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L3Harris & Rheinmetall Team to Pursue U.S. Army`s New Fighting Vehicle Program

Issue 106

L3Harris Technologies and German integrated technology group Rheinmetall's subsidiary American Rheinmetall Vehicles have signed a teaming agreement to jointly develop the U.S. Army's new Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV), which will replace the Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.

The agreement combines L3Harris' open system design and equipment manufacturing leadership with the maturity and modularity of American Rheinmetall Vehicles' Lynx next-generation fighting vehicle for a low-risk and easily upgradable OMFV offering.