06 April 2021
by Ashley Roque
The US Army has selected two teams to build tracked vehicle prototypes that it will test out in harsh Artic conditions with the goal of awarding one winner with a production contract in 2022.
Both BAE Systems and an Oshkosh Defense and ST Engineering team have been selected to each build two cold weather all-terrain vehicle (CATV) prototypes, according to industry sources and the army.
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