UVision's Loitering Munition integrated to U.S Marines Combat Vehicles

The Israeli company was awarded a multi-year contract, to supply the Hero-120 OPF-M systems to the United States Marine Corps

UVision's Loitering Munition integrated to U.S Marines Combat Vehicles

Photo courtesy UVision

UVision's Hero-120 OPF-M (Organic Precision Fire-Mounted) aerial loitering munition systems are integrated on U.S. Marine Corps armored marine vehicles - both Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) and Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicles (ARV) - and other marine platform. This, according to a press release from the Israeli company ahead of the Modern Day Marine exhibition, currently held in Washington.

As reported in June 2021 on the IsraelDefense website (https://www.israeldefense.co.il/en/node/50425), UVision was awarded a multi-year contract, to supply the Hero-120 OPF-M systems to the United States Marine Corps (USMC), together with its multi-canister launcher, tailored to the specific requirements of the USMC and integrated onto armored vehicles and maritime platforms.

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