General Dynamics presents its full range of Flyer Lightweight Tactical Vehicles at AUSA 2015 11310154

 
AUSA 2015 news coverage report show daily visitors exhibitors Annual meeting defense exposition exhibition conference Association United States Army October Washington D.C.
 
AUSA 2015
U.S. Army Annual Meeting & Exposition
12 - 14 October 2015
Washington D.C., United States
 
General Dynamics Flyer Family at AUSA 2015
 
 
General Dynamics presents its full range of Flyer Lightweight Tactical Vehicles at AUSA 2015.
The Flyer Lightweight, Tactical Vehicles is a family of highly mobile, fully modular, Internal and External Air Transport (IAT) compliant, military grade, mission-ready vehicles. General Dynamics is providing its Flyer advanced light strike vehicle as the GMV 1.1. General Dynamics developed the Flyer to fill operational gaps in air-transportable lightweight vehicle, which can be reconfigured rapidly for a variety of missions.
     
The Flyer Lightweight, Tactical Vehicles is a family of highly mobile, fully modular, Internal and External Air Transport (IAT) compliant, military grade, mission-ready vehicles. General Dynamics is providing its Flyer advanced light strike vehicle as the GMV 1.1. General Dynamics developed the Flyer to fill operational gaps in air-transportable lightweight vehicle, which can be reconfigured rapidly for a variety of missions.General Dynamics Flyer 72 GMV 1.1 as ordered by US SOCCOM with 30mm lightweight machine gun at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States.
     
In August 2013, US. Special Operations Command officials announced a $562.2 million contract to General Dynamics for the Ground Mobility Vehicles 1.1 (GMV 1.1), including the delivery of 1,300 vehicles through 2020.

Built for speed, mobility and maneuverability, the Flyer vehicles allow operators to access previously denied terrain. Their low center of gravity makes them extremely maneuverable while maintaining a high degree of stability when traversing challenging terrain. These versatile vehicles can be reconfigured to support multiple crew and mission profiles, from three to nine operators with full payload and mission profile kits. General Dynamics is delivering the Flyer 60 and Flyer 72 to USSOCOM for the ITV and GMV 1.1 programs.

At AUSA 2015, the Flyer 72 is shown in two configurations: One six-man configuration with 30mm lightweight machine gun mounted on the 360º gun ring with a payload capacity of more than 5,000 pounds and internally transportable in a CH-47. The second Flyer 72 will be shown in the Army GMV (formerly the ULCV) configuration that carries a crew of nine and can be internally transported in a CH-47 or underslung from a UH-60 helicopter. Both variants can be equipped with C4ISR and a modular KE and underbody blast armor kit.

The Flyer 60 is shown in a five-man configuration with our lightweight .50 cal GAU-19/B Gatling gun. The Flyer 60 has a payload capacity of 4,500 pounds while being internally transported in V-22 and CH-47 or underslung on a UH-60 helicopter. It can be modified to carry up to four litter patients under a ROPS and provides mounting for a variety weapon platforms.
     
General Dynamics Flyer 72 in a six-man configuration with 30mm lightweight machine gun at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States. General Dynamics Flyer 60 in a five-man configuration with lightweight .50 cal GAU-19/B Gatling gun at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States.
     
General Dynamics Flyer 72 in a nine-man configuration at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States. General Dynamics Flyer 72 in a nine-man configuration at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States.
     
 

 

General Dynamics Flyer 60 in a five-man configuration with lightweight .50 cal GAU-19/B Gatling gun at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States.

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