Leonardo DRS to support SGF-FLIR programme
Leonardo DRS has received a $67 million contract to provide vehicle-based infrared sensors for surveillance and fire control systems on a variety of US Army ground combat vehicles, the company announced on 27 March.
The contract, awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, will see the company provide Horizontal Technology Integration Second Generation-Forward Looking Infrared (SG-FLIR) Block 1 A/B-kits, an infrared sensor that supports fire control and surveillance on a range of the army’s ground combat vehicles.
Work will be completed in early 2026.
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