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A Rheinmetall subsidiary has secured $6.8 million in orders from the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps for infantry ammunition and special effects ordnance products. The company said Wednesday its Camden, Arkansas-based American Rheinmetall Munitions subsidiary will produce 40mm x 46 practice cartridges for Marines under a $3 million order. ARM will also provide MK 24 MOD 0 flash-bang […] More
Lockheed Martin and Rheinmetall have agreed to team up for a potential $4.9 billion contract to provide the German military with new heavy-lift helicopters designed to replace its current fleet of CH-53G aircraft, Reuters reported Monday. The partnership came nearly two months after Germany cleared a plan to begin the competition for the contract that seeks to buy […] More
Rheinmetall and Paravan GmbH will team up to develop autonomous driving technologies such as semi- and fully-automatic platforms that can support military and dual-use applications. Rheinmetall said Wednesday that the team also looks to create autonomous platforms that can help protect and rescue civilians during emergency situations. The partnership will also lay the groundwork for […] More
Rheinmetall has received a $6.5 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to produce four lots of ammunition for the service branch’s fleet of Lockheed Martin-built F-35 aircraft. The company said Monday it will begin to deliver Frangible Armor Piercing rounds to the Air Force in December 2017. Rheinmetall will manufacture the ammunition at a company facility in Switzerland and […] More
Day & Zimmermann and Rheinmetall have launched a joint venture in an effort to introduce fully integrated munitions manufacturing and design services to the U.S. market. The new Rheinmetall, Day & Zimmermann Munitions business will utilize RWM’s ammunition design and development knowledge and D&Z’s manufacturing experience, D&Z said Wednesday. Michael Yoh, president of D&Z’s munitions and […] More
The U.K. defense ministry has chosen separate teams led by BAE Systems and Rheinmetall Landsysteme as “preferred bidders” for the assessment phase of a program to modernize the British army’s main battle tanks, Defense News reported Wednesday. Andrew Chuter writes the U.K. defense ministry aims to finalize two contracts by the end of the year to launch a 24-month, […] More
Canada’s government, Rheinmetall and General Dynamics have signed a license agreement to supply Omnitrap decoy ammunition to that country’s navy. Rheinmetall said Thursday the deal has an “eight-figure euro amount” and 30-year period, during which Rheinmetall will provide Omnitrap core components and technical assistance for the assembly line at General Dynamics’ facility in Repentigny, Quebec. The agreement builds on General Dynamics and Rheinmetall’s decoy ammunition supply partnership […] More
Executive Mosaic is honored to induct Stephen duMont, president of GM Defense, into the 2023 edition of the Wash100 Award for leading company growth efforts through new business establishment and industry and defense collaborations. The award is the first time duMont was named among the Wash100 recipients, who are elite public and private sector individuals […] More
Northrop Grumman has secured a $63.9 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army to provide the military service branch with ammunition through Dec. 29, 2023. The company will receive fiscal 2020, 2021 and 2022 ammunition procurement funds from the Army to perform work in various locations across the U.S. and Germany, the Department of Defense […] More

South Korea-based armored troop carrier developer Hanwha and Oshkosh, a maker of military trucks, have partnered to pursue the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program that seeks to replace the service's M2 Bradley infantry vehicles, Breaking Defense reported Monday. The Oshkosh-Hanwha team joins the other four confirmed industry groups that have submitted bids for the Army’s OMFV program.


Industry teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics have submitted bids to the U.S. Army for a competitive program to replace the branch's Bradley infantry fighting vehicle platform. The two companies separately confirmed plans to join the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition nearly six months after Rheinmetall's U.S. subsidiary unveiled its own team that will pursue the OMFV program.

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