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New military products to see in 2022

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It wouldn't be a new year without new equipment, and the Army will have plenty in 2022. Soldiers may be able to get their hands on new vehicles, weapons, and uniforms before the end of the year. Some of the equipment has already been delivered to Army troops and will continue to be delivered in 2022. This year, all of the other equipment will be spanking new. Here are the three new military products to see in 2022:

1. Army Combat Fitness Test Equipment.

2. Tactical Digital Media Kits.

3. Infantry Squad Vehicle.

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1. Army Combat Fitness Test Equipment.

The Kentucky National Guard was the first to receive equipment for the Army's new Combat Fitness Test in December 2019. More than 1,500 of the sets, which comprise bumper plates, barbells, medicine balls, and a nylon sled with straps, have been issued by the Army since then.

According to Vandermaarel, the Army is fielding this equipment in a regionalized manner, with units in the Southeast receiving it first. The Southwest will be fielded in February, followed by overseas in March, the Northeast in February and March, the Midwest in March and April, and the West in April and May. Vandermaarel estimates that fielding will be completed by mid-May.

2. Tactical Digital Media Kits.

The Tactical Digital Media Kit, which comprises audiovisual acquisition and editing technology, is designed specifically for public affairs soldiers. 270 kits have been sent to priority units so far. By the end of the fiscal year 2021, an additional 327 kits will be deployed to priority units. There are also plans for a one-time purchase of 560 kits for National Guard use utilizing National Guard and reserve equipment dollars, according to Vandermaarel.

The Tactical Digital Media kits, according to Vandermaarel, are an advance over the old video and still photo kits.

“The MTRS Inc II provides the warfighter with a standoff ability to locate, identify and clear landmines, unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices in the path of maneuvering Army or joint forces,” Higgins said in an email.  “It also provides [Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear] soldiers with the capability to employ CBRN sensors from a distance.”

3. Infantry Squad Vehicle.

According to an Army News Service report from August of last year, the Infantry Squad Vehicle will be deployed in 2021. The new nine-soldier vehicle was set to undergo its first phase of testing in late 2019 at Aberdeen Test Center in Maryland. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, would have hosted the second round of testing. According to the Army News Service story, 649 vehicles were planned to be purchased following testing and selecting a vendor. Before the deadline, Army Public Affairs officers were unable to confirm whether the scheduled testing took place or what the test results were.

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