Posted by Min Cheol Gu on
South Korea’s Hanwha Defense has forged a team with U.S. military vehicle maker Oshkosh Corp. to compete in the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) competition, according to an April 19 company statement. According to a company news release, Hanwha Defense has signed an exclusive teaming agreement with Oshkosh Defense for the digital design […]The post Hanwha, Oshkosh team for U.S. Army’s future ground combat vehicle competition first appeared on Defence Blog.
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Global defense company BAE Systems has revealed the rendering of its proposal for the Army’s new infantry vehicle – the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle. The new vehicle, slated to ultimately replace the decades-old Bradley, will achieve operational combat status as soon as 2028 – and, according to Army documents, pave the way forward into a new […]The post First rendering of BAE Systems’ OMFV emerges in social media first appeared on Defence Blog.
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Last week, Textron Systems has announced that it is teaming with American Rheinmetall Vehicles, a subsidiary of Germany-based Rheinmetall Defence, to support the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) program. “We are excited to leverage our decades of experience in armored vehicle design, fielding and sustainment to provide low-risk, U.S.-based manufacturing capability to Team […]
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