Plan to Develop Counter-Armor Robotic Combat Vehicle 

Plan to Develop Counter-Armor Robotic Combat Vehicle 

This post is also available in: heעברית (Hebrew)

The US Military is planning to acquire a robotic combat vehicle in two versions – RCV- Light (RCV-L) and RCV-Medium (RCV-M) to defeat light-to medium-armored and aerial threats. The RCV-M (Robotic Combat Vehicle – Medium) is to weigh between 10 and 20 tons and

be eligible to transport by a C-130 transport aircraft.

General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) has developed the TRX platform, one of the leading candidates for the M-RCV, features innovative thinking, ranging from its AI-enhanced design to advanced, lightweight materials and a hybrid-electric propulsion system.

Its main features: A flat platform that enables simple installation of various weapon systems.  The robot is powered by a hybrid power plant based on a diesel engine, batteries, and electric motors, a multirole tracked chassis platform, as reported by