US Army Primary Combat Systems Growth Opportunities

US Army Primary Combat Systems Growth Opportunities

Geopolitical Chaos and Strategic Competition with China Lead to a New Era in Defense Investments

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14-Feb-2023
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This study examines the US Army's modernization efforts by analyzing official strategy documents, the 2023 Nation Defense Authorization Act, public statements made by senior decision makers, development programs, and contractual trends that comprise the Army’s modernization efforts. Thirty-six months ago, the Army established a four-star command in Austin, Texas, named the US Army Futures Command. By incentivizing future technologies and capabilities, the Command will allow the Army to maintain a competitive edge on the battlefield. Futures Command established cross-functional teams of experts (military, civilian, and contractor) from each warfighting function to accomplish the Army’s modernization objectives. General officers who lead the cross-functional teams are subject matter experts and C-suite executive leaders in their respective fields. During the last year, the US Army has made considerable progress in identifying and refining future requirements. By examining related public statements, reviewing documents, and assessing the operational environment, this report discusses several opportunities to pursue continued growth.

Author: Robert Beuerlein

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the US Army Primary Combat Systems

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Purpose and Overview

Primary Growth Drivers

Restraints

Related Contracts and Programs

Long-Range Precision Fires

Air and Missile Defense

Future Vertical Lift

Soldier Lethality

Next-generation Combat Vehicles

Networking Technologies

Assured Positioning Navigation and Timing

Synthetic Training Environments

Growth Opportunity 1: Long-Range Precision Fires

Growth Opportunity 1: Long-Range Precision Fires (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Air and Missile Defense

Growth Opportunity 2: Air and Missile Defense (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Future Vertical Lift

Growth Opportunity 3: Future Vertical Lift (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Soldier Lethality

Growth Opportunity 4: Soldier Lethality (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Next-Generation Combat Vehicle

Growth Opportunity 5: Next-Generation Combat Vehicle (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Networking Technologies

Growth Opportunity 6: Networking Technologies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Networking Technologies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 7: Assured Positioning, Navigation, and Timing

Growth Opportunity 7: Assured Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (continued)

Growth Opportunity 8: Synthetic Training Environments

Growth Opportunity 8: Synthetic Training Environments (continued)

Key Takeaways

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This study examines the US Army's modernization efforts by analyzing official strategy documents, the 2023 Nation Defense Authorization Act, public statements made by senior decision makers, development programs, and contractual trends that comprise the Army’s modernization efforts. Thirty-six months ago, the Army established a four-star command in Austin, Texas, named the US Army Futures Command. By incentivizing future technologies and capabilities, the Command will allow the Army to maintain a competitive edge on the battlefield. Futures Command established cross-functional teams of experts (military, civilian, and contractor) from each warfighting function to accomplish the Army’s modernization objectives. General officers who lead the cross-functional teams are subject matter experts and C-suite executive leaders in their respective fields. During the last year, the US Army has made considerable progress in identifying and refining future requirements. By examining related public statements, reviewing documents, and assessing the operational environment, this report discusses several opportunities to pursue continued growth. Author: Robert Beuerlein
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Robert Beuerlein
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Army Future Combat System
Keyword 2 Future Combat Systems
Keyword 3 US Army Combat Capabilities
Podcast No
WIP Number K83A-01-00-00-00