Common Dynamics Land Techniques unveiled immediately the newest configuration of its Griffin armored combating automobile addressing the U.S. Military’s newest necessities for fight maneuverability and firepower as mirrored within the companies’ ‘Subsequent Era Fight Automobile’ (NGCV), a flexible household of autos that, if matured, might change the present fleet of Bradley and AMPV.
The Griffin III was unveiled immediately on the annual assembly of the Affiliation of U.S. Military (AUSA) in Washington DC.
GDLS’ Griffin III shows ideas designed for the subsequent technology of warfighting in advanced city and restrictive terrain. Based mostly on the light-weight chassis used for the earlier automobile proposed for the Cell Gun System (MGS) Griffin III displayed a number of new parts, together with the 50mm computerized cannon from Northrop Grumman (ATK), and the Israeli Iron Fist Gentle, Decoupled (IF-LD) energetic safety system from IMI, a system already being built-in on the US Military BAE Techniques’ M-2 Bradley for testing. Different distinctive capabilities embrace LMAMS (represented by AeroVironment Switchblade) and a matrix-shaped offering multi-spectral safety.
The modular design and open structure allow the consumer to configure the automobile totally different squad carrying and crew seating configurations. Implementing scalable safety, chassis and turret configuration with totally different weapons and mission methods, the Griffin III is optimized to carry out in multi-domain operations.