Scout SV Specialist Vehicle

Seen here the first pre-production prototype of the Scout Specialist Vehicle (SV) at the UK’s biggest military vehicle demonstration, Defence Vehicle Dynamics (DVD). The vehicle is part of the Future Rap[id Effect System (FRES). The event, held at Millbrook near Milton Keynes, brings together the MoD’s equipment and support organisation (DE&S), the Army and industry to showcase the vehicles used by the military. It also looks ahead to the future equipment requirements of Future Force 2020, such as the 40mm cannon for our next generation military vehicles, which has jointly been developed with France and passed its ammunition qualification recently.A wide range of equipment that has supported the Army on recent combat operations, including the heavily armoured Mastiff and the protected, yet agile, Foxhound are on show at the event. Although procured specifically for Iraq and Afghanistan, the vehicles will have a key role in future operations carried out by the Army. Visitors also have the chance to see some of the next generation of Army vehicles. The UK’s first fully digitised tracked armoured vehicle, the Scout Specialist prototype, will be on display to demonstrate how technology and capability requirements are evolving to meet the needs of Future Force 2020. ------------------------------------------------------- © Crown Copyright 2014 Photographer: Andrew Linnett Image 45157765.jpg from www.defenceimages.mod.uk This image is available for high resolution download at www.defenceimagery.mod.uk subject to the terms and conditions of the Open Government License at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/. Search for image number 45157765.jpg For latest news visit www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ministry-of-defence Follow us: www.facebook.com/defenceimages www.twitter.com/defenceimages

Seen here the first pre-production prototype of the Scout Specialist Vehicle (SV) at the UK’s biggest military vehicle demonstration, Defence Vehicle Dynamics (DVD). The vehicle is part of the Future Rap[id Effect System (FRES).

The event, held at Millbrook near Milton Keynes, brings together the MoD’s equipment and support organisation (DE&S), the Army and industry to showcase the vehicles used by the military. It also looks ahead to the future equipment requirements of Future Force 2020, such as the 40mm cannon for our next generation military vehicles, which has jointly been developed with France and passed its ammunition qualification recently.A wide range of equipment that has supported the Army on recent combat operations, including the heavily armoured Mastiff and the protected, yet agile, Foxhound are on show at the event. Although procured specifically for Iraq and Afghanistan, the vehicles will have a key role in future operations carried out by the Army. Visitors also have the chance to see some of the next generation of Army vehicles. The UK’s first fully digitised tracked armoured vehicle, the Scout Specialist prototype, will be on display to demonstrate how technology and capability requirements are evolving to meet the needs of Future Force 2020.
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© Crown Copyright 2014
Photographer: Andrew Linnett
Image 45157765.jpg from www.defenceimages.mod.uk

This image is available for high resolution download at www.defenceimagery.mod.uk subject to the terms and conditions of the Open Government License at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/. Search for image number 45157765.jpg

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