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FUTURE TACTICAL TRUCK SYSTEM (FTTS). The Objective Force…Our Future Army. Soldiers. Leader Development. Organization. Training . Materiel. Doctrine. Installations. Unit of Employment. Unit of action. FCS Battalions. Future Combat Systems.

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The Objective Force…Our Future Army

Soldiers

Leader Development

Organization

Training

Materiel

Doctrine

Installations

Unit of Employment

Unit of action

FCS Battalions


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Future Combat Systems

FCS is a networked system of systems that will serve as the core building block within all maneuver Unit of Action echelons to develop overmatching combat power, sustainability, agility, and versatility necessary for full spectrum military operations.


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York

Edgewood Arsenal

Dover

Washington, D.C.

Strasburg

75km Radius

Area of Influence

Stafford

150km Radius

Area of Interest

CA

CA

CA

Richmond

FSB

UA Area of Operations


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  • COMMONALITY

  • INTEROPERABILITY

  • IMBEDDED DIAGNOSTICS

    & PROGNOSTICS

  • REDUCED ASL/PLL

  • MAINTAIN PACE

  • AGILE

  • SURVIVABILE

  • ORGANIC DEFENSE

  • ADVANCED PROPULSION

  • FLEXIBILITY

Current TWV Operational Shortfalls

TREMENDOUS LOGISTICS FOOTPRINT

  • MULTIPLE LINES OF ASL/PLL

  • VARYING DEGREES OF MOBILITY

  • DEPLOYABILITY DEGRADATION

  • SURVIVABILITY INEPT

  • LIMITED DEFENSE

  • HIGH DEGREE OF LOGISTICS SUPPORT

  • AGING TECHNOLOGY

  • LARGE CL III CONSUMER

  • NO INTEGRATION

  • INSIGNIFICANT COMMONALITY AMONG FLEETS

  • INEFFICIENT BATTLEFIELD DISTRIBUTION PROCESS

DEVELOP ONE

FAMILY FLEET

250,000 TWVS

IN SERVICE

40+ VARIANTS


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From The Army G-4

  • We must challenge Defense Contractors and their engineers to design systems that meet tough requirements.

    • Self reporting

    • No vehicles that get less than 30 mpg

    • No repairables

    • No spares

    • No Systems w/o embedded diagnostics/prognostics

  • Future systems must be built with ultra reliable components that require minimal preventive maintenance, and when maintenance is required repairs and services are easily and quickly performed.

    • No special tools

    • No external TMDE

    • MTBF > Duration of pulsed operations

  • We may have to pay up front for such “Ultra-reliable” systems, but our future warfightingconcepts depend on them. If systems don’t perform as advertised, there should be penalties.

“Significant reduction in the logistics footprint and costs will occur when reliability, maintainability, And fuel efficiency are effectively balanced with Cost, Schedule and Performance”


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Responsive

Responsive

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Deployable

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Deployable

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Agile

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Agile

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Versatile

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Versatile

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Survivable

Lethal

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Lethal

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Survivable

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Survivable

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Sustainable

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Sustainable

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The Need for an FTTS

Transformational Changes

Deployability

SBCT CoC Transportability Findings:

  • >5 hrs to remove/Install S280 Shelters

  • >1 hr to remove/install ring mounts

  • Added an additional 45 Light Cranes (MHE)

  • 144 TWVs required MHE for C-130

  • Long RSOI times

  • TWVs C-130 deployable w/o loads

Theme: “Reduced Logistics Footprint”

C-130 Roll-on/Roll-off w/load

Fuel is

70% of the

Logistics

Burden

Responsiveness

Versatility

Truck

Variants

Material

Handling

Equipment

Current TWVs:

  • Less than 10% have Comms Capability

  • Average range is 300 miles w/o refueling

    FTTS:

  • Imbedded/Integrated C4ISR will provide 100% Comms with the Warfighter in the UoA

  • Fuel Efficiency will increase range 100-200%

    allowing fluid distribution over greater

    operational distances (600 – 900 miles) w/no

    increase in tank capacity

3 to 1

8 to 1

Load HandlingSystem

4 to 2

Delivery

Platforms

5 to 1

Interface

Devices

FTTS

Modular Platform

Increased Range thru fuel efficiency and dynamic movement tracking

Seamless Distribution System


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Sustainability

Lethality

Deployability

Versatility

Survivability

Agility

Responsiveness

FTTS CONCEPTS

DESCRIPTION:

The FTTS-MSV is a multi functional, multi proponent single tactical truck family based upon a common chassis design sharing commonality with the UV.

MISSION:

Provides direct support to Unit of Action Brigades in terms of transportation and distribution of cargo, equipment, and personnel.

OBJECTIVE

FORCE

~200 FTTS-MSV

Per UoA

DESCRIPTION:

The FTTS-UV is a multi-purpose tactical truck family based upon a common chassis design sharing commonality with MSV.

MISSION:

Provides light TWV support to the Unit of Action (UA) and the Unit of Employment (UE) in terms of C2, system support platform, and unit mobility.

Two fleets promote:

Reduction in Logistics Footprint

Commonality among fleets

~150 FTTS-UV

Per UoA


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Threshold Capabilities

Sustainability

  • Reliability – MTBF > duration of Pulsed Operations

  • Maintainability – Self-reporting, no special tools,

    No TMDE, and No Spares

Agility

  • Higher Mobility Rated Speed: 50% increase

  • Must be able to go where

    FCS goes and bypass built up

    Areas to deliver support

Deployability

  • C130 Roll on/Roll off w/load

  • Ready to support off the ramp

    Without vehicle preparation or

    Transportability waivers

Lethality

Survivability

  • Reduced Emissions and Signature

  • Designed upfront to provide time definite and assured delivery

Versatility

  • Advanced Load Handling

  • Interchangeable/Intermodal Operation

  • On Board Power & water Generation

  • Deliver integrated, common, formed

    Packaging

Responsiveness

  • Greater Fuel Efficiency 100 - 200%

  • Dynamic Movement Tracking and Re-routing

  • Greater Range 600 – 900 miles

  • Integrated C4ISR

ORD Starting Point


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Technology Roadmap

  • MATURE TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCED AND VALIDATED ON CURRENT PLATFORMS

  • OPEN SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – “SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS”

  • EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATE OBJECTIVE FORCE CONCEPTS

  • PULL FORWARD FTTS TECHNOLOGY INTO CURRENT PLATFORMS

Current Platforms

OBJ

FORCE

FTTS

HORIZONTAL TECH INSERTION

FCS


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FTTS Technology Strategy

  • Leveraging of technology critical

  • No one source has all the answers

  • No one program has all the resources

  • Collaborative environment the key enabler

    • AKO

    • ACE (Advanced Collaborative Environment)

Prototype Development and Test

Integration & Eval thru M&S

Develop & Demo Technology

Build Partnerships


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Future Tactical Trucks Dilemma

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

ACTD

SDD

PRODUCTION

A

B

C

Tech Insertion

Over time

60% Solution

80% Solution


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FTTS ACQUISITION STRATEGY

  • Will be initiated with an Advanced Concept Technology Demo

    • Prepare industry

    • Refine requirements

  • Program staged to follow in step with the FCS Program

    • Enable the insertion of FCS technologies

  • Concept & Technology Development effort predominately Modeling & Simulation

    • Focus on reduction of logistic footprint

    • Validate application of Objective Force infrastructure

  • System Development & Demonstration phase

    • First stage of phase features modeling and simulation to evaluate and refine contractor’s offerings

    • Second phase involves production and testing of prototypes


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MS B Approval

MS C

FUE

IOC

Milestone Schedule

Phase

FY02

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY12

FY13

FY14

FY15

FY16

Concept and

STATUS:

Feb 03 – MAA/MNA

Apr 03 – ACTD Proposal

May 03 – O&O

Sep 03 – ICD

Apr 05 – CDD

Aug 07 – CPD

Aug 10 – FUE (MSV)

MNS/MS A

Approval

ORD

Tech

Development

ACTD

System

MS B

Approval

Development &

SDD

Demonstration

MS C

IOC

FUE

Production &

FULL SCALE PRODUCTION

LRIP

Deployment

CTD Award

FCS Schedule

FULL SCALE PRODUCTION

Reduces Acquisition

Risk for the

PM

FTTS-UV Schedule currently 4 years behind

FTTS-MSV with procurement funding

Beginning in FY12


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Summary

  • Legacy platforms can achieve only a subset of required Objective Force capabilities

  • FTTS maximizes opportunities for Objective Force capability by leveraging 21st Century Truck research investment

  • Unconstrained design potential

  • Existing programs schedule staged in step with FCS Program

FTTS is not a Truck…...

It is theObjective Force SustainmentSystem



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