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Three New Robotic Programs On U.S. Army Docket

National Defense reports that “the Army is teeing up three new ground robot programs of record as it moves beyond the systems that were rapidly fielded over the past 14 years of war, a service official said.”  

“Requests for proposals will be going out in 2016 for two small robots intended for mounted and dismounted troops and a squad mission support vehicle later In the decade, Scott Davis, program executive officer for combat support and combat service support, said at an Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International conference in Arlington, Virginia.”  

“The man-transportable robotic system mark II is envisioned for explosive ordnance disposal and other missions and can be transported in a tactical wheeled vehicle. The Army will release an RFP in the second quarter of 2016, he said.”

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