LVSR

AcronymDefinition
LVSRLogistics Vehicle System Replacement (Marine Corps heavy truck)
LVSRLost Valley Scout Reservation
LVSRLarge Vocabulary Speech Recognition
LVSRLow Viscosity Silicone Rubber
LVSRLeft Ventricular Segmental Relaxation (cardiology)
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All might be required to support offensive and defensive surges, but only for a few hours per day The general complement of each M-FARP team is 150-60 personnel, four heavy LVSR SIXCON refueling trucks, sixteen seven-ton cargo trucks, eight MK970 five-thousand-gallon refueling trailers, thirty-three vehicles of the high-mobility multipurpose vehicle type, a large all-terrain forklift, and about a dozen miscellaneous trailers.
With a GVR of 98,000 lb., the LVSR is used by the military to transport supplies such as ammunition, fuel, water, heavy equipment, ISO containers, bridges, boats and towable trailers.
According to Oshkosh, the new LVSR incorporates several technological advances that increase the capability of the truck and improve its lifecycle costs.
The LVSR is coming just in time, said Mike Everly, team lead for heavy trucks.
Like the LVS, the LVSR will be used primarily for moving large amounts of supplies, such as ammunition, fuel, water and heavy equipment.
The new LVSR truck will replace the original Oshkosh Logistics Vehicle System (LVS) trucks, which have been in the Marine Corps' fleet since 1985.
The LVSR will be a heavy tactical transport vehicle for bulk liquids, ammunition, ISO containers up to 20 feet in length, tactical bridges and bulk cargo.
The delay in the LVSR solicitation--which originally had been scheduled for April 2002-appears to have been prompted by the installation and logistics branch, at Marine Corps headquarters.
Again, that too would represent a significant technological achievement if one fluid/oil is serving all the lubrication needs of the LVSR.
The LVSR is a heavy tactical transport vehicle for bulk liquids, ammunition, ISO containers up to 20 feet in length, tactical bridges and bulk cargo.
"The Marine Corps is trying to make a decision on what they want to do with the LVS." Last year, the Corps tested a demonstrator vehicle, called LVS-Replacement, or LVSR, that officials claimed is more capable than the PLS or HEMTT.
The Logistics Vehicle System Replacement (LVSR) will be the first new vehicle designed for the US Marine Corps to incorporate the A/B armour solution.