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Rheinmetall rolls out new variant of the Fuchs armored vehicle

German defense vehicle specialist Rheinmetall has developed a new version of the Fuchs/Fox wheeled armored transport vehicle. The...

Rheinmetall teams with Navistar in bid to win Canadian logistics vehicle...

Rheinmetall Canada and Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) have joined forces with Navistar Defence Canada in pursuit of Canada’s Logistics Vehicle Modernization...

Germany contracts Rheinmetall for Fox armored NBC vehicle upgrade

The German armed forces have awarded Rheinmetall a contract for the modernization of the Fuchs/Fox armored NBC reconnaissance vehicles.

Germany orders sensor zeppelin for base protection

The German Armed Forces have ordered a tethered balloon-based area reconnaissance system for the specific purpose of protecting a forward operating base...

Germany’s Rheinmetall lands €250M Fox 2 vehicle materials order

German military vehicle specialist Rheinmetall announced it has been awarded a follow-up order from an undisclosed customer for the supply of material...

US Army picks five competitors for its Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle...

The US Army has selected five competitors that will proceed to the second stage of the concept design phase of its Optionally...

Rheinmetall presents new increment of “future soldier” concept for German Army

Future Soldier – Expanded System, or IdZ-ES, enables dismounted infantrymen to benefit from an integrated system of systems for operations.

Germany modernizing Puma IFVs to new standard under €1.04B contract

Germany is upgrading its 350 Puma vehicles to the S1 enhanced design status, in preparation for the NATO High Readiness Joint Task Force VJTF 2023.

German Army takes delivery of final Boxer armored vehicle

Germany now has 405 Boxer vehicles, 72 units in the ambulance variant, 65 command vehicles and 256 infantry group vehicles.

Australian Army receives first batch of Boxer CRVs

The delivery of the first 25 Boxer 8x8 CRVs was announced by the Australian defense minister during a visit to Rheinmetall’s facility in Redbank Queensland.
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