FUTURE Strategic TRUCK Framework (FTTS).


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FUTURE TACTICAL TRUCK SYSTEM (FTTS)

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The Objective Force… Our Future Army Soldiers Leader Development Organization Training Materiel Doctrine Installations Unit of Employment Unit of activity FCS Battalions

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Future Combat Systems FCS is an arranged arrangement of frameworks that will serve as the center building hinder inside all move Unit of Action echelons to create overmatching battle power, maintainability, deftness, and adaptability fundamental for full range military operations.

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York Edgewood Arsenal Dover Washington, D.C. Strasburg 75km Radius Area of Influence Stafford 150km Radius Area of Interest CA Richmond FSB UA Area of Operations

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COMMONALITY INTEROPERABILITY IMBEDDED DIAGNOSTICS & PROGNOSTICS REDUCED ASL/PLL MAINTAIN PACE AGILE SURVIVABILE ORGANIC DEFENSE ADVANCED PROPULSION FLEXIBILITY Current TWV Operational Shortfalls TREMENDOUS LOGISTICS FOOTPRINT MULTIPLE LINES OF ASL/PLL VARYING DEGREES OF MOBILITY DEPLOYABILITY DEGRADATION SURVIVABILITY INEPT LIMITED DEFENSE HIGH DEGREE OF LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGING TECHNOLOGY LARGE CL III CONSUMER NO INTEGRATION INSIGNIFICANT COMMONALITY AMONG FLEETS INEFFICIENT BATTLEFIELD DISTRIBUTION PROCESS DEVELOP ONE FAMILY FLEET 250,000 TWVS IN SERVICE 40+ VARIANTS

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From The Army G-4 We should challenge Defense Contractors and their architects to plan frameworks that meet intense necessities. Self reporting No vehicles that get under 30 mpg No repairables No extras No Systems w/o implanted diagnostics/prognostics Future frameworks must be worked with ultra solid segments that require negligible preventive upkeep, and when support is required repairs and administrations are effectively and immediately performed. No unique devices No outer TMDE MTBF > Duration of beat operations We may need to pay in advance for such "Ultra-solid" frameworks, yet our future warfighting ideas rely on upon them. On the off chance that frameworks don\'t execute as publicized, there ought to be punishments . "Huge decrease in the logistics impression and expenses will happen when unwavering quality, practicality, And fuel productivity are adequately adjusted with Cost, Schedule and Performance"

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Responsive Ø Deployable Ø Deployable Ø Agile Ø Agile Ø Versatile Ø Versatile Ø Survivable Lethal Ø Lethal Ø Survivable Ø Survivable Ø Sustainable Ø Sustainable Ø The Need for a FTTS Transformational Changes Deployability SBCT CoC Transportability Findings: >5 hrs to evacuate/Install S280 Shelters >1 hr to expel/introduce ring mounts Added an extra 45 Light Cranes (MHE) 144 TWVs required MHE for C-130 Long RSOI times TWVs C-130 deployable w/o loads Theme: "Lessened Logistics Footprint" C-130 Roll-on/Roll-off w/load Fuel is 70% of the Logistics Burden Responsiveness Versatility Truck Variants Material Handling Equipment Current TWVs: Less than 10% have Comms Capability Average extent is 300 miles w/o refueling FTTS: Imbedded/Integrated C4ISR will furnish 100% Comms with the Warfighter in the UoA Fuel Efficiency will expand range 100-200% permitting liquid dispersion over more noteworthy operational separations (600 – 900 miles) w/no expansion in tank limit 3 to 1 8 to 1 Load Handling System 4 to 2 Delivery Platforms 5 to 1 Interface Devices FTTS Modular Platform Increased Range through fuel proficiency and element development following Seamless Distribution System

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Sustainability Lethality Deployability Versatility Survivability Agility Responsiveness FTTS CONCEPTS DESCRIPTION: The FTTS-MSV is a multi useful, multi advocate single strategic truck family based upon a typical undercarriage outline offering shared characteristic to the UV. MISSION: Provides direct backing to Unit of Action Brigades as far as transportation and circulation of payload, hardware, and work force. Target FORCE ~ 200 FTTS-MSV Per UoA DESCRIPTION: The FTTS-UV is a multi-reason strategic truck family based upon a typical frame plan offering shared trait to MSV. MISSION: Provides light TWV backing to the Unit of Action (UA) and the Unit of Employment (UE) as far as C2, framework bolster stage, and unit versatility. Two armadas advance: Reduction in Logistics Footprint Commonality among armadas ~ 150 FTTS-UV Per UoA

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Threshold Capabilities Sustainability Reliability – MTBF > term of Pulsed Operations Maintainability – Self-reporting, no unique instruments, No TMDE, and No Spares Agility Higher Mobility Rated Speed: half increment Must have the capacity to go where FCS goes and sidestep developed Areas to convey bolster Deployability C130 Roll on/Roll off w/load Ready to bolster off the slope Without vehicle planning or Transportability waivers Lethality Survivability Reduced Emissions and Signature Designed forthright to give time positive and guaranteed conveyance Versatility Advanced Load Handling Interchangeable/Intermodal Operation On Board Power & water Generation Deliver coordinated, basic, framed Packaging Responsiveness Greater Fuel Efficiency 100 - 200% Dynamic Movement Tracking and Re-directing Greater Range 600 – 900 miles Integrated C4ISR ORD Starting Point

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Technology Roadmap MATURE TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCED AND VALIDATED ON CURRENT PLATFORMS OPEN SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – "Arrangement OF SYSTEMS" EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATE OBJECTIVE FORCE CONCEPTS PULL FORWARD FTTS TECHNOLOGY INTO CURRENT PLATFORMS Current Platforms OBJ FORCE FTTS HORIZONTAL TECH INSERTION FCS

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FTTS Technology Strategy Leveraging of innovation basic No one source has every one of the answers No one project has every one of the assets Collaborative environment the key empowering influence AKO ACE ( Advanced Collaborative Environment) Prototype Development and Test Integration & Eval through M&S Develop & Demo Technology Build Partnerships

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Future Tactical Trucks Dilemma FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 ACTD SDD PRODUCTION A B C Tech Insertion Over time 60% Solution 80% Solution

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FTTS ACQUISITION STRATEGY Will be started with an Advanced Concept Technology Demo Prepare industry Refine necessities Program organized to follow in venture with the FCS Program Enable the insertion of FCS advances Concept & Technology Development exertion predominately Modeling & Simulation Focus on decrease of logistic impression Validate use of Objective Force base System Development & Demonstration stage First phase of stage elements displaying and recreation to assess and refine temporary worker\'s offerings Second stage includes creation and testing of models

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MS B Approval MS C FUE IOC Milestone Schedule Phase FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Concept and STATUS: Feb 03 – MAA/MNA Apr 03 – ACTD Proposal May 03 – O&O Sep 03 – ICD Apr 05 – CDD Aug 07 – CPD Aug 10 – FUE (MSV) MNS/MS An Approval ORD Tech Development ACTD System MS B Approval Development & SDD Demonstration MS C IOC FUE Production & FULL SCALE PRODUCTION LRIP Deployment CTD Award FCS Schedule FULL SCALE PRODUCTION Reduces Acquisition Risk for the PM FTTS-UV Schedule at present 4 years behind FTTS-MSV with acquirement subsidizing Beginning in FY12

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Summary Legacy stages can accomplish just a subset of required Objective Force abilities FTTS boosts open doors for Objective Force capacity by utilizing 21 st Century Truck research speculation Unconstrained outline potential Existing projects plan organized in venture with FCS Program FTTS is not a Truck … ... It is the Objective Force Sustainment System

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