Army Seeks Sources For Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle

December 2010
Defense Daily;12/6/2010, Vol. 248 Issue 43, p6
Market Research Report
The article offers information on U.S. Army's survey to identify sources for Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV). As stated, the Army is conducting a market survey to seek potential sources to make and deliver the XM1216 SUGV. The survey was posted at www.fbo.gov on December 2, 2010 by TACOM Contracting Center, on behalf of the Program Executive Office for Integration (PEOI).


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