Lynx No Longer Competitive on Optionally Manned Fighting Vehcile

Lynx 41 disqualified from Bradley replacement competition

WASHINGTON – The Army has disqualified Raytheon and Rheinmetall’s bid for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle prototype competition, Defense News has learned. The OMFV is meant to replace the service’s Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle. The Army’s plan was to choose a winner after two companies deliver 14 prototypes each for evaluation, with replacement of Bradleys happening in 2026.


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