These Are The Two Companies Competing To Build The Next Arctic Combat Vehicle

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These Are The Two Companies Competing To Build The Army’s Next Arctic Combat Vehicle

The new vehicles will offer Army soldiers added mobility and other capabilities while operating in the increasingly strategic Arctic region. ST Engineer/BAE Systems The U.S. Army has chosen two teams, one made up of U.S. company Oshkosh Defense and Singaporean firm ST Engineering, and another involving two divisions of BAE Systems, to compete in the service’s Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle competition, or CATV.

US Army embarks on competitive prototyping journey for Arctic vehicle

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army is embarking on a competitive prototyping effort to acquire a new, all-terrain vehicle that can operate in the Arctic, with evaluations to take place in Alaska this year, according to Tim Goddette, the program executive officer of the service’s combat support and combat service support.


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