The next vehicles is the ultra-lightweight combat vehicle (ULCV). The ULCV is, in essence, a turbo jeep. It will carry a full nine person infantry squad along with their equipment, up to 3,200 pounds total. The vehicle itself will weigh no more than 4,500 pounds, making the fully loaded and crewed vehicle under 8,000 pounds. It has to fit inside a CH-47 Chinook cargo helicopter, so that the crew can drive right in or out, and the vehicle should drive for at least 250 miles at full weight, while also being able to survive a rollover. The Army also wants it to drive cross-country, primary road, secondary road, and urban rubble during both day and night missions. While the current solicitation for the ULCV doesn't specify it, a previous solicitation wanted the vehicle to " to incorporate a medium caliber weapon into squad operations." In essence, the ULCV should get a squad into the fight right off the helicopter, over unpaved ground, and with a big gun onboard to help them out.