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With the government's request for proposal fast approaching, it looks as though it's going to be a very competitive military off-the-shelf procurement process.
Sandy Wilson, president and managing director of General Dynamics UK, said: "The programme is British to its bootstraps, delivering a military off-the-shelf vehicle with British design by British engineers to the Br i t i sh Army whi le safeguarding or creating 10,600 jobs for British workers.
Scout statistics The new Scout reconnaissance vehicle Modern, tracked, medium-weight tank with a 30-year lifespan 600kW MTU 8V diesel engine Dual-rate suspension A payload carrying capability of 42 tonnes A bigger turret armed with a 40mm cased telescoped cannon Advanced electronics developed and produced at Newbridge The latest armour and modified military off-the-shelf chassis CAPTION(S): BETTER OPTION: The light tanks offer better protection 'TREMENDOUS EFFORT': L/cpl Marc Andrew, 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh, alongside British Army vehicles that General Dynamics supply components for PICTURE: Peter Bolter [umlaut]
Our goal is to make the design engineer's life easier and more productive, with the highest quality products from design and manufacturing services, and reduce time to market of a Military Off-The-Shelf (MOTS) embedded computing product to meet your needs, exceeding your expectations and achieving your goals.
We're confident that it's the only military off-the-shelf solution and the right aircraft for the JCA.
It is the only military off-the-shelf solution designed to meet the Joint Force commander's need to deliver equipment and troops where they are needed when they are needed.
Pulse's military off-the-shelf (MOTS) catalog power components meet modern military and aerospace mechanical and electrical design requirements.
Vishay Siliconix military off-the-shelf (MOTS) devices conform to JM38510 (JM38510/XXXXX), JAN, JANTX, JANTXV and comply with Standard Military Drawings (SMD).