AUSA Global 2021: Soldiers will not begin receiving AMPVs until 2023

by Ashley Roque

BAE Systems has now delivered 20 Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicles (AMPVs) to the US Army but the service has again delayed the fleet’s upcoming initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E), and will not begin fielding the vehicle until 2023, Janes has learned.

BAE Systems delivered its first AMPV to the US Army in August 2020. The vehicle, shown here, is a mission command variant.  (BAE Systems)

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