27 janvier 2024 | International, Terrestre

RTXs Raytheon business awarded $154 million to deliver Commanders Independent Viewer units to the U.S. Army

CIV is an electro-optical/infrared sight system utilizing second-generation forward-looking infrared (FLIR) cameras and sensors.

https://www.epicos.com/article/787545/rtxs-raytheon-business-awarded-154-million-deliver-commanders-independent-viewer

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