General Dynamics presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles called Flyer at AUSA 2016 10610163

 
 
AUSA 2016
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Association of U.S. Army
Exhibition and Conference
3 - 5 October 2016
Washington D.C., United States
 
General Dynamics at AUSA 2016
 
 
General Dynamics presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles called Flyer at AUSA 2016.
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical systems presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles including the Flyer 60, the Flyer 72 and Flyer 72 with armour kit at AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference in Washington D.C., United States.
     
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical systems presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles including the Flyer 60, the Flyer 72 and Flyer 72 with armour kit at AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference in Washington D.C., United States. Flyer 60 light strike vehicle at AUSA 216, Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference, in Washington D.C., United States.
     
The Flyer-60 Advanced Light Strike Vehicle was developed to fill operational gaps in fixed and rotary wing ground mobility deployment requiring a lightweight, mobile, air transportable vehicle capable of being rapidly reconfigured for a variety of mission needs.
 

The Flyer-60 is a mature, highly mobile platform, with a payload capacity of up to 3,500 pounds (1,580 kg) and meets all internal transport requirements for the V-22 Osprey. Capable of being either internally and externally transportable in the V-22, CH-53, C-130 and C-5 aircraft. The Flyer-60 can move to and from the event location with a higher payload capacity and increased range over traditional transport capabilities.

As a reliable and high performance vehicle, the Flyer-60 offers safe and fast operating speeds with superior levels of mobility and maneuverability. It’s highly adaptable to severe, rugged and restrictive terrains while providing off-road, cross-country mobility in all types of weather conditions.
     
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical systems presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles including the Flyer 60, the Flyer 72 and Flyer 72 with armour kit at AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference in Washington D.C., United States. Flyer 72 light strike vehicle at AUSA 216, Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference, in Washington D.C., United States.
     
The Flyer 72 was selected by the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) as the vehicle of choice for their fleet of Ground Mobility Vehicles 1.1 (GMV 1.1). At 72” wide the Flyer-72 is capable of internal transport in the CH-47 and C-130 aircraft.

The Flyer-72 is a mature, highly mobile platform, with a payload capacity over 5,000 pounds (2,250 kg) and can be configured to multiple crew sizes (up to nine). It is capable of being guns up in under a minute after exiting the aircraft, and can carry variety of armaments. Its adaptable communications suite provides increased operating range and the provides the operator real-time access to critical information.

As a reliable and high performance vehicle, the Flyer-72 offers safe and fast operating speeds with superior levels of mobility and maneuverability. It’s highly adaptable to severe, rugged and restrictive terrains while providing off-road, cross-country mobility in all types of weather conditions.

At AUSA 2016, the armored variant of the Flyer 72 was also showed, with the 4-door cab, rear cargo area, and roofline armored to ballistic level B6.
     
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical systems presents family of lightweight tactical vehicles including the Flyer 60, the Flyer 72 and Flyer 72 with armour kit at AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference in Washington D.C., United States. Flyer 72 light strike vehicle with armour kit at AUSA 216, Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference, in Washington D.C., United States.
 

 

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