Here's what you receive when you purchase 

Vector's US Military Ground Vehicle Forecast:


  • Overall US military ground vehicle procurement, now through FY25, reported in both units and dollars.
  • Analysis of base budget funding, Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) funding, factors driving OCO funding, and additional funding projected by Vector to be included in future budgets.
  • Analysis of RDT&E funding for ground vehicles.
  • Detailed procurement schedules for all vehicle programs and discussion of upcoming program specific milestones.
  • Provided in PDF files (both full-text report format and PowerPoint briefings).
  • A briefing available October 2017 that analyses Congressional markups to vehicle funding requested for FY18 and intel from NDIA's GVSETS conference. 

  • A briefing available January 2018 that presents final vehicle funding enacted for FY18 and/or vehicle funding presented in Congressional conference reports (for the FY18 National Defense Appropriations and Authorization Acts) and intel from IDGA's Future Combat Vehicle conference. 

  • Availability for Vector to conduct conference calls with staff to discuss the forecast.
  • Availability for Vector to answer specific program related questions through January 2018.

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​Questions we answer in the forecast include:  

  • What Stryker program funding got cut from the FY18 budget and which combat vehicle programs are taking up the slack?

  • What is the updated schedule for the Mobile Protected Firepower vehicle program?

  • What's the status of the JLTV being using as an interim light recon vehicle?

  • Who is procuring more JLTV's than indicated in their original acquisition objective?

  • What new starts in the RDT&E budget support future vehicle modernization?
  • Is the FMTV A2 program still on track?





Review our report prospectus to see sample charts, list of all vehicle programs covered, methodology, and discussion of forecast accuracy (click big blue button above).

Vector Analytics leverages data mining and data science techniques to provide strategic insight to organizations in the materials, defense, and aerospace industries.

The comprehensive vehicle program coverage you expect in Vector's forecast releases:


  • Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV)

  • Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) 

  • HMMWV Upgrades and Mods
  • MRAP and MPVF Mods
  • Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) 
  • Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV)
  • The Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Protection Kit Program
  • Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) Mods
  • Logistics Vehicle System Replacement (LVSR) Mods
  • Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV)
  • Active Protection Systems (APS)
  • Bradley Fighting Vehicles (A4 Upgrades and ECPs)
  • Stryker Vehicles (Mods, ECPs, and More DVHs?)
  • Armored Multi Purpose Vehicle (AMPV)
  • Paladin (PIM)
  • Abrams Tank (Mods and ECPs)
  • Light Armored Vehicle (LAV-PIP)
  • Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV PIP)
  • Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, we've got them all covered)
  • And programs on the horizon such as the Heavy Dump Truck (HDT), Enhanced Heavy Equipment Transporter System (E-HETS), Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) Vehicle, and the Future Fighting Vehicle (FFV) or a Bradley AX.
  • We cover all the services' ground vehicle requirements (USA, USMC, USN, USAF, and USSOCOM).

Please complete the following form to let us know your company is interested in purchasing our 2018 US Military Vehicle Procurement Forecast. We will contact you promptly with details.

Vector Analytics Announces New Pricing For Their 2018 US Military Ground Vehicle Procurement Forecast!


​This report forecasts vehicle procurement from FY18 through FY25, 3 years beyond the DOD’s Future Year Defense Plan that is currently available to the public. 


Vector Analytics has published this report since 2007. It is the most accurate and detailed forecast of US military ground vehicle procurement publicly available. Read our LinkedIn post for highlights from the new forecast.


With your purchase of our FY18 forecast, we also include updates after Congressional action occurs on the FY18 National Defense Appropriations and Authorization Acts through January 2018.


The report's price is now $2,495 for a single site license.  Price of an enterprise license (multiple sites or divisions) is $3,945.​ How accurate are our forecasts? Read this LinkedIn post to find out.

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