LTAC

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AcronymDefinition
LTACLong-Term Acute Care
LTACLiterary Translators' Association of Canada
LTACLight Tactical
LTACLearning, Teaching and Assessment Committee
LTACLouisiana Tech Athletic Club (athletic fundraising, Louisiana Tech University)
LTACLossless Transform Audio Coding
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But this was primarily due to program disruption resulting from a contract award protest, according to a Congressional Research Service report published in May titled, "Joint Light Tactical Vehicle: Background and Issues for Congress.
Oshkosh Defense LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation company, has received an order from the United States Army Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program
The LTEV can also receive, tow and rapidly deploy a large vehicle bomb countermeasure system and this unique light tactical vehicle can be re-configured to serve specific agency needs including US Customs and Border Protection, HAZMAT, SWAT and more.
The company, which designs and builds steering systems and last year won the overall title at the Birmingham Post Business Awards, has been selected for the KADDB 4x4 Light Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle (LTATV) project.
Pailton Engineering, a world leader in the design and manufacture of steering systems, has provided parts for the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau's 4x4 Light Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle project.
At the same time, the Army was considering options on how to improve its light tactical vehicles.
AFTER refining requirements during a two-year technology development phase for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Army developers said they are poised to conduct a full and open competition geared toward formal production.
The acquisition strategy calls for sustainment and recapitalization of 50,000 up-armored high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicles (HMMWVs) and the divestiture of up to 50,000 aging HMMWVs, which will be replaced by new joint light tactical vehicles.
MillenWorks manufactures light tactical, unmanned ground, armoured and off-road vehicles and subsystems.
They are intended for replacement of existing 4x4 light tactical vehicles with in the Middle East and elsewhere.
The RG32M Light Tactical Vehicle (LTV) has a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of only 9 tons, classifying it as a light mine protected patrol vehicle.
The Coyote light tactical support vehicle (TSV), based on a 6x6 derivative of the Jackal designed by Supacat of Devon, will support the go-anywhere, high-mobility Jackals.