Photographer Spots Mystry Military Vehicle At General Dynamic’s Detroit Facility
A mystery navy wheeled vehicle was noticed during a visit from Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy to the General Dynamics’s Detroit facility.
A curious photo circulating navy news magazines reveals a small exhibition at the General Dynamics facility. The launched photo confirmed the undefined vehicle that was displayed include with other the defense contractor’s newly developed and fight-confirmed vehicles.
The vehicle will not be shown utterly, but it can be seen on the roof of a special platform and a cabin with two doors. A sticker with the company emblem can also be seen on one of these doors.
The corporate’s portfolio, or rather subsidiaries, has wheeled vehicles, but they don’t appear like this object. Perhaps this is one of the prototypes that was tested earlier or a combat vehicle that’s being developed to participate in future competitions for the purchase of sunshine tactical autos for the U.S. Army and particular forces.
Farooq Bhai wrote in response to our post that it’s an Advanced Ground Mobility Vehicle (AGMV), the product of a joint venture between General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) Tactical Automobiles division and AM General.
As well as, for the first time was unveiled a prototype of Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV).