September 10 - 12 | Ft. Benning, GA
This year's conference entitled "The Brigade Combat Team: Readying for Large Scale Combat (LSCO)" will focus on how to train fundamental individual Soldier and collective skills and prepare the Maneuver Force for the future.
Location: McGinnis-Wickam Hall
Indoor Booth#: 29-31
Outdoor Booth#: 151-157
Reconfigurable Integrated-Weapons Platform (RIwP) - A lightweight precision lethality and integrated sensor capability which allows user in-the-field reconfigurability and uses current and future weapons, sensors and missiles. Learn more
Trophy HV Active Protection System - Trophy neutralizes modern anti-armor threats (including all anti-tank rockets and guided missiles) and explosive anti-tank rounds. Learn more
Initial Maneuver Short-Range Air Defense (IM-SHORAD) - The mission equipment package includes kinetic and non-kinetic defeat capabilities and an on-board radar. Learn more
TITAN On-Board Vehicle Power (OBVP) - When towed generators are not the best power-needs solution, TITAN OBVP provides commanders with flexibility and agility to access power on the go. While simultaneously reducing maintenance and support costs. Learn more
Data Distrbution Unit - Expandable (DDUx) II - The DDUx II is a highly integrated and extremely rugged computing Server incorporating Intel’s Core i7 processor technology, as well as removable 2.5” solid state hard drives. Learn more
Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) II - MFoCS II integrates existing Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) and Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P) capability into a powerful, modular and flexible hardware architecture. Learn more
Multi-Function Rugged Displays (MRD) II - The MRD IIs are multi-function, extremely rugged, sun light readable displays that incorporate resistive touch screens. Learn more
Multi-Function Rugged Tablet (MRT104) II - The MRT104 II Computing Tablet incorporates Intel’s Core i7 processor technology, as well as removable 2.5" solid state hard drives and an extensive array of external interfaces. Learn more
Family of Weapon Sights - Crew Served (FWS-CS) - The FWS-CS is a thermal weapon sight, which wirelessly communicates with a helmet worn display (HMD) increasing survivability and decisive operations in day or night conditions. The Warfighter has the ability to engage enemy targets while they are in defilade.
Family of Weapon Sights - Individual (FWS-I) - The FWS-I is an advanced clip-on infrared weapon sight combining rugged, lightweight, modular construction with superior thermal imaging technology giving today’s Warfighter uncompromising performance in day or night and in smoke or fog, significantly increasing survivability. Learn more
Improved Night Observation Device (INOD) Block III - The INOD Block III thermal weapon sight provides night/day and degraded battlefield or weather condition visibility for the Special Operation Forces (SOF) Sniper by easily clipping the device in front of the existing day scope. Learn more