Battelle to build armored SUVs with Special Forces vetronics

Unconventional warfare experts are developing armored sport utility vehicles (SUVs) with military-grade vetronics, communications, night vision, ballistic protection, mobility, and tires designed to survive small-arms fire.

Aug 5th, 2016

Unconventional warfare experts are developing armored sport utility vehicles (SUVs) with military-grade vetronics, communications, night vision, ballistic protection, mobility, and tires designed to survive small-arms fire. Military vehicles experts at U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., are looking to Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio, for the five-year, potential $170 million Non-Standard Commercial Vehicles program.

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