Anti-structure weapons and training grenades are on the shopping list of Malaysian army special forces.
USSOCOM seeks biometric capability expansion
United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is seeking industry support to expand its mass biometric enrollment capabilities. Command interest in the expanded capabilities was expressed in a 16 April request for information (RfI).
According to the announcement, USSOCOM is seeking “to gain knowledge of potential qualified sources and to explore industry capabilities”.
This is on behalf of the Command’s Special Operations Force Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, Program Executive Office - Special Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Exploitation, Program Manager - Sensitive Site Exploitation (PM-SSE).
PM-SSE seeks “to identify potential commercial off-the-shelf technologies for participation in the evaluation of mass biometrics enrollment …
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