Paladin/FAASV Integrated Management (PIM)

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Description: While the U.S. Army looks toward a future of modernized networked capabilities inherent in the manned and unmanned components of the Future Combat System (FCS), other planners are looking toward the same future with the goal of maintaining the viability of non-FCS platforms to support tomorrow's warfighters. The PIM program, which encompasses both M109A6 Paladins as well as supporting field artillery ammunition support vehicles, features a combination of Bradley common components, elements from the recently unveiled non-line-of-sight cannon (NLOS-C), current Paladin components and "other" components ranging from a new chassis structure (Paladin retains the M109A6 cab) to cupola ballistic protection for the chief of section.
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