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Allison Transmission has secured a one-year, $83.3 million contract to deliver upgraded and new X1100 transmissions for Abrams main battle tanks. Deliveries will run through December and cover enhancing the armored vehicles used by the U.S. Army and foreign military sales clients in Asia Pacific and Eastern Europe, the company said Thursday.

Allison Transmission is working on an electrification technology that will be integrated into the ground combat vehicle fleet of the U.S. Army. Under the Next Generation Electrified Transmission program, the Indianapolis-based company will advance the development, design and validation of a generator and inverter system for a tracked vehicle transmission platform, Allison said Tuesday. Dana Pittard, […] More

The U.S. Army's Tank-automotive and Armaments Command has partnered with Allison Transmission to equip  M113 armored personnel carriers with an updated propulsion technology. Allison said Thursday it will provide the X200-4A cross-drive transmission system that features a hydraulic torque converter along with a technology package designed to support propulsion, brakes and steering.

Allison Transmission has secured a $51 million contract to equip the Abrams main battle tank used by the U.S. Army and international military customers with transmission technology. The company said Wednesday it will deliver X1100-3B1 transmission and technical support to the service branch and foreign military sales clients beginning in January 2023. Deliveries and technical […] More
Anduril Industries and industry partners will support American Rheinmetall Vehicles in the next phases of a competition to design and manufacture a next-generation combat vehicle for the U.S. Army.  The team will advance its digitally engineered and open-architecture design concept for the XM30 Mechanized Infantry Combat Vehicle, formerly known as the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, […] More
American Rheinmetall Vehicles has added Anduril Industries to a team of defense contractors it is leading to propose a next generation infantry fighting vehicle under a U.S. Army program. The Rheinmetall business said Tuesday Anduril will provide customized command and control software for Lynx, an IFV platform the industry team is working on to offer […] 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.

The U.S. Army has selected Leonardo DRS to demonstrate an electrical energy system designed to help the service branch meet vehicle power requirements. The company said Tuesday it will test the On-Board Vehicle Power system on the Army’s Terminal High Altitude Area Defense vehicles designed for launcher vehicles and missile battery command and control. Leonardo […] More
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