Briefing media  at AUSA Annual Meeting

AUSA 2017
Delivering tomorrow’s technology today at AUSA 2016

BAE Systems will feature a range of innovative products and capabilities to meet U.S. Army needs at the 2016 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C., October 3-5. The company will host the following media briefings, highlighting combat vehicle programs and precision guided munitions technology that is currently in use or in development. The Army will join BAE Systems for one of the briefings, about the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle program.

2:00 p.m., Monday, October 3
Next Generation Bradley
BAE Systems AUSA Booth (#1105)
Speaker: Deepak Bazaz, director of Artillery and Bradley Programs at BAE Systems

BAE Systems will unveil its Next Generation Bradley Fighting Vehicle demonstrator. The concept vehicle was built with internal research and development funding to demonstrate a technologically superior and cost-effective option for the Army to address current and future needs. The vehicle also experiments with current, emerging, and future technologies.

9:30 a.m., Tuesday, October 4
Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle
BAE Systems AUSA Booth (#1105)
Speakers: Jim Miller, director of Business Development at BAE Systems, and Col. Mike Milner, project manager, AMPV, U.S. Army

BAE Systems was awarded a contract in December 2014 to produce the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) as a replacement to the M113. The company will display a prototype of the AMPV medical variant, and officials will discuss the features of the vehicle. In addition, BAE Systems will be joined by the Army to discuss the current state of the AMPV program, including recent program milestones and an update on production.

9:30 a.m., Wednesday, October 5
Precision Guided Munitions
BAE Systems AUSA Booth (#1105)
Speakers: Dave Harrold, director of Precision Guidance Solutions at BAE Systems, and John Perry, director of Business Development for Weapon Systems at BAE Systems

As an industry leader in precision guided munitions, BAE Systems has mastered the capability of further developing the technology for the U.S. military and its allies. The company will discuss capabilities and benefits of its precision guided munitions portfolio, including the APKWS laser-guided rocket, , Bonus, Hyper Velocity Projectile, Silver Bullet, and Multi Service – Standard Guided Projectile. These advanced fire power projectiles use innovative precision guided technology to cost-effectively hit targets more precisely, resulting in significantly reduced collateral damage.

Media are also encouraged to visit the BAE Systems booth (#1105) and AUSA 2016 to learn about other products and services that will be featured during the exposition.

Ref. No. 128/2016