Army Pursuing Communication Network For Bradley Replacement

The Army awarded a technology services company a $5.4 million contract to provide assured communications for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle replacement.

Dubbed the optionally manned fighting vehicle, or OMFV, the system is part of the service's next-generation combat vehicle effort headed by a cross-functional team in Army Futures Command. The portfolio also includes robotic vehicles that will work alongside manned counterparts and is one of the service's top six modernization priorities.

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