BAE Systems recently unveiled a groundbreaking prototype of the Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) variant of the US Army’s Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV).

This development is part of a massive $797-million deal aimed at replacing the aging M113 Armored Personnel Carriers with cutting-edge technology and modular designs, offering both versatility and future readiness.

The C-UAS prototype offers enhanced anti-aircraft and anti-armor capabilities, showcasing the Army’s commitment to evolving its armored forces for modern warfare.

The unveiling of the C-UAS prototype is a pivotal moment in the AMPV program’s journey, which is poised to shape the future of the battlefield for decades to come.