mm Recoiling Mortar System, used on the M1129 and Future Vertical Lift M1252 Stryker Mortar Carriers. The M120A1 120 mm Towed responsive, hip-pocket indirect fires in support of combat Army Network operations. Mortar System is the dismounted variant. The Mortar Fire Air and Missile Defense Control System (MFCS) provides the warfighter improvements PROGRAM STATUS in command and control of mortar fires and the speed of Soldier Lethality employment, accuracy and survivability of mortars. The M95/ • 1QFY16: M32 Software Version 5.0 Materiel Release • M96 MFCS – Mounted (MFCS-M), used on the M1064A3, M1129 Fielding of the 60 mm Lightweight Mortar 1QFY16-4QFY16: (M224A1) and M1252, and the M150/ M151 MFCS-Dismounted (MFCS-D), • Fielding of the 81 mm Lightweight Mortar used with the M120A1, combine a fire control computer with 1QFY16-4QFY17: ACQUISITION (M252A1); Production and Fielding of MFCS-D an inertial navigation and pointing system, allowing crews to LIFE CYCLE PHASE fire in less than a minute and greatly improving mortar lethality • 2QFY16: Production of M32A1; Materiel Development and accuracy, and crew survivability. The Lightweight M252A1 Decision Materiel Solution Analysis 81 mm Mortar System and Lightweight M224A1 60 mm Mortar 2QFY16-4QFY17: Software integration for Android-based • Technology Maturation & System have been qualified and are in production and fielding. M32A2 Risk Reduction The M252A1 weighs 20 percent less and the M224A1 weighs 3QFY16: • Engineering & Manufacturing º Selection of new Mortar Weapon Systems, Mortar 13 percent less than their legacy counterparts, yet maintain the Development same capability. All of the mortar systems fire a full family of Weapon Components and MFCS prime contractors; ammunition including high-explosive, infrared and visible light conduct 60 mm M1061 mortar Full Materiel Release (FMR) Production & Deployment illumination, smoke and training. º FMR for High Explosive (HE) 60 mm HE Enhanced Operations & Support Fragmentation M1061 cartridge Fielding M32A1 1QF Y17- 4QF Y17: • The M32 and M32A1 Lightweight Handheld Mortar Ballistic Computers have a tactical modem and embedded Global • 1QF Y17: 120 mm M929 WP Smoke Cartridge Production 2QF Y17: • Milestone B and begin HEGM Engineering and Positioning System, allowing mortar crews to send and receive digital call-for-fire messages, calculate ballistic solutions and Manufacturing Development (EMD); Production of M32A1 Full Rate Production Decision Review (FRPDR) for navigate. The next-generation Android-based M32A2 is under 4QF Y17: • development. HE 60 mm HE Enhanced Fragmentation M1061 cartridge • Milestone C/Type Classified/Limited Production 4QFY18: The XM395 Accelerated Precision Mortar Initiative (APMI) for the HE 81 mm HE M821A3E1; Fielding of M32A1 • FY18: Fielding of the 60 mm Lightweight Mortar (M224A1) achieved an Urgent Materiel Release in March 2011. APMI has UNITED STATES ARMY 324

327 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Mortar Systems • 2QFY19: Milestone B and HEGM (XM1160) EMD • FY20: Fielding of the 81 mm Lightweight Mortar (M252A1) Type Classified-Standard/FMR/FRPDR for the 4QFY20: • FOREIGN MILITARY SALES 81mm HE M821A3E1 None SPECIFICATIONS CONTRACTORS 60 mm and 81 mm mortar bipod production: Matech (Salisbury, MD) Ammunition Range Mortar AMT 60 mm and 81 mm baseplate production: (meters) (Fairfield, NJ) MFCS-D and MFCS-M production, fielding and War reserve HE (M934A1, white-phosphorus (WP) M120/M121 installation: Elbit Systems of America (Fort Worth, smoke (M929), visible light illumination (M930), 120 mm TX) 7, 24 0 infrared illumination (M983), war reserve and training Mortar VT Miltope (Hope Hull, AL) M32A1 LHMBC (RTHD-2): (M933A1) and full-range practice (FRP) (M931). HEGM PM Ground Soldier (Fort M32A2 (Nett Warrior): is in development. Belvoir, VA) 120 mm, 81 mm, and 60 mm cannons: Watervliet Arsenal (Watervliet, NY) M252 81 War reserve HE (M821A3), red phosphorus smoke Mortar ignition cartridge: POCAL Industries, Inc. 5,935 mm Mortar (M819), visible light illumination (M853A1), infrared (Scranton, PA) illumination (M816), war reserve and training HE Mortar cartridge load, assemble, package: Pine (M889A4) and FRP (M879A1). Bluff Arsenal (Pine Bluff, AR) Mortar fuses: L3 Fuzing and Ordnance Systems War reserve HE (M720A2/M1061), WP smoke M224 60 (Cincinnati, OH) 3,489 mm Mortar (M722A1), visible light illumination (M721), infrared illumination (M767), war reserve and training HE (M768A1) and FRP (M769). WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 325 2018

328 Motor Grader — 120M PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The 120M Motor Grader is a heavy-duty, pneumatic-tired 3QFY16: • commercial construction grader. It performs rough and fine Type IA Full Materiel Release/Type Classified-Standard º Long-Range Precision Fires Type IA First Unit Equipped º grading, ditching, high-bank cutting and sloping and will serve Next Generation • 4QFY16: the needs of Brigade Engineer Battalion, Infantry Brigade Complete Type IA Army Acquisition Objective Combat Vehicles Combat Team and Equipment Support Company Airborne fielding of 20 systems 1QFY18: units employed and/or positioned throughout the entire range Grader contract expiration • Future Vertical Lift Fielded and trained 68 Type 1 Graders FY16-FY18: • of military operations. Army Network Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES The 120M Motor Grader will be used along with other Type I Full Operational Capability 1QFY19: • construction equipment to conduct general construction Soldier Lethality missions in support of repair, maintenance and construction of air and ground lines of communication, repair and restoration of infrastructure, and to enhance force and infrastructure protection. The Grader Type IA is air-droppable, Commercial ACQUISITION Off-The-Shelf construction equipment that is fully adaptable to LIFE CYCLE PHASE military operations. Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Technology Maturation & The 120M Motor Grader improves and repairs air and ground Risk Reduction lines of communication, such as airfields and main supply Engineering & Manufacturing routes, which enhances infrastructure and force protection. Development SPECIFICATIONS Production & Deployment Six-wheeled, commercial, construction grader with all-wheel • Operations & Support drive, articulated frame steer and pneumatic tires Electro-hydraulic joystick control operation • Automatic power shift transmission with eight forward and • six reverse speeds UNITED STATES ARMY 326

329 Motor Grader — 120M FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan and Iraq CONTRACTORS Caterpillar, Inc. (Peoria, IL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 327

330 Neurotrauma and Psychological Health (NPH) ACAT III U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command | Fort Detrick, MD MODERNIZATION º Increment II – Technologies that can be used in DESCRIPTION PRIORITY conjunction with the LATBI to provide clinicians a broad The Mission of the Neurotrauma and Psychological Health (NPH) Project Management Office is to rapidly develop and spectrum of capabilities for diagnosing brain injury. These Long-Range Precision Fires field Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved medical technologies include, but are not limited to, eye tracking Next Generation solutions across the continuum of care. These are solutions and brain blood flow motion tracking. Combat Vehicles that aid in the detection, protection, prevention and treatment of BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER neurotrauma/head injury and psychological health conditions, Future Vertical Lift TBI results in a variety of physical, cognitive, social, emotional such as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress Army Network Disorder and suicide. This program enables warfighter health, and behavioral effects with outcomes ranging from complete Air and Missile Defense readiness and lethality. The portfolio consists of: recovery to permanent disability or death. Based on data from the past five years, the Department of Defense can expect to Soldier Lethality Laboratory Assays for TBI (LATBI) diagnose 20,000-25,000 cases of TBI per year across theater • and garrison settings worldwide, regardless if deployed or not. This is a blood test to screen an injured service member However, TBI diagnosis still relies on self-report of the injury for mild TBI. The test detects the presence of proteins in the blood as the result of brain injury. Initially, this test will and incident. Early identification of TBI injuries will reduce lost ACQUISITION be used as a point of care triage tool to determine if the duty time and prevent complications that may impact a service LIFE CYCLE PHASE service member requires the more definitive Computerized member’s performance; therefore, keeping the Soldier in the fight, and improving their lethality. Tomography (CT) scan. Follow-on development/increments Materiel Solution Analysis will be aimed at providing a stand-alone aid in the diagnosis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS of TBI. Risk Reduction System attributes established in the requirements • Engineering & Manufacturing documentation that include FDA licensure Noninvasive Neuro-Assessment Devices (NINAD) • Development The development effort supports a device to provide reliable PROGRAM STATUS and accurate diagnosis of TBI. Production & Deployment FY16-FY18: • Increment I – Handheld device to screen service members Products are in varying stages of completion º Operations & Support and undergoing Development Test/Operational Test for head injuries by scanning the outside of the head. These technologies will provide a non-invasive, rapid PROJECTED ACTIVITIES method to determine the need for a CT scan. In concert Human studies will be conducted for these FY19-FY23: • with the Rapid Equipping Force, units have been equipped with two FDA-cleared devices to support current devices to receive FDA clearance urgent needs. UNITED STATES ARMY 328

331 NPH FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Abbott Point of Care (Abbott Park, IL and Canada) Banyan Biomarkers (San Diego, CA and Alachua, FL) BrainScope (Bethesda, MD) Infrascan (Philadelphia, PA) Oculogica (New York, NY) Neurokinetic (Pittsburgh, PA) 2018 329 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

332 Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) — Stryker Sensor Suites ACAT III JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Full Operational Capability and Initiate Sensor • The Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle 1QFY18: Suite Enhancement Program (NBCRV) — Stryker Sensor Suites is the Chemical, Biological, Long-Range Precision Fires Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) reconnaissance configuration Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES of the Infantry Carrier Vehicle in the Stryker Brigade Combat Combat Vehicles • Chemical Surface Detector (CSD) Milestone B Teams, Heavy Brigade Combat Teams and Chemical FY19: Companies. • CSD and NBRCV Sensor Suite Upgrade Milestone C FY23: Future Vertical Lift Army Network The NBCRV—Stryker Sensor Suite consists of a dedicated Air and Missile Defense system of CBRN detection, warning and biological-sampling equipment on a Stryker vehicle (high-speed, high-mobility, Soldier Lethality armored carrier). The NBCRV detects chemical, radiological and biological contamination in its immediate environment through the Chemical Biological Mass Spectrometer, Automatic Chemical Agent Detector Alarm, AN/VDR-2 Radiac ACQUISITION Detector, AN/UDR-13 Radiac Detector and Joint Biological LIFE CYCLE PHASE Point Detection Service Lightweight Standoff Chemical Agent Detector. It automatically integrates contamination Materiel Solution Analysis information from detectors with input from onboard navigation Technology Maturation & and meteorological systems, and transmits digital Nuclear, Risk Reduction Biological and Chemical (NBC) warning messages through the Engineering & Manufacturing vehicle’s command and control equipment to warn follow-on Development forces. The NBCRV can also collect samples for analysis. Production & Deployment BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Operations & Support The NBCRV—Stryker Sensor Suite supports the warfighter by performing NBC reconnaissance. It also locates, identifies, marks, samples and reports NBC contamination on the battlefield. SPECIFICATIONS Stryker variant with multiple unique sensors • UNITED STATES ARMY 330

333 NBCRV FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Prime Vehicle: General Dynamics Land Systems (Sterling Heights, MI) CACI (Lorton, VA) Sensor Software Integrator: 2018 331 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

334 Pharmaceutical Systems U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command | Fort Detrick, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION Dengue causes debilitating illness to U.S. forces that results DESCRIPTION PRIORITY in approximately 14 lost duty days per event and reduces Pharmaceutical Systems includes Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-regulated vaccines, drugs, diagnostic tests and blood Soldier performance for approximately one month. Long-Range Precision Fires products that protect, treat and sustain warfighter health, Next Generation HIV Vaccines (ACAT III) • readiness and lethality. The portfolio includes: Combat Vehicles A vaccine to prevent HIV infection thus sustaining troop readiness (approximately 350 new service members • Malaria Prevention Drug (ACAT III) Future Vertical Lift infected per year) and mitigating financial impact of lifelong Pills to prevent malaria during deployment. It is the only Army Network FDA approved antimalarial drug effective against all stages treatment (approximately $500 million per year). The vaccine Air and Missile Defense of malaria, is safer, and requires less frequent dosing than will protect against multiple subtypes representing over 97 current drugs. percent of Department of Defense HIV infections. Soldier Lethality • Rapid Human Diagnostic Devices (ACAT IV) Intravenous Artesunate (IVAS) (ACAT IV) • An intravenous drug to treat warfighters with severe/ “Dipstick” tests to rapidly diagnose a variety of military- relevant infectious diseases before the disease spreads, complicated malaria. The IVAS is safer and more effective ACQUISITION incapacitating troops and degrading the operational than current drugs, which it will replace after FDA approval. LIFE CYCLE PHASE mission. The IVAS is being tested under a special FDA protocol, and has safely been used around the world to save hundreds of Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER lives since 2007. Technology Maturation & These products improve health, deployability, survivability Risk Reduction and lethality by countering infectious diseases and enhancing • Blood Products (ACAT III) Engineering & Manufacturing battlefield trauma care. Blood products include Freeze Dried Plasma, Development Cryopreserved Platelets and Cold Stored Platelets in SPECIFICATIONS Platelet Additive Solution. On the battlefield, these products Production & Deployment • will be used far forward to stop bleeding and to replace lost FDA approval Operations & Support fluids. Implementation will reduce the number of preventable • Each drug, vaccine or blood product has individual technical deaths caused by bleeding, estimated to be approximately and logistics specs 24 percent of combat deaths before an injured warfighter PROGRAM STATUS reached a Medical Treatment Facility. These life-saving FY16-FY18: Products are in varying stages of completion. • products will also significantly reduce the logistics burden Some have received FDA approval for limited, emergency or compared to current blood products. humanitarian use, pending full approval. • Dengue Tetravalent Vaccine (ACAT III) A vaccine to protect warfighters from dengue virus, the most rapidly spreading mosquito-borne viral disease in the world. UNITED STATES ARMY 332

335 Pharmaceutical PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Systems • FY19-FY23: Anticipated Milestone C dates for these products beginning in FY19 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS 60° Pharmaceuticals (Washington, DC) Amivas (Silver Spring, MD) Eurofins Advantar (San Diego, CA) Fast-Track Drugs and Biologics, LLC (North Potomac, MD) InBios International, Inc. (Seattle, WA) Janssen (Belgium) PPD (Wilmington, NC) State University of New York (Albany, NY) Takeda Pharmaceuticals (Deerfield, IL) University of Maryland (Baltimore, MD) Vascular Solutions Inc. (Minneapolis, MN) Westa (Rockville, MD) 2018 333 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

336 Radiological Detection System (RDS) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Requirements Basis: Capability Development Document, • The Radiological Detection System (RDS) is intended to replace Januar y 2015 the Department of Defense's legacy Radiation Detection, Long-Range Precision Fires Indication and Computation (RADIAC) survey meters (PDR-77, Performance Specification: Amendment 3, dated 16 March • Next Generation MFR Suite and ADM-300). 2017 Combat Vehicles • Contract Type: Cost Plus Fixed Fee (development)/Fixed RDS will provide warfighters with the capability to measure Price Incentive (Successive Targets) (Production) Future Vertical Lift alpha, beta, gamma, neutron and low-energy X-rays. It is the Army Network PROGRAM STATUS first joint Rad/Nuc detector solution to increase capability Air and Missile Defense and reduce life cycle costs, as well as address Operation Pre-Milestone Full Rate Production (FRP) FY16-FY18: • Decision for Increment 1 (U.S. Army only) TOMODACHI Lessons Learned for common, interoperable Soldier Lethality Contract Award equipment with adequate sensitivity and common units of • 4QFY16: • Critical Design Review 4QF Y17: measure. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Additional capabilities beyond that of legacy RADIAC include ACQUISITION Net-Readiness, incorporation of Global Positioning System • 1QFY18: Test Article Delivery LIFE CYCLE PHASE • data, and use of both conventional and international system FRP for Increment 1 (U.S. Army only) 1QFY19: measurement units. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Risk Reduction The RDS will provide warfighters with the capability to measure Engineering & Manufacturing alpha, beta, gamma, neutron and low-energy X-rays. RDS is Development much more capable than the PDR-77. RDS has three additional probes that the PDR-77 does not have: beta pancake probe, Production & Deployment sensitive gamma probe, and neutron probe. The RDS is much Operations & Support more accurate than the PDR-77 since the RDS has temperature compensation and the PDR-77 does not have. Also the PDR-77 is a standalone system without radio or GPS connectivity and no data logging capability. Hence the users must write everything down and then transmit by voice. The RDS is networked with the radio and military GPS. UNITED STATES ARMY 334

337 RDS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Visionary Products, Inc. (Draper, UT) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 335

338 Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS) — RQ-11B ACAT III PEO Aviation | Redstone Arsenal, AL MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY SUAS provides the battalion-and-below ground-maneuver The RQ-11B Raven is a Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS). The SUAS provides reconnaissance, surveillance, elements with an organic, on-demand asset to develop Long-Range Precision Fires target acquisition and force protection for the battalion situational awareness, enhance force protection and secure Next Generation commander and below during day and night operations. The routes, points and areas. The system provides the small unit Combat Vehicles Raven and its larger SUAS counterpart, the RQ-20 Puma, make commander a responsive tactical Reconnaissance, Surveillance up a formidable SUAS team. The SUAS is comprised of three and Target Acquisition capability through real-time, full-motion Future Vertical Lift air vehicles, a Ground Control Station (GCS), a remote video video and sensor data via the hand controller. Army Network terminal (identical to GCS), Electro-Optical (EO) and Infrared Air and Missile Defense SPECIFICATIONS (IR) payloads, aircraft and GCS batteries, a field repair kit and a spares package. Normal operational altitude is 500 feet or Raven: Soldier Lethality lower. The system, aircraft and ground control station are • Wingspan: 4.5 feet • assembled by operators in approximately five minutes. Both Weight: 4.2 pounds color EO sensors and IR sensors are fielded for day and night • Range: 10 km capabilities with each system. A hand controller displays live • Endurance: 90 minutes at 300 feet above ground level (AGL) ACQUISITION video and aircraft status. or higher LIFE CYCLE PHASE Puma: Wingspan: 9.2 feet • Mission planning is performed on the hand controller or Materiel Solution Analysis ruggedized laptop running Portable Flight Planning Software/ • Weight: 12.9 pounds Technology Maturation & Falcon View Flight Planning Software. Aircraft flight modes Range: 10 km • Risk Reduction Endurance: 120 minutes at 500 feet AGL or higher • include fully autonomous navigation, altitude hold, loiter Engineering & Manufacturing and return home. In-flight retasking and auto-loiter at sensor Development PROGRAM STATUS payload point of interest are also available. Raven incorporates FY16-FY18: • In Sustainment secure Global Positioning System navigation. The digital data Production & Deployment link incorporates encryption, improves spectrum management Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES allowing more air vehicles to be flown in an operational area, Frequency Spectrum Reallocation • and provides range extension via data relay between two SUAS FY19-FY23: aircraft. SUAS is operated by two Soldiers and has a rucksack-portable design. No specific military occupational specialty is required. Operator training requires 10 days. UNITED STATES ARMY 336

339 Raven — RQ-11B FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Denmark, Estonia, Lebanon and Uganda CONTRACTORS Aerovironment, Inc. (Simi Valley, CA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 337

340 Render Safe Sets, Kits & Outfits (RS SKO) ACAT III PEO Ammunition | Picatinny Arsenal, NJ MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Render Safe Sets, Kits & Outfits (RS SKO) consist of Detection of buried low and high-metallic targets, carbon • rod based improvised explosive devices, non-metallic both Commercial Off-The-Shelf and government off-the-shelf Long-Range Precision Fires solutions. RS SKO is intended to mitigate gaps associated conducted devices, and short and long wires Next Generation with Counter Explosive Hazard (CEH) and Weapons of Mass • Detect and localize radiation sources generated by Combat Vehicles Destruction (WMD) mission sets with enduring, sustainable manmade devices such as nuclear weapons, improvised and lightweight capabilities providing and supporting Explosive nuclear devices or radiological dispersal devices using Future Vertical Lift Ordnance Disposal (EOD) reconnaissance, threat detection, gamma and neutron radiation technology Army Network identification, diagnostics and render safe/neutralization, and • Diagnostics and identification of trace amounts of Air and Missile Defense explosives, chemicals and drugs using field confirmatory incident evaluation and control. Mass Spectroscopy Soldier Lethality Enhanced mission support capabilities provide extended/ • Diagnose internal components of EH with digital X-ray enhanced endurance and force protection for EOD personnel processer/imager Incident evaluation and control using low-light visual • in dismounted operations in both complex and austere environments. RS SKO consists of non-developmental items augmentation system, Unmanned Aerial System for ACQUISITION to reduce fielding time and reduce research and development Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance and LIFE CYCLE PHASE payload delivery (3 pounds threshold), and electronic costs, allowing Technical Refresh, or rapid materiel updating through Technology Insertion. countermeasures Materiel Solution Analysis Final disposition and render safe is a multipurpose • Technology Maturation & BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER explosives/tools initiation device Risk Reduction Power management controller/device uses automated RS SKO will provide enduring, sustainable, lightweight, CEH and • Engineering & Manufacturing WMD reconnaissance, detection, identification, diagnostics, power generation, distribution and scavenging Development render safe/neutralization, incident evaluation and control, and PROGRAM STATUS enhanced mission support capabilities to increase an EOD Production & Deployment Army Requirements Oversight Council 3QFY18: team’s endurance, force protection and mission success while • Operations & Support Review Board primarily supporting dismounted operations in complex and austere environments. PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 2QFY19: Milestone Development Decision • 1QFY21: Milestone C • 2QFY21: Contract Award 4QFY22: Initial Operational Capability • UNITED STATES ARMY 338

341 RS SKO FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 339

342 Robotic Mine Flail — M160 PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PROGRAM STATUS PRIORITY • The M160 Robotic Mine Flail clears areas infested with land 2QF Y17: Begin Fielding mines and counters the effects of mines that could impede the Long-Range Precision Fires PROJECTED ACTIVITIES mobility of friendly forces, destroy systems or cause personnel Next Generation casualties. It protects against mine explosive fragments and • 4QFY20: Complete Fielding and full organic support Combat Vehicles clears mines with the flailing motion of high-speed, rotating chained hammers. The machine digs and pounds the soil, which Future Vertical Lift results in the detonation or shattering of anti-personnel mines Army Network while protecting the system’s engine and vital components with Air and Missile Defense steel armor plates. Soldier Lethality M160 is an improved version of the Commercial Off-The-Shelf DOK-ING MV-4 Mechanical Anti-Personnel Mine Clearing System. Real-time control of the mine clearing enables Soldiers to control the system from either a mounted or a standoff ACQUISITION dismounted position using an Operator Control Unit (OCU). LIFE CYCLE PHASE The M160 communication system transfers operating status and video feedback to the Soldier, allowing the Soldier to safely Materiel Solution Analysis remain outside the range of exploding mines during the clearing Technology Maturation & process. Risk Reduction BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Engineering & Manufacturing Development The M160 provides standoff protection to Soldiers while they clear areas of mines. Production & Deployment Operations & Support SPECIFICATIONS Major components: Engine • Hydraulic system • Flail head assembly • Drive train • OCU • UNITED STATES ARMY 340

343 M160 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS DOK-ING (Croatia) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 341

344 Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (RAM) Warn PEO Missiles and Space | Redstone Arsenal, AL ACAT III MODERNIZATION • Adds enhanced C2 warning devices, controllers and DESCRIPTION PRIORITY dedicated communications between the existing radars, the Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (RAM) Warn is a horizontal technology ADAM cell and warning systems insertion using current Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar Long-Range Precision Fires (C-RAM) warning capability to provide early, localized Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS warning of incoming Indirect Fire (IDF) attacks to all Army Combat Vehicles maneuver Brigade Combat Teams (BCTs). Integration of RAM FY16: • Fielded/trained seven Active Component (AC) and Warn equipment provides a warn capability to BCTs from one National Guard (NG) BCTs Future Vertical Lift Fielded/trained six AC and 11 NG BCTs F Y17: • detected threat RAM rounds and transmits detection data to Army Network • FY18: the Command and Control (C2) element for correlation and Fielded/trained one AC and 15 NG BCTs Air and Missile Defense HSNR environmental and environmental and 2QFY18: • determination of a predicted Point of Impact (POI). Based on the electromagnetic effects testing at Redstone Test Center, POI, the C2 determines which warning nodes should broadcast Soldier Lethality “incoming” warning alarms and transmits this information to the Alabama appropriate warning nodes. • 3QFY18: º HSNR Spectrum Certification/DD Form 1494 approval - J/F 12/11242 The Huntsman Secure Network Radio (HSNR) LX4-Secret and ACQUISITION HSNR Engineering Change Proposal approval by National º Below modification effort will address end-of-life/obsolescence LIFE CYCLE PHASE Security Agency of the current Rajant Breadcrumb® LX4-4442 radio with in-line KG-175D encryption device. This modification provides the • 3QFY18-4QFY18: HSNR logistics demonstration and Materiel Solution Analysis warfighter with significant operational benefits, including the technical manual verification Technology Maturation & RAM Warn equipment delivered to support • HSNR-embedded encryption feature, which eliminates the 4QFY18: Risk Reduction European Deterrence Initiative KG-175D; and automated radio programming, which simplifies Engineering & Manufacturing training and reduces set-up time from hours to minutes. Development PROJECTED ACTIVITIES BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • 1QFY19: Production & Deployment Timely warning enables BCT personnel in the hazard area of an Field/train one AC BCT; completes Fielding to all Army º Operations & Support BCTs inbound IDF threat to seek cover prior to impact, thus reducing casualties for the warfighter. HSNR delta record test at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona º • HSNR modification work order installed for all FY19-FY21: SPECIFICATIONS Army BCTs Interfaces with the Air Defense Airspace Management • (ADAM) Cell resident in the BCT headquarters Networks existing radars in the target acquisition platoon of • the fires battalion UNITED STATES ARMY 342

345 RAM Warn FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Northrop Grumman (Huntsville, AL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 343

346 Route Clearance Interrogation System (RCIS) Type 1 ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION MPCV platform will be upgraded with wireless • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Route Clearance Interrogation System (RCIS) Type 1 enables communications equipment, OCU controls, video display, the detection, interrogation and neutralization of Explosive head-aimed control viewer and other necessary equipment Long-Range Precision Fires Hazards (EH) while on the move and takes the Soldier out of to control the HMEE from a standoff position Next Generation the EH Kill Zone during Route Clearance Operations. RCIS will Combat Vehicles PROGRAM STATUS tele-operate the High-Mobility Engineer Excavator (HMEE) from 4QFY18: Pre-Milestone B – Engineering and Manufacturing a Buffalo control vehicle. • Future Vertical Lift Development Contract Award scheduled Army Network The RCIS Type I will allow for the semi-autonomous control Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES of a Mobile Base Unit equipped HMEE and its capabilities from an Operator Control Unit (OCU) inside a Mine Protected • Limited User Test 3QFY21: Soldier Lethality Clearance Vehicle (MPCV). This capability will enable Soldiers • 4QFY21: Milestone C to interrogate, classify and excavate deep-buried explosive hazards, improvised explosive devices and caches in a wide range of road surfaces and soil conditions. This capability is ACQUISITION designed to remove Soldiers, other route clearance vehicles LIFE CYCLE PHASE and equipment from the blast effects of EH. Materiel Solution Analysis BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Technology Maturation & RCIS Type I removes Soldiers from the blast effects of EH. Risk Reduction SPECIFICATIONS Engineering & Manufacturing Development • Modified HMEE base platform will: º Provide by-wire control of the vehicle’s automotive and Production & Deployment interrogation functions Operations & Support º Add boom arm attachments (air spade, rake and spork, and clamshell bucket) to expand RCIS Type 1 interrogation capabilities º Integrate a semi-autonomous control system consisting of wireless communications equipment, cameras and processing capability that will allow vehicle control from an MPCV in a standoff position UNITED STATES ARMY 344

347 RCIS Type 1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS JCB (Pooler, GA) HMEE modifications: Tele-operation: TBD 2018 345 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

348 Scraper — 621G PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The 621G Scraper is a self-propelled, open-bowl, two-axle, single-diesel-engine-driven vehicle with pneumatic tires. It Long-Range Precision Fires is capable of being push loaded with a T-9 Medium Dozer, Next Generation reducing bowl loading times to less than one minute, and Combat Vehicles accepting the armor Crew Protection Kit. The 621G Scraper is used for cutting, scraping, self-loading, hauling, dumping and Future Vertical Lift spreading of earth during earth-moving operations. Army Network Air and Missile Defense BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The 621G Scraper provides cutting, dumping and spreading of Soldier Lethality soil in worldwide earth-moving and construction projects by U.S. Army Forces in engineer troop support. SPECIFICATIONS ACQUISITION Payload capacity: • 52,800 pounds and 22 loose cubic yards LIFE CYCLE PHASE 119 i n c h e s • Cutting width: • Speed: 32 mph fully loaded Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & PROGRAM STATUS Risk Reduction • FY16-FY18: Fielded and Trained 154 scrapers and Engineering & Manufacturing operators Development PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Production & Deployment Continued Fielding and Training FY19-FY20: • Operations & Support of 621G Scrapers Contract complete 4QFY20: • UNITED STATES ARMY 346

349 Scraper — 621G FOREIGN MILITARY SALES Afghanistan and Iraq CONTRACTORS Caterpillar, Inc. (Peoria, IL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 347

350 Screening Obscuration Module (SOM) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Screening Obscuration Module (SOM) will provide a man- portable mountable and dismountable medium-area visual Long-Range Precision Fires screening obscuration capability for the warfighter. The SOM Next Generation will increase platform survivability and Soldier protection Combat Vehicles levels of maneuver forces by degrading enemy forces ability to detect U.S. targets in the visual and near infrared region of the Future Vertical Lift electromagnetic spectrum. The SOM will utilize miniaturized Army Network obscuration generator technology to produce an effective Air and Missile Defense visual obscuration cloud to screen against enemy forces. The individual Soldier or team will employ SOM devices on open Soldier Lethality and complex terrain. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER SOM provides a modernized medium-area medium-duration ACQUISITION mountable and dismountable visual to near infrared screening LIFE CYCLE PHASE capability for maneuver forces. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & Produces an effective screening cloud size of 204 x 12 • Risk Reduction meters for up to 12 minutes without refueling Engineering & Manufacturing Development PROGRAM STATUS Preliminary Design Review • 3QFY17: Production & Deployment 4QFY18: • Critical Design Review Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Development, Production and Deployment FY19-FY23: • Milestone C - Production and Deployment FY20: • UNITED STATES ARMY 348

351 SOM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS L3 Technologies (Melbourne, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 349

352 Small Arms — Crew Served Weapons (CSW) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT III/IV MODERNIZATION accuracy. The M240L is a lightweight variant of the M240B DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Machine Gun and reduces the Soldier’s combat load while The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon is designed as the fire allowing easier handling and movement. The M2A1 speeds team automatic weapon providing suppressive fire at extended Long-Range Precision Fires target engagement and improves survivability and safety by ranges, allowing fire and movement to make contact with and Next Generation destroy the enemy. reducing the time required to change the barrel and eliminating Combat Vehicles the timely procedure of setting headspace and timing. The The M240B and 240L 7.62 mm Medium Machine Guns are MK19 supports the warfighter in both the offense and defense Future Vertical Lift designed to provide the platoon with accurate, continuous fires by providing the unit the capability of laying down a heavy Army Network to suppress the enemy and allow maneuver to close with and volume of close, accurate and continuous 40 mm grenade fire. Air and Missile Defense destroy the enemy. PROGRAM STATUS Soldier Lethality The M2A1 with Quick Change Barrel is an enhancement to • FY16-FY18: º the M2 .50 Caliber Machine Gun offering Soldiers increased In Sustainment, Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) M249: met performance as well as new features and design improvements M240B: In Sustainment, AAO met that make it easier and safer to use. The M2A1 provides a º ACQUISITION fixed headspace and timing configuration, flash hider and º M240L: Through FY18, issued 9,154 240L LIFE CYCLE PHASE MK19: º removable carrying handle, which increase the performance In Sustainment, AAO met − of the battle-proven M2. It mounts on the M205 tripod and on Materiel Solution Analysis − Supporting FMS requirements most vehicles while also serving as an anti-personnel and anti- Technology Maturation & aircraft weapon. It is capable of single-shot and automatic fire, • M2/M2A1: Risk Reduction 2QF Y17: can defeat lightly armored vehicles and provides indirect fires º Competitively awarded two contracts for M2/ Engineering & Manufacturing from defilade position. M2A1 procurement for all services and Foreign Military Development Sales (FMS) The MK19 Grenade Machine Gun supports the Soldier by º 3QFY18: Issued 32,265 M2A1s Production & Deployment delivering heavy, accurate and continuous firepower against Operations & Support PROJECTED ACTIVITIES enemy personnel and lightly armored vehicles. The MK19 can be mounted on a tripod or on multiple vehicle platforms and • FY19-FY23: is the primary suppression weapon for combat support and Modification (MOD) kit under development to M249: º combat service support units. enhance performance, reliability and durability º M240B/M240L: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER − Continue Fielding to National Guard and Reserve units The M249 allows the warfighter improved weapon control, Conducting engineering study to improve barrel design − egress and maneuver in close-quarter combat due to a to increase performance collapsible buttstock and a new, short barrel. An improved bipod provides Soldiers with increased reliability and weapon UNITED STATES ARMY 350

353 º M2/M2A1: Small Arms – CSW − Introducing a MOD kit which improves reliability, rate of fire, range and accuracy Will introduce improved optics and fire control system − FOREIGN MILITARY SALES M249: Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan M240B: Afghanistan, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Columbia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Morocco, Philippines, Tunisia and Yemen M240L: Contracts through FN Herstal and Belgium SPECIFICATIONS M2/M2A1: Afghanistan, Egypt, Georgia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, Tunisia M2/M2A1 M240 MK19 M249 and Uganda MK19: Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Mexico, Pakistan, Length 6 7.75 i n c h e s 44.5 inches 30.75 inches 4 3 .1 i n c h e s Saudi Arabia and Tunisia -36.25 inches CONTRACTORS 27.3 pounds (B), FN America, LLC (Columbia, SC) M249: Fabrique National Manufacturing, LLC M240B: 17.95 pounds 77.6 pounds 86 pounds (barrel 21.8 pounds Weight (Columbia, SC) Colt Defense, LLC (West Hartford, CT) 26 pounds) (L), 5.5 pounds Fabrique National Manufacturing, LLC M240L: (barrel) (Columbia, SC) General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical M2/M2A1: 12.7 mm (North Systems (Williston, VT; Saco, ME); US Ordnance 40 mm, maximum 7.62, maximum Atlantic Treaty (McCarran, NV) effective range 5.56, maximum effective range Organization), MK19: General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical 2,212 meters 800 meters effective range Caliber maximum Systems (Saco, ME); Alliant Techsystems (Mesa, AZ); effective range (area), 1,500 800 meters (area), (bipod), 1,800 Fabrique National Manufacturing, LLC (Columbia, SC) 600 meters (point) meters (tripod) 1,829 meters; meters (point) maximum range 6,764 meters Range 700-850 550-650 450-600 325-375 351 2018 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

354 Soldier Protection System (SPS) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT III MODERNIZATION aspects of personal protective equipment. SPS replaces the DESCRIPTION PRIORITY capability of multiple current systems to provide the Soldier The Soldier Protection System (SPS) is the Army’s next- generation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) system. SPS with an overall 10 percent weight reduction. SPS provides the Long-Range Precision Fires Soldier with multiple levels of ballistic protection tailorable to is a modular, scalable, tailorable system designed to defeat Next Generation current threats at a reduced weight in comparison to the Army’s a broad range of missions. This modular, scalable approach Combat Vehicles increases Soldier survivability and mobility and contributes to existing PPE. The SPS is based on the parallel development of increased force protection. five subsystems. Future Vertical Lift Army Network SPECIFICATIONS The Vital Torso Protection (VTP) variants include lighter weight Air and Missile Defense • Enhanced Small Arm Protective Inserts/Enhanced Side Ballistic VTP achieves 7-14 percent weight reduction over the current plates Inserts (ESAPI/ESBI), as well as the X Threat Small Arms Soldier Lethality º Protective Inserts (XSAPI) and X Threat Side Ballistic Inserts ESAPI and XSAPI sizes: XS, S, S-Long, M, L and XL. Two (XSBI) for deployers. additional sizes are in development XS-Short and S-Short to accommodate smaller-statured Soldiers. º ESBI and XSBI sizes: Small 6x6 inches, Medium 6x8 The Torso and Extremity Protection (TEP) is further comprised ACQUISITION inches and Large 7x8 inches of multiple components, including the Modular Scalable LIFE CYCLE PHASE º Weight (Medium size): ESAPI = 5 pounds (7 percent Vest (MSV), the Ballistic Combat Shirt (BCS), the Blast Pelvic reduction); ESBI = 1.99 pounds (9 percent reduction); Protector (BPP) and Ballistic Battle Belt (B3). Materiel Solution Analysis XSAPI = 5.5 pounds (7 percent reduction); XSBI = 2.20 Technology Maturation & The Integrated Head Protection System (IHPS) will include a pounds (14 percent reduction) Risk Reduction TEP achieves 18.98 percent weight reduction over current • 5 percent lighter weight helmet system composed of helmet/ Engineering & Manufacturing soft armor vest/plate carrier maxillofacial and passive hearing protection with increased Development blunt impact performance. Number of sizes: MSV= 8; BCS = 10; BPP = 6; B3 = 3 º Weight (Medium size): MSV GEN II = 7.6 pounds; BCS = º Production & Deployment The Transition Combat Eye Protection (TCEP) will include 2.95 pounds; BPP = 1.6 pounds; B3 = 1.7 pounds Operations & Support ballistic protective eyewear capable of transitioning from light IHPS provides Soldiers Threat M protection and, with a • to dark and dark to light in less than one second, providing ballistic applique, has the capability to adapt to Threat P rifle protection, the most prevalent threat in theater. Each of a 10 percent increase in fragmentation. This capability aids the IHPS components has a separate purchase description: Soldiers in a combat environment to move rapidly in varying Modular Helmet, Ballistic Appliqué Visor, Mandible, Helmet light conditions. Cover and Retention System BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROGRAM STATUS SPS increases the warfighter’s lethality, mobility and modularity 1QF Y17: by optimizing Soldier protection while effectively reducing • º IHPS Milestone C, entering Production weight with the latest technologies and managing all life cycle UNITED STATES ARMY 352

355 4QFY19: TCEP Milestone C, entering Production º • SPS Integrated Soldier Sensor System • 2QF Y17: º TEP MSV Follow-on Production Award TEP Improved Outer Tactical Vest º Milestone C, entering Production and Fielding IHPS Low Rate Initial Production • repurposing 4QF Y17: FOREIGN MILITARY SALES TEP B3 Follow-on Production (LRIP) Award 2QFY20: • None Award IHPS LRIP first lot delivery 2QFY18: • 3QFY18: • 4QFY20: TEP B3 Award • CONTRACTORS Engineering & Manufacturing Development TEP BPP Follow-on Production Award 4QFY18: • º Contractors: º Next Generation (NG) IHPS º TEP MSV Justification and Approval (J&A) Ceradyne, Inc. (Costa Mesa, CA), Gentex IHPS: 2QFY19: NG IHPS Full Rate Production (FRP) TEP BPP J&A º • Corp. (Carbondale, PA), Revision Military Ltd. (Essex decision º TEP Load Distribution System/B3 J&A Junction, VT) 3QFY19: NG IHPS FRP solicitation • AlphaMicron (Kent, OH) TCEP: PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • 1QFY20: Low Rate Initial Production Contractors: º 1QFY19: • NG IHPS FRP Contract Award VTP: BAE Systems (Phoenix, AZ), Ceradyne (Irvine, Award E and X Torso and Side Ballistic º º NG IHPS FRP Production Readiness CA) Insert First Article Test contracts Review Full Rate Production Contractors: TEP: • º TCEP Long Term Durability Study NG IHPS FRP First Article Test 3QFY20: • MSV: Bethel Industries (Jersey City, NJ), Hawk complete TCEP LRIP Delivery º Protection (Pembroke Pines, FL), KDH Defense 2QFY21: º TCEP Authorized Protective Eyewear List NG IHPS FRP lot deliveries start • Systems (Eden, NC) Addition Carter Enterprises, LLC (Brooklyn, NY), Point • BCS: • 2QFY19: Blank Protective Apparel and Uniforms (Pompano TEP Acquisition Plan Approval º Beach, FL), Eagle Industries (Virginia Beach, VA) TEP BCS Follow-on Production Award º BPP: • Bethel Industries (Jersey City, NJ), Hawk Protection (Pembroke Pines, FL), KDH Defense Systems (Eden, NC) Carter Enterprises, LLC (Brooklyn, NY) B3: • 2018 353 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

356 Test Equipment Modernization (TEMOD) ACAT III PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support | Detroit Arsenal, MI MODERNIZATION º Oscilloscope (OS-307/U): Handheld portable DESCRIPTION PRIORITY oscilloscope with a frequency range of DC to 200 MHz The Test Equipment Modernization (TEMOD) program replaces obsolete General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment with new Telecommunication System Test Set (TS-4544/U): º Long-Range Precision Fires Measures and displays information related to digital state-of-the-art equipment. This new equipment reduces the Next Generation proliferation of test equipment, modernizes the Army’s current transmissions Combat Vehicles existing inventory and strongly supports other weapon systems. Power Radio Frequency Power Test Set (TS-4548/P): º meter for troubleshooting and repair of electronics that Acquisitions are commercial items that have significant impact Future Vertical Lift on readiness, power projection, safety and training operations emit radio frequency radiation Army Network º Upcoming TEMOD equipment Future TEMOD Projects: of the Army, Army Reserve and National Guard. The TEMOD Air and Missile Defense includes an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, the program has procured 38 products that replace more than 334 TS-4558/U, which will include an optical power meter for models. Soldier Lethality testing of fiber-optic cables; a Spectrum Analyzer, the BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER CM-523/U, measures frequency up to 26.5 GHz; and a TEMOD improves the readiness of Army weapon systems; Radio Test Set, the TS-4549/T, will test and troubleshoot Army Radios minimizes test, measurement and diagnostic equipment ACQUISITION proliferation and obsolescence; and reduces operations and LIFE CYCLE PHASE PROGRAM STATUS support costs. Contract award for the Radio Frequency Power 4QFY18: • Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Test Set, the TS-4548/P, Oscilloscopes, the OS-305 (bench), Technology Maturation & Equipment includes: the OS-307 (handheld) and Telecommunications Test Set • Risk Reduction High sampling º Oscilloscope, Bench Top (OS-305/U): the TS-4544/P Engineering & Manufacturing rate bench top digital oscilloscope with a frequency range Development PROJECTED ACTIVITIES of DC to 1 GHz Logistics Demonstration for the Radio Frequency 2QFY19: º Radar Test Set Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) • Production & Deployment Power Test Set, the TS-4548/P, Oscilloscopes, the OS-305 Upgrade Kit and Radar Test Set with Mode S Operations & Support Enhanced and Mode 5 Cryptography (TS-4530A/ (bench), the OS-307 (handheld) and Telecommunications UPM): Personnel use this equipment to perform pre- Test Set, the TS-4544/P Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, the TS- • flight checks on aviation and missile transponders and 4QFY19: interrogators to alleviate potential fratricide concerns 4558/U, Invitation for Bid Issued; Radio Test Set, TS-4549/T Multimeter (AN/GSM-437): Enables quick, reliable (bench), Contract Award º 2QFY20: troubleshooting that positively affects operational • Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, the TS- 4558/U, Contract Award availability Radio Test Set (AN/PRM-36): º Diagnoses the condition of various radios in the field UNITED STATES ARMY 354

357 TEMOD FOREIGN MILITARY SALES IFF Radar Test Set Mode S (Enhanced) Mode 5: Australia, Croatia, Greece, Jordan, Korea, Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Taiwan and United Kingdom CONTRACTORS High Frequency Signal Generator: Keysight Technologies, Inc. (Englewood, CO) IFF Radar Test Set Mode S (Enhanced) Mode 5: Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. (East Rutherford, NJ) Fluke Corp. (Everett, WA) Multimeter: Radio Test Set: Leonardo DRS (St. Louis, MO) Telecommunication System Test Set: TBD Oscilloscope (bench-top): TBD Oscilloscope (portable): TBD TBD Radio Frequency Power Test Set: TBD Optical Time Domain Reflectometer: 2018 355 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

358 Transportable Tactical Command Communications (T2C2) ACAT III PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION º Will support military Ka and X bands and commercial Ku- DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Transportable Tactical Command Communications (T2C2) band capability for integration into the Tactical Network provides expeditionary robust voice and data communications Transport Long-Range Precision Fires in the early phases of joint operations and in later operational Next Generation phases at the tactical edge. The air-droppable T2C2 Lite and • T2C2 Heavy (V2): Combat Vehicles Will leverage capabilities based on Secure Internet T2C2 Heavy high-bandwidth satellite terminals enables early º Protocol Router Network/Non-Secure Internet Protocol entry forces access, via satellite, to the Army’s tactical network Future Vertical Lift Router Access Point terminal solution to obtain the situational awareness and mission command Army Network º Will support company-sized elements and small forward capabilities needed to conduct entry operations and set the Air and Missile Defense operating bases stage for follow-on force. In more mature operations T2C2 V2 will support military Ka and X bands and commercial º Heavy provides high-bandwidth tactical network extension to Soldier Lethality company level and small forward operating bases and T2C2 Ku-band for integration into the Tactical Network Lite supports special teams in austere locations with high- Transport bandwidth requirements. PROGRAM STATUS ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER • 1QFY16: Milestone C Decision LIFE CYCLE PHASE 2QFY18: • T2C2 provides satellite capability to small detachments º and teams operating in remote locations without network Full Rate Production Decision Materiel Solution Analysis Began Fielding Low Rate Initial Production quantities º infrastructure, enabling them to securely relay critical and time Technology Maturation & sensitive information, increasing the situational awareness for Risk Reduction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES the entire operation. By taking advantage of military satellite Engineering & Manufacturing • FY18-FY23: capability, the system greatly increases throughput over currently Development fielded capability. Because the T2C2 solution is inflatable, it º Fielding to Basis of Issue can provide a larger dish size, with increased capability and Begin Fielding Tri-Band terminals in FY19 º Production & Deployment bandwidth efficiency, in a smaller transport package. These Operations & Support highly expeditionary inflatable satellite antennas provide the commander with increased operational flexibility and speed in maneuver. SPECIFICATIONS T2C2 Lite (V1): • º Man-portable (carried by one Soldier) º Sets up rapidly; can be on the air in less than 10 minutes UNITED STATES ARMY 356

359 T2C2 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 357

360 Unified Command Suite (UCS) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ACAT III MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY FY16-FY18: The Unified Command Suite (UCS) vehicle is a self-contained, Modernization of communication-on-the-move system, stand-alone, C-130-air-mobile communications platform that • Long-Range Precision Fires radio cross-banding system and secondary reachback provides both voice and data communications capabilities to Next Generation Civil Support Team (CST) commanders. system Combat Vehicles • Platform integration and modernization • Undergoing a modernization effort (Block 2 upgrades) The UCS consists of a combination of commercial and existing Future Vertical Lift government off-the-shelf communications equipment (both Army Network PROJECTED ACTIVITIES secure and non-secure data) to provide the full range of Air and Missile Defense Continue capability upgrades to prevent communications necessary to support the CST mission. It is the • FY19-FY23: Commercial Off-The-Shelf obsolescence and improve primary means of reachback communications for the Analytical Soldier Lethality performance Laboratory System and acts as a command-and-control hub to deliver a common operational picture for planning and fulfilling an incident response. ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER LIFE CYCLE PHASE UCS gives the warfighter communications interoperability with federal, state, local and military emergency response elements Materiel Solution Analysis at an incident scene. It also provides reachback capability, Technology Maturation & which allows incident commanders the ability to assess an Risk Reduction incident scene, advise responders and facilitate access to Engineering & Manufacturing Department of Defense information. Development SPECIFICATIONS Production & Deployment • Digital voice and data over satellite network Operations & Support Secure Internet Protocol Router Network and Non-Secure • Internet Protocol Router Network Radio remote and intercom with cross-banding • Over-the-horizon communication interoperable interface • with state emergency management and other military units UNITED STATES ARMY 358

361 UCS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS UCS Vehicle: Nomad GCS (Columbia Falls, MT) Naval Air UCS Communications System Integrator: Warfare Center Aircraft Division (Patuxent River, MD) 2018 359 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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364 Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) Immersive System ACAT IV PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION PRIORITY 2QFY19: • Complete Technical Refresh of the Immersive The Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) Immersive System is designed System to provide realistic training in support of all indirect fire and close Long-Range Precision Fires • 4QFY19: Transition to Sustainment air support mission tasks at the Fires Center of Excellence, Fort Next Generation Sill, Oklahoma. Combat Vehicles The CFFT Immersive System augments the existing training Future Vertical Lift capability of the base CFFT III system by training Soldiers Army Network in advanced mission scenarios and delivery of fires using Air and Missile Defense an immersive, interactive, virtual training environment. The CFFT Immersive System is a collection of eight modules that Soldier Lethality realistically replicate three different environments. BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER The CFFT Immersive System supports ground combat ACQUISITION readiness by providing a highly realistic training environment LIFE CYCLE PHASE for advanced training in calls for fire and close air support for Fire Support Specialists, Joint Fires Observers and other Materiel Solution Analysis Soldiers. While each module can be used individually, the use Technology Maturation & of the total system in a collaborative training scenario provides Risk Reduction a methodology for training units in advanced procedures and Engineering & Manufacturing scenarios. Development SPECIFICATIONS Production & Deployment Four Adaptive Full Spectrum Modules for outdoor and rural • Operations & Support scenarios Two Close Air Support Modules for close air support • techniques Two Urban Terrain Modules for generic and urban terrain • scenarios PROGRAM STATUS 4QFY15-4QFY18: Technical refresh of the Immersive • System UNITED STATES ARMY 362

365 CFFT Immersive System FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Nova Technologies (Panama City, FL; Orlando, FL) TJ, Inc. (Christmas, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 363

366 Call For Fire Trainer, Increment III (CFFT III) ACAT IV PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION • Modular-system architecture allows for integration with DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) III family of systems provides other simulation systems institutional and rapidly deployable observed fire training for Long-Range Precision Fires PROGRAM STATUS Fire Support Specialists, Joint Fires Observers (JFO) and other Next Generation Soldiers. The system provides training to conduct Indirect Fires, • 1QFY16: Bold Quest 15.2 – Test interoperability with Joint Combat Vehicles Precision Targeting, Close Air Support, Close Combat Attack Fires Simulators Technical refresh of the Classroom and 4QFY15-FY18: • (deliberate and hasty attack), and Naval Surface Fire Support. Future Vertical Lift Transportable Systems CFFT III provides the capability for Army, joint, multinational Army Network and Special Operations Forces to conduct advanced, complex Air and Missile Defense PROJECTED ACTIVITIES and realistic fires training. Technical refresh of the Classroom and 1QFY19: • Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Transportable Systems • 4QFY19: Transition to Sustainment CFFT III provides Forward Observers, JFOs and all Soldiers with training in the methodology for calling for indirect fires and close air support as force equalizers. CFFT III is a critical training ACQUISITION enabler to support Soldiers in applying precision targeting to LIFE CYCLE PHASE prevent fratricide and minimize collateral damage. Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Technology Maturation & • Two Basic Configurations: Risk Reduction º Classroom: One instructor to 30 students Engineering & Manufacturing º Transportable: One instructor to four students, and one Development instructor to 12 students CFFT III with Joint Close Air Support Modification Kit will • Production & Deployment substitute for two Live Type I, II and III Day/Laser Close Operations & Support Air Support calls for Joint Terminal Attack Controller sustainment • Operates in stand-alone mode as well as network capable Supports classified training up to the Secret level • Simulated Military Equipment includes: • Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System º Pocket-sized Forward Entry Device º • Provides virtual terrain databases including Fort Sill, Oklahoma, the National Training Center, Afghanistan and Korea UNITED STATES ARMY 364

367 CFFT III FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Nova Technologies (Panama City, FL; Orlando, FL) TJ, Inc. (Christmas, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 365

368 Combat Trauma and Acute Rehabilitation (CTAR) ACAT IV U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command | Fort Detrick, MD MODERNIZATION • Temporary Corneal Repair (TCR) DESCRIPTION PRIORITY A product to temporarily close open-eye injuries. If Combat Trauma and Acute Rehabilitation (CTAR) includes innovative Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved untreated within approximately 48 hours of injury, this type Long-Range Precision Fires of wound causes eyes to be completely non-recoverable. diagnostic and therapeutic products to address unique and Next Generation The TCR stabilizes the injured eye so it can be repaired. sometimes catastrophic injuries sustained by warfighters. Combat Vehicles Combat eye injuries remain a significant cause of These solutions help treat and sustain warfighter readiness and disability among warfighters, despite the use of combat lethality. The portfolio includes: Future Vertical Lift eye protection. Army Network • Burn Conversion Prevention Product Air and Missile Defense Burn Resuscitation Decision Support System – Mobile Point-of-injury product to limit the severity of severe, life- • threatening burns, which account for up to 20 percent (BRDSS-M) Soldier Lethality of combat casualties. The product speeds healing and The BRDSS-M is a device to assist the medical professional reduces hospitalization time, minimizes disfigurement and in providing the right amount of fluid to severely burned casualties. The system has successfully achieved a Full Rate disability and expedites return to duty. Production Decision. ACQUISITION • Extracorporeal Life Support LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER A portable device to support lung and kidney function after severe injuries. Approximately 30 percent of critically injured CTAR products save lives, limbs, and vision in combat- Materiel Solution Analysis Soldiers experience severe lung and kidney injuries. wounded Soldiers, speed recovery, improve quality of life, Technology Maturation & make return to duty possible and reduce the need for future Risk Reduction chronic treatment. • Extremity Injury Repair – Vascular Engineering & Manufacturing An engineered material that restores blood flow to injured Development SPECIFICATIONS limbs, facilitating reestablishment of limb function, and FDA licensure reduces the need for amputation. Current methods to • Production & Deployment Each medical product has individual technical and logistics • repair blood flow using veins or arteries from other parts of Operations & Support (maintenance and consumable resupply) specifications the body are often not possible for wounded Soldiers, as injuries typically extend to multiple body parts. PROGRAM STATUS Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation Therapy (IPRT) • FY16-FY18: • º CTAR products in varying stages of maturity; activities The IPRT helps pull blood into the heart, increasing range from laboratory studies to human studies and FDA circulation and improving blood pressure in patients clearance who need assistance breathing or whose organs are not Two programs achieved Milestone A; one achieved º receiving enough blood due to injury. This has potential to decrease shock, reduce secondary injury to organs and Milestone C improve survival. UNITED STATES ARMY 366

369 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES CTAR • FY19-FY23: CTAR products will remain in varying stages as activities range from laboratory studies to FDA approval FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Arcos Medical, Inc. (Missouri City, TX) ChromoLogic, LLC (Monrovia, CA) Humacyte, Inc. (Morrisville, NC) Human Biomed Inc. (South Burlington, VT) Luna Innovations Inc. (Roanoke, VA) Neomatrix Therapeutics (Stony Brook, NY) Triton Systems (Chelmsford, MA) ZOLL (Minneapolis, MN) 2018 367 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

370 Communications Security (COMSEC) PEO Command, Control, Communications – Tactical | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD OTHER MODERNIZATION commercially available products that when used together DESCRIPTION PRIORITY in a layered fashion are approved by the National Security Communications Security (COMSEC) develops, tests, Agency for protecting classified information procures, fields and sustains cryptographic solutions to secure Long-Range Precision Fires the Army’s network (tactical up through enterprise). New and Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS emerging architectures, and Department of Defense and Army Combat Vehicles Continued Procurement and Fielding of FY16-FY17: • policy are driving the need to replace the current inventory with COMSEC Encryption Modernization Hardware technologically advanced, network-centric, global-information- Future Vertical Lift compliant devices. The new devices will incorporate Chairman • 1QF Y17: Army Network Embedded COMSEC Modernization Production Request º of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Joint Requirements Oversight Air and Missile Defense for Proposal (RFP) Council-directed cryptographic standardization, Key Management Infrastructure and network-centric performance º KOV-21 Replacement Cryptographic Card Production and Soldier Lethality capabilities. Support Services RFP BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER PROJECTED ACTIVITIES • COMSEC enables the Army to equip the force with critical FY19: Next Generation Load Device Development ACQUISITION • FY20: cryptographic solutions and services during peacetime, LIFE CYCLE PHASE Embedded Crypto Modernization Initiative Production º wartime and contingency operations. Decision Materiel Solution Analysis SPECIFICATIONS Army Key Management Infrastructure Small Contract º Technology Maturation & • Award Inline Network Encryptor Family: Encryption systems Risk Reduction provide secure data and voice communications over Internet Engineering & Manufacturing Protocol (IP) networks Development • Link and Trunk Encryptor Family: Encryption systems provide secure data and voice communication over point-to- Production & Deployment point wideband data links Operations & Support • Secure Voice Family: Encryption systems provide secure voice and limited data communications over unsecured IP and public-switched telephone networks • Inline Media Encryptor Family: Encryption systems provide secure data encryption capabilities for data at rest • Embedded Cryptographic Modernization Initiative: Retrofit of existing systems with embedded cryptographic capability ensures that they will be able to accept and utilize modern keying material; commercial solutions for classified UNITED STATES ARMY 368

371 COMSEC FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Mission Systems (Needham, MA) Harris (Palm Bay, FL) L3 Communication Systems (Camden, NJ) SafeNet (Columbia, MD) Viasat (Carlsbad, CA) 2018 369 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

372 Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL ACAT IV MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Multilane (5, 10 or 15 Soldiers) The Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II is designed to simulate • • live weapon training events that directly support individual Instructor/Operator Station System with tablet, compressor, Long-Range Precision Fires and crew-served weapons qualification, including individual speakers, projector, weapons interface box, screen and Next Generation marksmanship, small unit collective and judgmental escalation- printer Combat Vehicles of-force exercises in a controlled environment. It provides • Small arms (pistol, rifle, carbine and grenade launcher) simulators detailed feedback to the individual fire team/squad that covers Future Vertical Lift Medium, crew-served weapons (M240B and M249 Semi- • the fundamentals of marksmanship, fire control and distribution Army Network of fires. Automatic Weapon (SAW)) simulators Air and Missile Defense Shoulder-fired munition (AT4 and M141 Bunker Defeat • The EST II simulator provides enhanced diagnostics with Munition) simulators Soldier Lethality • intelligent Automatic Coaching and Virtual Battle Space 3 based Heavy machine gun (M2 and MK-19) simulators Simulator in Development: PAS-13 Thermal Weapon Site, • collective training enabled by the system’s open architecture. M145MGO The EST II provides an impressive array of functionality for both instructor and trainee: solid weapon handling and shot ACQUISITION PROGRAM STATUS placement analytics, coaching tools that highlight trainee results LIFE CYCLE PHASE Prototype evaluation 3QFY16: • in real-time for reinforcement of correction, and enhanced • 4QFY16-4QFY18: Technical Refresh to EST II systems graphic capabilities for an immersive training platform. Materiel Solution Analysis 4QFY18: Initial Fielding of tetherless simulated M4A1 rifles • Technology Maturation & The EST II marksmanship qualification standards and collective Risk Reduction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES scenarios are validated by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Engineering & Manufacturing Command. 1QFY19: Continuing Technical Refresh to EST II systems • Development • Initial Fielding of tetherless simulated M249 SAW FY19: BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Production & Deployment EST II simulates weapons training events that lead to live-fire Operations & Support qualifications for individual or crew-served weapons. EST II provides weapons training in a controlled environment that reduces range/live-fire fees and provides the Soldier with more trigger time. Units utilize EST II to improve and excel at marksmanship skills, which improve performance during live- fire training and on the battlefield. UNITED STATES ARMY 370

373 EST II FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Meggitt Training Systems (Suwanee, GA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 371

374 Family of Weapon Sights — Individual (FWS-I) ACAT IV PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROJECTED ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Type Classification-Standard 1QFY19: • The Family of Weapon Sights — Individual (FWS-I) mounts • 2QFY19: to the M4 Carbine and M249 Squad Automatic Weapon and Long-Range Precision Fires º provides the Soldier with infrared (thermal) imagery in all Full Materiel Release Next Generation Full Rate Production weather conditions, under all lighting conditions and through º Combat Vehicles obscurants. • 3QFY19: First Unit Equipped Future Vertical Lift BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER Army Network FWS-I’s thermal sensor gives Soldiers the ability to see through Air and Missile Defense fog, dust and smoke, giving an advantage both day and night. Additionally, FWS-I wirelessly transmits the weapon sight Soldier Lethality crosshair and thermal imagery to the Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG) III and ENVG-Binocular, providing a Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA) capability. RTA enables Soldiers to detect, recognize and engage targets accurately from any carry ACQUISITION position and with significantly reduced exposure to enemy fire. LIFE CYCLE PHASE SPECIFICATIONS Materiel Solution Analysis • Man-sized target recognition at night: 70 percent probability Technology Maturation & at 960 meters (threshold) and 1,200 meters (objective) Risk Reduction Man-sized target recognition through smoke or other • Engineering & Manufacturing obscurants: 90 percent probability at 300 meters (threshold) Development and 480 meters (objective) • Total system weight: Less than or equal to 2 pounds Production & Deployment (threshold) and 1.5 pounds (objective) Operations & Support • Field-of-view: Greater than or equal to 18 degrees PROGRAM STATUS 4QF Y17: • Low Rate Initial Production Delivery Order 2 º º Justification and Approval approved • 3QFY18: º Completed Initial Operational Test and Evaluation Airborne Limited User Test º UNITED STATES ARMY 372

375 FWS-I FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Leonardo DRS (Melbourne, FL; Dallas, TX) BAE Systems (Nashua, NH; Austin, TX) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 373

376 Family of Weapon Sights — Sniper (FWS-S) ACAT IV PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION 2QF Y17: • DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Critical Design Review º The Family of Weapon Sights — Sniper (FWS-S) will mount in- º Testing of EMD prototypes begins line with a sniper’s day optic on the M110, M2010, M107, the Long-Range Precision Fires Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System and the Precision Next Generation PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Sniper Rifle. The FWS-S will provide the sniper with infrared Combat Vehicles White Paper Review 4QFY18: • (thermal) imagery in all weather conditions, through obscurants 1QFY19: • and under all lighting conditions. The FWS-S will also include Request and review Initiative Proposals Future Vertical Lift 2QFY19: a wired remote to adjust focus, a wired capability to the • Contract Award for FWS-Sniper EMD effort Army Network Small Tactical Optical Rifle Mounted (STORM) micro-Laser Air and Missile Defense Rangefinder and a wireless capability to the STORM SLX (smaller, light, more cost-effective). Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER FWS-S thermal sensor extends lethality for snipers to 1,800 meters, three times longer than the 600 meter capability ACQUISITION provided by an image intensified system. The FWS-S will be LIFE CYCLE PHASE the first clip-on thermal weapon sight specifically developed and fielded by the Army for the sniper community. Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Maturation & SPECIFICATIONS Risk Reduction Man-sized target recognition at night: 70 percent probability • Engineering & Manufacturing at 1,800 meters (threshold) and 2,200 meters (objective) Development Man-sized target recognition through smoke or other • obscurants: 90 percent probability at 600 meters (threshold) Production & Deployment and 800 meters (objective) Operations & Support • Total system weight: Less than or equal to 2 pounds (threshold) and 1.75 pounds (objective) Field-of-view: Greater than or equal to 4 degrees (threshold) • and 9 degrees (objective) PROGRAM STATUS Milestone B, entering Engineering and • 2QFY16: Manufacturing Development (EMD) • 3QFY16: EMD Contract Award UNITED STATES ARMY 374

377 FWS-S FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS TBD WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 375

378 Homestation Instrumentation Training System (HITS) ACAT IV PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation | Orlando, FL MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The Homestation Instrumentation Training System (HITS) is • Provides continuous support 24/7 during training designed to enhance training at home stations by instrumenting • Interoperates with up to 1,162 instrumented personnel Long-Range Precision Fires and vehicles outfitted with the Instrumentable - Multiple force-on-force live-training exercises for battalion-and- Next Generation Integrated Laser Engagement System below units. Combat Vehicles • Battle Manager application allows operators to conduct fire missions and employ minefields and improvised explosive HITS includes automated tools to establish medium fidelity Future Vertical Lift devices, allowing automatic adjudication of casualty and cause-and-effect analysis of battalion-and-below collective Army Network damage effects of these attacks training performance in unified land operations. It is an Air and Missile Defense integrated system of computer software and hardware; Operator monitoring and recording training unit voice • workstations; databases; voice, video and data recording; transmissions from up to four Single Channel Ground and Soldier Lethality production and presentation equipment; interface devices and Airborne Radio System channels communication networks. It provides the tools for the observer- • Captures video that can be edited and embedded to display controller/trainer and operators to collect, analyze and present in an AAR training performance feedback in the After Action Review ACQUISITION PROGRAM STATUS (AAR) and a unit take-home package. HITS is a transportable LIFE CYCLE PHASE • system that can be rapidly deployed to support field training Fielded 15 systems to various home stations FY12-FY17: exercises. It operates at Mission Assurance Category III HITS Exercise Control updates Version 3 and 4 • FY18-FY20: Materiel Solution Analysis compatibility Sensitive, and produces Controlled Unclassified Information. Technology Maturation & Begin incorporating HITS Aviation capability to FY18: HITS provides the live domain for Live, Virtual, Constructive- • Risk Reduction Integrated Training Environment established by the Live, support ground task force exercise across the full range of Engineering & Manufacturing Virtual, Constructive-Integrating Architecture Program. HITS military operations Development is part of the Live Training Transformation–Family of Training PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Systems and is based on the Common Training Instrumentation Production & Deployment Architecture. Korea Refresh/Very Small Aperture Terminals • 3QFY19: Operations & Support Fielding and HITS Aviation Integration BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER FY19-FY21: • Continue incorporating HITS Aviation capability to support ground task force exercise across the full range HITS tracks Soldiers and vehicles while collecting their real- time casualty assessment information during battalion level of military operations. • FY21-FY31: HITS relevancy upgrades – Technology force-on-force collective training exercises. This allows the Refreshment to maintain program relevancy and to support HITS Exercise Control to monitor and record the participant’s position and the results of who shot whom, when, where and home station training with what outcome. UNITED STATES ARMY 376

379 HITS FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Cubic Global Defense (San Diego, CA) General Dynamics Mission Systems (Orlando, FL) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 377

380 Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP) OTHER PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY Designs are applicable to the specific site per the site’s The Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization • requirements. Program (I3MP) provides core infrastructure to include system Long-Range Precision Fires and technical facilities, protected distribution systems and site Next Generation PROGRAM STATUS preparation for other support equipment. Critical capabilities Combat Vehicles provided by I3MP include: I3MP has more than 75 current contracting • Current: actions affecting most of the Army’s bases, posts, camps Future Vertical Lift • Modernized outside plant and fiber-optic infrastructure and stations, each of which has some form of ICAN for Army Network to support strategic network communications, enabling communications Air and Missile Defense FY18: • implementation of upgrades to the Army network and Base Other Procurement, Army funding line for I3MP facilitating information dominance to the Army warfighter was in the $142 million range Soldier Lethality Foundational Installation Capability Sets that include data • PROJECTED ACTIVITIES network, outside plant and voice network modernization • that support implementation of other Product Manager FY19-FY23: º I3MP capabilities Complete/initiate installation infrastructure modernization, ACQUISITION switch modernization, enhanced voice capability and Upgraded Network Enterprise Center managed ethernet • LIFE CYCLE PHASE circuit optimization projects at selected Continental switches on all Army bases, posts, camps and stations • Modernized and optimized Army circuits and voice systems, United States and Outside of the Continental United Materiel Solution Analysis and decommission legacy voice systems States Army bases, posts, camps and stations Technology Maturation & • Life cycle replacement of existing multimedia, transport º Support relocation of United States Forces Korea and 8th Risk Reduction and network management systems, upgrades existing Army to Camp Humphries Upgrade and modernize ICAN Engineering & Manufacturing operational transport systems, and supports expansion of throughout Southwest Asia, Europe and Pacific Development existing transport systems, fiber optic cable and network management systems Production & Deployment Operations & Support BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER I3MP enables the warfighter through information technology, infrastructure modernization and life cycle management of the Army’s worldwide Installation Campus Area (voice, video and data) Networks (ICAN). The program standardizes Army installation network architectures, increases network bandwidth/throughput, flattens the network and increases network security. UNITED STATES ARMY 378

381 I3MP FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS AT&T (Dallas, TX) Vision Ability Execution, Inc. (Reston, VA) General Dynamics (Falls Church, VA) Siemens (Washington, DC) 2018 379 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

382 Multi-purpose Anti-armor Anti-personnel Weapon System (MAAWS) — M3E1 ACAT IV PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M3E1 Multi-purpose Anti-armor Anti-personnel Weapon M3 Type-Classification Standard (TC-STD) 2QF Y17: • System (MAAWS) is an 84 mm reloadable, recoilless rifle completed Long-Range Precision Fires • designed to engage lightly armored targets at ranges out to 500 M3 Full Materiel Release (FMR) completed 3QFY18: Next Generation meters and soft targets out to 800 meters. The M3E1 MAAWS Combat Vehicles PROJECTED ACTIVITIES is salt water submersible, jumpable and day/night operable. 1QFY19: The M3E1 MAAWS requires a crew of two; one to carry and fire • Future Vertical Lift the weapon, and the other to carry the ammunition and load º M3E1 Urgent Materiel Release Army Network M3E1 First Unit Equipped (FUE) Army º the weapon. Air and Missile Defense 4QFY19: • M3E1 FUE Marine Corps º The M3E1 rifle is 14.8 pounds (28 percent lighter) than the Soldier Lethality M3, contains ergonomic improvements and an automatic º M3E1 Developmental Test begins M3E1 TC-STD • 2QFY21: rounds counter. The M3E1 rifle is provided with a lightweight 4QFY21: (4.2 pounds) electronic fire control system that automatically • M3E1 FMR completed provides ballistics solutions for static and moving targets. ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER M3E1 MAAWS is 28 percent lighter than the M3 and contains Materiel Solution Analysis more ergonomic adjustments. The M3E1 MAAWS contains an Technology Maturation & integrated Fire Control System with metrology corrected ballistic Risk Reduction solutions for engaging moving targets, and greater probability Engineering & Manufacturing of hitting of static targets. The M3E1 MAAWS electronics allow Development integration with future MAAWS smart ammunition. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support • Length: 1 meter • Bore: 84 mm • Weight with Fire Control System: 19 pounds Ammunition: Current High Explosive, High Explosive Dual • Purpose, Training; Future Illumination, Anti-Structure • Maximum Range: 1,300 meters Fire Control System: Gen3, 1X Reflex, 15 degree field of • vision UNITED STATES ARMY 380

383 MAAWS – M3E1 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS Saab Dynamics AB (Sweden) M3/M3E1: FCS13RE Fire Control: Aimpoint Inc. (Manassas, VA) 2018 381 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

384 Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) ACAT IV PEO Enterprise Information Systems | Fort Belvoir, VA MODERNIZATION PROGRAM STATUS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) is Supported Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto 1QFY18: a ruggedized system-of-systems containing medical software Rico Long-Range Precision Fires • 2QFY18: MC4 v2.3 systems upgrades in 33 countries, 32 packages fielded to operational medical forces worldwide, Next Generation providing the tools to digitally record and transfer critical states and two U.S. Territories. Systems upgraded: ~2,400 Combat Vehicles medical data from point of injury to medical treatment facilities 1QFY18-2QFY18: • º worldwide. MC4 relies on software developers such as the Formal New Equipment Training: ~1,800 Soldiers trained Future Vertical Lift Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Over-the-Shoulder Training: ~4200 º Army Network º System (PEO DHMS) to provide global software databases to Distributed Learning: 370 active students Air and Missile Defense 4QFY18: • store data generated by the MC4 system, providing medical Windows 10 migration situational awareness for operational commanders and patient Soldier Lethality PROJECTED ACTIVITIES record visibility to medical staffs worldwide. PEO DHMS FY19: • currently furnishes Theater Medical Information Program-Joint º (TMIP-J) software to MC4 for deployment to operational units. Complete Phase I and II of v2.3 deployment º Realign focus to Point-of-Injury solution to address Chief ACQUISITION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER of Staff of the Army’s guidance LIFE CYCLE PHASE MC4 systems provide continuity of care from point of injury through roles of care and enable a comprehensive lifelong Materiel Solution Analysis electronic health record (EHR) for Soldiers resulting in better Technology Maturation & informed health care providers and easier access to Veterans Risk Reduction Affairs medical benefits. MC4 also provides commanders at all Engineering & Manufacturing levels timely medical situational awareness and unit personnel Development health status. Production & Deployment SPECIFICATIONS Operations & Support TMIP-J applications include: • In and out patient • Point-of-injury Class VIII (Medical) Logistics • • Blood Inventory Management • Patient Movement and Tracking • Medical Surveillance and Situational Awareness UNITED STATES ARMY 382

385 MC4 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS CACI (Arlington, VA) WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 383

386 Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) — Platforms for Rapid Integrated Solutions for Medical Countermeasures (PRISM) OTHER JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD MODERNIZATION SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION PRIORITY • The Mission of Medical Countermeasure Systems (MCS) DOD Chemical, Biological Defense Program Planning Guidance for Fiscal Year 2019-2029 Joint Science and — Platforms for Rapid Integrated Solutions for Medical Long-Range Precision Fires Countermeasures (PRISM) is to apply proven platform Technology Office and JPEO CBRND: continue to develop Next Generation the PRISM concept through translational teaming and begin technology to streamline Medical Countermeasure (MCM) Combat Vehicles delivery to the warfighter by accelerating development to establishment of up to three additional platforms. Platforms should have broad applicability across the threat landscape, licensure and employ platform technologies to support a Future Vertical Lift have mature discovery and design process, be supported rapid response capability to novel and emerging threats. Army Network by a robust manufacturing process and have demonstrated The Advanced Development and Manufacturing of Antibody Air and Missile Defense Technologies (ADAMANT) Monoclonal antibodies (mAb) regulatory success with Food and Drug Administration approval of similar products platform can respond to recognized, emerging and engineered Soldier Lethality threats, provide interim fielding candidates early in development, PROGRAM STATUS and cost effectively bring mAb MCMs from discovery to licensure and fielding. • ADAMANT Establishment (First Platform): 1QFY18: Botulinum neurotoxins (BoNT) serotypes A, B Advanced ACQUISITION ADAMANT is being established at the Department of Defense Technology Demonstration – Stage 3 Technical Scope LIFE CYCLE PHASE (DOD) Advanced Development and Manufacturing (ADM) Approval - current Good Manufacturing Practices Facility. The first product for ADAMANT will be Botulinum manufacturing and stability testing of anti-BoNT A|B drug Materiel Solution Analysis toxin prophylactic and therapeutic mAb MCM. The goal is substance and lyophilized drug product Technology Maturation & for monoclonal antibodies to be produced for biodefense Risk Reduction PROJECTED ACTIVITIES applications at the DOD ADM, formulated for intermuscular use Engineering & Manufacturing • FY19-FY23: and lyophilized for cold chain avoidance and stockpiling. Development ADAMANT BoNT A|B Stage 4 Go/No Go Decision º BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER º ADAMANT Platform Validation (Plague) Production & Deployment MCS PRISM accelerates MCM delivery to the warfighter through º DNA Vaccine Platform Establishment/Validation Operations & Support the development and implementation of platform systems. It º Initiate 3rd Platform Technology º Establish ADAMANT Rapid Response Capability also adapts a subset of the platform technologies to support a rapid response capability to novel and emerging threats. UNITED STATES ARMY 384

387 MCS — PRISM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES None CONTRACTORS N/A WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK 2018 385

388 Small Arms — Individual Weapons (IW) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT IV MODERNIZATION semi-automatic handgun. The M18 MHS and the M18 General DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M4 series 5.56 mm Carbine is a compact version of the Officer (GO) handgun are its compact variants. The M17 M16A2 Rifle and is equipped with a collapsible stock, an adaptor replaces the M9; the M18 replaces the M11; and the M18 GO Long-Range Precision Fires pistol replaces the M9 GO pistol. Both the M17 and the M18 rail system and a backup iron sight. The M4A1 is fully automatic Next Generation can be equipped with either a 21-round magazine or a 17-round and incorporates an ambidextrous fire control selector. The Combat Vehicles weapon can be mounted with the M203A2 Grenade Launcher, magazine. The Squad Designated Marksman Rifle (SDM-R) is M320A1 Grenade Launcher or the M26 Modular Accessory a 7.62x51 mm Squad Designated Marksman solution based on Future Vertical Lift Shotgun System. the Heckler & Koch G28E-110 Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper Army Network System rifle. The rifle is outfitted with the Sig Sauer Tango 6 Air and Missile Defense variable 1x6 power optic. In 2014, the Army decided to update its service rifle inventory from a mix of M16A2/A4 Rifles and M4 Carbines to an inventory Soldier Lethality BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER of 5.56 mm M4A1 Carbines. The M4 Product Improvement Program (PIP) converts fielded M4s to M4A1s by adding a The M4/M4A1 Carbine enables individuals and small units the ability to engage targets with accurate, lethal, direct fire. The heavy barrel, a fully automatic capable trigger mechanism and M320 series grenade launcher enables Soldiers and small an ambidextrous fire control assembly. Weapons are modified ACQUISITION via U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command and units the ability to engage targets with lethal grenade fire. The LIFE CYCLE PHASE Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) mission teams using Modification M17 provides increased lethality, terminal effects, ergonomics, Work Order instructions beginning with pre-built kits assembled reliability, durability and maintainability compared to the current Materiel Solution Analysis at ANAD in Alabama. M9 handgun. The SDM-R will provide Infantry, Scout and Technology Maturation & Engineer squads the capability to engage enemy personnel Risk Reduction . with accurate rifle fire The M320/M320A1 Grenade Launcher is a 40 mm grenade- Engineering & Manufacturing launching weapon system that replaces the M203 series Development PROGRAM STATUS grenade launchers. The system may be operated in stand- alone mode or mounted on M16/M4. The M320 mounts under FY16-FY18: M4/M4A1 deliveries from FN LLC and • Production & Deployment the M16 series, while the M320A1 mounts under the M4 series. Colt Manufacturing; PIP missions (more than 310,000 Operations & Support conversions completed since the start of the PIP effort in The M320 Grenade Launcher Module (GLM) has an integrated leaf sight and improved safety features. It also has a side- F Y14) • loading unrestricted breech to allow the system to fire longer 40 2QFY16: M320 Contract Award for Grenadier Sighting mm low-velocity projectiles (North Atlantic Treaty Organization solicitation closes System prototypes; M17 2QFY16-4QFY18: Grenadier Sighting System standard and nonstandard). The Grenadier Sighting System is a M320 • prototype Development, Test and Evaluation future system component that will provide the ability to quickly • 3QFY16: and accurately engage targets with the M320 GLM during day Capco Inc M320A1 First Article Test completed Soldier participation (ergonomics 3QFY16-4QFY16: • M17 or night. and warfighter acceptance) first delivery; M17 The M17 Modular Handgun System (MHS) is a 9 mm full-sized M320 1QF Y17: • Milestone C; SDMR directed UNITED STATES ARMY 386

389 requirement approved for the Heckler & Koch G28E Small Arms — IW Contract Award to Sig Sauer M17 2QF Y17: • Conditional Materiel Release approved; first delivery of new handguns to the • 1QFY18: M17 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky FOREIGN MILITARY SALES 3QFY18-4QFY18: M17 Production Verification Testing to support Full Rate Production; • Afghanistan, Columbia, Iraq, Jordan, M4/M4A1: SDMR Testing to support Safety Confirmation Lebanon, Oman and others Urgent Materiel Release; first fielding to 1/1 Armored Division, Fort Bliss, 4QFY18: • SDMR CONTRACTORS Texa s FN America LLC (Columbia, SC); Colt M4A1 Carbine: Defense, LLC (Hartford, CT) PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Capco Inc (Grand M320 Grenade Launcher Module: FY19-FY20: Production and Fielding M320 • M4-to-M4A1 field conversions; Junction, CO) FY19-FY22: • FN Manufacturing LLC and Colt Defense Production for M4/M4A1 MHS: Sig Sauer Inc. (Newington, NH) Full Materiel Release (FMR)/Full Rate Production • 1QFY19: M17 Heckler and Koch Defense Inc. (Ashburn, VA); SDMR: First Delivery/Fielding • 1QFY19-2QFY19: SDMR Sig Sauer Inc. (Newington, NH) M320 Production award for Grenadier Sighting System • 4QFY19: • 1QFY20: SDMR FMR Grenadier Sighting System Fielding • 4QFY20: M320 SPECIFICATIONS M4/M4A1 MHS SDM-R M320 Grenade Launcher 5.56 mm 40 mm 9 mm 7. 6 2 m m Caliber (Weapon, backup irons sight, sling, adapter rail 3.42 pounds when system and empty mounted (empty) 30.8 ounces (M17) Under 10 pounds without magazine) Weight suppressor optics 6.48 pounds in 27.6 ounces (M18) 7.46 pounds (M4) or magazine the stand-alone mode (empty) 7.74 p o u n d s (M4A1) 30.57 inches 11.2 inches in (retracted) stand-alone mode 8.05 inches (M17) Length 37.4 inches without suppressor 8.5 inches when 7.25 inches (M18) 33.82 inches under the barrel of (extended) an M16 or M4 Range 500 meters for 400 meters (ammo 35 meters 600 meters point target dependent) 387 2018 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

390 Small Arms — Precision Weapons (PW) PEO Soldier | Fort Belvoir, VA ACAT IV MODERNIZATION BENEFIT TO THE SOLDIER DESCRIPTION PRIORITY The M107 Semi-Automatic Long-Range Sniper Rifle fires .50 The M107 completes missions that cannot be accomplished Caliber ammunition and is capable of delivering precise, rapid with current sniper rifles. The ability to engage both personnel Long-Range Precision Fires fire on targets out to 2,000 meters, greatly exceeding the and light skinned vehicles at long range provides Soldiers a Next Generation terminal effect capability of other sniper rifles in use by U.S. tremendous tactical advantage. It is especially valuable during Combat Vehicles military operations in urban terrain where greater firepower forces. Its primary mission is to engage and defeat materiel and standoff ranges provide counter-sniper capability while targets at extended ranges. Future Vertical Lift enhancing sniper survivability. Army Network The M2010 Enhanced Sniper Rifle is a bolt-action, magazine- Air and Missile Defense The M2010 exceeds the rate of fire and lethality of the M24, the fed weapon system that utilizes .300 WinMag ammunition. previous medium-caliber sniper rifle with a 50 percent increase The rifle is built around a rechambered M24 Sniper Weapon Soldier Lethality in range. It bridges the capability gap between the M110 and the System receiver. The M2010 is equipped with a fully adjustable, right-folding chassis system featuring accessory cable routing M107, allowing precision engagements in daylight and limited channels and Military-Standard 1913 Picatinny rails that mount visibility, using a clip-on sniper night sight, out to 1,200 meters. a Leupold 6.5-20 x 50 mm variable power Day Optic Scope The M110 SASS provides the capability for rapid and focused ACQUISITION with advanced scalable H-58 ranging and targeting reticle. The engagements on several targets with multiple follow-on shots. LIFE CYCLE PHASE It is the first Army weapon system that integrates a quick M2010 is also equipped with a sound suppressor and adjustable attach and detach suppressor to reduce the weapon’s firing bipod. The shooter interface can be tailored to accommodate Materiel Solution Analysis signature. The M110 provides the warfighter with increased a wide range of shooter preferences and its folding stock Technology Maturation & provides Soldiers flexibility in transporting the weapon during lethality, situational awareness from an enhanced scope, and Risk Reduction survivability from the flash and sound suppressor. operations. Engineering & Manufacturing Development PROGRAM STATUS The M110 7.62 mm Semi-Automatic Sniper System (SASS) is M107: an anti- personnel and light materiel weapon that fires 7.62 mm Production & Deployment ammunition out to a maximum effective range of 800 meters. • FY16-FY18: 2,681 total systems fielded to sniper and Operations & Support Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams The M110’s Leupold Mark IV 3.5–10x scope provides both a M2010: wide field of view at low magnification for close-in engagements Completed Fielding of 2,083 total systems FY16-FY18: • and a narrow field of view for precision long shots at high M110 : magnification. The SASS leverages a rapid fire and rapid reload Completed Fielding of 2,083 total systems design, variable-power day optic sight and 10- or 20-round FY16-FY18: • detachable magazines. UNITED STATES ARMY 388

391 PROJECTED ACTIVITIES Small Arms — PW M107: FY19-FY23: • System in Operation and Sustainment M2010: FOREIGN MILITARY SALES • System in Operation and Sustainment FY19-FY23: Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, M107: M110 : Benin, Chad, Columbia, Hungary, Kenya, Lebanon, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Slovakia, FY19-FY23: System in Operation and Sustainment • Thailand and Yemen Type Classification-Standard 4QFY19: • Bahamas, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Brazil, M110 : Cameroon, Chad, Czech Republic, Hungary, Iraq, SPECIFICATIONS Kenya, Latvia, Mexico, Peru, Romania, Senegal, Slovakia, Tunisia and Turkey None M2010: M107 M2010 M110 .50 BMG CONTRACTORS .308 Win (12.7 x 99 mm Barrett Firearms Manufacturing Inc. M107: (Murfreesboro, TN) .30 (7.62 x 51 mm Caliber North Atlantic Remington Arms Co. Inc. (Illion, NY) M2010: NATO) Treat y M110 : Knight’s Armament Co. (Titusville, FL) Organization (NATO)) Weight 17.3 pounds 30.9 pounds 18.7 pounds (with suppressor) 57 inches 46.5 inches Length 52.2 inches 2,000 meters Range (materiel) 1,200 meters 800 meters 1,000 meters (personnel) 389 2018 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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393 ARMY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

394 Army Science and Technology The five Army S&T commands and agencies that execute the The U.S. Army is committed to ensuring that our Soldiers remain The Army’s S&T the most capable in the world. Building upon this commitment, Army’s S&T program and investments are: the Army’s Science and Technology (S&T) program focuses program invests U.S. Army Futures Command – Army Research Lab and the on enabling the modernization priorities established by the • in fundamental Research, Development and Engineering Centers Secretary of the Army while addressing the full spectrum of existing and emerging threats. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Engineer Research and • science that will Development Center yield decisive U.S. Army Medical Command – Medical Research and The Army S&T vision is to provide Soldiers with the tools • Materiel Command needed to win decisively. The future operational environment advantages in the • will demand land power dominance with increased flexibility, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army future. adaptability and speed of responsiveness. To address Forces Strategic Command – Space and Missile Defense Technical Center capability shortfalls and outpace anticipated threats, the Army’s S&T program fosters invention, innovation and demonstration Headquarters, Department of the Army, G-1 – U.S. Army • of affordable technology solutions. It matures advanced Research Institute for Behavioral and Social Sciences technologies into affordable and sustainable solutions; pursues foundational technology developments and breakthroughs; leverages organic capacity and the capacity of our partners; and invests in fundamental science that will yield decisive advantages in the future. ARMY S&T ENTERPRISE The Army S&T Enterprise is comprised of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army Research and Technology (DASA R&T) and the five S&T executing commands/agencies. Together, they are responsible for technical leadership, scientific advancement and technological support within the acquisition process. Army S&T Enterprise Presence U.S. Army Futures Command U.S. Army Medical Command On behalf of ASA(ALT), DASA R&T has overall responsibility for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers the planning, programming, budgeting and oversight of the S&T Enterprise. U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Headquarters, Department of the Army, G-1 UNITED STATES ARMY 392

395 The Army S&T enterprise is also responsible for approximately OVERVIEW OF ARMY S&T INVESTMENTS 10 percent of the Army’s Advanced Component Development The Army Modernization Priorities were established in order The Army is and Prototyping (BA4) and all of its Manufacturing Technology to regain overmatch and competitive advantage against (ManTech) . These resources support the risk reduction of S&T emerging threats, competitors and adversaries. The Army’s committed to products, ensuring maturation and manufacturing feasibility for S&T investments are aligned to address the Army’s top ensuring that our transition into systems development programs. Finally, the S&T modernization challenges to ensure competitive advantage Enterprise executes the Army’s R&D funding allocated under against near-peer threats: Soldiers remain the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. the most capable Long-Range Precision Fires • AIR & MISSILE DEFENSE S&T • Next Generation Combat Vehicles in the world. Air & Missile Defense investments will provide the Army and • Future Vertical Lift joint force overmatch at extended ranges with precise and • Army Network affordable weapons. S&T activities in this area seek to reduce • Air and Missile Defense the cost curve of missile defense, restore overmatch, survive • Soldier Lethality volley-fire attacks and operate within sophisticated anti-access/ area denial (A2/AD) and contested domains, and focus on: Additionally, S&T investments that support and enable the modernization priority areas are focused under the following investment areas: • Maneuver-Short Range Air Defense (M-SHORAD) • Smaller and more affordable missiles Medical • • High-Energy Lasers (HEL) • • Maturation Gun-based counter-tactical and small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) capabilities • Basic Research Advanced seekers • Army S&T executes Research and Development (R&D) funding • Advanced energetics and propulsion for its S&T program through a variety of strategies, mechanisms Next-generation radars • and partnerships. Scientists and engineers working at Army laboratories and other government laboratories and centers will High-Energy Laser (HEL) Tactical Demonstrator The Basic Research (Budget Activity (BA) 1), Applied conduct demonstrate a mobile, 100 kW HEL integrated onto a Research (BA2) and Advanced Technology Development (BA3) Medium Tactical Vehicle to defeat rocket, artillery and mortar, activities. These investments are also carried out through unmanned aerial vehicles, and intelligence, surveillance and university grants, contracts with industry and agreements with reconnaissance threats. This effort supports the Indirect Fire other government agencies and organizations. Protection Capability program of record (POR) with the plan 2018 393 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

396 Army Science and Technology LONG-RANGE PRECISION FIRES (LRPF) S&T LRPF investments will provide massed, mobile, operational-level, kinetic and non-kinetic strike options to restore overmatch, improve deterrence and disrupt A2/AD on a complex, contested and expanded battlefield. S&T products include: Propulsion for extended long-range missiles • Extended range cannon artillery • Enhanced guidance/navigation for weapon systems • • Advanced energetics Advanced warheads for cluster munitions • Next-generation radars • program directly responds to Land-Based Anti-Ship Missile (LBASM) The strategic guidance articulated in the Army Operating Concept, the Multi-Domain Battle Concept, and numerous warfighter capability gaps. LBASM is developing sensor and payload component technologies for engaging and defeating land- and maritime-based area denial systems. The effort will mature and integrate these component technologies into an existing airframe and perform flight testing against surrogate targets. LBASM technologies will transition to the Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Program Office in FY23 for incorporation into Army S&T is making significant strides to advance HEL weapons, like this future increments of the Precision Strike Missile POR. one. They have the potential to be a low-cost, effective complement to kinetic energy weapons to address threats from rockets, artillery and mortars, as well program aims to deliver The Extended Range Cannon Artillery (ERCA) as from cruise missiles and UAS. integrated cannon artillery technology solutions to increase lethality for U.S. Army 155 mm indirect fire systems. It will increase the systems range to over to transition a 100 kW laser system with precision targeting and tracking in 60 km, minimize weight growth over current armaments, increase the rate of fire degraded atmospheric conditions by Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22). and reduce crew burden through automation. To accomplish project goals, the ERCA program is developing a suite of technologies (cannon, gun mount/recoil mitigation, ammunition handling, fire control, projectiles and propellant) using a The Maneuver Air Defense Technologies (MADT) program is developing holistic approach and balancing the trades between the various technologies and demonstrating affordable missile technologies and components for an affordable, short-range air defense intercept capability to defeat rotary wing, to maximize performance at a system level. ERCA is planned to transition to multiple Program Executive Offices and Program Managers in FY22. tactical/lethal UAS and fixed wing threats. This effort supports the M-SHORAD POR with the plan to transition the intercept capability by FY24. UNITED STATES ARMY 394

397 Advanced power generation • • Advanced materials • Efficient manned-unmanned teaming constructs • Artificial intelligence, machine learning and autonomy The Army’s NGCVs will need manned, unmanned and optionally manned variants that include the most advanced protection, mobility, lethality and power generation capabilities to ensure that our Soldiers can survive first contact and defeat any adversary. A prototype ERCA Howitzer test bed fires an XM1113 Rocket Assist Projectile. The Army is increasing its lethality overmatch for current and next generation 155 mm systems by developing lightweight armaments with improved accuracy, range and rate of fire. NEXT GENERATION COMBAT VEHICLES (NGCV) S&T NGCV investments are dedicated to discovery, innovation and transition of technologies that ensure U.S. overmatch in offensive and defensive ground maneuver operations. S&T products in this area will enable ground combat formations to enter austere environments, survive and counter emerging threats, and sustain an operationally feasible footprint. Activities are focused on developing replacement options for current tanks and infantry fighting vehicles that realize weight, sustainment and cost savings, and include: A smaller footprint: The Army is focusing vehicle technology investments on • NGCV design vehicles that are smaller, lighter, intelligently interconnected, safer and more • Vehicle protection against advanced threats lethal than current combat platforms. Robotics and autonomy for combat operations and logistics • 2018 395 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

398 Army Science and Technology The is maturing and demonstrating • Improved situational awareness Advanced Powertrain Demonstrator (APD) Integrated mission systems • leap-ahead combat vehicle powertrain performance through the integration of Advanced power systems • component technologies, including an Advanced Combat Engine (1,000 hp, Efficient Manned-Unmanned Teaming Constructs high-power density, low-heat rejection); an Advanced Combat Transmission • (high-efficient cross-drive transmission); Advanced Thermal Management; Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Autonomy • Integrated Starter Generator; and Advanced Li-Ion Modular Batteries. The APD The will provide leap-ahead technology at the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator (JMR-TD) is demonstrating 6 level in FY19 for transition to future NGCV programs of record and industry platform and mission systems technologies in support of FVL. Major Army partners. S&T achievements have occurred under this effort, with multiple successful flights demonstrating several revolutionary technologies, including advanced program will establish, mature composites/low-cost manufacturing, active vibration control and improved Modular Active Protection Systems (MAPS) The design and analysis tools. and demonstrate the Army’s MAPS Framework. This Framework defines the standards and specifications to enable adaptable Active Protection System (APS) solutions that integrate into multiple Army vehicle platforms. The effort is also demonstrating soft-kill and hard-kill APS configurations utilizing interchangeable subsystems (sensors and countermeasures) that are interconnected via a MAPS Controller. Together, these technologies will enable APS commonality across the vehicle fleet and the ability to tailor APS components to meet weapons system platform needs. FUTURE VERTICAL LIFT (FVL) S&T FVL S&T provides research, development, demonstration and transition of S&T products to provide the Army and joint force with manned, optionally manned, unmanned and autonomous attack, reconnaissance, utility and medical evacuation aviation platforms for high-speed and long-range operations. FVL research, technology development and demonstrations focus on enabling longer range and persistence, larger payloads, increased speed, survivability and combat overmatch in the future A2/AD battlefield, with an overall lower cost of ownership. S&T investments include: The JMR-TD is demonstrating technologies to inform Army decisions about FVL capabilities, which could look like this hypothetical rendering. Platform development and demonstration • Next-generation UAS technologies • • Aviation protection and aircraft survivability UNITED STATES ARMY 396

399 Technologies are needed that harden critical network and weapon systems and Next Generation Tactical UAS program will demonstrate technologically The feasible and affordable unmanned air system technologies to provide improved protect vital assets from emerging cyber threats as well as those that exploit the electromagnetic spectrum. flight performance and increased survivability and reliability in order to inform the Future Tactical UAS acquisition program. Expanded mission sets with significantly increased capabilities will provide the warfighter with multi-role UAS operations in contested, multidomain environments against near-peer threats. ARMY NETWORK S&T Army Network S&T leads the Army’s efforts to develop and demonstrate technologies to enable a future hardware, software and infrastructure network that provides the Army and joint force with resilient mission command on the move and dominance in the maneuver Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), joint fires and sustainment fights against a peer adversary in a contested cyber and electromagnetic environment. To provide warfighters with the necessary equipment to support the Army’s Network modernization objectives, the Army is focusing S&T investments in the following areas: Tactical communications and networking • Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing • • Electronic warfare Cyber Electromagnetic Activities • Mission command applications • Persistent ISR • • Command post Army communication systems of the future will minimize a unit’s spectrum To ensure information dominance on the battlefield, the Army’s tactical signature to thwart detection and disruption. To that end, Army S&T is network must provide assured communications in contested, congested and developing technologies that use nontraditional portions of the EM spectrum. degraded environments. This supports communications at the point of need Tactical Communications and Networking and enables timely, decisive action. efforts are addressing these challenges through the research and development Cyber Electromagnetic Activity S&T investments deliver technologies of automated and intelligent networks, anti-jam voice and data, autonomous that enable the resilience to fight through an attack and to acquire situational platform communications, spectrum situational awareness and high-bandwidth awareness by leveraging tactical assets. These investments will provide rapid commercial technologies. access and effects to gain an advantage over adversaries. Research efforts 2018 397 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

400 Army Science and Technology are also developing system architectures that support a warfighting network defilade capabilities, putting counter-defilade in the hands of Soldiers and small platform in order to increase interoperability across operational domains, units along with more lethal weapons. decrease the burden of training and enable the tactical delivery of cyber- electromagnetic effects. New training technologies and environments are emphasized to allow Soldiers to train and rehearse skills, such as faster decision-making, and to SOLDIER LETHALITY S&T Synthetic gain the advantage of speed over adversaries. S&T investments in Environments Soldier Lethality is dedicated to discovery, innovation and transition of S&T combine advanced virtual reality technology with constructive products for improved Soldier and small-unit performance, decision-making and live environments to provide responsive and reconfigurable training that and advanced lethality and assured overmatch against our adversaries. immerses human senses in mixed reality, including providing touch and feel to simulate objects such as obstacles and walls. Integrated with capabilities, such as intelligent agents that challenge the Soldier, synthetic training environments Soldier Lethality leads research, development and demonstration of S&T products to improve individual and team performance; reduce tactical will improve individual and team performance while reducing training time and cost. surprise; increase protection; and enhance lethality in close combat on an intensely lethal and distributed battlefield and within complex, urban terrain. As technology and equipment proliferates on the Soldier and into the squad, and Investments focus on integrated, lightweight, energy-efficient Soldier-centric as battlefield scenarios have become more complex, the impact from physical systems and equipment, decision-making human performance research, physical augmentation for resilience and load carriage, and advanced training and cognitive stressors has increased. This necessitates research to configure Soldier Architecture a technologies. Areas of critical investment include: that integrates ergonomically designed systems and components developed through material research, component miniaturization • Next generation squad weapons, ammunition and fire control and capability integration. A critical research area that will contribute to the Integrated Soldier architecture of systems architecture is reduced weight through power harvesting, new and enhanced • • Enhanced body armor and Soldier-borne sensors and equipment battery chemistries, and energy management approaches that can extend dismounted Soldier mission duration. • Power and energy harvesting and distribution • Physical assist technologies MEDICAL S&T • Improved Soldier and small unit performance • The mission of the Medical S&T investment area is to lead research and Synthetic Training Environment technology development that ensures the Force sustains optimal health, is investments include research protected from disease and injury and receives optimal care in the event of Next Generation Soldier and Squad Weapons injury or illness. into lighter weight materials, improved ammunition, modular components and enabling technologies such as fire controls, optics and powered rails. Future Medical S&T efforts address multiple health threats and seek to optimize, weapons and munitions need to defeat adversaries who are using partial enhance, sustain and restore Soldier health and performance from accession and full defilade to protect their positions and equipment, limiting the effects of direct-fire small arms and indirect fire systems. In response, Army S&T is through training, deployment, treatment of injuries and return to duty or transition increasing weapon precision while reducing the size and weight of counter- to civilian life. Investments are focused on materiel and knowledge-based UNITED STATES ARMY 398

401 transition of mature and affordable capabilities to Army acquisition programs medical solutions, including the delivery of improved combat casualty care, enhanced survivability, reduced impact due to injury and optimized downrange and ultimately to the field. medical footprint. This investment strategy covers: TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVE • Combat casualty care The Technology Maturation Initiative (TMI) program serves as a strategic Military operational medicine • partnership between the S&T Enterprise, the requirements and the acquisition • Military infectious disease communities to speed the transition of the Army’s highest priority S&T efforts. Through technology maturation, integration and experimental prototyping, S&T can hasten the transition of emerging technologies and enable the development The last 17 years of contingency operations have demonstrated that surgical of feasible and affordable capabilities under future programs of record. intervention within 60 minutes of injury – the “golden hour” – significantly increases rates of casualty survival. Because operational threats such as A2/AD challenge the Army’s ability to evacuate Soldiers to surgical treatment within that hour, Army S&T is researching medical materiel and knowledge solutions to accelerate delivery of lifesaving medical care. will enable medical personnel, such as combat medics Prolonged Field Care and battalion surgeons, to stabilize wounded personnel for extended periods of time until evacuation is feasible. The capability initially will consist of advanced blood products and new medical devices to control severe bleeding, and a portable, closed-loop, external life support system to provide lung and kidney function to patients who need them. When medical evacuation is not feasible, the Army is developing Autonomous Evacuation technologies that use unmanned ground or air platforms, in conjunction with autonomous life support equipment, to move casualties to surgical care facilities. These platforms also will be useful for resupplying medical personnel during sustained operations. Army S&T investments in autonomous systems and advanced medical devices will provide tomorrow’s force dramatic increases in survival rates. In addition to researching and developing technology solutions and options The MMHEL will demonstrate a Stryker-based HEL experimental prototype that for the Army, the S&T Enterprise also works to reduce technology risks, speed is suitable for maneuvering Brigade Combat Teams and capable of countering transition and lower life cycle costs in advance of incorporation into weapon UAS, RAM and ISR threats. systems. The following investment areas are important tools to enable the 2018 399 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

402 Army Science and Technology is a priority TMI effort to integrate Basic Research investments are the Army’s primary drivers to enable leap-ahead Multi-Mission High-Energy Laser (MMHEL) The a 50 kW laser system onto a Stryker, with the intent to reduce the risk of key technologies that will enhance Soldier capability and increase Soldier protection. component technologies and conduct demonstrations to inform requirements Activities are focused on discovering and understanding fundamental science for the M-SHORAD objective capability. The MMHEL will undergo an operational through Army-led investigations and by assessing breakthrough innovations demonstration in FY21 to validate the laser system’s counter-rocket, artillery, to advance overall scientific knowledge. This work generates new knowledge mortar (RAM); counter-UAS; counter-battery targeting and counter-materiel for the Army to address diverse, rapidly evolving threats, while simultaneously capabilities. attracting the country’s most talented and gifted scientists and engineers to the future workforce. ) ManTech MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY ( The Army’s ManTech program develops and refines manufacturing processes The Basic Research investment area leverages partnerships such as University Affiliated Research Centers, Collaborative Research Alliances, Multidisciplinary for affordable products, improved system performance and reduced life cycle University Research Initiatives and the Single Investigator Program to exploit costs. By exploring methods to manufacture technologies in parallel with the execution of S&T efforts, the Army ensures that any new manufacturing a range of research opportunities. Some major Army Basic Research efforts processes required for emerging technologies are developed prior to transition. include: As a result, ManTech activities reduce transition risk for emerging S&T products • Internet of Battlefield Things to acquisition programs. The Army is using an internet of things approach for networking the battlefield As one example of numerous recent ManTech successes, the Affordable of the future. Key challenges under this concept are the deceptive and adversarial nature of the future operational environment, its large scale and Protection against Objective Threats (APOT) project matured lower-hull extreme heterogeneity. To address these challenges, the Army is exploring manufacturing technologies associated with combat vehicles, providing novel distributed processing approaches to converge and integrate various advanced protection. This effort enabled the U.S. to domestically produce a sources of information, communication systems and analytical resources for new aluminum alloy with processes needed to form, forge and weld it into a faster, optimal decisions. structure for the underbody hull, providing a new standard in blast protection. The successes from APOT are informing requirements for future combat vehicles. Ultra-Design Materials • All of the Army modernization areas benefit from the development of new BASIC RESEARCH materials with unique properties not available in nature. Army S&T is developing a materials-by-design approach to create transformational Army Basic Research seeks to advance the frontiers of fundamental S&T and protection, energetic, electronic and bio/bio-enabled materials. drive long-term, game-changing Army capabilities through a multidisciplinary portfolio that links the Army’s in-house researchers with the global academic community. UNITED STATES ARMY 400

403 Internet of Battlefield Things – Novel distributed processing is essential to leverage the knowledge from many connected devices in time to quickly affect outcomes. CONCLUSION • Quantum Effects and Quantum Information Sciences The Army’s Modernization Priorities and supporting S&T investment strategy Army research in this area focuses on generating advances in quantum science. Quantum science is the study of the behavior of matter and its provide a robust and unifying framework that postures the S&T program, interactions with energy on the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. This workforce, laboratories and engineering centers, and industrial and academic research will enable revolutionary approaches to information processing, partners to deliver disruptive technologies for Army and joint force operational secure communications and cryptography, jam-proof position and navigation, overmatch. To facilitate critical developments for the future, the Army will leverage the best and brightest from across the S&T Enterprise, and bring and ultraprecise sensing and imaging. together scientific professionals from government, academia and industry to address the most challenging technical barriers and ensure for competitive advantage to the U.S. Army and the joint force. 2018 401 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

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405 APPENDICES GLOSSARY OF TERMS SYSTEMS BY CONTRACTOR CONTRACTORS BY STATE POINTS OF CONTACT

406 Glossary of Terms ACAT III ACQUISITION CATEGORIES (ACAT) ACAT I ACAT III programs are defined as those acquisition programs that do not meet ACAT I programs are Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAP) that are the criteria for ACAT I or ACAT II. The MDA is designated by the AAE and shall be estimated to achieve statutorily defined MDAP cost threshold or are designated at the lowest appropriate level, typically the PEO. The dollar value is estimated to require total expenditure for RDT&E of more than $100 million in FY14 constant MDAP by the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE) or the Army Acquisition dollars, or for Procurement of more than $400 million in FY14 constant dollars. Executive (AAE). Dollar value: estimated by the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and ACAT IV Sustainment (USD(A&S)) to require an eventual total expenditure for Research, ACAT IV programs are defined as those acquisition programs that do not meet Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) of more than $480 million in Fiscal the criteria for ACAT I, ACAT II or ACAT III. The MDA is designated by the AAE and shall be at the lowest appropriate level, typically the PEO, however MDA Year 2014 (FY14) constant dollars or for Procurement of more than $2.790 billion in FY14. ACAT I programs have three subcategories: can be further delegated to the colonel-level project manager. The estimated costs for ACAT IV acquisition programs are below the thresholds for ACAT III for which the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) is the USD(A&S) acquisition programs. ACAT ID, • acting as the DAE. The “D” refers to the Defense Acquisition Board, which ACQUISITION LIFE CYCLE PHASE advises the DAE at major decision points. Each acquisition phase encompasses all the tasks and activities needed to • for which the MDA is the Department of Defense (DOD) ACAT IC, bring a program to the next major milestone. Each acquisition life cycle phase Component Head or, if delegated, the DOD Component Acquisition provides a logical means of progressively translating broadly stated mission Executive (CAE). The “C” refers to Component; for the Army, the MDA is the needs into well-defined system-specific requirements and ultimately into AAE. The DAE designates programs ACAT ID or ACAT IC. operationally effective, suitable and survivable systems. The acquisition phases ACAT IB, • for acquisition programs initiated after October 1, 2017, the MDA is for the systems described in this handbook are defined below: DOD Component Head or, if delegated, the DOD CAE; for the Army, the MDA is the AAE. Materiel Solution Analysis (MSA) Phase The purpose of this phase is to conduct the analysis and other activities needed ACAT II ACAT II programs are defined as those acquisition programs that do not meet to choose the concept for the product that will be acquired, to begin translating validated capability gaps into system-specific requirements including the Key the criteria for ACAT I acquisition program, or are programs designated ACAT Performance Parameters and Key System Attributes, and to conduct planning II by the MDA. The MDA is the AAE and is typically delegated to the Program to support a decision on the acquisition strategy for the product. Analysis of Executive Officer (PEO). The dollar value is estimated to require total expenditure for RDT&E of more than $185 million in FY14 constant dollars or for Procurement Alternatives (AoA), key trades among cost, schedule, performance, affordability of more than $835 million in FY14 constant dollars. analysis, risk analysis and planning for risk mitigation are key activities in this phase. UNITED STATES ARMY 404

407 limited deployment authority to proceed in support of operational testing for Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction (TMRR) Phase Defense Business System (DBS) programs or software-intensive systems with The purpose of this phase is to reduce technology risk, determine and mature no production components. Entrance into this phase depends on the following the appropriate set of technologies to be integrated into a full system, and criteria: demonstrate critical technology elements on prototypes. This phase is a Acceptable performance in Developmental Test and Evaluation and • continuous discovery and development process reflecting close collaboration Operational Assessment for Defense Operational Test and Evaluation between the Science and Technology (S&T) community, the user and the system developer. It is an iterative process designed to assess the viability oversight programs Mature software capability • of technologies while simultaneously refining requirements. Entrance into this No significant manufacturing risks • phase depends on the completion of the AoA, a proposed materiel solution and full funding for planned TMRR activity. Manufacturing processes under control when Milestone C is a Full Rate • Production (FRP) decision An approved Initial Capability Document if Milestone C is program • Engineering & Manufacturing Development (EMD) Phase initiation The purpose of the EMD Phase is to develop a system or an increment of capability; complete full system integration; develop an affordable and An approved Capability Production Document (CPD) • executable manufacturing process; ensure operational supportability with • A refined integrated architecture; acceptable interoperability Acceptable operational supportability and demonstration that the system particular attention to minimizing the logistics footprint; implement human • is affordable throughout the life cycle, fully funded and properly phased for systems integration; design for producibility; ensure affordability; protect critical program information by implementing appropriate techniques such as rapid acquisition anti-tamper; and demonstrate system integration, interoperability, safety and utility. The Capability Development Document, Acquisition Strategy, Systems The CPD reflects the operational requirements, informed by EMD results, and Engineering Plan, and Test and Evaluation Master Plan shall guide this effort. details the performance expected of the production system. If Milestone C Entrance into this phase depends on technology maturity (including software), approves LRIP, a subsequent review and decision shall authorize FRP. approved requirements and full funding. Unless some other factor is overriding in its impact, the maturity of the technology shall determine the path to be Operations & Support (O&S) Phase followed. The purpose of the O&S Phase is to execute a support program that meets materiel readiness and operational support performance requirements, and sustains the system in the most cost-effective manner over its total life cycle. Production & Deployment (PD) Phase Planning for this phase shall begin prior to program initiation and shall be The purpose of the PD Phase is to achieve an operational capability that satisfies mission needs. Operational test and evaluation shall determine the documented in the Life Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP). The O&S Phase has two major efforts: Life Cycle Sustainment and Disposal. Entrance into the Operations effectiveness and suitability of the system. The MDA shall make the decision to commit DOD to production at Milestone C and shall document the decision in & Support Phase depends on meeting the following criteria: an approved CPD, an Acquisition Decision Memorandum. Milestone C authorizes entry into Low an approved LCSP and a successful FRP decision. Rate Initial Production (LRIP) (for MDAPs and major systems), into production or procurement (for non-major systems that do not require LRIP), or into 2018 405 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

408 Glossary of Terms ACQUISITION PROGRAM DEFENSE BUSINESS SYSTEM (DBS) An acquisition program is a directed, funded effort designed to provide a DBSs are DOD information systems that are financial, contracting, logistics, planning and budgeting, installations management, human resources new, improved or continuing weapon system or DBS capability in response to a validated operational need. Acquisition programs are divided into different management, and training and readiness systems. Business systems do not categories that are established to facilitate decentralized decision-making, include national security systems or an information system used by the defense commissary system, the exchange system or for the morale, welfare and execution and compliance with statutory requirements. See Acquisition recreation of members of the Armed Forces using non-appropriated funds. Categories. ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS Business System Category (BSC) (ACTD) are priority defense business systems expected to have a total amount of BSC I ACTD are a means of demonstrating the use of emerging or mature technology to budget authority over the period of the current Future Years Defense Program (FYDP) in excess of $250 million in FY14 constant dollars; or DOD Chief address critical military needs. ACTD themselves are not acquisition programs, Management Officer (CMO) designation as priority based on complexity, scope although they are designed to provide a residual, usable capability upon and technical risk, and after notification to Congress. The MDA is the AAE. completion. If the user determines that additional quantities are needed beyond the residual capability and that these quantities can be funded, the additional procurement constitutes an acquisition program with an acquisition category are defense business systems which do not meet criteria for BSC I, BSC II and any of the following: expected to have a total amount of budget authority generally commensurate with the dollar value and risk of the additional buy. over the period of the current FYDP in excess of $50 million in FY14 constant CROSS-FUNCTIONAL TEAM (CFT) dollars; and DOD CMO or Military Deputy CMO designation as requiring CMO The Army initiated a realignment of modernization responsibilities in 2017. This certification. The MDA is the AAE and is typically delegated to the PEO. involved the establishment of a pilot program consisting of eight CFTs aligned with the Army’s six modernization priorities. The CFTs are led by warfighters with BSC III are defense business systems which do not meet the criteria for BSC II. combat experience and given the task to develop a requirement informed by The MDA is designated by the AAE and shall be at the lowest appropriate level, experimentation and technical demonstrations through teaming, agility and rapid typically the PEO. feedback. This enables the development of a capability document and improves DEMILITARIZATION AND DISPOSAL the decision-making for a potential program of record to regain overmatch over near-peer competitors. Each CFT includes program management, finance, S&T At the end of its useful life, a system must be demilitarized and disposed. and other components. During Demilitarization and Disposal, the program manager ensures materiel determined to require demilitarization is controlled and ensures disposal is carried out in a way that minimizes DOD’s liability due to environmental, safety, security and health issues. UNITED STATES ARMY 406

409 DEVELOPMENTAL TEST AND EVALUATION (DT&E) JOINT PROGRAM MANAGEMENT DT&E identifies potential operational and technological capabilities and Any acquisition system, subsystem, component or technology program that limitations of the alternative concepts and design options being pursued; involves a strategy that includes funding by more than one DOD component supports the identification and description of design technical risks, and during any phase of a system’s life cycle shall be defined as a joint program. Joint programs shall be consolidated and co-located at the location of the lead provides data and analysis in support of the decision to certify the system ready for operational test and evaluation. component’s program office, to the maximum extent practicable. FULL MATERIEL RELEASE LIVE FIRE TEST AND EVALUATION (LFT&E) LFT&E is conducted on covered systems, major munition programs, missile This process ensures all Army materiel is safe, operationally suitable and supportable before release to users. The assigned program manager determines programs or a product improvement before it can proceed beyond LRIP. A covered system is any vehicle, weapon platform or conventional weapon system necessary activities to certify materiel release readiness. This decision should be accomplished prior to FRP. that includes features designed to provide some degree of protection to users in combat and is an ACAT I or II program. Depending upon its intended use, a FULL OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY (FOC) commercial or nondevelopmental item may be a covered system or a part of a covered system. Systems requiring LFT&E may not proceed beyond LRIP until FOC is when a system is delivered to a user and they have the ability to fully realistic survivability or lethality testing is completed and the report required by employ and maintain it to meet an operational need. The mission capabilities of statute is submitted to the prescribed Congressional committees. a FOC system are defined in a system’s Capability Development Document and Capability Production Document. LOW RATE INITIAL PRODUCTION (LRIP) FULL RATE PRODUCTION (FRP) The objective of LRIP is to produce the minimum quantity necessary to provide production-configured or representative articles for Operational Tests; establish FRP is a decision, following the completion of operational testing of representative an initial production base for the system; and permit an orderly increase in initial production products, to scale up production and/or fielding. In this part the production rate for the system, sufficient to lead to FRP upon successful of the PD Phase, the remaining production or deployment of the product is completed, leading to FOC or Full Deployment. FRP is the highest level of completion of Operational Testing. The LRIP quantity may not exceed 10 percent of the total production quantity without an approved waiver by the MDA production readiness. and documented in the Acquisition Decision Memorandum. INITIAL OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY (IOC) MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAM (MDAP) IOC is a point in time during the PD Phase where a system can meet the minimum A MDAP is an acquisition program that is not a highly sensitive, classified operational (Threshold and Objective) capabilities for a user’s stated need. program as determined by the Secretary of Defense and that is designated by The operational capability consists of support, training, logistics and system the USD(A&S) as an MDAP, or estimated by the USD(A&S) to require an eventual interoperability within the DOD operational environment. IOC is a good gauging total expenditure for RDT&E of more than $480 million in FY14 constant dollars point to see if there are any refinements needs before proceeding to FOC. or, for Procurement, of more than $2.790 billion in FY14 constant dollars. 2018 407 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

410 Glossary of Terms for approving requests to initiate new acquisition programs, and will do so MAJOR MILESTONE only when they are supported by approved capability documents, requisite A major milestone is the decision point that separates the phases of an funding and program documentation. acquisition program. MDAP milestones include, as examples, the decisions to • authorize entry into the EMD phase or FRP. DBS milestones may include, for A military or civilian assigned Program Executive Officer (PEO): programmatic responsibilities for the execution and management of ACAT example, the decision to begin TMRR. II, III and IV programs, or for any other program determined by the AAE to Milestone A: require dedicated executive management. • Entry into the TMRR Phase • Milestone B: Entry into the EMD Phase MODERNIZATION PRIORITY • Entry into the PD Phase Milestone C: In December 2017, the Army established six modernization priorities with one MAJOR SYSTEMS simple focus: make Soldiers and units more lethal. To be successful, ideas must be turned into actions through continuous experimenting and prototyping, Dollar value: estimated by the DOD to require an eventual total expenditure for improving acquisition business processes, pursuing appropriate Commercial RDT&E of more than $185 million in FY14 constant dollars, or for Procurement, Off-The-Shelf options and improving training. Additionally, the Army’s of more than $835 million in FY14 constant dollars. The lowest category for modernized capabilities must have interoperability with allies built-in. major system designation is ACAT II. MILESTONE Based on these fundamentals, the Army’s Modernization Priorities are: The point at which a recommendation is made and approval sought regarding starting or continuing an acquisition program, e.g., proceeding to the next phase. • Long-Range Precision Fires. Develop platforms, capabilities, munitions and formations that restore U.S. Army dominance in range, lethality, mobility, MILESTONE DECISION AUTHORITY (MDA) precision and target acquisition. This is the individual designated in accordance with criteria established by the • Next Generation Combat Vehicles. Develop combat vehicles that integrate USD(A&S) for acquisition programs, to approve entry of an acquisition program other close combat capabilities in manned, unmanned and optionally into the next phase. manned teaming that leverages semi-autonomous and autonomous platforms in conjunction with the most modern firepower, protection, Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE): mobility and power generation capabilities necessary to ensure that • The individual responsible for our future combat formations can fight and win against any foe, in any supervising the Defense Acquisition System. The DAE takes precedence environment. on all acquisition matters after the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense. • Future Vertical Lift. A set of manned, unmanned and optionally manned • Army Acquisition Executive (AAE): The individual solely responsible platforms that can execute attack, lift and reconnaissance missions on the modern and future battlefield at greater range, altitude, lethality and payload. for acquisition matters within the Department of the Army and the single An integrated system of hardware, software and Army Network. • decision authority for all Army acquisition matters. The AAE is responsible infrastructure that is sufficiently mobile, reliable, user-friendly, discreet UNITED STATES ARMY 408

411 in the most cost-effective manner. A follow-on OT&E program that assesses in signature, expeditionary and can be used to fight effectively in any performance and quality, compatibility and interoperability, and identifies environment where the electromagnetic spectrum is denied or degraded. deficiencies will be conducted, as appropriate. This activity also includes the Air and Missile Defense. • A series of mobile integrated platforms, capabilities, munitions and formations that ensure our future combat execution of operational support plans, to include the transition from contractor formations are lethal while remaining protected from modern and advanced to organic support, as appropriate. air and missile delivered fires, to include drones. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES A holistic series of capabilities, equipment, training and • Soldier Lethality. For additional information on acquisition terms, or terms not defined, please enhancements that span all fundamentals of combat: shooting, moving, communicating, protecting and sustaining to ensure our Soldiers are more refer to DOD Directives, available on the Internet at http://www.esd.whs. lethal and less vulnerable on the modern battlefield. This will include not . DOD Instruction 5000.02, Operation of the mil/Directives/issuances/dodd only next generation individual and squad weapons, but also improved body http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/ Defense Acquisition System is available at and the Defense Acquisition Guidebook is available at corres/pdf/500002p.pdf armor, sensors, radios and load-bearing exoskeletons. These efforts will be joined by research in improved human performance and decision-making. https://www.dau.mil/tools/dag . MODIFICATIONS Any modification that is of sufficient cost and complexity that it could itself qualify as an ACAT I program shall be considered for management purposes as a separate acquisition effort. Modifications that do not cross the ACAT I threshold are considered part of the program being modified, unless the acquisition program is no longer in production. In that case, the modification shall be considered a separate acquisition effort. OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION (OT&E) OT&E is structured to determine the operational effectiveness and suitability of a system under realistic conditions, e.g., combat using threat or threat representative forces, targets and countermeasures. Soldiers will operate and maintain the system under conditions simulating combat stress and peacetime conditions. The independent Operational Test Activity will use production or production representative articles for OT&E that supports the FRP decision. Modeling and simulation should be considered during test planning. OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT The objectives of this activity are the execution of a support program that meets the threshold values of all support performance requirements and sustainment 2018 409 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

412 Systems by Contractor 60° Pharmaceuticals Alliant Techsystems Enhanced Medium Altitude • • Mine Protection Vehicle Family • • Small Arms — Crew Served Reconnaissance and Surveillance Pharmaceutical Systems (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Weapons (CSW) (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- System (EMARSS) AAI Corp. Fixed Wing • Detonation (EHP) Shadow Tactical Unmanned Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) Allison Transmission • • ANP Technologies Aircraft System (TUAS) — RQ-7Bv2 • Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 Medical Support Systems and • ADSI • Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles • Evacuation (MSSE) High Mobility Engineer Excavator (FMTV) AASKI Technology (HMEE) I Army Key Management • Applied Companies AlphaMicron Infrastructure (AKMI) • Soldier Protection System (SPS) AECOM Aviation Combined Arms Tactical • Trainer (AVCATT) Abbott Point of Care Assault Breach Vehicle (ABV) • Neurotrauma and Psychological • American Ordnance Aerovironment, Inc. Arcos Medical, Inc. Artillery Ammunition Health (NPH) • Combat Trauma and Acute • • Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft Rehabilitation (CTAR) AM General System (SUAS) — RQ-11B Acambis plc High Mobility Multipurpose Medical Countermeasure Systems • • Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) Aimpoint, Inc. Argon ST (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger • Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) • Multi-purpose Anti-armor Anti- Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • personnel Weapon System Amivas Acrow Bridge ARMTEC (MAAWS) M3E1 Artillery Ammunition • Line of Communications Bridge • Pharmaceutical Systems • (LOCB) Airborne Systems North America • AMT Joint Precision Airdrop System AT&T • Installation Information Mortar Systems (JPADS) Action Manufacturing • Infrastructure Modernization • Artillery Ammunition AMTEC Corp. Program (I3MP) Airbus Helicopter, Inc. • Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Systems Ammunition — Medium Caliber • • Lakota Light Utility Helicopter Avon Protection Systems Adams Communications & (LUH) — UH-72A Anniston Army Depot Joint Service General Purpose Engineering Technology • Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 • Mask (JSGPM) — M-50/M-51 Airborne Reconnaissance Low • Alion Science and Technology (ARL) Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) • Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) • UNITED STATES ARMY 410

413 • Defense Enterprise Wideband Battelle Memorial Institute • Avox Systems Heavy Equipment Recovery SATCOM System (DEWSS) • • Medical Countermeasure Systems Joint Service Aircrew Mask - Combat Utility Lift and Evacuation Enhanced Medium Altitude • (MCS) — Chemical Defense Rotary Wing (JSAM — RW) MPU-5 System (HERCULES) Improved Recovery Vehicle — M88A2 Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Reconnaissance and Surveillance • System (EMARSS) AVT Simulation Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Berg Company • • Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Systems Integrated Family of Test • Battlefield Kitchen (BK) Equipment (IFTE) Trainer (AVCATT) • Lightweight 155 mm Howitzer Close Combat Tactical Trainer • System (LW155) (CCTT) Medium Dozer — T-9 Booz Allen Hamilton • Bechtel Common Hardware Systems (CHS) • Mine Protection Vehicle Family • • Assembled Chemical Weapons • Distributed Common Ground Alternatives (ACWA) BAE Systems (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- • Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle System–Army (DCGS-A) Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass Detonation (EHP) (AMPV) Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems • Paladin Family of Vehicles (FOV) — • • Assembled Chemical Weapons Bowhead Common Hardware Systems (CHS) • Alternatives (ACWA) (BFVS) — M2/M3 M109A6 Paladin/M992A2 FA ASV/ Common Missile Warning M109A7 SPH/M992A3 CAT and • Bowhead Logistics Solutions System (CMWS), Advanced Bethel Industries Extended Range Cannon Artillery Soldier Protection System (SPS) • (ERCA) Tactical Mission Command (TMC) Threat Detection System (ATDS), • • Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) Laser Detection System (LDS), BrainScope • Range Radar Replacement BioFire Defense, LLC Modernized Radar Warning • • Program (RRRP) Medical Countermeasure Systems Receiver (MRWR), Advanced Neurotrauma and Psychological Health (NPH) Threat Infrared Countermeasures (MCS) — Diagnostics • Soldier Protection System (SPS) (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Birdon Corporation Bravura Information Technologies, Countermeasure (CIRCM) Banyan Biomarkers programs Neurotrauma and Psychological • Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) Inc. • Distributed Common Ground Persistent Surveillance Systems- • Health (NPH) • Bluegrass Army Depot System–Army (DCGS-A) Tethered (PSS-T) Barrett Firearms Manufacturing • • Artillery Ammunition Enhanced Night Vision Goggle Inc. Buffalo Turbine (ENVG) Mine Protection Vehicle Family • • Family of Weapon Sights — • Boeing Small Arms — Precision Weapons Individual (FWS-I) Apache Attack Helicopter AH- • (PW) (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle High Mobility Engineer Excavator • 64D/E (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- • Chinook — CH-47F (HMEE) III Detonation (EHP) 2018 411 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

414 Systems by Contractor • Small Arms — Individual Weapons BWAY Corporation Motor Grader — 120M • Day & Zimmermann-Lone Star • • • (IW) Artillery Ammunition Ammunition — Small Caliber Scraper — 621G Dell CONCO CACI Ceradyne, Inc. • Army Key Management • • Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Systems Soldier Protection System (SPS) • Distributed Common Ground Infrastructure (AKMI) System–Army (DCGS-A) Chemring Ordnance Integrated Personnel and Pay • Crane Army Ammunition Activity Artillery Ammunition • System-Army (IPPS-A) Detroit Diesel Artillery Ammunition • Medical Communications for Line Haul Tractor • • Critical Solutions International, Chemring Sensors & Electronic Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Nuclear Biological Chemical Inc. Systems DOK-ING • Husky Mounted Detection System • • Mine Protection Vehicle Family • Robotic Mine Flail — M160 Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) (HMDS) — Stryker Sensor Suites (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Draper Laboratory, Inc. • Joint Biological Tactical Detection (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Detonation (EHP) System (JBTDS) Cangene Corporation • Joint Precision Airdrop System • (JPADS) Medical Countermeasure Systems Cubic Global Defense (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Acquisition Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Home Station Instrumentation Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger Contractors Dynamics Research Corporation • • • Camel II Unit Water Pod System Army Key Management Training System (HITS) Capco Inc Infrastructure (AKMI) • Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Small Arms — Individual Weapons ChromoLogic, LLC • Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) (IW) Combat Trauma and Acute • DynCorp International • Rehabilitation (CTAR) Fixed Wing Carter Enterprises, LLC Cummins Power Generation Soldier Protection System (SPS) Tactical Electric Power (TEP) Dynetics, Inc. Cole Engineering Services, Inc. • • • Aviation Combined Arms Tactical • Calibration Sets Equipment (CALSETS) Trainer (AVCATT) C ymSTAR, LLC Case New Holland Aviation Combined Arms Tactical One Semi-Automated Force • • High Mobility Engineer Excavator • DynPort Vaccine Trainer (AVCATT) (OneSAF) (HMEE) III Medical Countermeasure Systems • (MCS) — Chemical Defense Caterpillar, Inc. Colt Defense, LLC Daimler Trucks North America Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles • • Small Arms — Crew Served LLC/Freightliner (FMTV) Weapons (CSW) Line Haul Tractor • • Medium Dozer — T-9 UNITED STATES ARMY 412

415 Esri • Small Arms — Individual Weapons Medical Countermeasure Systems General Dynamics Land Systems • (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Acquisition (IW) Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 • Distributed Common Ground • • Assault Breach Vehicle (ABV) System–Army (DCGS-A) Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger • Mine Protection Vehicle Family General Atomics Aeronautical Eurofins Advantar Eagle Industries (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft • (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Soldier Protection System (SPS) • • Pharmaceutical Systems System (UAS) — MQ-1C Detonation (EHP) Nuclear Biological Chemical • General Dynamics Elbit Systems of America Fabrique National Manufacturing, Common Hardware Systems (CHS) • Mortar Systems Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) • LLC • — Stryker Sensor Suites Communications Security • Small Arms — Crew Served Weapons (CSW) Emergent Biosolutions (COMSEC) • Stryker Family of Vehicles (FOV) • Distributed Common Ground • Medical Countermeasure Systems System–Army (DCGS-A) General Dynamics Land Systems Fast-Track Drugs and Biologics, (MCS) — Chemical Defense Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket • – Canada LLC Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Mine Protection Vehicle Family • Pharmaceutical Systems Systems • • Endeavor Robotics (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Common Robotic System (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Fidelity Technologies Corporation • Detonation (EHP) Individual (CRS(I)) Program (I3MP) • Tactical Electric Power (TEP) Tactical Mission Command (TMC) • Man Transportable Robotic System • Increment II (MTRS Inc II) • Tactical Network Transport On-the- FLIR Systems, Inc. General Dynamics Mission Move Systems Chemical, Biological, • Engineering Solutions and Radiological, Nuclear Dismounted • Communications Security General Dynamics European Land Products (COMSEC) Reconnaissance Sets, Kits, and • Systems – Germany • Outfits (CBRN DR SKO) Home Station Instrumentation Tactical Network Transport Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) • Training System (HITS) Entwistle Fluke Corp. Intelligence Electronic Warfare • Load Handling System Compatible • General Dynamics Information Calibration Sets Equipment Tactical Proficiency Trainer • (CALSETS) (IEWTPT) Water Tank Rack (Hippo) Technology • • Joint Effects Model (JEM) 1 and 2 • Medical Simulation Training Center Test Equipment Modernization Equinix Medical Simulation Training Center (TEMOD) (MSTC) • • Combat Service Support Prophet • (MSTC) Tactical Network Transport FN America LLC Communications (CSS Comms) • • Tactical Mission Command (TMC) Small Arms — Crew Served • Weapons (CSW) 2018 413 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

416 Systems by Contractor Heckler and Koch Defense Inc. General Dynamics Ordnance and Gilead Sciences IAP Inc. • • • Small Arms — Individual Weapons Tactical Systems Medical Countermeasure Systems Defense Enterprise Wideband (IW) Ammunition — Medium Caliber (MCS) — Biological Defense • SATCOM System (DEWSS) Therapeutics (BDTX) • Ammunition — Tank HDT Artillery Ammunition • InBios International, Inc. Pharmaceutical Systems • • Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) Goodrich • Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Systems • Chinook — CH-47F • IBM Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) Holston Army Ammunition Plant • Small Arms — Crew Served • Griffon Aerospace Distributed Common Ground • Artillery Ammunition • System-Army (DCGS-A) • Weapons (CSW) Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Targets Honeywell • General Fund Enterprise Business Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 • GS Engineering General Electric Systems (GFEBS) Chinook — CH-47F Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — • Mine Protection Vehicle Family • • Infrascan UH/HH-60 (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Neurotrauma and Psychological HP • Distributed Common Ground Detonation (EHP) Gentex Corp. Health (NPH) • • Soldier Protection System (SPS) System–Army (DCGS-A) IRTC Gulfstream Humacyte, Inc. • Georgia Tech Applied Research • Fixed Wing Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar • Combat Trauma and Acute — AN/MPQ-64 Corporation • Rehabilitation (CTAR) Common Missile Warning Harris System (CMWS), Advanced • Communications Security Isometrics, Inc. Modular Fuel System (MFS) (COMSEC) • Threat Detection System (ATDS), Human Biomed Inc. Combat Trauma and Acute Defense Enterprise Wideband • Laser Detection System (LDS), • Rehabilitation (CTAR) Janssen Modernized Radar Warning SATCOM System (DEWSS) Pharmaceutical Systems Receiver (MRWR), Advanced • Enhanced Night Vision Goggle • Hydrema Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ENVG) JANUS Mine Protection Vehicle Family • Handheld, Manpack and Small • (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Form Fit (HMS) • Tactical Network Transport Countermeasure (CIRCM) programs (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Detonation (EHP) Hawk Protection JCB Soldier Protection System (SPS) • • High Mobility Engineer Excavator (HMEE) I UNITED STATES ARMY 414

417 Combat Service Support King Aerospace L3 IEC • • Light Capability Rough Terrain • Communications (CSS Comms) Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) • Forklift (LCRTF) Fixed Wing Enhanced Night Vision Goggle Route Clearance Interrogation • • L3 Technologies Kipper Tool Company (ENVG) System (RCIS) Type 1 • • • Apache Attack Helicopter AH- Family of Weapon Sights — Family of Engineer Combat and Johns Hopkins University Applied Individual (FWS-I) 64D/E Construction Sets (ECACS) Heavy Equipment Transporter • • Physics Laboratory Screening Obscuration Module System (HETS) Defense Enterprise Wideband • (SOM) Knight's Armament Co. • Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) SATCOM System (DEWSS) • Small Arms — Precision Weapons L3 Warrior Sensor Systems • Joint Battle Command-Platform (PW) • Joint Manufacturing & Technology (JBC-P) Enhanced Night Vision Goggle Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace Center (ENVG) • Joint Effects Targeting System • Common Remotely Operated Enhanced Night Vision Goggle - • • (JETS) Target Location Designation High Mobility Multipurpose System (TLDS) Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) Binocular (ENVG-B) Weapon Station (CROWS) • Modular Fuel System (MFS) Mobile Maintenance Equipment • Test Equipment Modernization • Systems (MMES) Laerdal Medical L3 Communication Systems Combat Service Support • (TEMOD) Medical Simulation Training Center • Joint Systems Manufacturing Communications (CSS Comms) (MSTC) • Center Communications Security Letterkenny Army Depot Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 Leidos • Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) • (COMSEC) Distributed Common Ground • Advanced Field Artillery Tactical • • Mine Protection Vehicle Family KDH Defense Systems (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle Data System (AFATDS) System–Army (DCGS-A) (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Soldier Protection System (SPS) • • Airborne Reconnaissance Low Detonation (EHP) (ARL) L3 Communication Systems - West Biometric Enabling Capability • Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Keysight Technologies, Inc. • Calibration Sets Equipment Lex Products Corp. (BEC) Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) Distributed Common Ground • (CALSETS) • L3 Fuzing and Ordnance Systems • Mortar Systems System–Army (DCGS-A) • Test Equipment Modernization Fixed Wing Lockheed Martin • (TEMOD) One Semi-Automated Force • L3 Aerospace Systems Apache Attack Helicopter AH- • KGS (OneSAF) • Enhanced Medium Altitude 64D/E Medical Simulation Training Center • • Distributed Common Ground Reconnaissance and Surveillance System–Army (DCGS-A) Leonardo DRS System (EMARSS) (MSTC) Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Fixed Wing • Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) • 2018 415 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

418 Systems by Contractor Joint Land Component • • Massachusetts Institute of Mil-Mar Century, Inc. Guided Multiple Launch Rocket • Technology, Lincoln Laboratory System (GMLRS) DPICM/Unitary/ Constructive Training Capability Load Handling System Compatible • Medical Support Systems and Alternative Warhead Water Tank Rack (Hippo) (JLCCTC) Evacuation (MSSE) • HELLFIRE Family of Missiles LogiCore Mirion Technologies High Mobility Artillery Rocket • Common Missile Warning • Joint Personal Dosimeter - System (HIMARS) — M142 • Matech Individual (JPD-IND) Mortar Systems • System (CMWS), Advanced Javelin • Threat Detection System (ATDS), • Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) Laser Detection System (LDS), • ManTech MITRE Multiple Launch Rocket System • Modernized Radar Warning Distributed Common Ground (MLRS) — M270A1 • Distributed Common Ground System–Army (DCGS-A) Receiver (MRWR), Advanced System–Army (DCGS-A) • PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 Threat Infrared Countermeasures (PAC-3) (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Nanohmics McAlester Army Ammunition Plant • Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) • • Artillery Ammunition Countermeasure (CIRCM) • Medical Support Systems and Range Radar Replacement Program (RRRP) programs Evacuation (MSSE) Meggitt Training Systems Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II • Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Longbow LLC • Control Apache Attack Helicopter AH- Division Army Tactical Missile System 64D/E • Unified Command Suite (UCS) Meridian Medical Technologies • (ATACMS) Medical Countermeasure Systems • (MCS) — Chemical Defense Navistar Defense Luna Innovations Inc. Combat Trauma and Acute • Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mine Resistant Ambush Protected • Rehabilitation (CTAR) Meritor Mission Systems Vehicles (MRAP) Familty of Medium Tactical Vehicles • Counterfire Target Acquisition • Mabey, Inc Radar — AN/TPQ-53 (FMTV) NetApp Line Haul Tractor • Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Line of Communications Bridge Distributed Common Ground • • • System–Army (DCGS-A) (LOCB) Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) Microsoft • Mandus Group Neomatrix Therapeutics Distributed Common Ground • System–Army (DCGS-A) • Mobile Maintenance Equipment Lockheed Martin Training and Combat Trauma and Acute Systems (MMES) Logistics Solutions • Tactical Mission Command (TMC) Rehabilitation (CTAR) • Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) UNITED STATES ARMY 416

419 • Joint Tactical Ground Station Northrop Grumman Technology Neurokinetic Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical • (JTAGS) Services • Truck (HEMTT)/HEMTT Extended Neurotrauma and Psychological Fixed Wing Health (NPH) Lightweight Laser Designator • Service Program (ESP) • Rangefinder (LLDR) AN/PED-1, AN/ Heavy Equipment Transporter • PED -1A and AN / PED -1B System (HETS) Nomad GCS Nova Technologies Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) • • Unified Command Suite (UCS) Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) • Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) • Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (RAM) Immersive System Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) • • Northrop Grumman Warn • • Call For Fire Trainer Increment 3 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Air and Missile Defense Planning • Vehicles (MRAP) (CFFT-3) • Spider — Command Destruct and Control System (AMDPCS) • Networked Command Munition Palletized Load System (PLS) and PLS Extended Service Program • Airborne Reconnaissance Low Dispensing Set: Increment 1A Oculogica • (ARL) Neurotrauma and Psychological (ESP) • Northrop Grumman Information Health (NPH) Army Integrated Air and Missile Technology Defense (IAMD) Palantir Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Common Missile Warning Olin Corporation Distributed Common Ground • • System (CMWS), Advanced Ammunition — Small Caliber • System–Army (DCGS-A) • Joint Warning and Reporting Threat Detection System (ATDS), Network (JWARN) 1 • PD Systems Joint Warning and Reporting Laser Detection System (LDS), Ology Bioservices Network (JWARN) 2 Tactical Electric Power (TEP) Medical Countermeasure Systems Modernized Radar Warning • • Receiver (MRWR), Advanced (MCS) — Chemical Defense Threat Infrared Countermeasures Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Northrop Grumman Innovation Pearson Engineering LTD • (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Systems Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) Ammunition — Medium Caliber • Optics 1 Countermeasure (CIRCM) • programs Ammunition — Small Caliber Laser Target Locator Module 2 • Pine Bluff Arsenal Artillery Ammunition • Ammunition — Tank • (LTLM 2) • Defense Enterprise Wideband • Chemical Biological Protective SATCOM System (DEWSS) • Oracle Artillery Ammunition Forward Area Air Defense • Distributed Common Ground • Spider — Command Destruct Shelter (CBPS) - M8E1 • Networked Command Munition Command and Control (FAAD C2) Chemical, Biological, System–Army (DCGS-A) • Dispensing Set: Increment 1A Radiological, Nuclear Dismounted Global Combat Support System- • Oshkosh Reconnaissance Sets, Kits, and Army (GCSS-Army) Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) Northrop Grumman Mission • Outfits (CBRN DR SKO) Mortar Systems Systems • Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles • Integrated Family of Test • (FMTV) Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Equipment (IFTE) 2018 417 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

420 Systems by Contractor Saab Dynamics AB Ready One PM Ground Soldier (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared • Mortar Systems • • M3E1 Multi-purpose Anti-armor Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) Countermeasure (CIRCM) programs Anti-personnel Weapon System Redhat POCAL Industries, Inc. (MAAWS) • Rafa • Distributed Common Ground Mortar Systems Medical Countermeasure Systems Saab Training USA, LLC System–Army (DCGS-A) • (MCS) — Chemical Defense Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Point Blank Protective Apparel and • Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Uniforms Red River Army Depot Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) High Mobility Multipurpose • • Soldier Protection System (SPS) Raytheon Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) • Polo Custom Products, Inc. SAIC Distributed Common Ground Remington Arms Co. Inc. • Medical Support Systems and • Common Missile Warning System–Army (DCGS-A) System (CMWS), Advanced • Small Arms — Precision Weapons • Improved Target Acquisition Evacuation (MSSE) Threat Detection System (ATDS), (PW) System (ITAS) Laser Detection System (LDS), Javelin • Potomac Fusion Modernized Radar Warning • Revision Military Ltd. • PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 Distributed Common Ground • Soldier Protection System (SPS) (PAC-3) System–Army (DCGS-A) Receiver (MRWR), Advanced • Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Riptide Software, Inc. PPD Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) Pharmaceutical Systems Countermeasure (CIRCM) Medical Simulator Training Center • • Raytheon Intelligence, Information (MSTC) programs QinetiQ North America and Services • Common Robotic System • Medical Simulation Training Center Siemens Rockwell Collins • (MSTC) Individual (CRS(I)) Installation Information • Chinook — CH-47F Handheld, Manpack and Small • Infrastructure Modernization Form Fit (HMS) Program (I3MP) Raytheon Missile Systems Quantitech, Inc. Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar • Common Missile Warning • SafeNet Sierra Nevada Corporation System (CMWS), Advanced (C-RAM) Intercept Land-based Army Key Management Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) • Communications Security Threat Detection System (ATDS), • Excalibur Precision 155 mm (COMSEC) • Infrastructure (AKMI) Laser Detection System (LDS), • Enhanced Medium Altitude Modernized Radar Warning Projectiles Receiver (MRWR), Advanced Reconnaissance and Surveillance Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) • Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, • Threat Infrared Countermeasures System (EMARSS) Fixed Wing Wireless-Guided (TOW) Missiles • UNITED STATES ARMY 418

421 S RCTec, LLC • TFAB Defense Systems Medical Support Systems and Tucson Embedded Systems • • Improved Environmental Control Evacuation (MSSE) Distributed Common Ground Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar • (LCMR) — AN/TPQ-50 System–Army (DCGS-A) Units (IECU) Sigmatech, Inc. State University of New York Thales Defense & Security, Inc. • Joint Tactical Ground Station U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and (JTAGS) • Pharmaceutical Systems • Handheld, Manpack and Small Engineering Center Form Fit (HMS) Prototype Integration Facility, STERIS Sig Sauer Inc. • Thales Raytheon Systems Joint Service Equipment Wipe Redstone Defense Systems • Small Arms — Individual Weapons • (JSEW) Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — (IW) Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar • — AN/MPQ-64 UH/HH-60 Sikorsky Support Systems Associates, Inc. • Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — US Ordnance • Therapure Biopharma Inc. Fixed Wing • Small Arms — Crew Served UH/HH-60 • Medical Countermeasure Systems Weapons (MCS) — Chemical Defense Systems Engineering Solutions, Smiths Detection Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Inc. • United Technologies Aerospace Joint Chemical Agent Detector Fixed Wing • • Systems (JCAD) — M4A1 Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) TJ, Inc. • Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) Common Missile Warning • Software Engineering Directorate Immersive System Takeda Pharmaceuticals System (CMWS), Advanced Call For Fire Trainer Increment 3 • (SED), U.S. Army Aviation and • Threat Detection System (ATDS), Pharmaceutical Systems Laser Detection System (LDS), (CFFT-3) Missile Research, Development Modernized Radar Warning Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. and Engineering Center • • Joint Battle Command-Platform Tobyhanna Army Depot Test Equipment Modernization Receiver (MRWR), Advanced Mobile Maintenance Equipment (TEMOD) Threat Infrared Countermeasures • (JBC-P) Systems (MMES) (ATIRCM) and Common Infrared Southeastern Computer Countermeasure (CIRCM) Textron Aviation programs Fixed Wing Tri-Tech USA, Inc. • Consultants, Inc. • Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) • Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) Tactical Mission Command (TMC) • University of Maryland • Southwest Research Institute Triton Systems Textron Defense Systems Pharmaceutical Systems • • • Combat Trauma and Acute Medical Countermeasure Systems Spider — Command Destruct Rehabilitation (CTAR) Networked Command Munition (MCS) — Chemical Defense Dispensing Set: Increment 1A Pharmaceuticals (CDP) 2018 419 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

422 Systems by Contractor VT Miltope Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. Integrated Family of Test • • Medical Countermeasure Systems Equipment (IFTE) • (MCS) — Chemical Defense Mortar Systems Pharmaceuticals (CDP) Watervliet Arsenal Vascular Solutions Inc. Mortar Systems • Pharmaceutical Systems • Westa Pharmaceutical Systems Viasat • Communications Security • XMCO Inc. (COMSEC) Joint Battle Command-Platform • Assault Breach Vehicle (ABV) • • High Mobility Engineer Excavator (JBC-P) (HMEE) I and III ViaTech Systems, Inc. • Distributed Common Ground Zeta Associates • System–Army (DCGS-A) Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) Vigor Works LLC ZOLL Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) Combat Trauma and Acute • • Rehabilitation (CTAR) Vision Ability Execution, Inc. • Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP) Visionary Products, Inc. Radiological Detection System • (RDS) VMware Distributed Common Ground • System–Army (DCGS-A) UNITED STATES ARMY 420

423 Contractors by State Florida Alabama • NetApp L3 Communication Systems • • Northrop Grumman • AVT Simulation Anniston Army Depot • Lockheed Martin • • Banyan Biomarkers Northrop Grumman Information Raytheon • • Dynetics, Inc. • • Raytheon Missile Systems • • Chemring Ordnance General Dynamics Ordnance and Technology Tactical Systems • Tucson Embedded Systems • • Cole Engineering Services, Inc. Northrop Grumman Mission General Dynamics Mission Systems • • Griffon Aerospace Systems • Oracle Arkansas IRTC • General Dynamics Ordnance and • Tactical Systems Palantir • • • AMTEC Corp. Leonardo DRS Harris • • • Thales Raytheon Systems Lockheed Martin • LogiCore • • Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire • Hawk Protection Northrop Grumman Viasat • VMware • • Control Knight's Armament Co. • Quantitech, Inc. • SAIC • Pine Bluff Arsenal L3 Technologies • Sigmatech, Inc. Leidos • • Colorado • Software Engineering Directorate • Birdon Corporation • California Leonardo DRS (SED), U.S. Army Aviation and Capco Inc • Lockheed Martin • • Aerovironment, Inc. • Missile Research, Development and Lockheed Martin • • Applied Companies Lockheed Martin Rotary and Keysight Technologies, Inc. • • Argon ST Mission Systems Engineering Center • Support Systems Associates, Inc. • Lockheed Martin Training and Northrop Grumman • ARMTEC • BAE Systems Systems Engineering Solutions, Inc. • • Logistics Solutions • Longbow LLC Connecticut • Banyan Biomarkers • TFAB Defense Systems U.S. Army Aviation and Missile • Colt Defense, LLC Northrop Grumman • Boeing • • Goodrich • • Research Development and Northrop Grumman Information • Ceradyne, Inc. • Lex Products Corp. Technology Engineering Center (AMRDEC) ChromoLogic, LLC • Nova Technologies Prototype Integration Facility (PIF), • Sikorsky • • Cubic Global Defense Redstone Defense Systems (RDS) Ology Bioservices United Technologies Aerospace • • • Esri • Systems VT Miltope • Point Blank Protective Apparel and • Eurofins Advantar • General Atomics Aeronautical Uniforms Delaware • • Arizona General Dynamics Information Raytheon Technology • • Riptide Software, Inc. Alliant Techsystems ANP Technologies • • Saab Training USA, LLC BAE Systems • Gilead Sciences • Thales Raytheon Systems Boeing • • District of Columbia (DC) HP • Keysight Technologies, Inc. • 60° Pharmaceuticals • TJ, I n c. • • General Dynamics • Booz Allen Hamilton • L3 IEC • General Dynamics Mission Systems Siemens • Leonardo DRS Honeywell • • 2018 421 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

424 Contractors by State Johns Hopkins University Applied Georgia Detroit Diesel • • Kansas General Dynamics Land Systems • • BWAY Corporation Physics Laboratory Polo Custom Products, Inc. • • Mabey, Inc. • Textron Aviation • • GS Engineering General Dynamics Mission Systems • Matech • Georgia Tech Applied Research • Meritor Kentucky Meridian Medical Technologies XMCO Inc. • Corporation • • • Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass • Gulfstream Minnesota Division • • JCB Bluegrass Army Depot Kipper Tool Company Northrop Grumman CONCO • • Cummins Power Generation • • Meggitt Training Systems Northrop Grumman • • SafeNet • Northrop Grumman Innovation • Mirion Technologies • • Maine Sierra Nevada Corporation General Dynamics Ordnance and • Systems Smiths Detection • Vascular Solutions Inc. Thales Defense & Security, Inc. • Illinois Tactical Systems • University of Maryland • • Abbott Point of Care ZOLL • • Westa Maryland Caterpillar, Inc. • Equinix • Mississippi AAI Corp. • General Dynamics Ordnance and • AASKI Technology Massachusetts Olin Corporation • • Adams Communications & • • • Acambis plc Tactical Systems Thales Raytheon Systems • Joint Manufacturing & Technology Engineering Technology • Draper Laboratory, Inc. Center Endeavor Robotics • • Amivas Missouri Boeing • • BrainScope Mandus Group • • General Dynamics • • Navistar Defense Leonardo DRS • General Dynamics Mission Systems • Bravura Information Technologies Northrop Grumman Inc. • General Electric Northrop Grumman • • • • Takeda Pharmaceuticals CACI L3 Communication Systems • • Northrop Grumman Innovation Dynamics Research Corporation • • Massachusetts Institute of Systems • Indiana Technology, Lincoln Laboratory DynPort Vaccine • Montana Emergent Biosolutions • AECOM • QinetiQ North America Engineering Solutions and Products Raytheon Allison Transmission • • • • Nomad GCS • • Textron Defense Systems AM General • Fast-Track Drugs and Biologics, LLC • • Crane Army Ammunition Activity Triton Systems Nevada Sierra Nevada Corporation • • FLIR Systems, Inc. • General Dynamics Information Michigan Iowa US Ordnance • • • Technology American Ordnance AM General JANUS • Rockwell Collins Avon Protection Systems • • New Hampshire • BAE Systems BAE Systems • UNITED STATES ARMY 422

425 • Texas L3 Warrior Sensor Systems Remington Arms Co. Inc. • Oregon • SRCTec, LLC • Airbus Helicopter, Inc. • • Optics 1 Daimler Trucks North America LLC/ Arcos Medical, Inc. Sig Sauer Inc. State University of New York • Freightliner • • • • Watervliet Arsenal • AT&T Vigor Works LLC BAE Systems New Jersey • Pennsylvania • Day & Zimmermann-Lone Star North Carolina Acrow Bridge • Dell • Airborne Systems North America • • Chemring Sensors & Electronic Action Manufacturing • Systems • AMT BAE Systems Elbit Systems of America • • • • • Bethel Industries Boeing • Daimler Trucks North America LLC/ King Aerospace Freightliner L3 Aerospace Systems • Booz Allen Hamilton • Fidelity Technologies Corporation • L3 Communication Systems Leonardo DRS • • • General Dynamics Ordnance and Humacyte, Inc. • Tactical Systems • Lockheed Martin • Isometrics, Inc. MITRE • Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. • • KDH Defense Systems • • Gentex Corp. Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire PPD • • ViaTech Systems, Inc. Infrascan Control • • Redhat • Nanohmics • Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace New Mexico Letterkenny Army Depot • Northrop Grumman Technology • • Services • Neurokinetic Ohio Raytheon Missile Systems Potomac Fusion • • POCAL Industries, Inc. AlphaMicron • BAE Systems • Tobyhanna Army Depot • New York • Raytheon Ready One • Battelle Memorial Institute • ADSI • HDT • Avox Systems Red River Army Depot • • Rhode Island General Dynamics Information Southeastern Computer Buffalo Turbine • Joint Systems Manufacturing • • • Center Technology Consultants, Inc. Carter Enterprises, LLC • Southwest Research Institute L3 Fuzing and Ordnance Systems • General Dynamics Information • • Technology • Thales Raytheon Systems South Carolina Mil-Mar Century, Inc. • • Harris Caterpillar, Inc. • STERIS • IBM • Critical Solutions International, Inc. • Utah • L3 Communication Systems • Fabrique National Manufacturing, Oklahoma BioFire Defense, LLC • • • Laerdal Medical LLC • L3 Communication Systems – West Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Contractors • L3 Technologies Lockheed Martin • • FN America LLC Visionary Products, Inc. CymSTAR, LLC • Lockheed Martin Rotary and • • Mission Systems McAlester Army Ammunition Plant Tennessee • Barrett Firearms Manufacturing Inc. • Vermont Neomatrix Therapeutics • General Dynamics • Oculogica • Holston Army Ammunition Plant • 2018 423 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

426 Contractors by State INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTORS General Dynamics Ordnance and Northrop Grumman • • United Kingdom • • Northrop Grumman Innovation Tactical Systems BAE Systems • Human Biomed Inc. Pearson Engineering LTD Belgium • Systems Janssen Revision Military Ltd. • Raytheon Missile Systems • • PD Systems • • PM Ground Soldier Tri-Tech USA, Inc. • • Raytheon Canada Abbott Point of Care • Virginia • Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services Adams Communications & • Cangene Corporation • Vision Ability Execution, Inc. • General Dynamics Land Systems – • Engineering Technology • • Zeta Associates Aimpoint Inc. Canada • General Dynamics Ordnance and • Alion Science and Technology Tactical Systems Washington • BAE Systems • Bechtel • Berg Company • Therapure Biopharma Inc. • • • Bowhead Fluke Corp. Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. • General Dynamics Ordnance and Bowhead Logistics Solutions • • CACI Tactical Systems • Croatia • Chemring Sensors & Electronic InBios International, Inc. Systems • Microsoft DOK-ING • DynCorp International • Denmark Eagle Industries • West Virginia Entwistle • Leidos • Hydrema • • • Northrop Grumman Innovation General Dynamics Israel Systems • General Dynamics Information • Rafa Technology • Wisconsin General Dynamics Mission Systems Germany • • Harris AMTEC Corp. • Case New Holland General Dynamics European Land • Heckler and Koch Defense Inc. • IAP Inc. • Systems – Germany Oshkosh • • IBM • KGS Sweden Leidos Saab Dynamics AB • • • Leonardo DRS • Luna Innovations Inc. • Ma nTe ch UNITED STATES ARMY 424

427 Points of Contact Army Integrated Air and Missile Abrams Tank Upgrade — M1 Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) Air Soldier Systems (Air SS) PEO Ground Combat Systems PEO Combat Support and Combat Defense (IAMD) PEO Soldier 6001 E. 11 Mile Road 5901 Putman Road Service Support PEO Missiles and Space Warren, MI 49397 Building 328T 5250 Martin Road 6501 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-CS Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Warren, MI 49397 Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) Army Key Management Ammunition — Medium Caliber Infrastructure (AKMI) Assembled Chemical Weapons PEO Command, Control, PEO Ammunition PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical Alternatives (ACWA) SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Building 1, Buffington Road Communications–Tactical PEO Assembled Chemical Weapons 6590 Reconnaissance Street Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 Alternatives 6590 Reconnaissance Street Building 6010 8198 Blackhawk Road, Edgewood Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Building 6010 Ammunition — Small Caliber Area Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 ATTN: SFAE-ACW-Z Apache Attack Helicopter AH- PEO Ammunition SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition 64D/E Army Tactical Missile System Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010 PEO Aviation Building 1, Buffington Road (ATACMS) PEO Missiles and Space Assured-Positioning, Navigation Bldg 5681 Wood Road Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 and Timing (A-PNT) — Dismounted 5250 Martin Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Ammunition — Tank PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Air and Missile Defense Planning PEO Ammunition and Sensors and Control System (AMDPCS) SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) 6585 Surveillance Loop Building 6002 Building 1, Buffington Road PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Missiles and Space Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 5250 Martin Road Service Support Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle Assured Positioning Navigation SFAE-CS and Timing (A-PNT) — Mounted/ Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Targets (AMPV) Warren, MI 49397 PEO Simulation, Training and Anti-Jam Antenna System (AJAS) PEO Ground Combat Systems Artillery Ammunition Instrumentation PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare 6001 E. 11 Mile Road Warren, MI 49397 PEO Ammunition and Sensors 12211 Science Drive Orlando, FL 32826 SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition 6585 Surveillance Loop Building 6002 Building 1, Buffington Road Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 2018 425 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

428 Points of Contact Combat Trauma and Acute Chemical Biological Protective Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Calibration Sets Equipment (CALSETS) Rehabilitation (CTAR) Trainer (AVCAT T ) Shelter (CBPS) — M8E1 U.S. Army Medical Research and PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Simulation, Training and JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Instrumentation Service Support Materiel Command Radiological and Nuclear Defense 12211 Science Drive 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Aberdeen Proving Ground 810 Schreider Street Edgewood, MD 21010 Fort Detrick, MD 21702 Orlando, FL 32826 SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) Battlefield Kitchen (BK) Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Dismounted PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Combat Support and Combat Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) Service Support Immersive System Reconnaissance Sets, Kits and Service Support PEO Simulation, Training and 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Outfits (CBRN DR SKO) 6501 E. 11 Mile Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and SFAE-CS Instrumentation SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 12211 Science Drive Warren, MI 49397 Radiological and Nuclear Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground Orlando, FL 32826 Biometric Enabling Capability Edgewood, MD 21010 Common Hardware Systems (CHS) Call For Trainer, Increment III (BEC) PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CFFT III) PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare PEO Simulation, Training, and (CCTT) and Sensors 6590 Reconnaissance Street 6585 Surveillance Loop Instrumentation Building 6010 PEO Simulation, Training and Building 6002 12211 Science Drive Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Instrumentation Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 12211 Science Drive Orlando, FL 32826 Orlando, FL 32826 Camel II Unit Water Pod System Black Hawk Utility Helicopter — Combat Service Support UH/HH-60 PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support PEO Aviation Communications (CSS Comms) 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Enterprise Information Systems Bldg 5681 Wood Road 9350 Hall Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 SFAE-CS Bldg. 1445, Room 159 Warren, MI 49397 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems Chinook — CH-47F (BFVS) — M2/M3 PEO Aviation PEO Ground Combat Systems 6001 E. 11 Mile Road Bldg 5681 Wood Road Warren, MI 49397 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 UNITED STATES ARMY 426

429 Communications Security Distributed Common Ground Common Missile Warning Enhanced Night Vision Goggle System-Army (DCGS-A) System (CMWS), Advanced (COMSEC)) (ENVG) PEO Soldier PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare PEO Command, Control, Threat Detection System (ATDS), Communications–Tactical 5901 Putman Road and Sensors Laser Detection System (LDS), Building 328T 6590 Reconnaissance Street 6585 Surveillance Loop Modernized Radar Warning Receiver (MRWR), Advanced Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Building 6010 Building 6002 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Threat Infrared Countermeasures Enhanced Night Vision Goggle – (ATIRCM), and Common Infrared Early Entry Fluid Distribution Binocular (ENVG-B) Counterfire Target Acquisition Countermeasure (CIRCM) Radar — AN/TPQ-53 System (E2FDS) PEO Soldier programs PEO Missiles and Space PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare PEO Combat Support and Combat 5901 Putman Road Service Support 5250 Martin Road and Sensors Building 328T Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road 6585 Surveillance Loop Building 6002 SFAE-CS Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Excalibur Precision 155 mm Warren, MI 49397 Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar Projectiles (C-RAM) Intercept Land-based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) Common Remotely Operated PEO Ammunition Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) II SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Weapon Station (CROWS) PEO Simulation, Training and PEO Missiles and Space Building 1, Buffington Road Instrumentation PEO Soldier 5250 Martin Road 5901 Putman Road 12211 Science Drive Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 Building 328T Orlando, FL 32826 Fort Detrick, MD 21702 Expeditionary Water Packaging Defense Enterprise Wideband SATCOM Systems (DEWSS) Enhanced Medium Altitude System (EWPS) Common Robotic System- Reconnaissance and Surveillance PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Enterprise Information Systems 9350 Hall Road Individual (CRS(I)) Systems (EMARSS) Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Combat Support and Combat Bldg. 1445, Room 159 PEO Aviation Service Support Bldg 5681 Wood Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 SFAE-CS Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Warren, MI 49397 6501 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 2018 427 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

430 Points of Contact Family of Engineer Combat and Guided Multiple Launch Rocket General Fund Enterprise Business Family of Weapon Sights — Sniper Construction Sets (ECACS) System (GMLRS) Dual-Purpose Systems (GFEBS) (FWS-S) PEO Enterprise Information Systems PEO Soldier PEO Combat Support and Combat Improved Conventional Munition (DPICM)/Unitary/Alternative Service Support 5901 Putman Road 9350 Hall Road Building 328T Warhead 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Bldg. 1445, Room 159 SFAE-CS PEO Missiles and Space Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 5250 Martin Road Warren, MI 49397 Global Combat Support System- Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Fixed Wing PEO Aviation Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles Army (GCSS-Army) Bldg 5681 Wood Road Handheld, Manpack and Small PEO Enterprise Information Systems (FMTV) Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Form Fit (HMS) PEO Combat Support and Combat 9350 Hall Road PEO Command, Control and Service Support Bldg. 1445, Room 159 Communications – Tactical Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE) SFAE-CS 6590 Reconnaissance Street PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support Warren, MI 49397 Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft Building 6010 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 System (UAS) — MQ-1C Family of Weapon Sights — Crew SFAE-CS PEO Aviation Served (FWS-CS) Warren, MI 49397 Heavy Equipment Transporter Bldg 5681 Wood Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Soldier System (HETS) PEO Combat Support and Combat Forward Area Air Defense 5901 Putman Road Service Support Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) Command and Control (FAAD C2) Building 328T PEO Missiles and Space PEO Combat Support and Combat Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 6501 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-CS Service Support 5250 Martin Road Family of Weapon Sights — Warren, MI 49397 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Individual (FWS-I) SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical PEO Soldier Future Vertical Lift Family of Truck (HEMTT)/HEMTT Extended 5901 Putman Road Systems PEO Aviation Service Program (ESP) Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) Building 328T Bldg 5681 Wood Road PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Aviation Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Bldg 5681 Wood Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Service Support Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 UNITED STATES ARMY 428

431 HELLFIRE Family of Missiles Integrated Personnel and Pay Husky Mounted Detection System Indirect Fire Protection Capability (IFPC) Increment 2 – Intercept PEO Missiles and Space (HMDS) System-Army (IPPS-A) 5250 Martin Road Block 1 PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare PEO Enterprise Information Systems and Sensors PEO Missiles and Space Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 9350 Hall Road Bldg. 1445, Room 159 5250 Martin Road 6585 Surveillance Loop Building 6002 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) — M142 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 PEO Missiles and Space Intelligence Electronic Warfare Installation Information 5250 Martin Road Tactical Proficiency Trainer Hydra-70 2.75 Inch Rocket Infrastructure Modernization Systems (IEWTPT) Program (I3MP) Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Enterprise Information Systems PEO Missiles and Space PEO Simulation, Training and 5250 Martin Road 9350 Hall Road High Mobility Engineer Excavator Instrumentation 12211 Science Drive (HMEE) I and III Bldg. 1445, Room 159 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Combat Support and Combat Orlando, FL 32826 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Improved Environmental Control Service Support Instrumentable-Multiple Units (IECU) 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Javelin PEO Missiles and Space PEO Combat Support and Combat SFAE-CS Integrated Laser Engagement 5250 Martin Road Warren, MI 49397 System (I-MILES) Service Support Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Simulation, Training and SFAE-CS High Mobility Multipurpose Instrumentation 12211 Science Drive Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) Warren, MI 49397 PEO Combat Support and Combat Orlando, FL 32826 PEO Missiles and Space Improved Ribbon Bridge (IRB) Service Support 5250 Martin Road 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Integrated Family of Test Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Combat Support and Combat Equipment (IFTE) SFAE-CS Service Support Joint Assault Bridge (JAB) Warren, MI 49397 PEO Combat Support and Combat 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Service Support PEO Combat Support and Combat SFAE-CS 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Service Support Homestation Instrumentation Warren, MI 49397 SFAE-CS 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Training System (HITS) SFAE-CS PEO Simulation, Training and Warren, MI 49397 Improved Target Acquisition Instrumentation Warren, MI 49397 System (ITAS) PEO Missiles and Space 12211 Science Drive 5250 Martin Road Orlando, FL 32826 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 2018 429 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

432 Points of Contact Joint Effects Targeting System Joint Precision Airdrop System Joint Battle Command-Platform Joint Service General Purpose Mask (JSGPM) M-50/M-51 (JETS) Target Location (JPADS) (JBC-P) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Designation System (TLDS) PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Command, Control, PEO Soldier Radiological and Nuclear Defense Service Support Communications–Tactical Aberdeen Proving Ground 6501 E. 11 Mile Road 6590 Reconnaissance Street 5901 Putman Road SFAE-CS Building 6010 Edgewood, MD 21010 Building 328T Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Warren, MI 49397 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Joint Warning and Reporting Joint Biological Tactical Detection Joint Land Component Network (JWARN) 1 Joint Service Aircrew Mask - Rotary Wing (JSAM — RW) MPU-5 JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and System (JBTDS) Constructive Training Capability Radiological and Nuclear Defense JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and (JLCCTC) Radiological and Nuclear Defense Radiological and Nuclear Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground PEO Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Edgewood, MD 21010 Aberdeen Proving Ground Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 12211 Science Drive Edgewood, MD 21010 Joint Warning and Reporting Orlando, FL 32826 Joint Service Equipment Wipe Network (JWARN) 2 Joint Chemical Agent Detector JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) (JCAD) — M4A1 (JSEW) PEO Combat Support and Combat JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological and Nuclear Defense Radiological and Nuclear Defense Radiological and Nuclear Defense Service Support Aberdeen Proving Ground 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Aberdeen Proving Ground Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 Edgewood, MD 21010 SFAE-CS Edgewood, MD 21010 Lakota Light Utility Helicopter Warren, MI 49397 (LUH) — UH-72A Joint Effects Model (JEM) 1 and 2 Joint Service General Purpose Mask (JSGPM) — M-50/M-51 JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and PEO Aviation Joint Personal Dosimeter - Bldg 5681 Wood Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological and Nuclear Defense Individual (JPD-IND) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Aberdeen Proving Ground Radiological and Nuclear Defense Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Edgewood, MD 21010 Radiological and Nuclear Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 Aberdeen Proving Ground Laser Target Locator Module 2 Edgewood, MD 21010 ( LTLM 2 ) Joint Tactical Ground Station PEO Soldier (JTAGS) 5901 Putman Road PEO Missiles and Space Building 328T Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 5250 Martin Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 UNITED STATES ARMY 430

433 Medical Countermeasure Systems Line Haul Tractor Light Capability Rough Terrain Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift and Evacuation Forklift (LCRTF) PEO Combat Support and Combat (MCS) — Chemical Defense Pharmaceuticals (CDP) PEO Combat Support and Combat System (HERCULES) Improved Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Recovery Vehicle — M88A2 Service Support SFAE-CS 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Ground Combat Systems Radiological and Nuclear Defense Warren, MI 49397 Aberdeen Proving Ground 6001 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-CS Edgewood, MD 21010 Warren, MI 49397 Warren, MI 49397 Line of Communications Bridge Lightweight 155 mm Howitzer (LOCB) Man-portable Radiological Medical Countermeasure Systems PEO Combat Support and Combat System (LW155) Detections System (MRDS) (MCS) — Diagnostics JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and PEO Ammunition Service Support JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological and Nuclear Defense SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Radiological and Nuclear Defense SFAE-CS Building 1, Buffington Road Aberdeen Proving Ground Aberdeen Proving Ground Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 Warren, MI 49397 Edgewood, MD 21010 Edgewood, MD 21010 Medical Countermeasure Systems Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar Load Handling System Compatible Man Transportable Robotic (MCS) — Joint Vaccine Acquisition Water Tank Rack (Hippo) System Increment II (MTRS Inc II) (LCMR) — AN/TPQ-50 Program (JVAP) and Bioscavenger PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Missiles and Space Service Support Service Support JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and 5250 Martin Road Radiological and Nuclear Defense 6501 E. 11 Mile Road 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 SFAE-CS SFAE-CS Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 Warren, MI 49397 Lightweight Laser Designator Warren, MI 49397 Rangefinder (LLDR) AN/PED-1, AN/ Medical Countermeasure Systems Medical Countermeasure Systems M3E1 Multi-purpose Anti-armor PED-1A and AN/PED-1B (MCS) — Platforms for Rapid PEO Soldier (MCS) — Biological Defense Anti-personnel Weapon System Integrated Solutions for Medical 5901 Putman Road Therapeutics (BDTX) (MAAWS) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Countermeasures (PRISM) PEO Soldier Building 328T 5901 Putman Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Radiological and Nuclear Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground Radiological and Nuclear Defense Building 328T Edgewood, MD 21010 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 2018 431 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

434 Points of Contact Medical Communications for Next Generation Squad Weapons Motor Grader — 120M Mine Protection Vehicle Family PEO Combat Support and Combat Combat Casualty Care (MC4) (MPVF), Mine Clearing Vehicle (NGSW) PEO Soldier PEO Enterprise Information Systems (MCV), Explosive Hazard Pre- Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road 5901 Putman Road 9350 Hall Road Detonation (EHP) PEO Combat Support and Combat Building 328T SFAE-CS Bldg. 1445, Room 159 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Warren, MI 49397 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Nuclear Biological Chemical Medical Simulation Training Multiple Launch Rocket System SFAE-CS Center (MSTC) (MLRS) — M270A1 Warren, MI 49397 Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) PEO Missiles and Space PEO Simulation, Training and — Stryker Sensor Suites Instrumentation Mobile Maintenance Equipment 5250 Martin Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological and Nuclear Defense Systems (MMES) 12211 Science Drive Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Combat Support and Combat Orlando, FL 32826 Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 Service Support Nett Warrior (NW) PEO Soldier 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Medical Support Systems and 5901 Putman Road SFAE-CS One Semi-Automated Force Evacuation (MSSE) Warren, MI 49397 (OneSAF) U.S. Army Medical Research and Building 328T Materiel Command PEO Simulation, Training and Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Instrumentation 810 Schreider Street Modular Fuel System (MFS) Neurotrauma and Psychological PEO Combat Support and Combat Fort Detrick, MD 21702 12211 Science Drive Health (NPH) Service Support Orlando, FL 32826 Medium Dozer — T-9 U.S. Army Medical Research and 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Paladin Family of Vehicles (FOV) — Materiel Command PEO Combat Support and Combat SFAE-CS Warren, MI 49397 M109A6 Paladin/M992A2 FAASV/ Service Support 810 Schreider Street Fort Detrick, MD 21702 M109A7 SPH/M992A3 CAT and 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Mortar Systems SFAE-CS Extended Range Cannon Artillery Warren, MI 49397 PEO Ammunition (ERCA) Next Generation Chemical Detector (NGCD) PEO Ground Combat Systems SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Building 1, Buffington Road 6001 E. 11 Mile Road JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological and Nuclear Defense Warren, MI 49397 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 Aberdeen Proving Ground Edgewood, MD 21010 UNITED STATES ARMY 432

435 Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) Scraper — 621G Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft Palletized Load System (PLS) and System (SUAS) — RQ-11B PLS Extended Service Program PEO Combat Support and Combat PEO Missiles and Space (ESP) 5250 Martin Road PEO Aviation Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Combat Support and Combat Bldg 5681 Wood Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 SFAE-CS Service Support Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 6501 E. 11 Mile Road Warren, MI 49397 Prophet SFAE-CS Render Safe Sets, Kits & Outfits PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Warren, MI 49397 (RS SKO) Screening Obscuration Module and Sensors (SOM) PEO Ammunition 6585 Surveillance Loop SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Building 6002 PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 JPEO for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Building 1, Buffington Road Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 (PAC-3) Aberdeen Proving Ground PEO Missiles and Space Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 5250 Martin Road Pseudolites Edgewood, MD 21010 Robotic Mine Flail — M160 PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 and Sensors Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable PEO Combat Support and Combat Persistent Surveillance Systems– Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) Service Support 6585 Surveillance Loop 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Command, Control, Tethered (PSS-T) Building 6002 PEO Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Communications–Tactical SFAE-CS and Sensors Warren, MI 49397 6590 Reconnaissance Street Building 6010 6585 Surveillance Loop Radiological Detection System Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Building 6002 Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (RAM) (RDS) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Warn PEO Missiles and Space Radiological and Nuclear Defense Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar — AN/MPQ-64 Aberdeen Proving Ground Pharmaceutical Systems 5250 Martin Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PEO Missiles and Space U.S. Army Medical Research and Edgewood, MD 21010 Materiel Command 5250 Martin Road Range Radar Replacement Route Clearance Interrogation Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 810 Schreider Street Program (RRRP) Fort Detrick, MD 21702 System (RCIS) Type 1 PEO Missiles and Space PEO Combat Support and Combat Shadow Tactical Unmanned Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) Service Support Aircraft System (TUAS) — RQ-7Bv2 5250 Martin Road 6501 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Aviation PEO Ammunition Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 SFAE-CS Bldg 5681 Wood Road SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition Building 1, Buffington Road Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Warren, MI 49397 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 2018 433 WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK

436 Points of Contact Stryker Family of Vehicles (FOV) Transportable Tactical Command Small Arms — Crew Served Communications (T2C2) PEO Ground Combat Systems Weapons 6001 E. 11 Mile Road PEO Command, Control, PEO Soldier Warren, MI 49397 5901 Putman Road Communications–Tactical 6590 Reconnaissance Street Building 328T Building 6010 Tactical Mission Command (TMC) Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 PEO Command, Control, Communications–Tactical Small Arms — Individual Weapons 6590 Reconnaissance Street Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, (IW) Wireless-Guided (TOW) Missiles Building 6010 PEO Soldier 5901 Putman Road Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 PEO Missiles and Space 5250 Martin Road Building 328T Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Tactical Network Transport PEO Command, Control, Small Arms — Precision Weapons Communications–Tactical Unified Command Suite (UCS) (PW) JPEO for Chemical, Biological, and 6590 Reconnaissance Street Building 6010 Radiological and Nuclear Defense PEO Soldier Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Aberdeen Proving Ground 5901 Putman Road Edgewood, MD 21010 Building 328T Tactical Network Transport On- Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 the-Move PEO Command, Control, Soldier Protection System (SPS) PEO Soldier Communications–Tactical 6590 Reconnaissance Street 5901 Putman Road Building 328T Building 6010 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Spider — Command Destruct Test Equipment Modernization (TEMOD) Networked Command Munition PEO Combat Support and Combat Dispensing Set: Increment 1A PEO Ammunition Service Support 6501 E. 11 Mile Road SFAE-AMO, PEO Ammunition SFAE-CS Building 1, Buffington Road Warren, MI 49397 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806 UNITED STATES ARMY 434

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