6 septembre 2022 | International, Terrestre

Rheinmetall, Anduril join forces on optionally manned fighting vehicle

Anduril Technologies is joining the American Rheinmetall Vehicles-led team to competitively design a new vehicle for the U.S. Army.

https://www.c4isrnet.com/land/2022/09/06/rheinmetall-anduril-join-forces-on-optionally-manned-fighting-vehicle/

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