American light armoured vehicles of United States
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The M113A3 is an upgraded version of the M113 family of vehicles, which served as the main armored personnel carrier (APC) for the US Army in the 1980s. The upgrade was undertaken to improve the overall performance of the M113 fleet, addressing its deficiencies in terms of protection and mobility.

The AMPV (Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle) is a new tracked armored vehicle for U.S. Army designed, developed, and manufactured by the Defense Company BAE Systems to replace the family of M113 used by U.S. Armed Forces since 1960.

The Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV), official designationAAVP-7A1 (formerly known as Landing Vehicle, Tracked, Personnel-7 abbr. LVTP-7) s a fully tracked amphibious landing vehicle. It is used by the United States Marines Corps (USMC) and by more than ten armies worldwide.

The Bradley M2A3 IFV Infantry Fighting Vehicle is an improved version of the Bradley M2A2. Bradley M2A3, the latest development program, incorporates improvements including enhancements intended to improve lethality, mobility, survivability, and sustainability.

The M2A2 Bradley AIFV (Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle) was introduced in the U.S. Army in 1988, it's an improved version of the standard vehicle Bradley M2A1.

The M2A1 Bradley AIFV (Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle) was introduced in the U.S. Army in 1986, it's a further development of the standard vehicle Bradley M2. The vehicle entered production in 1985 with the first delivery in 1986.

The Bradley M2 was the standard Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle (AIFV) of the U.S. Army since 1983. The first version of the vehicle has undergone many improvements, upgrading and modernization programs to achieve the version of M2A1, M2A2, and M2A3.

GCV BAE Systems Ground Combat Vehicle program for U.S. Army
GCV Ground Combat Vehicle program U.S. Army BAE Systems technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence identification pictures photos images US Army United States American defence industry military technology infantry fighting vehicle to replace Bradley M113.
The Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) is the U.S. Army's replacement program for armored fighting vehicles. BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman first announced their intentions to join together in pursuit of the GCV competition in March 2010. BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman have assembled a team with some of the most talented and seasoned, high performance capability providers in the defense industry.
Technical Data Sheet, specifications, description, information, pictures.

EFV Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle General Dynamics
The Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) (formerly known as the Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle) is a developmental U.S. Marine Corps amphibious vehicle, intended for deployment in 2012. The EFV is an amphibious armored personnel carrier; launched at sea, from an amphibious assault ship beyond the horizon, able to transport a full Marine rifle squad to shore.
Technical Data Sheet, description, information, specifications, pictures.