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Citaat van: Umbert op 23/08/2022 | 09:22 uurDuitsland heeft die dingen toch ook?
Citaat..... the BvS10 armored variant used by five European countries: Sweden, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France and Austria.
Citaat van: Harald op 23/08/2022 | 09:01 uurBAE Systems wins US Army deal for Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle (goed nieuws !, maar waarom de ongepantserde versie ?)The U.S. Army has selected BAE Systems to produce its new Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle, picking the contractor over an Oshkosh Defense-ST Engineering team.The service awarded BAE's U.S. unit and its Swedish business a $278 million contract that includes production units, spare parts and contractor logistics support, according to an Aug. 22 company statement.To replace its aging Small Unit Support Vehicle, known as SUSV, the Army evaluated both offerings in Alaska's Cold Regions Test Center from August to December 2021.The SUSV — also built by BAE Systems — is based on 1960s and 1970s technology and was last procured in the early 1980s. The Army plans to buy 163 Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicles.BAE submitted to the competition Beowulf, an unarmored, tracked vehicle that can carry people and payloads in either of its two compartments."Beowulf can traverse snow, ice, rock, sand, mud, and swamp conditions, and can operate in steep mountain environments," the company statement says. "Its amphibious feature also allows it to swim in flooded areas or coastal waters."The Army is the first customer for Beowulf, which is based on the BvS10 armored variant used by five European countries: Sweden, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France and Austria..../...
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