Ultralife to provide military batteries and battery chargers for U.S. Army Land Warrior infantry technology program

NEWARK, N.Y., 3 June 2010. Ultralife Corp. in Newark, N.Y., will provide the U.S. Army Land Warrior program with lithium ion rechargeable batteries as well as vehicle, bulk, and individual soldier-based military battery chargers under terms of a $2.5 million contract.

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NEWARK, N.Y., 3 June 2010. Ultralife Corp. in Newark, N.Y., will provide the U.S. Army Land Warrior program with lithium ion rechargeable batteries as well as vehicle, bulk, and individual soldier-based military battery chargers under terms of a $2.5 million contract.

Land Warrior was originally developed as a man-portable power system to support an integrated, modular fighting system that uses technology to enhance individual soldier’s close combat tactical awareness, lethality, and survivability.

Ultralife also won a potential $26.9 million five-year contract from the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency for three kinds of military batteries for military night vision goggles, SINCGARS radios, and thermal weapon sights. For more information contact Ultralife Corp. online at www.ultralifecorp.com.

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