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#1: Improve force protection (Soldier, vehicle, base) to ensure survivability across all operations

Subtopic Title: Soldier Force Protection

Description: US Army has an interest in any Technologies / Processes / Products and Procedures that will protect the individual soldier from lethal and debilitating injuries. Soldier as a system includes any of the above that will ensure survivability and improve the soldier fighting capability and sustainability in the war fight.

Subtopic Title: Vehicle Force Protection

Description: US Army has an interest in any Technologies / Processes / Products and Procedures that will protect vehicles which include Wheeled, Tracked, and Robotic. This includes all aspects of vehicle protection to ensure the survivability of crews and sustainment of vehicles in the war fight.

Subtopic Title: Base Force Protection

Description: US Army has an interest in any Technologies / Processes / Logistics / Products and Procedures that will protect all types of bases to include facilities, forward operating bases etc. Base camp protection is multi-dynamical and interest extends to all aspects of protection, survivability and sustainment of the inhabitants of various types of Base configurations.


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