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The Stryker M–SHORAD vehicle will provide lethal, mobile and survivable air defense against an array of aerial threats.
• Based on the new Stryker A1 chassis, the M–SHORAD enables the Army’s maneuver units for Multi–Domain Operations.
– On–board target–acquisition capability paired with the Army’s Integrated Air and Missile Defense battle command systems
– Hellfire missiles, Stinger missiles and a 30mm cannon
– Crew of 3/4
– FUE March ’21 – (x4) Combat Platforms
– FY 22-24 (x4) SHORAD Battalions
– 144 Combat Platforms
PHOTO GALLERY - STRYKER M-SHORAD
– Increased 450–horsepower engine
– Improved 60,000–pound suspension
– Increased electrical power
– Digital vehicle architecture
Stryker A1 Modernization Program Efforts
– Stryker A1 common chassis supports the U.S. Army’s emerging operational needs for DE–MSHORAD, M–SHORAD and Command Post.
– U.S. Army is pure–fleeting all six Stryker Brigade Combat Teams to A1 configuration
General Dynamics Land Systems is working with the Rapid Capabilities & Critical
Technologies Office (RCCTO) to deliver revolutionary, counter–UAS capability to the U.S.
Army using high–energy lasers on a combat vehicle platform.
• Mounted on the newest Stryker A1 chassis, the Stryker DE–MSHORAD system will provide
air defense to maneuver forces with the mobility and survivability needed to win in Multi–
Domain Operations (MDO).
• The Stryker DE–MSHORAD system will acquire, track and defeat a wide range of aerial
threats and will be a component of the Army’s integrated air defense network.
– Integrated two laser weapons systems (LWS) in 2020–21
– Supported RCCTO’s Combat Shoot–off, July 2021
– Producing three additional prototypes with Raytheon LWS in 2021 & 2022