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US Armored Vehicles Market to See Modernisation in the Medium Run, Informs Noealt Corporate Services in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.c

01 Aug 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The US army could boast one of the global largest armored vehicles fleet (both in terms of range and size). However, the country’s army is presently facing limited capacity and also combat readiness. Just only around one third of the US army’s active BCTs (in a combat ready state) are engaged in active combat operations in Afghanistan and Iran for more than a decade. 

It is predicted that the US army will likely see comprehensive upgrade and modernisation of its combat vehicle platforms using useful practical insights gained during a decade of actual combat experience.

The US army has pointed out key capability gaps and now is focusing on filling them, which is likely to open new growth opportunity for the domestic defense industry in medium term.

Recently, the country’s army has initiated some long-awaited programs, thus, commencing its vehicle recapitalisation plans. Moreover, some key army programs (aimed at bridging capability gaps) have received substantial funding.

In the near to medium term, a number of novel acquisition programs are predicted to be initiated, these programs will likely be focused on replacement of core assets of the Infantry and Armor BCTs.

This cutting-edge report “Growth Opportuntities in the U.S. Armored Vehicles Market” prepared by Noealt Corporate Services provides a 3-tired approach analysis of the US army’s medium and long-term strategies. It covers the country’s army capabilities, existing vehicle platforms, force structure, fleet status, modernisation and replacement plans, etc. The study sheds light on the existing platforms and identifies the top lucrative development opportunities.

More reports by this Market Publishers’ research partner are provided at the Noealt Corporate Services page.


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