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Saab receives order for ULCANS
Saab has received a $66 million order to deliver its Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net Systems (ULCANS) to the US Army, the company announced on 20 November.
The new order includes both woodland and desert camouflage systems. ULCANS is a multispectral, lightweight and easy-to-handle signature management concealment system, designed to ehance force survivability by providing protection against visual, near-infrared, thermal infrared and broad-band radar threats.
Erik Smith, president and CEO of Saab Defense and Security USA, said: ‘Saab's camouflage systems provide the US Army with a state of the art signature management capability for its land forces including exceptional levels of multispectral protection against any possible sensor threat available today.’
Deliveries are expected to take place in 2019-2020.
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