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                                               SMP Appendix BD

                                 Mission Profile and SMP Support Concept




             1. SMP Attachment BD-1 – Mission Profile

             2. SMP Attachment BD-2 – SMP Support Concept




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                                              SMP Attachment BD-1
                                                 Mission Profile




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1.         System description

1.1        The MSVS SMP Vehicle System will be comprised of:
1.1.1      Cargo Variant;
1.1.2      Load Handling System Variant;
1.1.3      Cargo Variant with Crane;
1.1.4      Gun Tractor Variant;
1.1.5      Load Handling System Trailer; and
1.1.6      Interchangeable Armour Protection System (APS) Kit that can be installed on any vehicle as and
           when required.

2.         Intended use
2.1        The MSVS SMP Vehicle is intended for use worldwide to support preparation and conduct of all
           types of land based operations. These operations range from disaster relief to combat operations
           when the Canadian Forces, including Joint or Land forces are ordered to deploy to perform land
           based operations.

3.         Usage framework
           3.0.1      The Department of National Defence has developed Forc e Planning scenarios, which
                      categoriz es and describes circumstances in which defence forces expect to be used. To
                      further understand the general usage conditions of the MSVS SMP vehicle, generic
                      descriptions are provided below. The MSVS SMP will be a key vehicle for all Regular
                      Land Force units.

3.1.       Search and Rescue in Canada
           3.1.1      The MSVS SMP will be used in providing support to local authorities in land search and
                      rescue. The capability will enable the transport of troops and supplies to remote locations
                      via highways, secondary roads and improvised roads suc h as (but not limited to) cut
                      lines, fire road, trails.

3.2.       Disa ster Relief in Canada
           3.2.1      The MSVS SMP will be used as a primary means of land transportation by Territorial
                      Battalions to provide assistance to civil authorities in most disaster relief operations in
                      Canada. The breath of scenarios encompasses past operations (Ice Storm, floods, forest
                      fires, snow storms, etc.) and contingency planning (earthquakes, chemical disaster, etc.)

3.3.       International Humanitarian Assi stance
           3.3.1      The MSVS SMP will be used as a primary means of Land Transportation by specialized
                      units including, but not limited to the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DA RT), to be
                      deployed to areas requiring disaster relief. The breadth of operations includes past
                      deployments, such as Hurricane Mitch in Honduras, tsunami relief in Sri Lanka,
                      earthquake in Pakistan, and future contingency operations.

3.4.       Surveillance and Control of Canadian Territory and Approache s
           3.4.1      The MSVS SMP will be used to support Operations. Roles and missions include, but are
                      not limited to, transporting materiel and personnel to key points, moving Special
                      Equipment Vehicle Kits to support the mission, etc.



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3.5        Evacuation of Canadian Overseas
           3.5.1      The MSVS SMP will be deployed to evacuate Canadians nationals from threats such as
                      civil unrest, environmental catastrophes to a pre -defined point of departure.

3.6        Peace Support Operations (Chapter 6)
           3.6.1      The MSVS SMP will be deployed as part of a United Nation mandated Peace Support
                      Operation worldwide. Past operations have included Bosnia, Erithrea, Haiti, etc.

3.7        Aid to Civil Power/Assi stance to Law Enforcement Agencie s
           3.7.1      The MSVS SMP will be used in a support role to deployed Units, through the movement
                      of materiel and personnel to support operations and ongoing support such as resupply.

3.8        National Sovereignty / Interest Enforcement
           3.8.1      The MSVS SMP will be used in support of deployment in largely uninhabited areas of
                      Canada to support Canadian territorial claims.

3.9        Peace Support Operations (Chapter 7)
           3.9.1      The MSVS SMP will be deployed as part of a United Nation mandated Peace Support
                      Operation worldwide. Past operations have included Korea and Kosovo.

3.10       Defence of North America
           3.10.1 The MSVS SMP will be used in support of the Defence of North America in providing
                  support to operations such as but not limited to resupply, transportation of personnel and
                  materials.

3.11       Collective Defence
           3.11.1 The MSVS SMP will be used in support of military training within Canada for the La nd
                  Forces Reservists and Training Organisations throughout the Canadian Forces.

4.         Geographical
4.1        The MSVS SMP shall perform all its functions wit h maximum gross loads, including a fully loaded
           trailer and with all attachments and equipment while maint aining the necessary stability, structural
           integrity, and operational capability. The MSVS SMP shall perform in the following operating
           conditions: Severe washboard surfaces and cross country conditions including but not limited to:
           Rocky surfac es; Plowed fields; Sand; Mud; Flooded terrain; Snow and Ic e (including the use of
           tire chains); Trails; Cut Lines; Light Vegetation; Highway and Sec ondary roads.

5.         Concept of Operations
5.1        The MSVS SMP shall support the preparation and conduct of land based operations world wide
           under all conditions when land forces are called to action. It shall be capable of effective, real
           time combat support and combat service support for all wheeled combat vehicle and supporting
           tracked vehicles in near real time.

6.         Usage pattern
6.1        The MSVS SMP fleet is expected to be used an average of 5,000 kilometers per year, per
           vehicle. This usage is expected to take place 70% of the time on publicly maintained roads and
           the remainder on off roads conditions described above. Wit hin the publicly maintained roads,
           approximately 30% of the total distance will be on paved surfaces, and the remainder will be
           gravel based and like substanc es. The table below lists activities that can take place during a
           mission. This table has been a veraged over the life of the vehicle over all activities (operations,
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           training, administrative function, etc) that can take place, using the requested reliability and
           dependability factors requested in the specifications.

           Mission                                 Unit of Measure                       Qty           Comments
a. Time                                 Duration in hours                                10
b. Length                               Distance in kilometres                           200
c. Idling time                          Hours                                             2
d. Paved road                           % of distance                                    20        Approx 100 km/h
e. Secondary road                       % of distance                                    50        Approx 60 km/h
f. Trails                               % of distance                                    25        Approx 20 km/h
g. X-Country                            % of distance                                     5        Approx 3-5 km/h
h. Night driving                        % of time                                        40
i. Reverse gear                         Times per mission                                10
j. Average speed                        km/h                                             30
k. Max speed                            km/h                                             110
l. Fording                              Times per mission                                 1
m. Trailer towing                       % of time                                        30
n. Shutdown / start                     Times per mission                                 4
o. Hard braking                         Times per mission (deceleration of at            50
                                                       2
                                        least 20 km/hr )
p. Hard acceleration                    Times per mission (acceleration of at            50
                                                       2
                                        least 20 km/hr )
q. Hard turns                           Steering limiter hits per mission              75
r. LHS load cycle                       Times per mission                             6.4          LHS vehicles only
s. Crane operation                      Hour per mission                                1       Vehicles with crane only
t. Crane operation                      Cycles per mission                             12        At maximum capacity
u. All Wheel Drive                      Distance in meters per mission               20000
v. Differentials locked                 Distance in meters per mission              1000
(when applicable)
w. Self Rec overy                       Times per Mission                           1           Vehicles with winch only
x. Self Recovery                        Distance in Meters per event                100         Vehicles with winch only
y. Suspended tow                        Times per Mission                           .02                  At GVW
z. Suspended tow                        Distance in Kilomet res per event           80                   At GVW
aa. Driving with chains                 Maximum occurrenc e per mission             2          Note: occurs in wint er or
                                                                                               marginal traction
                                                                                               conditions.
ab. Driving with chains                 Distance in Kilomet res per event           50         Note: Speed reduced
                                                                                               IAW OEM and chain
                                                                                               manufacturer
                                                                                               recommendations,
                                                                                               typically in the 15-40 Kph
                                                                                               range.
ac. Camouflaging                        Times per Mission                           1          2 personnel climbing on
vehicle                                                                                        vehicle
ad. Ferrying Ops                        Times per year                              2

Table 1. MSVS SMP Duty Cycle


7.         Unusual and severe conditions
7.1        Light vegetation is described as small trees/brush wit h a stem diameter less than or equal to 25
           mm in diameter at breast height. Driving with chains oft en occurs in winter ex ercise and
           operations for extended periods, exceeding a cumulative distance of 500 kilometres o ver a period
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           of days. Specific vehicles carrying ammunition and hazardous materials normally require chains
           to the front axle and at least one more axle. Specific activities such as camouflaging vehicles
           occur more frequently during exercises.

8.         Key Role
8.1        The MSVS SMP shall be the intrinsic medium weight/lift ground capability for land based units
           and formations.

9.         Key Tasks
9.1        The MSVS SMP fleet shall be used for, but not limited to:
           9.1.1 Trans port ation of cargo;
           9.1.2 Trans port ation of Troops;
           9.1.3 Integral support (1st line) resupply;
           9.1.4 Close support resupply;
           9.1.5 General support resupply;
           9.1.6 The prime mover for Mobile Repair Team vehicles, equipped wit h crane and winch
           9.1.7 The prime mover for ISO sized Special Equipment Vehicle Kits, within the rated capacity
                  of the vehicle;
           9.1.8 Towing the LHS trailer;
           9.1.9 Towing of in-service trailers within the rated capacity of the vehicle; and
           9.1.10 Towing of in-service guns within the rated capacity of the vehicle.

10.0       Life Cycle
10.1       The MSVS SMP expected average annual usage is 5,000 km.
10.2       The MSVS SMP expected lifetime usage is 100,000 km.
10.3       The MSVS SMP expected life is 20 yrs.




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                                               SMP Attachment BD-2

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                                                         SUPPORT CONCEPT

                                                     Requirements to be determined.




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