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Point Blank Enterprises Completes Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle System Requirements Review, Opens Detroit Office and Selects Cummins Inc.'s Advanced Combat Engine

Posted on March 4, 2022

For more than 50 years Point Blank Enterprises has provided threat protection solutions and performed Design Engineering, Program Management and Systems Integrator roles in support of the U.S. warfighter.

Point Blank Enterprises (PBE) and partner Keshik Mobile Power Systems (Keshik) recently completed the US ARMY's OMFV System Requirements Review (SRR) and Maintainability Concept Review (MCR), both of which are critical OMFV Phase 2 milestones.

To continue to build our combined capabilities, PBE and Keshik have opened a Detroit area office for our Land Systems engineering and program management team. "We continue to invest in our capabilities to fully realize our OMFV design concept. Having facilities and staff in close proximity to our government customer and key suppliers is just a small part of the overall capabilities we have assembled for the OMFV program," said Mark Edwards, Point Blank's Executive Vice President.

Additionally, PBE and Keshik are proud to announce the selection of the Cummins Advanced Combat Engine (ACE) for our OMFV offering. "The Cummins ACE is a critical enabling technology for the OMFV version of our Liberty vehicle platform. The Cummins ACE is extremely versatile with superior power density and thermal efficiency making it an ideal choice for combat vehicle applications," said Keshik CEO James Blackburn.

http://liberty-omfv.com/

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