The US Army awarded Teledyne FLIR a $15 Million contract for advanced thermal weapon sights, as posted in a bulletin last Monday (March 11th).

Equipping Soldiers for Low-Light Operations

In a move aimed at beefing up combat capabilities, the US Army has recently handed Teledyne FLIR, a well-known Oregon-based manufacturer, a hefty contract worth $15 million.

The contract aims to snag an undisclosed number of clip-on thermal weapon sights, vital gear meant to amp up soldiers’ effectiveness in low-light situations.

This contract highlights the military’s ongoing dedication to outfitting troops with top-notch tech to keep them ahead of the game on the battlefield.