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Mr. Kevin M. Fahey

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Combat Service Support Chief

Local Address: Illinois, United States
Army
 
Background

Employment History

  • Head
    Army
  • Deputy Project Manager for Crusader
    Army
  • Program Executive Officer
    Ground Combat Systems
  • Member, Department
    Ground Combat Systems
  • Peo
    Ground Combat Systems
  • Program Executive Officer
    Combat Support & Combat Service Support
  • Program Executive Officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support
    Tacom Limited
  • Program Executive Officer
    US Army and Navy
  • Robotics Trends Inc

Education

  • BS , Industrial Engineering/Operations Research
    University of Massachusetts
74 Total References
Web References
Speaking at the Association of the ...
www.armytimes.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Speaking at the Association of the United States Army conference here Feb. 19, Kevin Fahey, the Army's combat service support chief, told reporters that over the past 12 years of war in the deserts and mountains of Iraq and Afghanistan, "We really haven't utilized [the ships] a lot. So if you look at our fleet, it's really old, especially as we transition to the Pacific."
Fahey said Training and Doctrine Command is analyzing alternatives to understand what kind of maritime platform it will need to ship equipment overseas. Fahey said it's his office's No. 2 priority after the Humvee replacement - the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program - and wants the analysis done by summer.
Kevin Fahey, head of ...
www.armytimes.com, 4 Oct 2013 [cached]
Kevin Fahey, head of Army PEO Combat Support & Combat Service Support, added that "our problems have had nothing to do with the program, and everything to do with the budget" in recent years, and that he needs a budget decision in the third quarter of fiscal 2014 in order to keep everything moving ahead as planned.
"Right now we're on the path where we're on track," he said.
National Defense Magazine
nationaldefense.ndia.org, 21 Aug 2000 [cached]
Kevin M. Fahey , the Army's deputy project manager for Crusader , said a common engine would provide operational and logistics benefits , such as fewer and interchangeable components , and common test and measurement devices.Efficiency also would result , he said , from dealing with only one chain of supporting subcontractors.
One of the main sources of speculation within industry circles is whether the Army will stay with a turbine engine for the tank or switch over to a diesel engine.Crusader already had an engine selected-a 1 , 500 horsepower CV-12 Caterpillar Perkins diesel , paired with an HMPT transmission made by General Dynamics Land Systems , in Sterling Heights.Mich. But now that the program is going back to the drawing board to be trimmed down , it is clear that the engine will have to change.
...
Speaking for the Crusader program office , Fahey denied that there is any bias for or against any type of engine.We do not have a preference , he asserted.We are looking for a common engine that reduces the Abrams O&S costs , satisfies the Crusader space and weight requirements and satisfies [ both vehicles' ] performance requirements..
The turbine entry in this competition will be the LV100 , which was developed originally for the Crusader by a joint venture of Honeywell and General Electric.
The LV100 is a 1 , 500 horsepower engine , 51 inches long , 35 inches high and 37 inches wide.It weighs 2 , 300 pounds.
> ,Military Robotics Evolution,' ...
robobus.ehpub.com [cached]
> ,Military Robotics Evolution,' Presented by Kevin Fahey, Program Executive Officer, Ground Combat Systems, Department of the Army
Kevin Fahey, the program ...
www.defensenews.com [cached]
Kevin Fahey, the program executive officer for Combat Support & Combat Service Support (CS&CSS) at TACOM, said his office is putting the finishing touches on yet another study, to be briefed to the Army's vice chief of staff in December, that will offer guidelines for sustaining the 20,000-strong MRAP fleet over the long haul.
CS&CSS is actually working on two MRAP-related studies, one concerning the size of the fleet moving forward and one "to make a decision on what's the future of MRAPs," Fahey said.
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