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AUSA Army Platforms 2016 - Panel 3 - Next Generation Combat Vehicle

For those looking for a sleep aid, allow us to suggest this video from the 2016 AUSA panel discussion on the Next Generation Combat Vehicle.  In all seriousness though, there is a good bit of information to be gleaned from this video for those interested in future US AFV development.   14 more words

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AUSA 2016 Line Up Change

Some small changes to my AUSA line up:

Swapping out Dark Sakura for a secret Type Moon cosplay for the shoot (hint: they wear a skirt >.>;) & doing Amakusa’s 2nd form over his 3rd form since it’s way easier. 40 more words

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Army Health Care October 2016

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Milley: Army on cusp of profound, fundamental change | Article | The United States Army Milley: Army on cusp of profound, fundamental change | Article | The United States Army The future of the Army may not involve divisions, corps, tanks or Bradley fighting vehicles, said the Army’s chief of staff. 24 more words

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AUSA 2016 Photoshoots & Such

So, in commemoration of the 2 Fate panels I had accepted, & b/c the Type Moon fandom is pretty rad, I’ll be hosting a shoot. 88 more words

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October Army News

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The Army is designing a new lethal hand grenade that can switched from fragmentation to a concussion grenade. Called the “enhanced tactical multipurpose hand grenade,” it will fill a capability gap from 1975, when the MK3A2 concussion grenade was taken out of service due to an asbestos hazard, according to an Army news release. 22 more words

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BAE Systems next-gen Bradley demonstrator at AUSA

BAE systems is showcasing a next-generation Bradley IFV demonstrator at AUSA 2016.  According to IHS Jane’s 360:

The platform takes the hull structure from the BAE Systems’ Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) programme and integrates many legacy Bradley components as well as some new designs, Deepak Bazaz, BAE Systems’ director of artillery and Bradley programmes, told reporters on 3 October at the Association of the US Army (AUSA) annual symposium.

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