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AUSA 10: CaMEL packs a punch

25th October 2010 - 17:26 GMT | by Darren Lake in Washington, DC


Northrop Grumman Space and Mission Systems is displaying an armed version of its Carry-all Mechanized Equipment Landrover (CaMEL) at the AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. For the show the company has integrated the basic CaMEL chassis with the Common Remote Weapon Station.

The UGV is a company developed load-carrying system that weights only 800lbs and can travel between three to seven miles an hour. The system can carry a payload up to 1200lbs. The basic chassis can be configured for a number of missions including remote weapons platform, communications and logistics.

Jon Anderson, with the advanced systems business, told Unmanned

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Darren Lake


Darren Lake

Darren has more than two decades of experience in aerospace and defence journalism. After completing …

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