Oshkosh and BAE vie to build US Army’s next cold-weather vehicle

Both companies are set to provide two prototype vehicles each that will undergo testing and soldier evaluation in the third quarter of 2021.

Once the army selects a vehicle, Defense News reports that the vehicle will move directly into production. A decision on which vehicle the army chooses is expected in 2022.

The army has a choice of either a vehicle derived from the Bronco 3, offered by a consortium of Oshkosh and ST Engineering, or Beowulf built by BAE Systems Hagglunds and based on the BvS10 used by the UK’s Royal Marines. The British Armed Forces also operate a

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