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LCVLeague of Conservation Voters
LCVLight Commercial Vehicle
LCVLine Code Violation
LCVLondon Contemporary Voices (choral group.)
LCVLonger Combination Vehicles
LCVLarge Cap Value (finance)
LCVLeukocytoclastic Vasculitis (acute pustular psoriasis)
LCVLine Coding Violation (error event)
LCVLow Calorific Value
LCVLaboratoire Central Vétérinaire
LCVLiga Colombiana de Videojuegos (Spanish: Colombian Videogaming League; Colombia)
LCVLymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus
LCVLincolnville (Amtrak station code; Lincolnville, ME)
LCVLaos Cambodian Vietnamese (gang)
LCVLife Cycle Value
LCVLevel Control Valve
LCVLanding Craft, Vehicle
LCVLoop Control Variable (programming)
LCVLothians Conservation Volunteers (Scotland, UK)
LCVLight Contingency Vehicle
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LCVLoopback Command, Video Loop Request
LCVLipid Coated Virus
LCVLen Cable Vehicle
LCVLos Caballeros Vengadores (Spanish: Knights Avengers; gaming)
LCVLaboratory for Computational Vision (New York University)
LCVLiving Cities of Vvardenfell (gaming; Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind)
LCVLa Crosse encephalitis virus
LCVLow Consumption Vehicle (automotive)
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The GMV was previously known as the ultra light combat vehicle.
Parker stressed that the ultra light combat vehicle would not be replacing any other truck because legacy platforms are not capable of quickly moving troops through areas where soldiers usually must walk on foot.
The ultra light combat vehicle capability would give commanders another option, Parker said.
If FCS works as planned, it will be a network of as many as 18 types of light combat vehicles (each about 16 tons), including direct-fire and non-line of sight platforms, ground robots and pilotless aircraft.
But it probably will rake at least five years to orchestrate the pieces of what ultimately will be an intricate network of light combat vehicles.
Nobody has ever built a family of 16-ton light combat vehicles and robots that operate in a wireless network.