PEO Land Systems
PM Medium & Heavy Tactical Vehicles
LTC Solutions is pleased to support the Program Managers Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM MHTV) and Light Tactical Vehicles (PM LTV) within the United States Marine Corps (USMC), Program Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS) in Quantico, VA. LTC Solutions is a sub-contractor to ManTech International.
The objective of this effort is to provide Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) to enhance integrated and interoperable ground transportation capabilities through technical project support for PM MHTV’s and PM LTV’s programs.
The PMs are responsible for research, development, acquisition, and total life cycle management of Marine Corps tactical vehicle acquisition programs as well as the life cycle management of tactical wheeled vehicle legacy systems and ancillary equipment, with a focus on establishing and maintaining effectual, comprehensive program management, financial management, logistics support, systems engineering support and cost estimation practices within specific cost, schedule and performance parameters.
PM MHTV and PM LTV are responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing the comprehensive acquisition, engineering, and life cycle management of program portfolios inclusive of product support for the USMC ground transportation programs and fielded assets. Operational tempo, life cycle, and force protection requirements of emerging threats continue to necessitate upgrades to the PM MHTV and PM LTV ground transportation equipment portfolio. Further, vehicle design decisions are required to improve vehicle capabilities and survivability. PM MHTV and PM LTV are moving forward with efforts both for system sustainment and system upgrades which can have significant impacts on fuel efficiency and occupant survivability. As these life cycle efforts and upgrades are executed through Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), it is critical that PM MHTV and PM LTV ensure occupant protection remains compliant with specification requirements. This occupant protection effort requires technical survivability analyses and Test and Evaluation (T&E) to verify survivability thresholds are met.