DRS Technologies wins a contract for HMMWVs from U.S Marine Corps
12:00 AM, August 17, 2010
DRS Technologies, Inc. announces the award of a Phase II contract for On-Board Vehicle Power for fifteen Hybrid Electric High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs). This award is the result of a down-select by the United States Marine Corps (USMC) from two competing designs. DRS provided a preliminary product sample and a first article test vehicle for a side-by-side technology assessment by the Marine Corps at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen Maryland. Delivery of Phase II initial production units is scheduled for February 2011. Each HMMWV will now have the capability of producing more than 30kW of electrical power through an advanced generator system that is embedded within the HMMWV's existing transmission. The OBVP will provide the USMC an enhanced mobile electric power generation capability with minimal impact to vehicle mobility or payload. It will also increase the Marines' flexibility during deployment in the field by providing an efficient source of clean power anywhere the vehicle can travel. Executive Quote:Gary Smith, vice president and general manager of DRS Test and Energy Management: "DRS listened to the evolving requirements of the Marine Corps and military customers and responded with an integrated solution that uses power products from DRS companies in Huntsville, AL, Fitchburg, MA, and Bridgeport, CT to develop DRS' On-Board Vehicle Power system.
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