Oshkosh Defense, an Oshkosh Corporation company, has submitted its proposal in response to the US Army’s Request for Prototype Proposal (RPP) for the Platform Prototype Design & Build phase of the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) program.
The Oshkosh Defense team, including Pratt Miller Defense and QinetiQ, is working to provide the most mature and established RCV solution, leveraging leading-edge technology and manufacturing excellence while incorporating valuable customer feedback into the design.
Based on proposal evaluations, up to four vendors could be selected to deliver RCV platform prototypes by August 2024.
Pat Williams, chief programs officer for Oshkosh Defense, said: “The Oshkosh Defense RCV team is pleased to submit our proposal for Phase 1 of the RCV program. We remain committed to being responsive to the needs and requirements of the Soldier to provide the most capable, reliable, and maintainable robotic platform.
“The Oshkosh RCV is an evolution of a decade of innovation, development, and testing. And it shows. Our solution is optimized to exceed the performance requirements and is ready now to meet the demanding program schedule.”