U.S. Army Awards Contracts To Build Robotic Combat Vehicles

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Defence Blog: U.S. Army to award contracts to QinetiQ-NA and Textron for robotic combat vehicles

The U.S. Army has announced on Friday that QinetiQ North America and Textron will receive contacts to build Robotic Combat Vehicles.

The U.S. Army CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center and the U.S. Army Next Generation Combat Vehicles Cross Functional Team intends to award an Other Transaction Agreement to QinetiQ North America to build four Light and Textron to build four Medium Robotic Combat Vehicles.

The Army’s selections for both the RCV Light and RCV Medium agreements were announced in coordination with its partner, the National Advanced Mobility Consortium today. Pending successful negotiations, the Army intends to award the final OTA for both variants by mid-February.


Update: Army Selects QinetiQ & Textron To Build Robot Tank With Chain Gun (Zero Hedge).

WNU Editor: Here is an easy prediction. this is the first of many contracts for robotic combat vehicles.

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