@ The fire-and-forget version of the TOW-2A for light forces, which will continue to use the existing missile until the new Common Missile is available.
@ Upgrading all M113A2s to M113A3s.
@ The Battlefield Combat Identification System (intended to eliminate friendly fire incidents).
@ The Hydra-70 rocket.
@ The XM1007 Tank Extended Range Munition.
@ The Bradley Fire Support vehicle. Artillery forward observers will now use the M707 Striker and a variant of the LAV-3.
@ The M9 Armored Combat Earthmover.
@ The Armored Security Vehicle for use by Military Police.
@ The Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures program to provide advanced protection to helicopters against heat-seeking missiles.
@ Upgrades to the Airborne Reconnaissance Low aircraft, which was to be replaced by the Aerial Common Sensor in 2009 anyway.
@ The Remote Area-Denial Artillery Munition (regarded as ineffective) and the Anti-Personnel Landmine Alternatives program (designed to find ways to do without the land mines and comply with the Ottawa Treaty).
@ The Rapid Acquisition Program for Transformation.
@ The UC-35 Business Jet.--Stephen V Cole
To raise money to deploy the Objective Force (the high tech new troops), the Army has terminated 17 programs. These include: