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XM1206 Infantry Carrier Vehicle

Definition/Scope: The XM1206 Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) is part of the Manned Ground Vehicles (MGV) family that consists of four platform versions: a Company Commander; a Platoon Leader; a Rifle Squad; and a Weapons Squad. The Infantry Platoon includes an ICV Platoon Leader variant; three ICV Rifle Squad variants; and an ICV Weapons Squad variant. The ICV Rifle Squad variant and ICV Weapons Squad variant each deliver 9-person infantry squads to a location from which they will conduct a close assault. The ICV effectively employs weapon systems and rapidly maneuvers during blackout, day and night operations, inclement weather, and limited visibility periods. The ICV carries the majority of equipment freeing the individual Soldier to focus on mission. The ICV can move, shoot, communicate, detect threats, and protect crew and critical components under most land-surface environments. Data transfer with other components of the BCT permits constant update of the common operational picture and rapid identification of targets. The ICV features the MK44 30mm cannon as its primary armament plus a 7.62 machine gun.



Use:

XM 1206 ICV


Used For:

Movement and Maneuver WFF

Broader Terms:

Army transformation
Future Combat System
Future Combat Systems (Brigade Combat Teams)
wheeled personnel carrier

Related Terms:

Brigade Support Battalion
FCS (BCT)
Infantry Fighting Vehicle
M2A2 Bradley
Manned Ground Vehicle
Multi-Function Radio Frequency System
Non Line Of Sight Launch System
UAS-XM 156
UAS-XM 157
Unattended Ground Sensor
Unmanned Ground Vehicle
XM 1201 RSV
XM 1202 MCS
XM 1203 NLOS-C
XM 1204 NLOS-M
XM 1205 FRMV


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