FIRES AND MANEUVERS

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TAMCN: D1063 (HIMARS Resupply System (RSS) Armor)

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Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty

$
Original Supp Updated Supp

80

0

0

11

36

33

$14,700,000

$10,106,250

System Description: Product Improvement Program providing enhanced armor protection for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System HIMARS Resupply Vehicles. Supports JROCM 120-05, Force Protection and Survivability KPP requirement and current operational requirements in Iraq.

Rationale: MROCDM 09-2002 reduced the AAO for HIMARS from 45 systems to 40. A system consists of one launcher and two resupply vehicles with trailers and munitions. The AAO for RSV is 80 (72 operational and 8 DMFA)

Comments: N/A

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950 System Description: $66. (51 AAV R7s) 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 3 .493.TAMCN: E0029 (KIT.150 Enhanced Applique Armor Kit augments ballistic aluminum hull. Cannot be applied to AAV R7. Applique.924. Rationale: Comments: EAAK is applied to each AAV P7 and AAV C7 in the inventory. Enhanced (EAAK)) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 1006 0 0 1006 $18. Armor.

deployable and sustainable 18.TAMCN: E0149 (Bridge. EEAP. Combat Dozer Blade with High Lift Adapter. Comments: Pending Memorandum of Agreement between US Army and USMC will change name to Joint Assault Bridge (JAB). • Provides crew protection and vehicle survivability while having the speed and mobility to keep pace with the maneuver force. Embedded Diagnostics System.000 •System Description: This is a product improvement program for the Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge (AVLB). 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 4 .784. • Comprised of an M1A1 chassis. training establishment and MPF.3 meter wet/dry gap crossing capability. • Provides a survivable. Scissor F/AVLB) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 22 0 0 22 $14. The result is the Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Assault Bridge (EAB). modified BR90 bridge launcher. • Applied to an M1A1 Tank Chassis.616.000 $11. Rationale: DC for CD&I validated AO dtd 9 Nov 2005 established AO of 22. and Cameras to aid crew visibility. This AO provides for Active and Reserve Tank Battalions.

822.. (CLU) Javelin) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 366 -5 2 323 390 -350 $140. • The missile employs a soft launch that reduces the gunner's vulnerability to counterfire because of its minimum launch signature and its ability to be fired from enclosures and covered positions. • AAO adjustment is a result of validating allocation at the UIC level Comments: • Joint Service Operational Requirement (JSOR) for Advanced Anti-Tank Weapons Systems. fire-and-forget weapon featuring an advanced tandem warhead capable of defeating advanced battle tanks.TAMCN: E0207 (Command Launch Uni . including those with reactive armor.Medium dtd 12 Dec 1988 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 5 . • This a software Product Improvement Process for tracking and lock gates and improved picture resolution. Rationale: • Javelin systems are fielded 8 per Infantry Battalion.730 System Description: $0 • This is a software upgrade to improve the Javelin CLU • Javelin is a highly-maneuverable.

• This is an integral component of the TOW Weapon System. • System is also fielded to LAR and Tank Battalions • AAO adjustment is a result of validating distribution at the UIC level and includes allocations for DMFA.TAMCN: E0330 (Night Vision Equipment Set) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 772 138 0 587 0 323 $100.472. and MARCENT EDL • The revised AAO is 910 Comments: • SON for modernization of the Marine Corps Ground Heavy Anti-Armor System dtd 17 Nov 2000 addressed deficiencies in TOW shelf life performance and surveillance capabilities 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 6 . Rationale: • 8 TOW systems are fielded to weapons Companies in the Infantry Battalion.168 System Description: $37.392.522 • Night Vision Equipment Set provides enhanced night vision capability for target detection and engagement with the TOW. WRMR.

000 System Description: AAV Reliability.000 $607. Rationale: 39 AAV P7 per Company. Personnel) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 930 0 5 935 $76.050. Among other improvements. Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 7 . the engine and transmission are replaced with Bradley Fighting Vehicle derivatives and the remainder of the vehicle is rebuilt to original specifications. Maintainability / Rebuild to Standard (RAM/RS) addresses the increasing age of the AAV fleet. Company (+) in III MEF and MARFORRES. Full Battalions in I and II MEF.750. Availability.TAMCN: E0846 (Amphibious Assault Vehicle. Remainder in Supporting establishment.

heavy anti-tank weapon system. Also the TOW 2B missile is currently under review for approval from the WSESRB.554 • Tube launched. and Troop Safety. A new ESD bag and IM container are currently under development for the TOW missile. • The revised AAO is 910 Comments: Current issues involved in the TOW Missile Mod Program are Shelf Life Extension. vehicle-mounted or helicopter-carried. Reliability in Combat. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 8 . and WRMR.465.TAMCN: E0935 (Launcher. Rationale: • 8 TOW systems are fielded to weapons Companies in the Infantry Battalion. DMFA. Tubular. • System is also fielded to LAR and Tank Battalions • AAO adjustment is a result of validating distribution at the UIC level and includes allocations for MARCENT EDL. Optically tracked. F/GM TOW Weapon System) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 772 138 1 824 0 87 $19. Enhanced Equipment Allowance Pool (EEAP). Wire command link guided missile (TOW) • A crew-portable.694 System Description: $6.589. • Program will take corrective action and implement modifications the TOW Weapon System and Missiles to include supportability and readiness shortfalls.

. digital transmission capabilities and satellite communications while on the move (SATCOM). Budget decrements in PresBud07 resulted in the loss of funds to upgrade 8 vehicles.000 System Description: $0 Upgrade provides digital capabilities communication capabilities. Budget decrements in PresBud07 resulted in the loss of funds to upgrade 8 vehicles. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 9 .TAMCN: E0946 (Light Armored Vehicle (LAV-C2 Upgrade)) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 50 5 0 134 5 -84 $24. These funds will permit the upgrading of all 50 legacy LAV-C2 vehicles. and addresses deficiencies including the intercom system. Rationale: 2004 FSRG increased AAO by 5 Comments: Funds support the upgrade of full fleet.000. HF radio.

Light Assault.000. Rationale: Comments: 2004 FSRG increased AAO by 70.TAMCN: E0947 (LAV. swim capable vehicle with night fight abilities. Crew of 3 and 4 scouts. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 10 .000. all-weather. It is air transportable including CH-53 E. 25MM) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 406 70 4 292 80 108 $20.000 System Description: $270.000 The LAV-25 is an all-terrain. M240G pintlemount and smoke grenades. M242 25 mm chain gun with 210 ready/ 420 stowed rounds.

894 System Description: $9.TAMCN: E0989 (M-240 Machine Gun. crew served weapon firing the 7.750.62x51mm round from a highly reliable platform. • Operational Requirements Document (ORD) for Improved Medium Machinegun (No. Comments: • The Marine Corps is currently in the process of transitioning from the M240G to the M240B. • The weapon is a left hand feed. INS 1-13) dtd 1 Feb 1994. gas operated. WRMR. • 3 guns per Infantry Company. • The M240 can be configured for either ground or vehicle employment.62MM) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 5078 1603 26 4619 805 1283 $25. Rationale: • Medium Machine Gun fielded to units across the MAGTF.902. • 240B will achieve improvements in ground employment. • AAO adjustment is a result of validating distribution at the UIC level and includes allocations for DMFA. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 11 .800 • The M240 Machine Gun is the replacement for the M60E3 medium machine gun. belt fed. Medium. MARSOC and Distributed Operations. 7.

352 System Description: Company and Battalion Mortars (CBM) is a product improvement applying advances in metallurgy and manufacturing to the 60mm mortar system. • 50% reduction in production time • No degradation in range and effectiveness.937. • Overall weight reduction of 30% • 30% reduction in the total system cost. Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 12 . 60MM. LWCMS) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 695 6 0 535 78 88 $17.917. Additionally quantities fielded to Supporting Establishment in support of training.TAMCN: E1065 (Mortar.159 $4. Revised AO allows for issue of six systems to Foreign Military Training Unit (FMTU) in support of training mission. Rationale: System is issued three per Infantry Rifle Company to the Operating Forces.

782. 81MM. • Overall weight reduction of 30% • 30% reduction in total system cost • 50% reduction in production time • No degradation in range and effectiveness Rationale: System is issued eight per Infantry Battalion and two per LAR Company in the Operating Forces. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 13 . Extended Range) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 650 4 3 522 26 109 $27. Additionally quantities fielded to Supporting Establishment in support of training.282.195 System Description: Company and Battalion Mortars (CBM) is a product improvement applying advances in metallurgy and manufacturing to the 81mm mortar system. Comments:. Revised AO allows for issue of two additional systems per LAR Battalion in active forces to support an additional company.TAMCN: E1095 (Mortar.940 $13.

MARSOC requirements. The monocular style allows the Marine to maintain night eye adaptation in one eye while using the night vision device with the other eye.DO requirements.599 System Description: $0 • The AN/PVS-14 Monocular Night Vision Device (MNVD) is a lightweight optical night vision device with third generation image intensifier technology.559.Expanded requirement for individual night optics (based on OIF/OEF operational needs).TAMCN: E1154 (AN/PVS-14) # Original AAO Revised AO Combat Losses O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 9732 115618 27 15536 118832 -8991 $79. • The AN/PVS-14 weighs less than one pound and is powered by two AA alkaline or lithium batteries.732. Rationale: • Change 2 to the Monocular Night Vision Device ORD. . • The AN/PVS-14 can be used as a hand-held pocket scope. . • Updated AAO has increased due to: . Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 14 . helmet or weapon mount.Distribution of systems to school houses was increased in order to adequately support training requirements. dtd 30 Dec 94. established the AAO at 9. . mounted to a head.

816.Expanded requirement for image intensifying weapon optics outside the GCE.000 System Description: • The AN/PVS-17 Mini Night Vision Sight (MNVS) is a lightweight optical sight with third generation image intensifier technology. .Distribution of systems to school houses was increased in order to adequately support training requirements. Rationale: • Approved O&O for the Thermal Weapon Sight. based on OIF/OEF operational needs. Mini Night Vision Sight) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 2618 TBD 12 1656 TBD $21. • ECP to correct the problems has been implemented and MCSC is in the process of retrofitting existing sights in order to return the systems to service. established the AAO at 2.TAMCN: E1160 (AN/PVS-17C.DO requirements. • Revised AAO number will be available over the weekend 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 15 . Comments: • Currently suspended from use as an aiming device due to technical issue (system shutting off during firing). . dtd 21 Mar 02. . • Updated AAO has increased due to: .MARSOC requirements.618. • The AN/PVS-17C is intend for use on the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon and M240G Medium Machine Gun.

TAMCN: E1442 (Rifle. • Externally incorporates multiple attachment points to better integrate with the expanding group of weapons accessories such as day and night optics. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 16 .564.055 System Description: The M16A4 is the service rifle component of the Modular Weapon System (MWS). after action reporting has shown need to field across the MAGTF in order to leverage combat advantage provided by the multitude of weapon accessories being fielded to all units. and visible lights. • Uses the same operating system and internal components as the M16A2. • Updated AAO reflects implementation of Marine Corps Equipment Review Group (MCERG) Individual Weapon recommendations as reviewed by the MROC and implementation of DC for CD&I guidance to assign the M16A4 as the service rifle of the Marine Corps. 3. providing repeatable indexing of accessories for removal and attachment without loss of zero. Comments: Verified O/O quantity with PM Infantry Weapons.791 $55. Rationale: Originally intended for GCE units only. 12 and 9 o’clock positions. 5. MCSC.56MM M16A4) # Original AAO Revised AO Combat Losses O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 65. • Attachment points conform to Mil Std 1913 for the Picatinny Rail system. laser pointers.995 74.107 82 51628 24115 64441 $43. • Removable carrying handle and Rail Adaptor System provide positive attachment points at the 6.097.

The program has been decremented $235M across the FYDP. Rationale: MROCDM 09-2002 reduced the AAO for HIMARS from 45 systems to 40. The program is on schedule.000 System Description: HIMARS is a transformational 24 hour. This results in FOC not being achieved until funding is restored. The AAO for the launcher is 40 (36 operational and 4 DMFA) Comments: Currently the only issue with the HIMARS program is the numerous funding decrements received this past year.000. within cost and has met or exceeded all performance requirements. There are no other major issues with this program. ground-based.900 rocket munitions. A system consists of one launcher and two resupply vehicles with trailers and munitions. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 17 .000. This has resulted in a reduction of 10 systems and over 1.000 $102. responsive General Support / General SupportReinforcing (GS/GSR) precision indirect fire support system which accurately engage targets at long ranges (60+ Km) with high volumes of lethal fire under all weather conditions throughout all phases of combat operations ashore.TAMCN: E1500 (HIMARS Launcher Systems) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 40 0 0 5 18 17 $60. supports both irregular and traditional warfare. HIMARS is C-130 and amphibious transportable and with precision fires.

000 • Guided Missile Test Set provides diagnostic and repair capability at the Battalion level. • Test System procured by the Program Manager for AntiArmor Weapons Systems Rationale: • Guided Missile Test Set fielded to Ordinance Maintenance companies.800. H&S Companies in Infantry and LAR Bns • AAO has been reviewed at the UIC level Comments: • SON for modernization of the Marine Corps Ground Heavy Anti-Armor System dtd 17 Nov 2000 addressed deficiencies in TOW shelf life performance and surveillance capabilities 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 18 .TAMCN: E1912 (Guided Missile System Test Set) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 159 0 0 159 $13.000 System Description: $95.400.

based on OIF/OEF operational needs. The B models are no longer supportable. high-performance Forward Looking Infra-Red weapon sight. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page •Revised AAO number will be available over the weekend 19 . low-power. 2007. & sandstorms). • 1st delivery of the new AN/PAS-13D models to occur in Jan.000 System Description: $ • The MTWS is a light-weight.Expanded requirement for thermal optics outside the GCE.119. . • MCSC is procuring the new AN/PAS-13D model via supplemental funding. dtd 24 Aug 98. • Updated AAO has increased due to: . conduct surveillance and assist in engaging targets during all lighting conditions and under conditions of limited visibility conditions (smoke.119 TBD 28 2979 5315 TBD $27. . Comments: • WRMR and DMFA have not been established. • The MTWS is designed to be employed on the M240 medium machine gun and M249 Squad Automatic Weapon. • The MTWS is used to observe/orient.940.MARSOC requirements.DO requirements. . fog.Distribution of systems to school houses was increased in order to adequately support training requirements. Rationale: • Approved O&O for the Thermal Weapon Sight. established the AAO at 3. detect and identify targets.TAMCN: E1975 (AN/PAS-13B (V2) for M249 & M240) # Original AAO TBD Combat Losses O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 3.

& sandstorms). . • Provides vision long-range observation and surveillance capability: . Comments: • WRMR and DMFA have not been established.LRTI selected as the materiel solution to providing a thermal capability for the Common Laser Range Finder.000 • Portable binocular.074 1 29 576 693 $13. detect and identify targets.906.600 meters and vehicle-sized target in excess of 7. fog. . • Updated AAO has increased due to: .TAMCN: E1978 (Long Range Thermal Imager (LRTI)) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 223 1. • 1st delivery of the new LRTI systems to occur in Dec. plus 3 systems for each SOTG. hand-held. cooled FLIR used to observe/orient. • This new system is replacing the ~88 foreign built SOPHIE thermal imagers that were procured in response to an OIF Urgent UNS (systems no longer supportable).Distribution of systems to school houses was increased in order to adequately support DO training requirements. 2006.ability to detect man-sized targets in excess of 3. Rationale: • LRTI SON established AAO at 223.MARSOC requirements. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 20 . Concept of Distribution was 1 per recon team. conduct surveillance and assist in engaging targets during all lighting conditions and under conditions of limited visibility conditions (smoke.000 System Description: $31.500 meters.878.

Comments: Currently the only issue with the HIMARS program is the numerous funding decrements received this past year.000 $3. This has resulted in a reduction over 1. Unitary warhead. Both variants use an inertial measurement unit guidance system that is aided by the Global Positioning System. The program has been decremented $235M across the FYDP.297. while the GMLRS Unitary rocket will have a single.000. 200-pound class. high-explosive.TAMCN: HA37/HA22 (Guided MLRS (GMLRS) Rockets) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 4809 0 0 0 0 4809 $96. Rationale: The Total Munition Requirement (TMR) for GMLRS includes a mix of DPICM and Unitary rockets.600. 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 21 .000 System Description: The Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) consists of two variants of rockets fired from the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) launchers.900 rocket munitions. The GMLRS Dual-Purpose Improved Conventional Munition (DPICM) variant carries 404 bomblets.

• Consisting of the Command Launch Unit (CLU) and Tactical Round. medium-range antitank weapon system.287 0 0 390 2897 $25. fire-and-forget.000 • The Javelin System is a man-portable.TAMCN: PM93 (JAVELIN) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 3.000 System Description: $231. • The fire-and-forget capability increases the gunner's ability to immediately take cover. • Thee Round consists of the fire-and-forget missile and the discardable Launch Tube Assembly (LTA).200.760. • AAO is extracted from Total Munitions Requirement (TMR) Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 22 . Rationale: • Missile quantities are to replace war expenditure of Javelin missiles.

000 $37.234. Electronic Turret Drive (LAV-25 Only). Automatic Fire Suppression System (AFSS). and Power Pack Enhancement. Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 23 .800. Ballistic Protection Upgrade Package (BPUP). Includes: Survivability Enhancement Package.000 System Description: Upgrade legacy vehicle fleet for improved survivability.400. Generation II (GEN II) Suspension Upgrade. This product improvement is applied only to each legacy platform. Rationale: 2004 FSRG increased AAO by 120. reliability and durability.TAMCN: SM724 (LAV Product Improvement Plan) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 764 0 0 1 763 $48.

AAO for M1A1 is 403. Replaces analog Turret Networks Box. Rationale: RXBN is a PIP applied to each M1A1.000 Sustains technology currency of the M1A1 to reduce total ownership costs. Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 24 .TAMCN: SM727 (Tank RXBN) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AAO O/H O/O Revised Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 403 0 0 403 $69.719.719.000 System Description: $69. Hull Networks Box and Cdr’s Panel in each vehicle.

• Specifically used against enemy bunkers. Wire guided missile weapon system (TOW) • TOW 2A Bunker Buster. Rationale: • Provides increased function and capability for existing missile system.TAMCN: WF82 (TOW 2A Bunker Buster) # Original Revised Combat Losses AAO AO O/H O/O Reset Qty $ Original Supp Updated Supp 2898 0 0 2898 $25.456. this missile has a range of up 3750m. Optically tracked.740 System Description: $112.890 • This missile is designed for use with the Tube launched. • AAO extracted from Total Munitions Requirement Comments: 7/28/2006 3:46 PM Page 25 .921.

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