Rheinmetall’s U.S. defense arm has launched operations at a new Michigan-based facility dedicated to a ground-modernization program with the U.S. Army. The new office of American Rheinmetall Vehicles in Sterling Heights, Michigan, will enable expanded operations in support of the Army's Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program.More
L3Harris Technologies and Rheinmetall’s U.S. defense arm have agreed to pursue the U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program that seeks to replace the service's Bradley infantry vehicles. L3Harris will provide cybersecurity and vehicle mission systems and share its modular open systems approach to support the development of American Rheinmetall Vehicles’ Lynx platform for the OMFV program.More
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