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FTTS ACTD Update. BG (P) Brian I. Geehan United States Army Chief of Transportation 3 February 2004. FTTS ACTD Objective. 3 to 1. 8 to 1. Load Handling System. Med & Heavy Truck Variants. Numerous Material Handling Equipment. FTTS-MSV. 4 to 2. 5 to 1. Modular Platform .

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Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

FTTS ACTD Update

BG (P) Brian I. Geehan

United States ArmyChief of Transportation

3 February 2004


Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

FTTS ACTD Objective

3 to 1

8 to 1

Load Handling System

Med & Heavy Truck Variants

Numerous Material Handling Equipment

FTTS-MSV

4 to 2

5 to 1

Modular Platform

FTTS-UV provides Command and Control and includes a Hybrid propulsion system for increased fuel efficiency and onboard power

Numerous Interface Devices

Numerous Delivery Platforms

A SEAMLESS Distribution SYSTEM built for the Obj Force

(Applied to the SBCT to evolve the TTPs, CONOPS, and doctrine)


Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

4. FUEL SAVINGS

2. POWER

GENERATION

3. RELIABILITY

MAINTAINABILITY

1. SURVIVABILITY

6. VARIANTS (PAX, C2, SPT, AMB)

5. WATER

GENERATION

7. C4ISR (PWR & SPACE)

8. WEAPON SYSTEM

9. MOBILITY

10. TRANSPORT TIME/ RSOI

1. SURVIVABILITY

11. SYSTEM WEIGHT/VOLUME

3. FUEL SAVINGS

2. RELIABILITY

MAINTAINABILITY

4.TRANSPORT TIME/RSOI

6. FCS INTERFACE

5. WEAPON SYSTEMS

7. MOBILITY

8. WATER GENERATION

9. SYSTEM WEIGHT/VOLUME

10. C4ISR (POWER&SPACE)

11. POWER GENERATION

FTTS WARFIGHTING CAPABILITIES

SUSTAINMENT VEHICLE

UTILITY VEHICLE


Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

ARMY TWV PROGRAMS

FY 02

FUTURE FORCE

TRANSITION FROM FY02 TO FUTURE FORCE

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY02

CURRENT FORCE (HMMWV, FMTV, M915, HEMTT, PLS, HET)

HMMWV contract ends FY07

FMTV contract ends FY08

SUSTAIN & RECAP

LT MED HVY

HEMTT ESP contract ends FY07

Current TWVs will support

UA Increment 1 Threshold (2010-2012)

and UE through 2030

PLS contract ends FY07

HEMTT funding linked to ESP

TECHNOLOGY

INSERTIONS

M1A2sep Tanks in Service through 2030

UA AND UE (FTTS ACTD MSV AND UV)

MUA

NEW FTTS

VEHICLES

FTTS ACTD

FTTS ACTD DETERMINES REQUIRED CAPABILITIES FOR UA & UE FUTURE REQUIREMENTS (O&O) FOR FUTURE ARMY’S SUSTAINMENT VEHICLES


Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

FTTS ACTD MILITARY UTILITY ASSESSMENT

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

$37 million

5 MSV

2UV

CDR

COST/Technology ANALYSIS

ALTERNATIVE ANALYSIS

V

$12M

BAA

M&S for FTTS

FTTS Demonstrator

SBCT Demo

UA Analysis

Jumpstart

Overarching Outcome

Is to determine what’s

Good enough for UA &

What’s best approach

For overall TWV Fleet

HE HEMTT

FMTV HYBRID HYDRAULIC

HE HMMWV

CURRENT FLEET IMPROVEMENTS SUPPORTED BY OIF/OEF LESSONS LEARNED

POSSIBLE TECHNOLOGY ENABLERS: CREW PROTECTION KITS, IMPROVED RING MOUNTS, ADVANCED PROPULSION, AIRCRAFT INTERFACE KITS, APPLIQUE C4I & DVE SYSTEMS

FTTS SUPPORTED BY DRAFT ICD TECHNOLOGY ENABLERS: ADVANCED PROPULSION/SUSPENSIONS, SMART DISTRIBUTION, LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIELS, C4ISR, DIGITAL PROGNOSTICS, ADVANCED ARMOR PACKAGES, SMART CAB TECHNOLOGIES

CURRENT

FUTURE


Bg p brian i geehan united states army chief of transportation 3 february 2004

QUESTIONS?

Early Military Electric Drive Vehicles

1943 U.S T-23

35 Tons Medium Tank

70 mm Gun

1942 German Elephant

70 Tons Combat Vehicle

120 mm Gun


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