Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated SMART V™

The Integrated SMART V™ - Survivable, Modular and Affordable while utilizing a high Re-use strategy and proven innovative Technology.

The Integrated Smart V™ (ISV™) solution demonstrates BAE Systems’ commitment to offer an uncompromising and highly survivable high-mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV) for America’s Armed Forces. The ISV solution features a lightweight monocoque V-shaped hull with front and rear frame clips that attach to the hull to provide the most rigid side- and mine-blast protection available in one affordable package.

The ISV™ has significantly improved underbody protection with a highly survivable and adoptable modular design that has three distinct sections creating greater flexibility to tailor each vehicle. The ability to re-use the power train components and the use of low cost materials (not exotic) make this an affordable solution reducing the logistics footprint. The innovative technology behind the ISV leverages 40 years of proven mine protection and 60 years of survivability experience. The ISV provides more cost effective upgrades now and in the future. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

HMMWV

HMMWV M1097. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV

HMMWV M1097 Transporting Cargo. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV

HMMWV M1097 Shelter. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV

HMMWV maxi ambulance. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV

HMMWV maxi ambulance. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV

HMMWV's 3dACR in Iraq. (Photo: 3dACR)

HMMWV Shadow

HMMWV Shadow. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV Shadow

HMMWV Shadow. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV Shadow

HMMWV Shadow. (Photo: AM General)

HMMWV Shadow

HMMWV Shadow. (Photo: AM General)

Cobra

Cobra. (Photo: AM General)

Cobra

Cobra. (Photo: AM General)

Cobra

Cobra. (Photo: AM General)

Wasp

Rapid Deployment Reconnaissance Vehicle (RDRV. (Photo: BAE Systems)

M9 ACE

M9 ACE - Armoured Combat Earthmover. (Photo: BAE Systems)

M9 ACE

M9 ACE - Armoured Combat Earthmover. (Photo: BAE Systems)

Trojan

TROJAN minefield breaching vehicle. (Photo: BAE Systems)

Terrier

Terrier 1:10 on driving trials. (Photo: BAE Systems)

Terrier

Terrier 1:10 on driving trials. (Photo: BAE Systems)

Terrier

Terrier with Fascines. (Photo: BAE Systems)

M88A2 HERCULES

The M88A2 HERCULES is a high performing combat recovery vehicle and is the latest configuration in the M88 family of vehicles. (Photo: BAE Systems)

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated Smart V™

Integrated Smart V™. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Integrated Smart V™

The Integrated SMART V™ - Survivable, Modular and Affordable while utilizing a high Re-use strategy and proven innovative Technology.

The Integrated Smart V™ (ISV™) solution demonstrates BAE Systems’ commitment to offer an uncompromising and highly survivable high-mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV) for America’s Armed Forces. The ISV solution features a lightweight monocoque V-shaped hull with front and rear frame clips that attach to the hull to provide the most rigid side- and mine-blast protection available in one affordable package.

The ISV™ has significantly improved underbody protection with a highly survivable and adoptable modular design that has three distinct sections creating greater flexibility to tailor each vehicle. The ability to re-use the power train components and the use of low cost materials (not exotic) make this an affordable solution reducing the logistics footprint. The innovative technology behind the ISV leverages 40 years of proven mine protection and 60 years of survivability experience. The ISV provides more cost effective upgrades now and in the future. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)

Friday, August 26, 2011

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LVSR

LVSR. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LCTV

LCTV. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LCTV

LCTV. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LCTV

LCTV. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

LCTV

LCTV. (Photo: Oshkosh Defense)

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Trojan

Trojan known as the swiss army knife leads the convoy in Helmand, Afghanistan, part of Op Moshtarak. Trojan is a modern and capable Armoured Engineer Vehicle and crewed by three Armoured Engineers. The Royal Engineers have fired their latest weapon in their battle against the Taliban for the first time – an exploding hose which punches safe passage through suspected IED belts. The Python rocket is a trailer-mounted, rocket-propelled mine-clearing system pulled behind the Trojan armoured engineer tank. The Python system fires a snake of high explosives. The detonation, across a suspected IED field in a dry river bed – wadi – north of Patrol Base Wahid, shook the ground either side of the detonation, and created a huge cloud several hundred metres high. (Photo: BAE Systems Plc)

RG Outrider

RG Outrider - sand. (Photo: BAE Systems Global Tactical Systems)