QUINT CV-90! YOU MIGHT SEE AN AN UTONOMO USWEAPON

The Infantry Fighting Vehicle from BAE - new only in the sense that it’s replacing Cold War inventory - is a more modest machine, meant for sub-tank roles like anti-tank, air defense, and troop transport. It is, like the Bradley and other IFVs that preceded it, a sort of multipurpose tool in an armored body. Among the countries looking to replace old machines with the still-in-production CV90 is the Czech Republic. And to make sure it sticks, BAE announced this week that they’re going to use Czech company Meopta to build a SAAB-designed Universal Tank and Anti-Aircraft Fire Control System, or UTAAS. That’s a whole lot of acronyms, so here’s the gist: it’s a tool that lets the CV90 do the thing tanks and tank-like vehicles are supposed to do best, move and shoot at other moving and shooting things.

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