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M1126 Stryker ICV  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2003
Total Production: ?
Unitary Cost: USD$2.0 million
Also Known As: Infantry Carrier Vehicle
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: General Dynamics
Parent System: Stryker
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2003
Total Production: 5,100
Total Cost: USD$17 billion
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  Armor 4.0
  Firepower 2.0
  Mobility 2.0
  Performance 3.0
  Range 3.0
  Speed 2.0
  Survivability 3.0
Description: The Stryker vehicle is the result of lessons learned by the US Army during the Gulf War in 1991. Current light divisions are deployable but they can not stand up armored forces. On the other hand, current heavy divisions equipped with Abrams and Bradley tanks can defeat any armored forces but they need months to be deployed (the US Army requested 6 months to build up the heavy forces that defeated Saddam Hussein). The Stryker meets both requirements deployability/mobility, and lethality/survivability. The US Army original plans were to procure up to 2,131 Stryker vehicles to equip six Interim Brigades Combat Teams (IBCT) through 2008. The estimated cost of the Stryker, originally named Interim Armored Vehicle (IAV), program was $4 billion. Each Interim Brigade will feature more than 300 Stryker vehicles and the first one (3rd brigade, 2nd infantry division) will achieve operational capability in 2003. Finally the US Army procured more than 4,700 Stryker vehicles.

The Stryker armored vehicle weighs no more than 38,000 pounds, can be airlifted by a single C-130 aircraft, and has enough armor to stop small arms fire. There are 10 variants of the Stryker vehicle: Infantry Carrier Vehicle, Mobile Gun System, Anti-Tank Guided Missile Vehicle, Reconnaissance Vehicle, Fire Support Vehicle, Engineer Squad Vehicle, Mortar Carrier Vehicle, Commander's Vehicle, Medical Evacuation Vehicle, and the NBC Reconnaissance Vehicle. Each vehicle provides all around 14.5mm integral protection, RPG-protection through add-on armor, overhead 152mm HE airburst and NBC protection, as well as individual crew respirators and reduced thermal and acoustic signatures.

The Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle can transport up to nine fully equipped troops and has a crew of two, driver and commander. It features a remote weapon station with a 40mm grenade launcher, or a 12.7mm or a 7.62mm machine guns. General Dynamics announced the delivery of 1,000th Stryker armored vehicle to the US Army during a ceremony at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Alabama, on January 13, 2005. The Stryker family of vehicles is assembled at the Army's Anniston Army Depot, Anniston, Alabama, and at General Dynamics Land Systems' facility in London, Ontario, Canada. In May 2005, the 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron based at 354th Operations Group at Eielson became the first unit belonging to the US Air Force to operate the Stryker armored vehicle. In mid-August 2005, the United States began its first deployment of the Stryker Brigade Combat Team in a combat area. The US Army's 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team was the first Stryker-equipped unit deployed in Iraq beginning on 14 August 2005. The move was aimed at completing the training on the Stryker thus demonstrating capabilities in a real combat scenario.

On December 2, 2004, General Dynamics Land Systems was awarded a $260 million contract for 95 Stryker combat vehicles, including 14 mobile gun systems; 17 NBC vehicles; 25 infantry; and 39 mortar carrier vehicles. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in January 2005 and will continue through February 2006. In 2005 the US Army awarded General Dynamics Land Systems an order for the fifth Stryker brigade comprising 423 Stryker wheeled combat vehicles valued at approximately $582 million. Vehicle deliveries were slated for January 2006 through January 2007. As of early in 2005, the first Stryker brigades has been successfully operating in Iraq since October 2003.

On April 12, 2006 the US Army awarded General Dynamics Stryker fiscal year 2006 production contract valued at $464 million for 360 wheeled combat vehicles. Vehicles delivery were slated to start in April 2007 through March 2008. In October 2006 the US Army awarded a new contract to General Dynamics Land Systems for 109 Stryker vehicles increasing the Army's fiscal year 2006 Stryker procurement to a total of 518 vehicles. FY2006 Stryker deliveries should be complete by October 2008. To date, General Dynamics has delivered 1,780 Strykers of the 2,691 included in the U.S. Army's plans for seven Stryker Brigade Combat Teams. Stryker has demonstrated an operational readiness of 96 percent with more than 6 million miles accumulated.

M1126 Stryker ICV Specifications

Crew: 2
Troops: 9
Wheel Drive: 8x8
Height: 2.64 meter (104 inch)
Length: 6.98 meter (275 inch)
Main Gun Caliber: 12.7 millimeter
Width: 2.72 meter (107 inch)
Max Range: 483 kilometer (300 mile)
Power: 350 shp (261 kW)
Cross Country Speed: 72 kph (20.0 mps)
Top Speed: 100 kph (62 mph)
Combat Weight: 17,237 kilogram (38,000 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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M1126 Stryker ICV News

There are 37 news between
4 Feb 2003 and 28 Feb 2019
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Thursday, February 28, 2019US Army Awards Contract for Stryker Armored Vehicles Sustainment
Monday, October 8, 2018US Army to Upgrade 173 Additional Strykers to A1 Standard
Tuesday, June 26, 2018US Army to Upgrade 116 Stryker Armored Vehicles to A1 Configuration
Thursday, June 21, 2018US Army Orders Additional Double V-Hull Stryker Armored Vehicles
Monday, October 9, 2017Raytheon Offers US Army Stryker-Mounted Stinger Missile Air Defense System
Friday, April 14, 2017US Army Tests Stryker-Based Laser Weapon to Shot Down Drones
Monday, December 5, 2016FMS: Peru Requests Sale of 178 Reconditioned Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicles
Friday, October 7, 2016US Army Orders Upgade of 215 Stryker Armored Vehicles to Double-V Hull Configuration
Wednesday, September 28, 2016Russia to Develop Mine-Clearance Robotic Vehicle Based upon Armata or Boomerang Platforms
Thursday, November 5, 2015FMS: Lithuania Requests 84 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicles

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